About Michael Alba
Michael Alba
Michael is the subject leader for the CAD and Simulation sections of engineering.com. He also contributes to IoT, Electronics, Hardware, and more. Michael holds a degree in Engineering Physics from the University of Alberta.

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LiveWorx 2019: AI, AR and the Future of Life
PTC CEO Jim Heppelmann’s thoughts on digital transformation (and the US President).
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Mountain Biking Gets a Boost from Generative Design
Why a team of passionate bikers started a bike company using topology optimization in their designs.
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How a High-Schooler Trying to Save Water Got a Crash Course in Engineering
18-year old Tucker Sawyer explains what he learned building an automotive heat exchanger.
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Designing Premium Aircraft Interiors with Siemens Femap
Why AIM Altitude chose Femap for its FEA simulations.
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Using CFD for Cleaner Fireplace Design
How Stove Builder International used FloEFD to meet new emissions regulations.
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Which Technologies Will Transform CAD?
What can CAD trends tell us about the future of design, and what can’t they?
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Dyndrite Announces GPU-Native Modeling Kernel
Accelerated Geometry Kernel (AGK) launches alongside Additive Toolkit for CAD-to-Print additive manu...
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Autodesk Announces Inventor 2020
Latest release includes a refreshed look and performance enhancements.
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AutoCAD 2020 Now Available
Update includes dark mode, new quick measure tool, and more
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Geometric Search Engine Physna Allows Designers to Lookup 3D Models
New application aims to be the “Google of the physical world.”
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Lumion 9.3 adds LiveSync for Vectorworks
The rendering application’s latest release also adds LiveSync enhancements.
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Communication Is Key in Consumer Electronics Product Design
Effective electromechanical design collaboration is essential.
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Working Together for Better Electromechanical Design
How electrical and mechanical designers can work together more effectively.
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What’s the Difference Between GeForce and Quadro Graphics Cards?
A look into NVIDIA’s two most prominent graphics cards lineups.
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4 Rules for Better Electrical and Mechanical Design Collaboration
How to improve collaboration on interdisciplinary design teams.
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The Human Element of Electromechanical Collaboration
An expert’s advice on what’s important in electrical and mechanical design collaboration.
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Stepping Up: Using Interactive Simulation for Custom Stairs and Railings
How Keuka Studios uses ANSYS Discovery Live in its architectural metalwork.
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Is There A Better Approach to Design Software?
How integrated, cloud-based platforms and a database architecture can mitigate design pitfalls.
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The Value of Integrated Electrical and Mechanical Design
Integrated software tools could lead to time savings and improved product quality.
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Digital Twins, Physical Twins and CubeSats: The Story of RadioBro
How the Becnel brothers began their aerospace electronics company.
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