Animated eddy current densities in the stranded winding of an electrical machines. Rarely seen in public – read the post for more details!
Eddy current problems are usually linear and time-invariant. Thus, they can be fully modelled with their impulse response function.
Infographics are awesome. Everybody loves them. Here’s an infographic on finite element analysis, which’s gotta be even cooler.
Lettus (like Finnish crepes) taste better than anything. Unfortunately, they are somewhat fattening for normal adults. Here’s a diet-friendly upgrade.
Today is the International Day for Failure. Here’s why you should take a moment or two to contemplate everything you ever did wrong.
I found another blog about finite element analysis called FEAforAll.com. It’s a nice resource on structural mechanics – check it out.