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Ansys | October 06, 2020
New multi-year agreement aids Cummins in efforts to create more sustainable engines, drives enterprise-wide collaboration and supports initiatives related to PLANET 2050. Cummins engineers are using Ansys' SPDM platform and physics-based digital twins to speed digital transformation. Cummins Inc. (NYSE: CMI) is using Ansys (NASDAQ: ANSS) in its research related to improving emissions profiles, performance and other attributes of diesel and alternative fuel engines. Through a new multi-...
The Engineer | March 05, 2020
Engineering – a damn dirty job or an exciting and diverse career choice? Overcoming perceptions about engineering and what a career in the sector involves is half the battle in raising awareness and increasing uptake of subjects that lead into engineering and technology. This is a job that needs to be done on multiple levels – from raising awareness among influencers such as teachers and parents, to bringing the topic to schoolchildren as young as possible and inspiring them from the...
PBC Today | February 20, 2020
The technical team at structural warranty specialists Advantage Insurance take a look at what constitutes best practice for foundations in 2020. For this construction-focused edition of PBC Today, we’ve taken a look at the various options for foundations most commonly used within the construction industry today, and have also considered the key variables which will affect the final choice of foundations at the design stage. We also provide information on current building regulations and Br...
Savannah Morning News | February 18, 2020
Georgia’s timber industry, which already tops the nation in a number of categories, may get a boost from new technology that lets developers construct mid-rise office buildings made mostly of wood. The General Assembly is considering legislation asking the state Department of Community Affairs to recommend whether Georgia should adopt a provision in the International Building Code that allows buildings constructed of mass timber to rise as high as 18 stories. The state building code limits...
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