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Applying Computer Aided Engineering to Design Automotive Interiors

Applying Computer Aided Engineering to Design Automotive Interiors

Automotive interiors are of great interest to design engineers as it remains the only factor whereby a comfort quality can be judged. Despite a vehicle integrated with latest technological gadgets and sophisticated performance systems, the likeliness of a person to opt for a particular model largely depends on the comfort characteristics. Interior systems such as […]

Continue Reading »   |   Posted on December 19th, 2014 by Mehul Patel

Designing Products that Last Longer

Designing Products that Last Longer

The ability of a product to last for a longer period of time, right from its first use till its discarding, is what reflects the sustainability and integrity of the manufacturing organizations. To be a market leader, designing products that lasts is what the end consumer expects; and to achieve this, manufacturers must adopt cutting-edge […]

Continue Reading »   |   Posted on December 16th, 2014 by Mehul Patel

CFD: An Efficient Approach to Evaluate Heat Transfer Performance of EGR Cooler

CFD: An Efficient Approach to Evaluate Heat Transfer Performance of EGR Cooler

As global emission levels continue to rise at an alarming rate, automotive manufacturers are strained to leverage their contribution towards developing greener vehicles. The top contributing pollutants from a vehicle includes Carbon Monoxide (CO), Unburned Hydrocarbons (UHC) and Oxides of Nitrogen (NOx). The emission of these harmful gases is a result of incomplete combustion inside […]

Continue Reading »   |   Posted on December 10th, 2014 by Mehul Patel

CAE as an Assistive Tool for Non-Destructive Testing of Turbine Blades

CAE as an Assistive Tool for Non-Destructive Testing of Turbine Blades

The performance of gas turbines relies heavily on the blade design geometry. To raise the thermal efficiency of the turbine, a high inlet temperature is required, which leads to the formation of hot-spots on the blade surfaces and thereby reduces its useful life cycle. Additionally, the blades are also subjected to pressure loads from the […]

Continue Reading »   |   Posted on November 27th, 2014 by Mehul Patel

4 Reasons Why You Should Use CFD to Design Industrial Heat Exchangers

4 Reasons Why You Should Use CFD to Design Industrial Heat Exchangers

Heat exchangers remain an integral part of industries to look after heating and cooling requirements. Being an essential device, there has been phenomenal research done to optimize its performance, reduce weight and achieve compactness in the design with same heat transfer capabilities. However, requirements from a particular heat exchanger vary based on its application, requiring […]

Continue Reading »   |   Posted on November 10th, 2014 by Mehul Patel

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