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Written by Alex Biglands on September 19, 2018

In this student success story, a cohort of TAFE students working on their Diploma of Engineering in regional Australia recently...

Written by Anastasia Churazova on September 12, 2018

Robust in nature, resistant to heat, and able to withstand extreme environments, a hydraulic motor is a mechanical rotary...

Written by Ajay Harish on September 4, 2018

Heat transfer simulation can help solve and prevent heating issues early in the battery design process. Learn how to get easy...

Written by Jousef Murad on August 28, 2018

Success story of the Orion Racing India team with SimScale and how they used cloud-based simulation to optimize their car and win...

Written by Agata on August 21, 2018

When Pieter de Buck took on the role of the Aerodynamics and Composites lead of the Carnegie Mellon Racing team last year, he had...

Written by Anastasia Churazova on August 13, 2018

Clean, uncontaminated air is essential in any industrial work environment. It is critical that fume extraction and exhaust...

Written by Attila Felföldi on August 6, 2018

This blog post gives valuable advice to engineering consultants on how to be more productive and how to use simulation tools to...

Written by Darren Lynch on July 25, 2018

As part of the latest release, we have launched an improved version of our online post-processor providing faster and more...

Written by Guillermo Giraldo on July 24, 2018

In wind engineering, wind energy, wind loads on buildings and pedestrian wind comfort are topics you are already familiar with....

Written by Ajay Harish on July 20, 2018

In this article, we discuss the differences between Tour de France standard bikes that are used during all the stages of the race...

Written by Ajay Harish on July 16, 2018

This article provides an engineer's perspective on the Tacoma Narrows Bridge collapse. It explains how the bridge was designed...

Written by Anastasia Churazova on July 10, 2018

We spend about 90% of our lives indoors. The main reason behind a poor indoor air quality and low thermal comfort is often...

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