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Podiumsgespräch: Für Fortschritt und Nachhaltigkeit - Weiterbildung interdisziplinär

Roman Stumpf, Svenja Schulze, Anke Hanft, Helmut Hoyer & Görge Deerberg

2.3 More Rappture Objects

Michael McLennan
00:09 More Rappture Objects 00:19 Groups 01:50 Group of Groups 03:27 Phase 05:55 Enable/disable 08:00 Enable/disable 10:03 Enable/disable groups 12:43 Notes 15:45 Notes 17:21 Under the hood: XML 19:35 Under the hood: XML 20:54 Atoms 22:39 Assignment #7: Add options to Spirograph

2.1 Review of Scientific Programming in C and Fortran

Michael McLennan
00:09 Rappture with C and Fortran 00:26 Example: app-fermi in C 01:41 What is the interface? 03:29 Same interface - Use C Language 03:56 Generate program and Makefile 04:16 Add physics to the generated code 05:04 Add physics to the generated code 05:18 Build the program 06:07 Running the code 06:53 How your program gets invoked 10:03 Not Much Overhead 11:38 Fortran version 12:27 Same interface - Use C Language 12:36 Add physics to the...

1.2 What's Under the Hood?

Michael McLennan
00:09 What's Under the Hood? 00:27 Example: Fermi function tool 01:18 Tool Definition File 01:54 Running produces a driver file 02:52 Running produces a driver file 03:50 Running your program 04:20 Program produces a run file 05:03 Tool Definition File 06:49 All Together 09:36 Run file is a complete record of the run 11:23 How does your program get invoked? 11:59 How your program gets invoked 16:23 Object names in tool.xml and in your program...

Entropy, information and order in soft matter

Sharon Glotzer
Entropy, information, and order are important concepts in many fields, relevant for materials to machines, for biology to econophysics. Entropy is typically associated with disorder; yet, the counterintuitive notion that a thermodynamic system of hard particles (colloids) might - due solely to entropy - spontaneously assemble from a fluid phase into an ordered crystal was first predicted in the mid-20th century. First demonstrated for rods, and then spheres, the ordering of colloids by entropy maximization...

Inflationary Cosmology: Is Our Universe Part of a Multiverse?

Alan Guth

Innovative inspection and measurement solutions

Thomas Laumeyer

LBIC

Mikkel Jørgensen

Laboratory tour: IBS Precision Engineering - Contactless web handling

Teunis Van Dam

Interview with Thomas Laumeyer

Thomas Laumeyer

Interview with Silvania Pereira

Silvania Pereira

14 - Wir berechnen den Break-Even-Punkt - Kostenfunktion, Erlösfunktion und Gewinnschwelle

Günter Jakob Lauth

5 - Klausuraufgabe zur mehrstufigen Divisionskalkulation

Günter Jakob Lauth

7 - Klausuraufgabe zur Plankostenrechnung

Günter Jakob Lauth

8 - Klausuraufgabe zur Break-Even-Rechnung

Günter Jakob Lauth

12 - Klausuraufgabe: Kurzfristige Erfolgsrechnung

Günter Jakob Lauth

14 Übungsaufgabe - Welche Alternative ist kostengünstiger (Investitionsrechnung)

Günter Jakob Lauth

8 Übungsaufgabe - Wie ermitteln wir Gemeinkostenzuschlagsätze aus dem BAB

Günter Jakob Lauth

Mechanical properties of steel 19: strain hardening

Bruno C. De Cooman
The 19th in a series of lectures given by Professor Bruno de Cooman of the Graduate Institute of Ferrous Technology, POSTECH, South Korea. Deals with the theory and practice of strain hardening.

Mechanical properties of steel 14: theoretical strength

Bruno C. De Cooman
The 14th in a series of lectures given by Professor Bruno de Cooman of the Graduate Institute of Ferrous Technology, POSTECH, South Korea. Deals with the theoretical strength of iron.

Mechanical properties of steel 13: defects, irradiation

Bruno C. De Cooman
The 13th in a series of lectures given by Professor Bruno de Cooman of the Graduate Institute of Ferrous Technology, POSTECH, South Korea. Deals with point defects, dislocation loops, irradiation, crystal plasticity.

Mechanical properties of steel 12: dislocations and other defects

Bruno C. De Cooman
The 12th in a series of lectures given by Professor Bruno de Cooman of the Graduate Institute of Ferrous Technology, POSTECH, South Korea. Continues the discussion of dislocations and other defects in steels, including for example, jogs and vacancies.

Mechanical properties of steel 8: formability

Bruno C. De Cooman
The eighth in a series of lectures given by Professor Bruno de Cooman of the Graduate Institute of Ferrous Technology, POSTECH, South Korea. This particular lecture deals in more detail with the formability of steels, particularly those for automotive applications.

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