appliance DESIGN writes for Design Engineers in all of the appliance industry sectors: HVAC · Majors · Water Processing · Housewares · Commercial Appliances · Vending · Medical · Lab · Test & Measurement · Lawn and Garden · Electronics · Computers · Communications · Business Equipment.
Industrial Heating is edited to assist problem solving by management, engineering and technical personnel responsible for application and performance of systems and equipment dependent upon thermal energy in primary production and manufacturing industries. Editorial emphasis is engineering/management oriented, focusing on advancements in thermal technology discussed definitively in terms of its practical application, encompassing entire manufacturing and production systems involved in primary metal producing, metals and ceramics, heat treating, brazing, forging, casting, cleaning and finishing, as well as specific analysis of thermal processing control and heat containment.
The combination of tough markets, reduced headcount, tight budgets, and aggressive new product development targets means that manufacturers need to be able to design and develop products extremely efficiently to get the most out of their engineering efforts.
"Product data management is the fundamental building block of any engineering software strategy and helps companies get the most out of their precious engineering resources," argues analyst Jim Brown in this 11 page white paper.
In this white paper by Tech-Clarity you will learn:
How companies adapt their PDM strategy to match their corporate strategy
How to control product data
The keys to collaborating on product data
How to use PDM to automate product-related processes
A "practical PLM" solution delivers efficiencies right out of the gate, while easily scaling to meet evolving needs. To do that, the solution has to allow product development teams to focus on the big 4 problems that plague so many engineering departments:
Making revisions without errors
Controlling change orders
Dropped balls due to poor collaboration
In this 8 page white paper, the editors at Desktop Engineering explore how three companies addressed those challenges by implementing practical PLM solutions.
Today, engineering must balance the needs of manufacturing, procurement, customers and more, alongside those of the product's form, fit and function.
According to analyst Chad Jackson of Lifecycle Insights, executive leadership is calling for more visibility into engineering processes than ever before. Many companies deploy Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) or Product Data Management (PDM) solutions to enable these changes.
In this well researched eBook from Lifecycle Insights, you will learn the facts about four major engineering product development challenges and the steps successful organizations take to address them:
Get it right with less than ever
Managing and mitigating regulatory and legal risk
Global development across the enterprise
Often small to medium-sized businesses make do with the tools they have to manage their product data. Paper, spreadsheets and email are often used throughout the product development and engineering change management processes. These tools can wreak havoc when product information is released into production.
But there’s no need to settle for inefficient, frustrating product change management. There are other options to help control product information and share changes across the organization and supply chain.
This whitepaper outlines three product change management realities which may be holding you back and five fixes to rescue your change process.
Download this whitepaper and learn how to accelerate ECO turnaround by 80 percent.
As the nature of product development shifts to keep up with the pace of global innovation, manufacturers must understand that using the wrong tools can cripple a company's ability to innovate and deliver quality products on time.
Download this whitepaper and learn:
The limitations and risks of managing your bill of materials (BOM) with the wrong tool
The difference between PDM and PLM systems and the benefits of using both
Efficient ways to share product data with internal team members and external partners
New advancements in battery technology are having a disruptive impact on product design in the dynamic consumer electronics sector.
It's a domino effect. When a change to a component occurs there's a rapid engineering effort to incorporate, source and purchase the component. Manufacturing line/tooling, cut-ins, as well as the production floor are impacted and then there's dealing with scrap and rework, marketing and servicing.
Companies without the vision and solution to respond to change and adopt new technologies quickly could lose in this competitive fast-paced high tech market.
Discover how Arena PLM helps product companies shift product direction quickly to turn today's disruptive changes into tomorrow's "Next Big Thing".
Today's innovative companies are built on the shoulders of the engineering teams responsible for designing products. Smart companies invest in tools that translate into better products. A modern Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) solution removes tedious admin responsibilities, streamlines the design environment, and empowers engineers to collaborate more efficiently with other departments.
In short, PLM enables engineers to make the organization more profitable by allowing them to spend more time focused on the task they do best: designing innovative, world-class products.
In this whitepaper, we focus on how PLM empowers engineers to spend more time on product design by optimizing their relationship with the different departments across the organization with which they must interact.
