Content tagged with Design Hardware & Software posted in August 2011
SGI Dives Into Open-Source CFD Software
CAD/CAM Corner 8/30/2011
Along with trying to broaden the reach of CFD, SGI's acquisition of the open-source CFD software provider OpenCFD is just another part of the plan to reinvent itself with integrated technical computing solutions.
3D-Printed Plane Takes Flight
CAD/CAM Corner 8/29/2011
SULSA, an unmanned air vehicle project initiated by the engineering department in Southampton University, is the first aircraft in flight built with select laser sintering (SLS) technology.
SpaceClaim Stakes Manufacturing Claim
CAD/CAM Corner 8/26/2011
The latest SpaceClaim Engineer 2011+ release takes aim at bread-and-butter manufacturing applications, including NC machining, jig and fixture design, and sheet metal and mold manufacturing.
Autodesk Fuels Early Analysis With Simulation Offerings
CAD/CAM Corner 8/24/2011
Autodesk continues to push accessible simulation capabilities earlier into the design process with a pair of new offerings: a plastic modeling tool that integrates with Pro/ENGINEER and a labs project that tackles interactive wind tunnel testing.
Autodesk Launches AutoCAD Products for Mac
CAD/CAM Corner 8/22/2011
Citing overwhelming user demand, Autodesk launched a trio of AutoCAD products built specifically for Mac OS X Lion, including AutoCAD 2012 for the Mac, AutoCAD LT for the Mac, and AutoCAD WS for the Mac.
ASU Gets Hands-On With Engineering Curriculum
CAD/CAM Corner 8/19/2011
To provide students with a practical approach to aerospace engineering education, Arizona State University has modified its curriculum with a hands-on approach to learning, including employing The MathWorks tools for real-world problem solving.
My Robot Nation Advances 3D Printing
CAD/CAM Corner 8/18/2011
To address the content creation bottleneck surrounding the democratization of 3D printing, Z Corp has teamed up with Kodama Studios and Offload Studios on a new browser-based service that makes it easy to create and produce 3D printed designs.
Autodesk Debuts CFD Simulation Tool
CAD/CAM Corner 8/9/2011
Fresh off the March acquisition of Blue Ridge Numerics, Autodesk Simulation CFD debuts with tighter integration and more consistency than with the rest of the Autodesk simulation portfolio.
PTC's Direct Modeling Strategy
CAD/CAM Corner 8/4/2011
PTC's Justin Teague explains the CAD maker's direct modeling strategy and spotlights how the Creo Elements/Direct 18.0 upgrade delivers a path for CoCreate users to migrate to the Creo Direct modeling paradigm over time.
The National Aeronautics and Space Administration’s recently announced plan to put an electric airplane in the air by 2018 is forward-looking, but hardly unique.
Engineers can channel the eye of the tiger and rise to the challenge, with a number of prize or award-giving contests out there to test your metal and intellectual prowess.
Engineers at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory have achieved the ability to scale nanotechnology for the development of super-strong, lightweight metal materials.
Harvard researchers have identified a new class of high-performing organic molecules in the development of redox flow batteries for alternative-energy storage.
Researchers in the United Kingdom have found a sustainable way to derive hydrogen from grass to develop biofuel.
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