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Boosting Engineering Productivity with the Multiphysics Approach to Simulation
9/6/2013

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Figure 1: Multiphysics simulation of a cylindrical Li-ion battery. The model couples conjugate heat transfer generated in solids and fluids by the electrochemical processes in the electrodes and electrolyte. Material properties are temperature-dependent. Results show temperature distribution in the battery and surrounding velocity streamlines. This model was created in COMSOL Multiphysics.
Figure 1: Multiphysics simulation of a cylindrical Li-ion battery. The model couples conjugate heat transfer generated in solids and fluids by the electrochemical processes in the electrodes and electrolyte. Material properties are temperature-dependent. Results show temperature distribution in the battery and surrounding velocity streamlines. This model was created in COMSOL Multiphysics.

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Charles Murray
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Re: Simulating the Mars rover
Charles Murray   9/11/2013 10:02:53 PM
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When I was at NASA Ames recently, it was amazing to see how extensive their simualtion capabilitioes are, Rob. NASA's Future Flight Central has an exetnsive terrain map of Mars in a 20-foot-diameter, 360-degree setup.  

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Simulating the Mars rover
Rob Spiegel   9/11/2013 9:38:47 AM
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Simulation is shortening the design process, from spacecraft to hybrid design. At a recent Siemens PLM conference, I watched a presentation on how simulation was key to the successful Mars rover landing. Likewise, there were presentation on how simulation has helped in the development of hybrids and the testing of composites.

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