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Webinar: The “Cool” Factor – Optimization of Thermal Performance, May 15, 2018

As IoT and other devices are being squeezed into tiny form factors, electronic designs are getting ever more complicated. Join us in this LIVE webinar May 15 at 2 p.m. as we discuss ways to optimize thermal performance by tweaking the following: air flow, component placement, heat sink performance and fan placement. Come see how you can optimize the thermal performance of your electronic designs, helping you get to market faster with better product.

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Webinar: Designing for the Era of 3D Printing, April 19, 2018

In this live roundtable on April 19, panelists discuss: software developed specifically for AM, the CAD and FEA community's efforts to support 3D printing, and the need to revise old design methods to keep up with additive manufacturing.

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Webinar: Accelerate Your Multiphysics Simulations and Apps in the Cloud, April 26, 2018

Advancement in multiphysics simulation and apps allows engineers to solve more complex engineering problems. Distributing the simulation work across multiple computers provides both a means to solve extremely large problems and to solve multiple model configurations simultaneously. In this April 26 webinar, we will discuss how simulation engineers overcome the constraints of traditional engineering resources and processes by deploying multiphysics simulations and apps in the cloud.

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Webinar: HP’s Multi Jet Fusion, Reinventing 3D Printing, Oct. 25, 2017

Though a household name in computing systems and printers, HP is a relative newcomer to the 3D printing segment. What can its Multi Jet Fusion (MJF) technology do that others can't? It brings disruptive technology, according to HP's David Tucker, himself a product designer. In this Oct. 25 presentation, Tucker discusses the type of projects where MJF offers superior results; ways to prep the CAD model to take advantage of MJF; and methods to optimize print layer and density.

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Webinar: How Realistic is Your Simulation? Bridging the Gap Between Simulation and Test, Nov. 9, 2017

The use of simulations to displace physical tests has become essential in accelerating product development and reducing costs.  However, simulation results may be substantially different from what is observed in reality.  This could lead to premature product failure, costly warranty payments and a redesign campaign. In this Nov. 9 webcast, Dr. Mark Andrews, UQ Technology Steward, SmartUQ, discusses why simulation results might not always be reliable, ways to calibrate simulation using test results and how to spot simulation anomalies and inaccurate results.

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Live Panel Discussion: Defining Digital Twins, Nov. 16, 2017

In this online roundtable discussion, DE’s Senior Editor Kenneth Wong will interview industry experts to share their thoughts on the promise of digital twins, the current state of the art, and the challenges being faced during early implementations.

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Webinar: Bring Your Product to Market Faster with Real-Time Rendering

Instantaneous real-time, ray-traced rendering can dramatically cut down your product development cycle. In this webinar, panelists explore the benefits of using dedicated rendering hardware to go beyond what's possible with a workstation, to reduce physical prototyping costs.

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Live Panel Discussion: Design to Drive Autonomous Vehicles, Sept. 21, 2017

In this LIVE roundtable, DE’s Kenneth Wong moderates a panel of experts to discuss the state of self-driving vehicles today; the significant engineering challenges involved in creating a fully autonomous vehicle; the technologies available to help design, simulate and test self-driving vehicles, which will need to log hundreds of millions of simulated miles; and the system-level design and simulation needed to combine mechanical, electrical and software subsystems.

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Live Panel Discussion: Design for Industrial 3D Printing, July 20, 2017

Pioneering automotive and aerospace firms are using additive manufacturing to build lightweight shapes with lattice structures, to consolidate multi-part assemblies into a single 3D-printed component, and to incorporate composite materials. In this LIVE roundtable, DE’s Kenneth Wong moderates a panel of experts to discuss the challenges of applying 3D printing to large-scale parts and structures; modeling tools for sculpting 3D-printable shapes; and methods for simulating the 3D printing process.

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Webinar: Seeing the Invisible: Keeping Electronics Cool with CFD Before Manufacture, May 24, 2017

In this live webcast, Simulation Specialist for the CFD services division of IMAGINiT, Rob Taylor, will reveal some of the secrets he has learned while using CFD at various stages in the design process to minimize prototyping and improve product performance and reliability.

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Live Panel Discussion: Breathing Life into Digital Twins: March 14, 2017

Time-stamped temperatures collected in the field, user heart rates accumulated in health monitoring devices, acceleration data captured by smart vehicles--there's a wealth of wisdom in sensor-captured data, but working with it requires special knowledge and tools. In this LIVE roundtable, DE's Kenneth Wong moderates a panel of experts to discuss: Determining the right data, frequency, and amount to collect to prevent information overload; linking sensor data to CAD models to create digital twins; and conducting system simulation with sensor data.

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Live Panel Discussion: Optimal Design Technology Outlook: Jan. 31, 2017

In the past, engineers relied on their industry knowledge, experience, and aesthetic sensibilities to decide the shape of a product. Today, they have the option to turn to generative design, topology optimization, and other technologies to solicit input from AI-like algorithms. But not enough of them may be taking advantage of the new tools, or even know about them. Our expert panelists will discuss how design optimization works whether the software-proposed answers can be trusted and whether automated design will replace design engineers.

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