Welcome to our monthly roundup of the best links on the internet about engineering, physics, and computer modeling! This month’s edition is full of interesting videos, articles, and resources to keep you up to date with the world of computer-assisted engineering, and discrete elements methods.
Simulating the Real World
- Tiny gravitational nudges could cause some of the funky orbits we see in the outer reaches of our solar system.
- Researchers hope to develop a new computer model to understand how bacteria and our body’s mucus interact.
- When one of the largest copper mines in the world converted from an open-pit mine to underground, they had to build an efficient ore transportation belt conveyor.
- Microparticles could improve the efficiency of a drug or vaccine, but first researchers have to design a syringe that won’t get clogged with the grain-of-sand sized particles.
- What exactly happens when you taste things? Thanks to computer simulations, we now know the answer.
News from Coupi
- Research innovation has and will continue to completely change our world. At Coupi, we have a passion for innovative solutions.