Essential Remote Monitoring During Pandemic

2020-09-15T12:38:34-07:00

Essential Remote Monitoring is essential with the COVID-19 pandemic happening all over the world . Demands on companies and people think and act differently despite challenging odds.

Essential Remote Monitoring During Pandemic2020-09-15T12:38:34-07:00

Ventilation Exemption Letter – Mechanical Engineers Help

2020-09-15T12:38:35-07:00

A Ventilation Exemption Letter could be on the rise after the Shelter in Place /Social Distancing is released.

Ventilation Exemption Letter – Mechanical Engineers Help2020-09-15T12:38:35-07:00

Medical Face Shields – 3D Printing

2020-09-15T12:38:40-07:00

Helping the Medical Community – Have a 3D Printer? Medical Face Shields during the Th COVID-19 outbreak continues to expand globally. Information from healthcare organizations say that some distributors have placed certain types of personal protective equipment (PPE) on allocation, therefore, Basing the quantity of Medical Face Shields available to the healthcare organization on previous usage, not projected use.  This formula greatly puts the front-line health workers at great risk. Medical Face Shields simple in design, produced and assembled by hobbyists on their own home 3D printers.  Searching for a way to help the medical workforce?  Already have a 3D [...]

Medical Face Shields – 3D Printing2020-09-15T12:38:40-07:00

Medical Robots – Role Expands

2020-09-15T12:38:43-07:00

Medical Robots while in high demand, medical professionals seek hands-free ways to disinfect environments, helping contain the spread of coronavirus . COVID-19. Hospitals in China, for example,

Medical Robots – Role Expands2020-09-15T12:38:43-07:00

Electric Trucks : Class C and More

2020-09-15T12:38:44-07:00

rying to get commercial truck drivers to accept an electric vehicle over the internal combustion engine that they've known for years will be a challenge, but not an impossible one.What it's going to take is getting more concept vehicles out there, and giving more people the opportunity to ride in these vehicles. I

Electric Trucks : Class C and More2020-09-15T12:38:44-07:00

Hydrogel Adhesive: Healing Wounds

2020-09-15T12:38:45-07:00

Cuts, scrapes, blisters, burns, splinters, and punctures there are a number of ways broken skin happens, Hydrogel Adhesive helps. Most treatments for skin wounds involve simply placing a barrier over them (usually an adhesive gauze bandage). This keeps it moist, limit pain, and reduces exposure to infectious microbes. A new, scalable approach to speeding up wound healing, developed based on heat-responsive hydrogels. Mechanically active, stretchy, tough, highly adhesive, and antimicrobial, active adhesive dressings (AADs). To close wounds significantly faster than other methods and prevent bacterial growth without additional apparatus or stimuli. https://glewengineering.com/engineers-add-new-updates-to-medical-advances-2019/ This technology has the potential use not only [...]

Hydrogel Adhesive: Healing Wounds2020-09-15T12:38:45-07:00

Alternative to Polystyrene Foam

2020-08-03T00:56:43-07:00

Alternatives for Polystyrene Foam, Made from petroleum, Styrofoam is used in everything from coffee cups, building materials and construction, transportation, and packaging industries. Made from toxic ingredients, depends on petroleum.

Alternative to Polystyrene Foam2020-08-03T00:56:43-07:00

Wearable Brain-Machine Developed by Interface – Could Control a Wheelchair, Vehicle, or Computer

2020-08-03T00:57:58-07:00

Wearable Brain Machine Combining new classes of nanomembrane electrodes with flexible electronics and a deep learning algorithm could help disabled people wirelessly control an electric wheelchair. Interacting with a computer, or operate a small robotic vehicle without donning a bulky hair-electrode cap or contending with wires. This work reports fundamental strategies to design an ergonomic, portable EEG system for a broad range of assistive devices, smart home systems, and neuro-gaming interfaces. Not to mention, primary innovation is in the development of a fully integrated package of high-resolution EEG monitoring systems and circuits within a miniaturized skin-conformal system.” The Brain-Machine Interface [...]

Wearable Brain-Machine Developed by Interface – Could Control a Wheelchair, Vehicle, or Computer2020-08-03T00:57:58-07:00

Semiconductor Industry Growth Continues

2019-09-13T15:21:35-07:00

  Worldwide semiconductor revenue hit and all-time-record of $120.8B in Q2 2018, which represents an almost 4.5% quarter over quarter growth. More Integrated Circuits are being put into traditional products, such as enterprise data storage units and smart phones. Now cars, refrigerators, and a whole host of Internet of Things, are integrating chip sets into their products as well. Memory dominates chip production and usage, and has helped to keep Samsung in its leadership position. (Record Fab Spending) Samsung Remains the Number One Semiconductor Manufacturer Samsung posed Q218 revenue of $19.2B and Intel came in at $16.7B. Uncertainty at [...]

