Rosetta has ended its pioneering mission to explore a comet. On September 30, the orbiter made a planned crash-landing into the surface of 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko, concluding its 12-year voyage.
Agilent provided five gas chromatography columns for the Philae lander deployed by …read moreContinue reading →
The physics of materials is endlessly fascinating, especially when engineers and designers have to incorporate structural, geometrical and budgetary restraints into their collaborative creations. The real-time behavior of flexible and rigid plastic parts concerns manufacturers, engineers and product design teams around the world.
Virtual reality (VR) should be viewed with extreme …read more
There’s no easy fix when it comes to a shattered bone, at least for now. Together, researchers from the United States and the Netherlands say they have created artificial bone that can be manufactured on demand with a 3D printer. Containing a mineral that exists in our bones and teeth, …read moreContinue reading →
Analyzing Click2Cast 4.0 results. (Image courtesy of Altair solidThinking.)
Altair’s solidThinking has just released Click2Cast 4.0. The software democratizes computational fluid dynamics (CFD) to assess the feasibility of casting a part.
Therefore, the software can be used by both seasoned simulation users and product designers to optimize the casting of a part …read more