Analytical modeling of aircraft wing loads


March 19, 2010 Dan Doherty, Engineer, Mathworks When modeling engineering systems, it can be difficult to identify the key parameters driving system behavior because they are often deep within the model. Analytical models can help because they describe systems using mathematical equations, showing exactly how different parameters affect system behavior. Analytical models can review the […]


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CNC Training Program? Here is What It Should Look Like


With intensifying competition and ever increasing requirements for quality, productivity and flexibility, demand for well-qualified employees continues to grow. This is where a training plan comes in. A well-thought out modular CNC training program can prepare employees for the specific production requirements with opportunity for targeted training. In the US, manufacturing sectors and technology industries […]


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5 Future Jobs that Could Solve the Manufacturing Skills Gap


  Smart factories are a key aspect of the fourth industrial revolution, but a factory can’t evolve into a smart factory unless its workers evolve, too. The skills gap has a lot of manufacturers wondering about what the future holds. Should employers offer more pay to entice existing talent? How can we encourage students to pursue STEM and skilled education? As if […]


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Machine Tool Recovery Continued in June


The recovery in machine tool orders continued in June with both a monthly gain and an increase from year-earlier orders, the Association for Manufacturing Technology said. June orders totaled $373.19 million, a 6.5% increase from an adjusted $350.29 million for May, McLean, VA-based AMT said in a monthly report. The June figure was also up […]


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