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(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2019-04-10)Recent issues with the Boeing 737-MAX point to challenges in software engineering and the algorithms that the software must implement. However, the 737-MAX is a microcosm of several other problems that continue to arise ...
Formal methods for specifying product model views: development of a national BIM standard & IFC semantics for model views (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2011-07)Architecture, Engineering, Construction (AEC) and Facilities Management (FM) involve domains that require a very diverse set of information and model exchanges to fully realize the potential of digital design and construction. ...
Hybrid solution-adaptive unstructured Cartesian method for large-eddy simulation of detonation in multi-phase turbulent reactive mixtures (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2012-03)A class of problems of both great fundamental interest and practical relevance is in the field of highly compressible turbulent flows of multi-fluids. Shock interaction with turbulence and/or flames have many practical ...
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2019-04-11)Harnessing electromagnetic waves has changed how we live, work, and play. While the semiconductor industry has enabled faster, cheaper, and lower power wireless computing devices, there is the opportunity to use this ...
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2019-04-11)Additive manufacturing (AM) describes a class of processes that perform a layer-by-layer “bottom-up” fabrication approach as opposed to traditional top-down, subtractive fabrication such as milling and lathing. Printing-based ...