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Greening the Heart of the City: An Urban Rooftop Drainage System Inside a Garden Fence new

Tim Larsen, TL-Engineering, Denmark

TL-Engineering, a simulation consultant, teamed up with a professor, civil engineer, and sound barrier company to design a sustainable urban drainage system (SUDS) that helps mitigate rainwater overflow and noise pollution in a Copenhagen neighborhood. En Savoir Plus

Designing Smart Solutions for Gas Flow Devices with Multiphysics Simulation

Ishant Jain, Raychem RPG, India

As India moves toward a reduced dependence on fossil fuels, researchers at Raychem RPG used multiphysics simulation to optimize various designs for domestic gas meters in urban homes throughout the country. En Savoir Plus

3D Modeling of Armor Losses in High-Voltage Cables

Ola Thyrvin, NKT HV Cables, Sweden

NKT HV Cables used numerical modeling to investigate electromagnetic fields and calculate armor losses in 3D cable designs. Then, they validated their modeling results with experimental measurements to ensure confidence in their simulation-led design analyses. En Savoir Plus

Investigating Intrabody Communication for Leadless Cardiac Pacemakers

Mirko Maldari, MicroPort CRM, France

MicroPort CRM used numerical simulation to optimize leadless cardiac pacemaker (LCP) designs and how they communicate with each other within the human body for cardiac rhythm management in patients. En Savoir Plus

Producing Power, Protecting Fish with a Darrieus Water Turbine

Helger Van Halewijn, Physixfactor, Netherlands

Physixfactor used simulation to design a water turbine for use in coastal flood control structures in the Netherlands. The new turbine design reduced the fish mortality rate from 20% to less than 1%, and can also be used for hydropower generation. En Savoir Plus

Bringing Lab Courses to Remote Learning Students with Simulation Applications

Roman Voronov, New Jersey Institute of Technology, New Jersey, USA

A professor at the New Jersey Institute of Technology built 15 simulation applications for use in chemical engineering courses and virtual labs around the world. En Savoir Plus

Shaping the Design of Noninvasive Cosmetic Procedures with Multiphysics Simulation

Joel Jimenez Lozano, Allergan Aesthetics, California, USA

Allergan Aesthetics is using heat transfer and electromagnetics simulation to enhance CoolSculpting® and CoolTone®, separate noninvasive medical aesthetic procedures designed to eliminate targeted subcutaneous fat and strengthen muscles, respectively. En Savoir Plus

Optimizing Heat Exchanger Designs for Refrigeration and Cooling Technology

Julius Heik, thermofin GmbH, Germany

thermofin GmbH, a leading manufacturer of heat exchangers, ensures that their devices are optimized for a variety of client needs using multiphysics simulation. En Savoir Plus

Developing Ultrathin Dolby Atmos® Enabled Speaker Technology for Home Entertainment Systems

Lakshmikanth Tipparaju, Dolby Laboratories, San Francisco, California, USA

3D surround sound technology creates a premium and fully immersive audio experience for consumers. Dolby Laboratories has been developing innovative 3D surround sound technology for TVs, including Dolby Atmos® enabled speakers, with the help of acoustics simulation. En Savoir Plus

Investigating Vibroacoustic Properties in Moth Wings for Acoustic Camouflage

Zhiyuan Shen, University of Bristol, United Kingdom

Researchers at the University of Bristol modeled the acoustic camouflaging properties of moth wing scales to gain a better understand of the vibroacoustic phenomena at play. Their research could help develop acoustic camouflage techniques for use in other areas. En Savoir Plus

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