How PLM streamlines the design cycle
The keys to empowering engineers
Real world business examples of PLM success
Your 12 month subscription package to Hydrocarbon Engineering will include: 12 monthly issues of Hydrocarbon Engineering: Offering a blend of well researched international reports, regional forecasts, technical articles and case studies, and including the annual "World Review", and "Engineering Contractor's Overview" features.
It is written and edited for the individuals who perform a design engineering function. It provides technical information in the following areas:
Design and development, how-to, in-depth technical articles
Current technical news coverage
Ideas, examples of how someone else solved a design problem
Personal, professional and management information
Commercial assistance by means of new product announcements and manufacturers literature listings
Continuous engineering can help manufacturers transform their business models to take advantage of the opportunities offered by the IoT, while enabling engineers to address the challenges of developing the next generation of smart products. Learn more in this IBM white paper, which explores how you can use the best practices of continuous engineering to harness the power of the IoT and increase the pace of innovation to obtain a strategic advantage.
Discover some simple dos and don'ts for better business to let you:
View, share, edit and request specs 24/7 out in the field.
Avoid bouncebacks when sending large animations and other files.
Access files instantly to see the latest phase of your projects.
This white paper describes a technique for defining processes called SIPOC (Suppliers, Inputs, Process, Outputs, and Customers). SIPOC provides a structured way to define the key elements of any process. SIPOC can be used as a means of defining any of the service management processes presented in ITIL® best practices. Furthermore, SIPOC can be used as the preliminary input into the more formal documentation of a process in one of many process design tools.
Switches play a vital role in moving data from one device to another. Specifically, switches greatly improve network performance, compared to hubs, by providing dedicated bandwidth to each end device, supporting full-duplex connectivity, utilizing the MAC address table to make forwarding decisions, and utilizing ASICs and CAM tables to increase the rate at which frames can be processed.
Microsoft Office 365 has a vast array of features to explore. A rich administration interface, streamlined security, and versatile migration options make this one of the most interesting products when it comes to a SaaS public cloud solution.
In this white paper, you'll discover what SAP BusinessObjects and Web Intelligence can deliver. When it comes to accessing large amounts of data and then creating customized and sophisticated analytical reports, you'll see why Web Intelligence is a wise choice.
The network forensics market is set to dramatically expand as increasing numbers of organizations become the victims of malware attacks. Limiting the damage from these incursions, and avoiding potentially crippling losses, are key motivators for businesses of any size. And network forensics offers a powerful set of tools to help companies achieve those goals.
Cisco recently announced changes to the existing voice and video certifications and detailed the new collaboration certification portfolio. This white paper provides an overview of the changes to Cisco certifications with respect to voice and video, outlining dates, and deadlines that may affect your certification process.
Security is complicated, which has led to the many misconceptions and misunderstandings. By paying attention to these 10 concerns that security experts want you to know, you can gain knowledge and understanding about security and be securer both at work and in your personal life.
We build requirements at a quantum level to connect the vital elements, which are needed to realize a requirement. As we consider the relationships between the behaviors, actions, and responses, we begin to identify and associate the characteristics and conditions, which will drive and constrain the behaviors. Realizing a requirement means joining these elements together and noting them as elements of the requirement and not individual requirements in of themselves.
Authored by the engineers or scientists who did the work, the briefs span a wide array of fields, including electronics, physical sciences, materials, computer software, mechanics, machinery/automation, manufacturing/fabrication, mathematics/information sciences, and life sciences. NASA Tech Briefs also contains feature articles on successful NASA spinoffs, profiles of NASA tech transfer resources, news briefs, and application stories. Regular columns describe new patents, industry products, software, and literature.
3D Printing is more than just prototyping. Today, 3D Printing offers transformative advantages at every phase of creation, from initial concept design to production of final products and all steps in between. Today's competitive environment makes choosing the right 3D printers more important than ever.
Learn how to choose the right 3D printer for any application:
The key performance attributes to consider
Why in some cases, acquiring multiple technologies may be the answer to satisfy your unique application needs
And much more
Your application will help you decide what color quality you require in a 3D printer. Whether you're printing conceptual models, architectural models, figurines, medical models or artistic pieces, color is clearly important for your 3D models. But to get true, life-like color, there is no alternative to the ColorJet Printing (CJP) technology from 3D Systems.