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Speeding Up Simulation

Discovery Live bracket iterations with simulations -- Users of Discovery Live can test more design iterations in a shorter amount of time, and test ideas they would not otherwise have considered. Image courtesy of ANSYS.

Simulation software providers are embracing the potential of GPUs to provide faster results and visualization.

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Challenge Launches STEM Skills Into Space

A UCLA student with a liquid fuel rocket. Image courtesy of Base 11.

The STEM skills challenge will feature annual competitions where students reach milestone achievements during the development of liquid-fuel rockets, including design, static testing and smaller popup innovation challenges.

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Base 11 Challenge Launches STEM Skills Into Space

A UCLA student with a liquid fuel rocket. Image courtesy of Base 11.

The Base 11 Space Challenge is a $1 million prize for a student-led university team to design, build and launch a liquid-propelled, single-stage rocket to an altitude of 100 km (the Karman Line) by December 30, 2021.

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Winds of Change Hit Aerodynamics Testing

SimScale leverages the cloud to democratize CFD analysis, as with this example of an F1 race car. Image courtesy of SimScale.

Despite more expansive use of computational fluid dynamics, carmakers are getting the best aerodynamics results by tuning engineering workflows to integrate both simulation and wind tunnel testing.

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