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Crossing industries, physics, and boundaries.
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This well-known mathematician has many namesakes, including an early version of a calculator, the standard unit of pressure, and even a programming language
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Transducers (such as loudspeakers) convert a signal of one energy form, called the input signal, into another, known as the output signal. However, sometimes a distortion occurs, making the output signal sound quite different from the input.

Find out how to analyze these nonlinear distortions here:
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Despite being covered in snow and ice, Mount Erebus is the most active volcano in Antarctica. To study the magma flow in volcanoes like this one, scientists can perform magnetotellurics surveys.

Learn about this technique on the blog: https://buff.ly/2rMogKU
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Many seismologists used to believe that the earth's core was a single molten or liquid sphere surrounded by a solid mantle and crust. However, there were inconsistencies with this description.

After much research, Inge Lehmann developed a more accurate theory: https://buff.ly/2IDOkBq
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"After World War II, a boom in the economy caused Americans to buy a record number of cars (leading to serious levels of pollution). Today, we have more energy-efficient vehicles — such as hybrid and electric options — and another 'boom' is occurring, this time for autonomous vehicles (AVs). Again, pollution is an issue, but in a different way: There’s a debate over whether self-driving cars should have hybrid engines to maximize profit or all-electric engines to minimize pollution."
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"The Level Set and Phase Field interfaces contain a number of parameters that need tuning in order for the methods to perform optimally. The values of these parameters depend on the modeled system and the numerical discretization of the equations. The size of the geometry (length, width, and depth); properties of the fluids; wetting of the walls; initial conditions; operating conditions; and size of the elements in the created mesh all have an impact on the selection of the model settings."

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Previously on the blog, we showed how to prepare a CFD model geometry for meshing.

In this follow-up post, we discuss various meshing tools you can use for your fluid flow simulations...
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Electromagnetic band gap (EBG) structures are periodic structures that can reduce issues caused by EMI and improve EMC for high-speed communication systems. To determine the effectiveness of an EBG design, engineers can use RF simulation... https://buff.ly/2GCAf2a
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Shape memory alloys make what used to seem impossible possible, such as aircraft wings that can morph into different shapes.

Learn more about shape memory alloys and how simulation can help you analyze their material properties: https://buff.ly/2G5uV7h
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If you're trying to find a lot of different parameter values for your model (incl. frequency, geometry, materials, boundary conditions, and more), running a parametric sweep with 1 large cluster job might not cut it.

Instead, you can use the Cluster Sweep node to split a large job into smaller ones, also known as a nested parametric sweep:
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