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Grey Lerner – Employee Spotlight

“An enjoyable thing about the profession, which I am continuously surprised by, is that so much of our world is calculable.” Time at SIGMADESIGN: 10 Years What was your youth like? I grew up in Western Montana, in the country. There was a lot of opportunity for me to partake in outdoor activities like hiking, hunting, biking and playing. My …

computational fluid dynamics helps visualize where there is greater airflow and cooling potential within an electronic enclosure

Fluid Flow Analysis Utilizing Computational Fluid Dynamics

By Grey Lerner, Mechanical Engineer Determining the flow state of fluids is required in order to solve many types of engineering problems. Gases and liquids, both considered fluids, are used for many purposes including system temperature control, media transport, atmospheric control, and automation. Ascertaining how fluids will flow through a system can be critical to its operation.  A fluid’s flow …

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SIGMADESIGN SUMMER INTERNSHIP PROGRAM 2018

What is our hiring philosophy? Grow by hiring, developing, and recognizing the best. Why an Internship Program? At SIGMADESIGN, we believe the inventive work we are doing is exciting and revolutionizing. We believe this creative and scientific work must continue long-term, so we are making efforts to invest in the next generation of engineers and designers. Our hope is that …

EMPLOYEE SPOTLIGHT – PAM DESHON-STEPP

Position at SIGMADESIGN: Engineering Project Manager {I value being surrounded by people who treat each other well and do great work.} I am a Project Manager with 19 years of mechanical design and management experience. My experience includes strategy and planning, deployment, technology integration, bench-marking, requirements definition, and team leadership. I enjoy project management on a variety of new product development projects …

HOW ANALYTICAL AND EMPIRICAL APPROACHES RESULT IN HOLISTIC SOLUTIONS

By Peter Nikiforov, Mechanical Engineer INTRODUCTION For Engineers, solving complex problems involves both analytical and empirical techniques to find comprehensive solutions. Engineers often use analytical approaches to solve problems, but in many cases, analysis combined with empirical findings lead to a complete solution. It is important to realize engineering is strongly dependent on both approaches and that they are not …