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Engineering Hacks and Spreadsheets

Fig. 1: Excel spreadsheet example.

Almost all of the FEA work I do today is supported in some way by calculations or data manipulation within Excel spreadsheets.

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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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How to 3D Print High-Strength Workholdings

Markforged's cloud-based 3D print software provides granular control of where to lay reinforcing fibers in a continuous stream in a part under development. Shown here are two fill options. Isotropic fill on the left lays down a sheet of fiber in the part. Internal hole concentric fill on the right encircles internal part cavities. Image courtesy of Markforged Inc.

Tough, stiff and precise 3D printed parts made of composite materials can handle the beating workholdings and fixturings get during machining applications.

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AURO Offers New Platform

AURO Cloud Computing, a Canadian enterprise public cloud, has released a newly improved platform.

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Altair Debuts Inspire 2018 Software

Structural simulation of mixed solid and lattice optimization results. Image courtesy of Altair.

Inspire 2018 from Altair is available through its solidThinking channel partner network and directly to its HyperWorks user community.

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Why Cloud Technology is Driving the New Automotive Era

Cloud-enabled platforms are transforming how business is done, eliciting greater collaboration and integration within companies—and more interactive experiences with consumers.

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