Semiconductor Industry Growth Continues2019-09-13T15:21:35-07:00

Mechanical Engineering Consulting Firm Evaluates 3D Software Using Motorcycle Frame – Part 1

2019-09-12T14:32:55-07:00

Fig. 1 A street bike shown in CAD mesh. Mechanical Engineering Consulting Group Evaluates 3D CAD Programs Mechanical Engineering Consulting Testing of Creo™, Solidworks™, and Inventor™ Mechanical Engineering Consulting service companies largely use one of three 3D CAD programs: Creo™, Solidworks™, and Inventor™.  At Glew Engineering, we have licensed seats of all three CAD mechanical design packages.  We reviewed the CAD workflow and feature sets of each 3D CAD program using motorcycle frame design as an example.  Also, we showed that some of the specialized commands of each 3D CAD software programs are better suited for specific tasks. Our engineers [...]

Mechanical Engineering Consulting Firm Evaluates 3D Software Using Motorcycle Frame – Part 12019-09-12T14:32:55-07:00

Window Energy Efficiency: Solar Heat Gain and Visible Transmittance

2018-08-22T11:55:28-07:00

Conduction and Radiation of Thermal Energy In my last blog post, I wrote about the conduction and radiation of thermal energy through windows and the thermal transmittance value, called the U-Factor, that characterizes that heat transfer.  The U-factor is useful in evaluating window performance and making wise decisions when specifying components for a building, but it is only one piece of the puzzle.  The National Fenestration Research Council (NFRC) mandates a second value alongside U-factor in its certification process, called the Solar Heat Gain Coefficient (SHGC).  SHGC represents the ability of a window to resist [...]

Window Energy Efficiency: Solar Heat Gain and Visible Transmittance2018-08-22T11:55:28-07:00

Italian Masters: Leonardo da Vinci – Artist, Engineer, Scientist

2018-02-20T13:14:29-08:00

Figure 1: Leonardo da Vinci, by Francesco Melzi Over the course of this blog series, I have written about a number of Italian Masters of science and engineering, from astronomers like Galileo and Cassini to physicists like Torricelli and Venturi.  I’ve saved the best for last, however: Leonardo da Vinci.  He is the quintessential renaissance man who fits both our running definition of “Italian Master” as well as being included in the standard list of Masters with Rafael, Donatello and Michelangelo  Leonardo’s incredibly broad array of talents and interests have long been the subjects of movies, books, TV shows, and, of late, [...]

Italian Masters: Leonardo da Vinci – Artist, Engineer, Scientist2018-02-20T13:14:29-08:00

Italian Masters: Galileo’s Stellar Science and Engineering

2018-02-21T10:55:17-08:00

Portrait of Galileo Galilei Justus Sustermans [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons I’d like to return to our previous series on the Italian Masters, focused not on the usual masters or painting and sculpture but on the masters or science, mathematics, and engineering.  So far in the series I’ve written about the accomplishments of Volta, Cassini, Venturi and Torricelli.  Today, I’d like to look at one of the greats: Galileo Galilei.  Galileo is most famous today for standing up for heliocentrism against the Catholic Church and spending the last years of his life under house arrest as [...]

Italian Masters: Galileo’s Stellar Science and Engineering2018-02-21T10:55:17-08:00

Lean and Agile Mechanical Engineering: Part 1

2018-04-05T16:41:05-07:00

Applying agile development principles to mechanical engineering.

Lean and Agile Mechanical Engineering: Part 12018-04-05T16:41:05-07:00

Project Management Elements Part Two: The Engineering Specification

2018-02-28T14:30:49-08:00

Engineering project management and the importance of the Engineering Specification

Project Management Elements Part Two: The Engineering Specification2018-02-28T14:30:49-08:00

Series on Semiconductor Processing and Integrated Circuits, Part 6: Multilayer Photoresist Processing

2018-03-02T11:35:50-08:00

A look at multilayer photoresist processing.

Series on Semiconductor Processing and Integrated Circuits, Part 6: Multilayer Photoresist Processing2018-03-02T11:35:50-08:00
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