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Computational Tribology

Simulating Physics

06.12.2017 tribonet 49 Views
Nature is quantum mechanical, and UCSB/Google researchers are ready to study it with a nine-qubit array and the problem of many-body localization When does a metal stop being metallic? When do atoms start breaking the […]
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Computational Tribology

Computer matches Humans at predicting How Objects Move

02.08.2017 tribonet 84 Views
“3-D physics engine” from the Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory simulates the human brain to infer physical properties. We humans take for granted our remarkable ability to predict things that happen around us. For […]
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Computational Tribology

Say “modeling” not “simulation”

24.07.2017 tribonet 970 Views
Richard M. Stallman, founder and president of the Free Software Foundation and founding father of the GNU Project, has a long been repeating “say GNU, not Linux” although he has not had much success. In the same sense, from this corner […]
Computational Tribology

Virtual laboratory: Fast, flexible and exact

08.07.2017 tribonet 113 Views
The mechanical properties of sheet metal materials are directional: their deformation behavior and their strength differ significantly depending on the viewing direction, for example in the direction of rolling or transversely to it. Numerous complex […]