Digital Engineering, October 2018

Focus on Materials, Metal 3D Printing, Solid Edge 2019 Review, Industrial IoT Platforms, @Xi Workstation review, CFD in Clycling and more.


Images courtesy of 3D Systems, HP, XJet and gettyimages/iLexx.

Inside this issue

Cover Story: Optimize Composite Orientation

New advancements help better predict material, product performance.

Metal AM Market Heats Up

From new cold spray deposition methods to innovations in extrusion processes, advances in metal 3D printing address long-standing limitations related to cost, safety and time to print.

Sticking up for Lightweighting

Use of adhesive-bonded structures increases as lightweighting continues.

Advanced Materials Challenge Durability Testing

The emergence of composites and new material options lead engineers to rely on new testing methods and simulation.

Siemens Solid Edge 2019 Review: Honing Its Edge

Siemens’ latest update plus a host of add-ons make Solid Edge 2019 a significant release.

Jostling for the BestPosition in a Pelaton

CFD and wind tunnel testing reveal aerodynamically advantageous positions in a group cycling race.

Xi MTower PCIe Workstation Review: An Overclocked Performance Champ

@Xi updates its top-of-the-line workstation.

ITAR Compliance in the Age of On-Demand HPC

How to stay within ITAR’s rigid boundaries while straddling the cloud’s blurred borders.

Developing the Internet of Things

Engineers are creating more use cases for the industrial internet of things; but what roadblocks do they still need to consider?
 

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