Latest Computer simulation Stories

2009-11-18 05:55:00

CFD visualization used at Wright State University to study the complex flow physics of dragonfly flight.

2009-11-03 07:00:00

TROY, Mich., Nov. 3 /PRNewswire/ -- Altair Engineering, Inc., a leading global provider of simulation technology and engineering services announced implementation of a new analysis process that drastically reduces the simulation time needed for virtual crash testing.

2009-10-29 15:01:27

Very tiny wires, called nanowires, made from such metals as silver and gold, may play a crucial role as electrical or mechanical switches in the development of future-generation ultrasmall nanodevices.

2009-07-29 13:22:19

Most parts of living organisms come packaged with ribbons. The ribbons are proteins—chains of amino acids that must fold into three-dimensional structures to work properly.

2009-07-14 09:35:00

The IMACS/MODSIM Congress will attract more than 650 experts in modeling and simulation from Australia and overseas to the Cairns Convention Center from July 13-17, 2009.

2009-05-15 14:46:00

AIM FIRE Military Day event draws key engineering leaders to discuss modeling and simulation tools and their impact on the evolving military vehicle development process TROY, Mich., May 15 /PRNewswire/ -- The role of modeling and simulation in tomorrow's defense engineering industry was a focal point for some of the top experts in military and software engineering at the Advanced Innovative Methods for Improved Reliability & Efficiency (AIM FIRE) Military Day, a program co-hosted by...

2009-05-06 09:29:45

A report by the World Technology Evaluation Center shows U.S. competitiveness in a number of computer simulation-driven fields is being eroded. Science and engineering are advancing rapidly worldwide, due in part to increasingly more powerful computer simulations.

2009-05-01 11:14:12

New report highlights strengths and weaknesses in U.S. high-end computer simulations relative to international counterparts.

2009-04-29 15:33:00

PITTSBURGH, April 29 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- High school and undergraduate students now have a ringside seat to watch atoms and molecules in super-slow motion and vivid color, as they jostle and bump each other within the cozy environs of a human cell or a beaker on a lab bench.

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