Digital Engineering, May 2019
Inside this issue...
The May 2019 issue focuses on how design engineering technologies are enabling autonomous vehicles by land, air and sea. We also look at digital twins, bringing data from the edge back to design provide a walk-through of crack analysis in ANSYS and more.
Digital Engineering October 2017
F1 teams seek aerodynamic advantages with CFD simulations; NVH Engineers Take on New Challenges in Electric Vehicles; Lenovo ThinkStation P910 Signature Edition.
Digital Engineering, September 2017
Vehicle-to-vehicle technology; design thinking; topology optimization; multiphysics; 3D printing tools & jigs; mobile engineering workflows; mobile workstation review and more.
Digital Engineering, August 2017
Modeling for augmented reality; machine learning; cordless 3D scanning; entry-level GPUs; knowledge capture and retention in FEA; part reuse; mathematics software for big data and more.
Digital Engineering, July 2017
3D printing and joining a car chassis; workstation review; putting desktop virtualization to the test; machine learning; the industrial internet of things; PLM sustainability; tracking materials for system simulation; custom...
Digital Engineering, June 2017
Flying on Water: the engineering behind the America's Cup race; AutoCAD review; topology optimiation; electronic 3D printing; HP workstation review; and a focus on the IoT.
Digital Engineering, May 2017
3D printing pre-processing; simulating stress concentrations; augmented reality; simulation for small- and medium-sized businesses; IoT links mechanical and electrical engineers; Ulimaker 3D printer review; industrial additive manufacturing and more.
Digital Engineering, April 2017
HPC for simulation; simulation apps; education and certification; Onshape overview; IoT Security; supercomputing graphics; AutoCAD for Mac review; CorelCAD 2017 review and more.
Digital Engineering, March 2017
Wearables get hot; preparing engineering students for work; understanding load paths; Lenovo workstation reviews; large-format printing; energy-efficient sensors; enigneering collaboration and more.
Digital Engineering, February 2017
Desiging for human-machine interaction; injection molding simulation software; VR-ready workstation review; cloud storage; the software user experience; soft robotics; 3D printing custom golf clubs; PLM strategies and more.
Digital Engineering, January 2017
Optimize additive manufacturing; biomimicry; material testing for elastomer durability; monitors for engineering; system-level lightweighting; simulation of additive manufacturing and more.
Digital Engineering, December 2016
Design Optimization: Past, Present and Future; Topology Optimization; Mass Production at Millimeter Scale; Sensors Transform
Digital Engineering, November 2016
Crash Simulations: More Data, Fewer Dummies; Cluster Computing; HPC Workflow Tips; We review the Dell Precision 3620 and Xi PowerGo XT mobile workstation.
Digital Engineering, October 2016
Spike Aerospace wants to bring supersonic travel back; Review of Eurocom Sky DLX7’s desktop CPU; Math Tools for the IoT and Geometry-based search functions.
Digital Engineering, September 2016
Real-time sensor data adds a new facet to interoperability; Bridging the Design-Manufacturing Divide; elctromagnetic simulation; Keeping the Connected Soldier Connected.
Digital Engineering, August 2016
Industry-specific requirements and workflows reshape general purpose software; Ysing 3D printing and sensors technologies; AI, sensors and data analytics -- the unsung heroes of the IoT.
Digital Engineering, July 2016
Initiatives are reshaping Lockheed Martin; Going Green; Microsoft Flexes Its Agile Muscles
Digital Engineering, June 2016
Collaborative robots fuel job growth; New tools are emerging that help engineers run more comprehensivenoise, vibration and harshness analysis; Cloud Rendering; and a look at the APEXX 1 1401 and APEXX 2 2402 systems.
Digital Engineering, May 2016
An introduction to 3D printing technologies, materials and terms; 3D printing applications from Stratasys, Mcor and 3D Systems; Stress in FEA: Part 2; New display options can give designers a more...
Editor’s Pick: Open Source 3D Printer is a Horse of a Different Color
LulzBot TAZ Workhorse Edition brings open source revolution to the engineering desktop.
Editor’s Pick: Faster Composites Simulation Improves Predicting Carbon Fiber Performance
MultiMechanics MultiMech 19.0 composite simulation software specializes in finite element analysis of carbon...
Editor’s Pick: Multi-domain Systems Analysis Just Got Easier
Siemens PLM Software updates Simcenter Amesim with new features in four broad...
Editor’s Pick: Turning SLA printing on its side for improved performance
Formlabs launches two new printers for production workflows.