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Better Brewing: Modeling Beer Fermentation

June 6, 2024

What’s brewing? Explore how modeling and simulation can be used to study the beer fermentation process, identifying ways to optimize its efficiency and serve up a better-tasting glass of suds.

Simulating Thermal Propagation in a Battery Pack

June 3, 2024

When batteries overheat, there’s more at stake than just losing the pack. By modeling thermal runaway, you can prevent problems before they arise.

Modeling Shunt Currents in an Alkaline Electrolyzer Stack

May 30, 2024

In the quest for affordable green hydrogen, alkaline electrolyzers must be efficient and long-lasting. Simulation offers insight during the design stage.

Modeling Tensegrity with a Floating Table

May 28, 2024

Physics or magic? At first glance, this piece of furniture looks like it is floating in midair. Let’s take a closer look and marvel at the engineering.

Estimating Pi Using the Monte Carlo Method and Particle Tracing

May 24, 2024

We take a popular way to estimate the value of pi, the Monte Carlo method, and add particle tracing simulation to the process for a fun way to visualize the results.

Preconditioning of Surface-Mount Devices for Reliability Testing

May 20, 2024

Explore how modeling and simulation can be used to analyze the thermal stress and hygroscopic swelling of a surface-mount device through the 3 preconditioning stages.

Modeling Electric and Magnetic Fields from Power Lines

May 15, 2024

Modeling and simulation can be used to analyze fields generated by power lines, which can lead to a further understanding of how these fields interact with the surrounding environment.

Adding Information to Materials in User-Defined Material Libraries

May 10, 2024

Want to add information to materials in user-defined material libraries? Learn how to do so in 6 steps here.