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In this blog post we will describe how to batch process FEA simulation data automatically using a review script in OnScale.
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By: Samantha Chou, OnScale Marketing, MARCOMM
Last week I graduated from the University of Strathclyde with an Engineering Doctorate (EngD), which is basically an industrial focused PhD. I owe a great deal of thanks to OnScale for providing this opportunity as my project industrial sponsor. In addition to their support, access to OnScale’s cloud simulation platform enabled me to quickly complete the many simulations required for my thesis corrections.
Technology is both becoming more interactive and connected, from Alexa to digital factories of the future. Sensors are the gateway to transforming the physical to the digital realm, yet they are often the limiting factor in the overall performance of the system. Sensor technology has exploded recently due to the advances in MEMS and semiconductor processes. These advances are helping to serve market demand at a very low cost. Ultrasonic fingerprint sensors are highly sophisticated and compact ultrasonic phased arrays, that have been adapted for manufacturer and semiconductor processes and compressed into a footprint that is small enough to fit into one cell phone. The most profound example of the explosion in sensor technology is the Internet of Things (IoT) movement. This is also known as “the trillion sensors initiative”. The movement predicts an ever-increasing amount of connected sensors in our environment. All this translates into a huge global market for sensors that is growing at a healthy rate year over year. In this post we’re going to explore how simulation can accelerate IoT innovation and reduce design cycles by describing several real-world examples, which we ran in OnScale.
In the near future, reusable rockets will ferry us to space and back, and you’ll be able to honeymoon on the actual moon. To realize that dream, rocket scientists will rely on Non-Destructive Testing (NDT) of carbon fiber, steel, and aluminum components on reusable rockets.
After another successful training event in Japan, we are excited to announce that we are planning all of our future Master Classes for 2019. We want to give everyone the opportunity to attend, so there will be multiple courses spread across Scotland, USA and Japan. Starting with Glasgow! The course will be held at the University of Strathclyde from the 16th to 17th of July and will be delivered by OnScale's Glasgow based engineering team!
#ImAnEngineerAnd was created for you get to know the engineers behind OnScale, the global leader in CAE and Cloud HPC! We have a very interesting team of creative individuals, with hidden talents ranging from DJing to fatherhood. Over the next few months you can expect to read about a variety of our engineers from around the world, all working as one team and sharing insights into their work and personal lives. Get a deeper understanding into why people are joining OnScale, and learn what the coolest things are about working for us!
In this article, we will discuss how to understand and visualize correctly the results coming out of a PMUT ultrasonic sensor simulation in the OnScale Post-processing Mode.
By: Andrew Tweedie, UK Director at OnScale Anyone who has worked in engineering simulation knows the feeling. Your coffee is freshly brewed, and you’re all set for a successful day of changing the world and then you get one of these little messages from your favorite simulation tool: