Advanced biomedical devices, such as chip-based probes, are helping bioengineering sleuths Drs. Peter Kuhn and Mehmet Toner as they fight to stop cancer in its tracks. Join ASME.org for a discussion of the latest innovations and developments in the field.Read more >
Fiber Reinforced Polymers (FRP) has been used to successfully strengthen, bridges, buildings and industrial facilities for almost two decades. As the urgent need for repair and modifications of aging nuclear facilities and license renewal deadlines approach for most domestic nuclear stations, so also does the adoption and use of FRP by the nuclear community. This Webinar will inform nuclear professionals about the design and use of FRP for piping system pressure barrier replacement (typically Class III, non-safety, moderate energy systems) and for vertical structure mods such as steel tanks, reinforced concrete beams, walls, slabs, and URM walls.Read more >
Identifying new and innovative ways in which stepper motors are addressing a variety of needs in myraid applications, including aerospace, instruments, and simple robotics.Read more >
Additive manufacturing technologies are also commonly known as "Rapid Prototyping" or "3D Printing" as well as other names. And although they are still being used by design engineers for concept modeling and prototyping, that’s not all.
Manufacturing engineers are now employing these technologies for various applications such as jigs, fixtures, check gauges, and even as a bridge-to-tooling and low-volume end-use parts.
Traditional sources of drinking water are being strained in the U.S. and globally from increasing population, drought and pollution. When water is scarce, municipal and industrial wastewater becomes a viable option for helping replenish water supplies.
ASME’s webinar on water reuse will explore the drivers of water reuse and the technology that treats wastewater equal to or above federal drinking water standards, as well as a Southern California municipal water utility’s successful recycling program.
Creating prototypes that look and feel like their production counterparts greatly reduces the product development cycle and makes communication of design ideas much more effective. Most prototypes, however, are made from multiple parts that need to be assembled, which takes time. PolyJet multi-material 3D printing lets you quickly produce realistic prototypes with different material properties and colors, all in a single manufacturing operation. This Webinar will provide insight into how multi-material 3D printing saves time.Read more >
As the urgent need for repair and modifications of aging nuclear facilities and license renewal deadlines approach, so does adoption and use of fiber reinforced polymers (FRPs). This Webinar will discuss the design/use of FRPs for piping system pressure barrier replacement and vertical structure mods.Read more >
Learn how 3D printed molds can cut turnaround time for your injection molded (IM) prototypes. The webinar will discuss when 3D printed molds are a best fit, material selection and customer stories, as well as process limitations and tips for successful molding.Read more >
When a company designs products, whether it's a heart pump or nuclear reactor, simulation is the key to outpacing the competition. In order to have an accurate simulation, you first have to build the right mesh. This webcast focuses on advanced meshing technology and how you can get the most out of it in your day-to-day activities. We explore how to get from CAD to run-ready in minimum time, and highlight the benefits of using mesh operations and why they create an ideal foundation for design space exploration.Read more >
Many real engineering applications which have not traditionally benefited from simulation in the past involve complex relative, interlocking motions that cannot be modeled by the simple rotational or translational models that are common in simulation software. This webcast provides an introduction to overset mesh and related methods such as DFBI. It will provide you with an insight into modeling complex motion. The background and applicability, the methods, as well as some practical examples illustrate what can be achieved.Read more >
Listen as Duane Byerley from Xerox’s model shop explains how 3D printing improves the way they work. See how Xerox makes FDM (Fused Deposition Modeling) production parts, short-run thermoforming molds, work holding tools and much more.Read more >