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Systems Modeling Techniques Take Aim at a More Sustainable Future
Purdue team employs fast, automated modeling to map the physical economy in an effort to test drive steps to sustainability.
Systems Modeling Techniques Take Aim at a More Sustainable Future
Purdue team employs fast, automated modeling to map the physical economy in an effort to test drive steps to sustainability.
Study: Indiana Manufacturers Ready to Implement Data
The study also recommended training the current and future workforce in using artificial intelligence and expanding AI-related data availability to include rural areas.
CAASE21 Preview: Trusting the Model
In his upcoming CAASE21 presentation, Jakob Hartl of Purdue University offers a rigorous approach to putting faith in simulation results.
Purdue University Turbulence Model May Aid in Design of Aircraft
Engineers enable simulation of complete ‘dance’ of colliding vortices at reduced computational time.
Purdue, West Point to Partner on Autonomous Race Car Challenge
The challenge, set for Oct. 21-23, is a series of events that has teams address topics such as artificial intelligence, sensors, data science and more in the successful operation of a high-speed autonomous race car.
Edge Computing Platform Offers Smart Monitoring Options
The IoT Edge platform from ClearBlade uses Edge AI technology to help companies and organizations monitor and predict performance for industries, including rail, manufacturing, retail, aerospace and agriculture.
Purdue University Uses Machine Learning to Classify Mechanical Objects
Purdue University mechanical engineers creates comprehensive open-source annotated database of more than 58,000 3D mechanical parts
Northrop Grumman Donates Shock Tunnel for Purdue Hypersonics Research
Once installed, Purdue will reportedly be only the second university in the U.S. to offer such a hypersonics test capability.
Robots with a Soft Touch
3D printed soft robots could could help address the shortage of healthcare workers.
Purdue Start-Up Targets Defense Applications
Process allows for the printing of thick materials with high levels of precision by applying ultrasonic vibrations to the nozzle to reduce friction and allow for smooth materials flow.
Purdue Prints Extremely Viscous Materials
The researchers were able to 3D print viscous materials by applying a high-amplitude ultrasonic vibration to the nozzle of the 3D printer.
Purdue Polytechnic Institute and Anark Partner to Deliver Digital Thread Curriculum
Anark Core and MBEWeb will be deployed as part of Purdue's MBE and Digital Thread education and professional training programs
Hands-on Machine Engineering
Student Design Competition Profile: The Rube Goldberg Machine Contest
Wind Turbines Buoyed By Public-Private Partnerships
The partners plan to explore new developments in thermoplastic materials with the goal to lower wind turbine production costs, improve recyclability and expand applicability.
Purdue University Announces Indiana Manufacturing Institute
The center will focus on composite materials research.



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