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Posts tagged with 'Model'

30 Sep, 2010

Are You Kidding Me? Make Another One?

Posted by J VanDomelen

J VanDomelen CFD, Giving Our Prototype Machinists a Break Computational fluid dynamics, of CFD, was a central focus of recent industry events, and I find the topic keeps cropping up in mil/aero discussions of late. In fact, CFD simulation tools are increasingly being employed by military prime contractors (aka, primes) to meet contract requirements, such as survivability in extreme environments and temperatures, … Read More

Mentor.com, Mentor Graphics, aluminum, Hardware, Azonix, Heat Sink, Mechanical, Mentor, Aerospace, Copper, Embedded Systems, Crane, Engineer, CAD, FloEFD, CFD, Design Automation, Mil-Aero, Thermal, Vetronics, Software, Terra Server, Model, prototype, Milaero, Military

22 Jan, 2010

Single person plane - the "Puffin" by Nasa

Posted by Michael Stamper

Michael Stamper I read an interesting article at http://www.physorg.com/news183361139.html by Lin Edwards that describes a new single person electric aircraft that and hover like a helicopter and fly like a plane.  As quoted by Lin: The cruising speed of the Puffin is expected to be 240 kph, with spurts of 480 kph possible. The engine does not require air, which means its flight capabilities are not limited by thin … Read More

Model, Mentor Graphics, ECAD, EE, Aerospace Design, Electrical Engineering, Electrical Wiring Interconnection System, Electrical Design, Electrical Distribution System

11 Jan, 2010

Michael Stamper The differences in documentation standards for electrical design are as vast as the number of stars in the sky.  No two are alike, no matter what the claims - there is always “something” different.  If your company provides documentation to more than one customer then the problem is even greater.  The problem is lies with the tools being used to create the drawings.  Typically I see companies trying … Read More

Model, Mentor Graphics, Wire Harness, Automotive Design, CHS, Aerospace Design, Electrical Distribution System, Electrical Engineering, ECAD, Electrical Design

16 Dec, 2009

Wants vs. Needs

Posted by Michael Stamper

Michael Stamper The line between something we WANT vs. something we NEED is often a blurry one.  With regards to electrical design software it is very important to understand the difference in order to prioritize requests for features. I have the pleasure of working with many customers across different industries.  In all of my travels I have met smart, dedicated people doing the best they can for their company. … Read More

Data Accuracy, Model, Capital Harness Systems, Validation

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