While motor manufactures give their sizing software away, users can only access the particular vendor's products. This company instead sells motor sizing software that returns motor recommendations from a bank of multiple manufacturers. Engineers wishing to evaluate the software can use a
trial version which includes everything but the manufacturers' data. Motion control engineers using VisualSizer input their system characteristics to the software and define a duty cycle, then let the program churn out appropriate motor/drive combinations from as many as 3,600 possible options. To download a trial version, go tohttp://rbi.ims.ca/4911-515.
A few weeks ago, Ford Motor Co. quietly announced that it was rolling out a new wrinkle to the powerful safety feature called stability control, adding even more lifesaving potential to a technology that has already been very successful.
It won't be too much longer and hardware design, as we used to know it, will be remembered alongside the slide rule and the Karnaugh map. You will need to move beyond those familiar bits and bytes into the new world of software centric design.
People who want to take advantage of solar energy in their homes no longer need to install a bolt-on solar-panel system atop their houses -- they can integrate solar-energy-harvesting shingles directing into an existing or new roof instead.
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