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Engineering Edge Volume 2, Issue 1

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A Tablet for Everything

Few engineers realize the importance played by radiation in dissipating the heat from the exposed surfaces of a tablet. It is not until precise calculations are made that the importance of radiation is realized in the thermal design of the tablet. More

Andras Poppe Interview

The prestigious Harvey Rosten Award For Excellence was won by Andras Poppe, Mentor Graphics' Product Marketing Manager for MicReD® (Microelectronics Research and Development) group and faculty member at the Budapest University of Technology, Department of Electronic Devices. More

Dem Bones, Dem Bones, Dem Microgravity Cow Bones

Design an experimental capsule environment to assess the effects of bone density in space. More

DENSO: State of the Art in Automotive Thermal Design

ECUs for vehicles and their components are becoming more complicated and intricate to produce energy-efficient and environmentally friendly cars. Successful thermal design is critical for manufacturers. More

Hot Lumens of Street Lighting LEDs

How physical testing and CFD analysis helped develop new LED-based street lighting luminaires. More

How to make the most of the XML functionality in FloTHERM & FloVENT

Your complete guide to XML functionality in FloTHERM® & FloVENT®. More

Improving 1D Data with 3D Computational Fluid Dynamics

Improving 1D thermo-fluid system automotive engine data with 3D CFD. More

Introducing FloTHERM® XT

From concept through to verification for electronic cooling simulation. More

Lights, Camera, Action!

Grass Valley Video Camera Modeling using FloEFD. More

Megawatt Engines need MegaCooling

How do you cool a 20 megawatt electic engine? E-Cooling Inc. tell us how. More

Multi-physics takes off at Avio

Avio's multi-physics co-simulation approach for reducing fuel consumption in Aero Engines. More

The Family Business: How to be a World Champion

Kristan Bromley relies heavily on the help and support of a number of people to keep him at the sharp end of a sport that affords little room for error. More

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