COMSOL Multiphysics 4.3
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COMSOL Multiphysics 4.3 is a software environment for modeling and simulating any physics-based system. It is designed to empower engineers, researchers and scientists with powerful modeling tools and fast simulations for electrical, mechanical, fluid flow and chemical applications. Capabilities include three discipline-specific add-on modules: the Nonlinear Structural Materials Module, the Pipe Flow Module and the Corrosion Module. Users working with imported meshes can group existing mesh elements into new domains and boundaries, making it easy to assign boundary conditions and material properties wherever desired.
Um Castelo bastante detalhado, da Woodmarvels:
...E se têem ideias para isto, usar oo Telemóveis para Fins Medicinais, como Análises e Recolha de Dados, concorram!
Nokia Sensing X CHALLENGE seeks healthcare tech innovationsBy Ben CoxworthThe smartphones of today are certainly technological wonders. Besides their powerful processors and multitude of available apps, most of them are also equipped with sensors such as cameras, microphones, GPS, accelerometers and gyroscopes. While those sensor-laden phones allow users to perform a broad variety of activities, the folks at Nokia believe that those or similar devices could do much more – particularly when it comes to healthcare. That’s why the company is sponsoring the Nokia Sensing X CHALLENGE. The US$2.25 million global competition is intended to “stimulate the development of sensors and sensing technology to drastically improve and expand the quality and access to healthcare across a wide variety of settings for consumers all around the globe.”
...E dos nosso amigos da Diatom, destacando o Luso-Neo-Zelandês Tiago Rourke, uma Gigajoga tão incrível que vai aqui também, uma Miniatura de CNC, e o que é certo é que funciona!
Hummm... Se juntarmos este Micro-CNC ao Projecto anteriormente mostrado, com a Pistola de Cola, também as há em Miniatura...
Não teríamos uma Makerbot de Bolso?