XyceTM Parallel Electronic Simulator 4.0.2 is the world’s first analog tool capable of full simulation of large digital-circuit systems through the use of massively parallel computation, rather than resorting to accuracy-compromising simplifications used by other tools. Xyce, under development at Sandia since 1999, accurately simulates more than 10 million circuit elements on hundreds of processors, far exceeding any other simulation tool.
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Silicon Micromachined Dimensional Calibration Artifact for Mesoscale Measurement Machines was designed to help improve measurement accuracy for miniaturized devices, such as fuel injectors, watch components, and inkjet printer parts. The Sandia MEMS-based three-dimensional physical artifact is 10 times more accurate and much less expensive than the former gold standard and can be used to calibrate a variety of inspection systems.
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Superhydrophobic Coating has a transparent coating that is impermeable to water. The coating can be applied by any standard method, including spin-coating, dip-coating, aerosol spraying, and ink-jet printing. Superhydrophobic coating has many potential applications, including preventing corrosion; protecting electronics and antiquities; and providing a new, more efficient surface to collect pure water.
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