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View Resource Power of a Platform in the Nanometer Era

Recently, EDA companies have been touting platforms as an answer to the challenges of handing off a design to manufacturing. Certainly as design becomes more complex, process variation becomes more difficult to control, and acceptable cycle time becomes less attainable, the design and manufacturing communities look to EDA for solutions that can help manage outcomes. But what is a platform? And,...

View Resource Build Your Own Spectroscope

Students build a working spectroscope to study the nature of light. (Younger students use a prism to learn about the rainbow.) The curriculum includes study guides for various grade groups, PowerPoints to explain concepts, age-appropriate hands-on activities, and 3 videos.

View Resource Learn Engineering Through Videos

This is a collection of links to educational videos related to engineering which are made for a general audience. Some of them explore the engineering feats accomplished by some of the great civilizations in history; some look at how engineers and designers use historic inventions and clues from the natural world in ingenious ways to develop new buildings and machines; and some deal with...

View Resource Forming Tiny 3D Structures For Micro- and Nanofluidics

This article from SPIE describes how dielectric breakdown and wet etching may provide a method of fabricating 3D nano- and microscale channels inside transparent dielectric materials. The article includes several graphics which help to illustrate the concept.

View Resource CATIA V5R16 for Designers

This web site is the online textbook for the CATIA V5R16 solid modeling package. This textbook consists of 13 chapters covering the Part, Assembly, and Drafting workbenches of CATIA V5R16. It includes more than 35 mechanical engineering projects.

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