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Tesla microvalves exploit the non-linear nature of inertial flow to create anisotropic flow resistance. They can be used as robust valves owing to their passive working mechanism, but for many applications the diodicity is too low. Two-dimensional simulations and optimization over ... Read More
Squeeze film dampers are components that provide additional damping to rotating machines. To simplify the modeling of a rotor assembly, squeeze film dampers are modeled in terms of their damping coefficients which are a functions of the journal location in the damper. This model computes ... Read More
This tutorial demonstrates how to integrate multiple Lumped Battery models into the Electrical Circuit interface. Two batteries are connected in series. Each battery is protected by a shunt resistances that is activated if the battery state-of-charge reaches below a certain threshold ... Read More
The Gregory-Maksutov telescope is a simple catadioptric telescope comprising a spherical corrector lens and a spherical primary mirror. In this example the corrector lens and mirror are formed using the 'Spherical Lens 3D' and 'Spherical Mirror 3D' parts respectively from the Ray Optics ... Read More
This model performs a transient analysis of the temperature through a house wall. The wall is formed of different layers corresponding to the structure, insulation and plaster. On the exterior and the interior, the wall is exposed to thermal radiation and convective cooling. The results ... Read More
Diesel particulate filters (DPFs) are designed to remove and filter soot (diesel particles) from the exhaust of diesel engine vehicles. The filters in such systems are typically structured with long, air-filled channels surrounded by a porous medium that retains the soot. Although the ... Read More