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  • What Is the Reynolds Number Formula?

    What Is the Reynolds Number Formula?

    The Reynolds number formula for laminar flow and its deviation into turbulence is shown in this article.

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  • Implementing a Data Management System for Electronics

    Implementing a Data Management System for Electronics

    A well-organized data management system helps you categorize project documentation as part of the PLM process.

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  • How to Create an Exponential Source SPICE Model

    How to Create an Exponential Source SPICE Model

    Modeling designs help engineers verify whether their circuit will function as intended. This tutorial will teach you how to create an Exponential Source SPICE model.

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  • Calculating Enthalpy in Thermodynamic Units

    Calculating Enthalpy in Thermodynamic Units

    Calculating enthalpy is a good way to understand the energy required for the work to be done in a flow system.

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  • Supersonic Laminar Flow in CFD Problems

    Supersonic Laminar Flow in CFD Problems

    Supersonic aircraft can experience drag during supersonic laminar flow. The development of this flow over an aircraft is examined as a CFD problem in this article.

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  • Understanding the Standard Enthalpy of Formation

    Understanding the Standard Enthalpy of Formation

    In standard conditions, the standard enthalpy of formation represents the value of reaction enthalpy. Learn more in our brief article.

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  • DDR5 vs. DDR6: Advantages and Disadvantages

    DDR5 vs. DDR6: Advantages and Disadvantages

    Learn more about DDR5 design challenges, particularly signal integrity issues, and how to compare DDR5 vs. DDR6 modules.

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  • The Role of Oscillators in Microcontrollers

    The Role of Oscillators in Microcontrollers

    Learn more about the types of available oscillators used for generating clock signals in microcontrollers.

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  • Using Standard 50 Ohm Coaxial Cables for High Power and Voltage Transfer

    Using Standard 50 Ohm Coaxial Cables for High Power and Voltage Transfer

    Learn why 50 Ohm is the standard impedance for systems requiring maximum power and voltage transfer in our brief article.

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  • How to Create a Sine Source Spice Model

    How to Create a Sine Source Spice Model

    Modeling designs help engineers verify whether their circuit will function as intended. This tutorial will teach you how to create a sine source SPICE model.

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  • How to Create a DC Source SPICE Model

    How to Create a DC Source SPICE Model

    Modeling designs help engineers verify whether their circuit will function as intended. This tutorial will teach you how to create a DC source SPICE model.

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  • How to Create a Pulse Source SPICE Model

    How to Create a Pulse Source SPICE Model

    Modeling designs help engineers verify whether their circuit will function as intended. This tutorial will teach you how to create a pulse source SPICE model.

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  • How to Create a Piecewise Linear Source SPICE Model

    How to Create a Piecewise Linear Source SPICE Model

    Modeling designs help engineers verify whether their circuit will function as intended. This tutorial will teach you how to create an piecewise linear source SPICE model.

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  • A CAD Librarian’s Role in Manufacturability

    A CAD Librarian’s Role in Manufacturability

    A CAD librarian plays a huge role in the successful outcome of a finished printed circuit board. Read on to learn more about their role and how they contribute.

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  •  Ferrite Filters: Types, Characteristics, and Applications

    Ferrite Filters: Types, Characteristics, and Applications

    Learn how ferrite beads, ferrite cores, and ferrite core inductors function as ferrite filters in our brief article.

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  • What Is the Scope of PLM Features Needed for Electronics?

    What Is the Scope of PLM Features Needed for Electronics?

    Electronic products follow a unique design and testing workflow that is more technical than in other industries. Here’s how your PLM scope should accommodate your products.

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  • Protecting LEDs With LED Current Limiting Resistors

    Protecting LEDs With LED Current Limiting Resistors

    LED current limiting resistors protect LED circuits from overcurrent. Learn more about these resistors in our brief article.

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  • A Look at the PLM Process for Electronics

    A Look at the PLM Process for Electronics

    Operations and methodologies surrounding PLM processes are different for electronics compared to software or consumer products.

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  • Cloud PLM Systems Are Linking Modern Engineering Applications

    Cloud PLM Systems Are Linking Modern Engineering Applications

    Cloud PLM systems are the way today’s innovative companies develop new products, plan manufacturing, manage lifecycles, and much more.

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  • The Dynamics of Thermal Heat Flux

    The Dynamics of Thermal Heat Flux

    We will discuss the important role thermal heat flux measurements play in heat transfer analysis in this brief article.

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