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Compute Upgrading for Performance

There are a few workstation upgrades that might deliver enough performance to justify skipping a generation of new systems.

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Highlights from the NAFEMS World Congress 2013

The biennial gathering dedicated to engineering simulation introduced the Professional Simulation Engineer designation and incorporated the first International Conference on Simulation Process and Data Management.

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Fast App: Speed Thrills

Dana's engineers team up to accelerate product design with simulation lifecycle management.

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The March of the Robots

With the slow, heavy steps reminiscent of their earliest sci-fi counterparts, humanoid robotic progress marches on. Sure, we already have ...

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The Future of Computing

By Antoine Reymond Agrand title, but with the mass adoption of consumers using some sort of mobile computing device — ...

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Robots to the Rescue

The Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster and other recent events have led the U.S. Department of Defense to issue a challenge intended to foster innovation around humanoid disaster-response robots.

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Conduct Fatigue Analysis using FEA

Calculating structure fatigue and stresses through finite element analysis can help predict weak spots and other potential problems -- before manufacture.

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