Digital Engineering January/February 2022

The latest issue of Digital Engineering focuses on sustainable design, including new innovations in 3D printing, simulating sustainability, and the role of PLM in sustainability efforts.

Inside This Issue:

Sustainability Beyond Carbon Counting

Design software makers foresee integrated lifecycle assessment tools.

Sustainable Pursuits

Today’s engineering designs are shaped with sustainability and incorporate innovation.

The Balancing Act of Sustainability

Readjusted design parameters, PLM software and digital twins can help engineers achieve more sustainable designs.

Greening the 3D Printing Industry

New materials, optimized processes enhance AM’s already robust sustainability advantages.

Energy-Efficient Computing: Pipe Dream or Possibility?

There are no simple answers in defining energy efficiency for workstations and servers.

Bionic Arms and Magic Castles Change Lives

Engineers transform wheelchairs and prosthetics into expressive art pieces.

Review: The New Price/Performance King: HP Z2 Tower G8 Workstation

HP’s latest Z2 tower workstation is entry-level in name only.

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