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Freeman Technology Experts to Present on Powder Characterisation and Critical Powder Handling Issues at 7th World Congress on Particle Technology (WCPT7)

Freeman Technology Experts to Present on Powder Characterisation and Critical Powder Handling Issues at 7th World Congress on Particle Technology (WCPT7)

Tim Freeman, Managing Director, and Dr Xiaowei Fu, Product Specialist at Freeman Technology, will deliver four oral presentations relating to aspects of powder characterisation and critical powder handling issues at the 7th World Congress on Particle Technology (WCPT7) taking place from 19-22 May 2014 in Beijing, China. [More]
Sandia Completes Full-Scale Wind Tunnel Test of B61-12 Gravity Bomb Mock-Up Unit

Sandia Completes Full-Scale Wind Tunnel Test of B61-12 Gravity Bomb Mock-Up Unit

Sandia National Laboratories has finished eight days of testing a full-scale mock unit representing the aerodynamic characteristics of the B61-12 gravity bomb in a wind tunnel. [More]
BINDER Develops CO2 Incubators with Fixed Heat-Sterilizable Sensor

BINDER Develops CO2 Incubators with Fixed Heat-Sterilizable Sensor

No problem is more widespread or feared in cell cultivation than contamination. The contaminants utilize nutrients very effectively and usually grow faster than the cell culture itself. For the scientist, this can have disastrous consequences. [More]
New Simulations Depict Dynamics of Deep Earth

New Simulations Depict Dynamics of Deep Earth

Seeking to better understand the composition of the lowermost part of Earth's mantle, located nearly 2,900 kilometers (1,800 miles) below the surface, a team of Arizona State University researchers has developed new simulations that depict the dynamics of deep Earth. A paper published March 30 in Nature Geoscience reports the team's findings, which could be used to explain the complex geochemistry of lava from hotspots such as Hawaii. [More]
New Simulation and Game Institute Opens on the East Coast

New Simulation and Game Institute Opens on the East Coast

George Mason University and Prince William County, a public-private partnership in Simulation and Game design, formally opened the new Simulation and Game Institute today. [More]
Type3 Releases Latest Version of Artistic and Industrial CAD/CAM software

Type3 Releases Latest Version of Artistic and Industrial CAD/CAM software

Type3, part of the Gravotech group, releases TYPE EDIT V12, the latest version of the leading CAD/CAM software for industrial and artistic modeling, design, engraving and cutting, dedicated to NC machines. [More]
Accurate Simulation Model of Hydrogen’s Behavior at High Pressures

Accurate Simulation Model of Hydrogen’s Behavior at High Pressures

Some experiments are really difficult to perform in practice. To gain a detailed understanding of the behaviour of molecular hydrogen (H2), for example, we would have to produce such high pressures as those occurring within the core of gaseous planets like Jupiter and Saturn or inside stars. If such conditions cannot be created, an alternative method is to simulate them on the computer, but the model has to be accurate. [More]
Exa's Simulation Technology Helps Improve Fuel Economy for SuperTruck

Exa's Simulation Technology Helps Improve Fuel Economy for SuperTruck

Exa® Corporation, a global innovator of fluids simulation solutions for product engineering, stated that Cummins Inc. and Peterbilt Motors Company, the first companies to announce their SuperTruck for the Department of Energy (DOE) SuperTruck Program, credited Exa's technology and engineering expertise as instrumental in the success of their recently announced vehicle. [More]
Low-Cost Soft Actuated Material Used to Replicate Biological Motion of the Heart

Low-Cost Soft Actuated Material Used to Replicate Biological Motion of the Heart

In the heart, as in the movies, 3D action beats the 2D experience hands down. [More]
Synopsys Partners with Imagination Technologies to Facilitate Faster Emulation

Synopsys Partners with Imagination Technologies to Facilitate Faster Emulation

Synopsys, Inc., a global leader providing software, IP and services used to accelerate innovation in chips and electronic systems, and Imagination Technologies (IMG.L) today announced a collaboration to enable designers to speed verification and hardware/software bring-up of system on chips (SoCs) containing Imagination Technologies' latest PowerVR Series6 GPU (graphics processing unit) cores using ZeBu® Server emulators. [More]