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Improving the Performance of a Telescope

Improving the Performance of a Telescope

Christian Aparicio April 27, 2012 0

    Environmental Factors Degrade Optical Performance   When optical systems become exposed to a non-ideal environment, their optical performance degrades. For example, a lens system which was designed to produce high quality images may

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Motor solutions made possible through MSC PATRAN (Field Coil Analysis)

Motor solutions made possible through MSC PATRAN (Field Coil Analysis)

Sumitro Wiryo October 21, 2011 0

Have you ever created a FEA model on diffusion of heat on a material?  Patran is a great tool that will accurately create a FEA model on diffusion of heat.  University of Texas take

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MSC Software and Smart Vehicle Concepts Center at the Ohio State University Collaborate on Key Projects on Improving Vehicle Performance

MSC Software and Smart Vehicle Concepts Center at the Ohio State University Collaborate on Key Projects on Improving Vehicle Performance

Sumitro Wiryo September 30, 2011 0

Ohio State’s Smart Vehicle Concepts Center develop smart materials, adaptive sensors, actuators and devices for application to vehicle sub-systems and components.  They can revolutionize almost every aspect of the operation of a vehicle with

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Seeing is Believing

Seeing is Believing

tperez August 24, 2011 0

Environmental Factors Degrade Optical Performance When optical systems become exposed to a non-ideal environment, their optical performance degrades. For example, a lens system which was designed to produce high quality images may produce poor

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Patran Validates Cornell University’s Violet Spacecraft’s Thermal Requirements

Patran Validates Cornell University’s Violet Spacecraft’s Thermal Requirements

Sumitro Wiryo August 5, 2011 0

Hey guys check it out!  Cornell University created Violet Spacecraft, the first operational agile nanosatellite with eight Control Moment Gyroscopes.  They utilize Patran to accurately predict and design for extreme component and enviromental temperature.

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