WIDL


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WIDLWeb Interface Definition Language
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Still, if analysis is finally done at all, firms (such as clients of WIDL, for example) often stop at a working solution, as they run out of time and money allocated to the product being developed to attempt to optimize it through simulation (even though models would have been built which should further help reach the best solution, in terms of optimizing materials, designs and processes).
WIDL offers a seminar on extrusion (in Windsor, or in major cities in North America) for more detailed explanations on the subject matter; such seminars could also be scheduled at client companies and tailored to specific products.
In 1767, the larger Latin play was Clementia Croesi by Rufinus Widl. Whether at Widl's own instigation, or pressure from Leopold Mozart (12) or Archbishop Schrattenbach, Widl also wrote a libretto titled Apollo et Hyacinthus for which Mozart was asked to provide the music.
Probably due to the conservative tastes of Salzburg, Widl structured the libretto as a traditional opera seria using five characters: Zephyrus, Hyacinthus, Apollo, Melia (sister of Hyacinthus), and Oebalus (father of Hyacinthus and Melia).
Many companies developed internal CSR equipment to account for polymers' viscoelastic effects (including WIDL).
A testing apparatus at the University of Windsor (cf: http:// www1.uwindsor.ca) WIDL used consists of applying various normal weights on an elastomeric sample mounted to a harder substrate, an assembly to then drag on a mating surface representative of the contact, lubricated or not, at varying speeds.
This means running further experiments to define a "minimum pressure to seal." Figure 5 shows a setup at WIDL to compress a ring gasket of square cross-section (a matter of simplicity), then pressurize its inside bore until sealing.
A testing apparatus at the University of Windsor ((RW+)) WIDL has used in the past is shown in figure 9; this consists of applying various normal weights onto an elastomeric sample mounted to a harder substrate, then dragging on a mating surface representative of the contact, lubricated or not, at varying speeds.
The tool shop wisely contacted WIDL for a more accurate cavity-fill analysis, considering the curing of rubber, before proceeding to weld all existing single gates in the eight cavities within each of the four molds, and re-machining two "drops" for each cavity (of the proper size and location) instead.
From various analyses in eDesign at WIDL, it was concluded that a second gate was necessary for each of the eight cavities on each of the four production molds (figures 3 and 4).
Complementarily, WIDL provides plastics/rubber characterization for modeling, and assistance in the optimization of products and processes, as needed, on the VEL or with testing or computing tools complementing the VEL.
In the end, the limited usage of computer aided engineering (CAE) or finite element analysis (FEA) results in inefficiencies and a lack of design creativity, according to WIDL.