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Happy Birthday, Robert Hutchings Goddard

October 5, 2018

Robert Hutchings Goddard is considered the “Father of Modern Rocketry”. Read about how he went from reading science fiction to making strides in scientific innovation.

Improving Architectural Designs with Building Physics Simulation

October 4, 2018

Building physics simulation can help engineers develop more energy-efficient architectural designs. We talked to Built Environments, Inc. to get a few examples of how.

Happy Birthday, Sir George Gabriel Stokes

August 13, 2018

Read about the life, work, and research of the physicist behind the famous fluid dynamics equation: Sir George Gabriel Stokes.

Studying the Program and Erase Cycle of an EEPROM Device

August 9, 2018

Using the Semiconductor Module, you can study the program and erase cycles of an electrically erasable programmable read-only memory (EEPROM) device.

Happy Birthday, Rosalind Franklin

July 25, 2018

Rosalind Franklin, an accomplished chemist and X-ray crystallographer, conducted research that changed how we understand DNA and virology.

Investigating a Three-Port Ferrite Circulator Design with RF Simulation

July 13, 2018

Get a quick introduction to microwave circulators and modeling them with the RF Module. The featured example is a three-port ferrite circulator.

Modeling Copper Electrodeposition on a Circuit Board

June 21, 2018

Copper electrodeposition is used to manufacture PCBs. Here, we discuss modeling the electrodeposition of copper in the trench of a PCB.

Modeling a MOS Capacitor with the Semiconductor Module

June 20, 2018

MOS capacitors (MOSCAPs) contain 3 main parts: a semiconductor body or substrate, an insulator film, and a metal electrode (or gate). You can use the Semiconductor Module to model MOSCAP designs.

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