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Melting a metal without it touching the crucible walls, is like melting butter without it touching the bowl!…

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System Simulation: Don Miller Award Winners for Excellence in Thermo-Fluid Design

The winners of the Don Miller Award for Excellence in System Level Thermo-Fluid Design have been announced…

Can this little turbo-expander help save the planet?

A small British start-up uses cutting-edge engineering in air cycle refrigeration to improve engine efficiency…

Engineer Innovation #5 is Out Now!

The latest edition of the Engineering Innovation is now available as a digital download. The latest edition is packed with record breaking applications from a wide range of industries….

Excellence in electric vehicle NVH at Karma Automotive

What should an electric sports car engine sound like? There is currently no clear answer to this question, as there is very little history of electric vehicles to draw from. Engine noise is also brand-specific, so even existing electric vehicles will sound different depending on which company produced them. …

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From heavy equipment component design to system integration with Simcenter Amesim

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ABEC engineers configure a custom bioreactor.

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Learn how simulation has already played a crucial role in the the ongoing struggle against COVID-19….


HORIBA MIRA: A fast driver towards improved electric car sound development

Transfer path analysis is an essential testing technique to advance electric car sound. Get inspired by HORIBA MIRA and learn more about this technique….