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MapleSim to VisSim

Rapid physical modeling, analysis and model deployment to VisSim.

Using HyperWorks to Generate Electrically Large Surface Meshes for Radar Cross Section or Antenna Placement Simulation

Radar Cross Section (RCS) and installed antenna placement are important parameters for aircraft designs. RCS is a measure of how detectable an object, such as an aircraft, is with radar. A large RCS indicates that an object, such as a jet aircraft, is easily detected.<br><br> SELEX Galileo used HyperWorks to generate arbitrarily large surface meshes, with defined electrical properties at the element level, for use with electromagnetic (EM) solvers to calculate either RCS of an aircraft or to determine where to place an antenna for optimum performance.<br><br> For this case study a fast-jet aircraft with approximately 100 million mesh elements was assessed for radar tracking and avoidance capabilities.

Composite Plate Optimization with Practical Design Constraints

Composite free size optimization has the potential to generate weight savings and performance improvements for many applications of composite structures. Key to realizing such improvements is practical application of design and manufacturing constraints in the optimization model.

Bird strike on an aeroplane underbelly fairing

What is the DIGIMAT advantage for composites?

HyperWorks 13.0 Lightweight Design and Composites

Altair is well-known for its expertise in designing lightweight and composites structures. In this webinar some of the new and enhanced features developed in HyperWorks 13.0 for composites modeling and visualization will be presented along with new material laws and failure criteria for laminated composites and polymers. New composites forming functionalities in HyperForm and the HyperMesh drape estimator will also be shown.

Advance Electromangnetic Simulations and their Applications in Oil & Gas Industry

Advances in computational electromagnetic tools have made electromagnetic (EM) simulations possible for various applications. Now numerical simulations can be performed to evaluate the effects of antenna design, placement, radiation hazard, EMC/EMI, etc. for wide ranging industry applications. Numerical approaches that include full wave techniques such as Method of Moments (MoM), Multilevel Fast Multipole Method (MLFMM) and asymptotic techniques such as Physical Optics (PO) and Uniform Theory of Diffraction (UTD) are being utilized to solve many challenging problems that were not possible in the past.

Numerical Methods in FEKO

FEKO offers a wide spectrum of numerical methods and hybridizations, each suitable to a specific range of applications. Hybridization of numerical methods allows large and complex EM problems to be solved.

A Comprehensive Process for Composite Design Optimisation

Composite structures offer unmatched design potential as laminate material properties can be tailored almost continuously throughout the structure. Moreover, composite laminate can be manufactured to fit the ideal shape of a structure for aerodynamic and other performances. However, this increased design freedom also brings new challenges for the design process and software. It is shown in this paper that optimization technology is well suited to exploit the potentials that composite materials offer.

Gasoline engine development using LOGEengine

LOGEengine is an integrated simulation method for the prediction and optimization of engine in-cylinder performance parameters and studies of fuel effects on exhaust emissions. It contains a stochastic reactor model for 0D modelling (0d-SRM) with local effects in gas-phase space, direct fuel injection, temperature and species concentrations as random variables, detailed chemical kinetics, prediction of engine exhaust emissions (Soot, NOx, uHC), turbulence consideration via mixing modeling and self-calibration. LOGEengine can also model soot formation for diesel engines using detailed kinetic soot models, with gas phase chemistry, soot particle inception, condensation, coagulation, surface growth and oxidation. It can run equivalence ratio - Temperature (f-T ) diagnostics maps for analysis of regimes of emission formation in diesel engines using zero-dimensional methods with low CPU cost. It analyses local inhomogeneities in gas-phase space for species concentration and temperature due to mixing, fuel injection and heat transfer to cylinder walls, and their influence on soot and NOx formation from different fuels and in individual combustion cycles.

FEKO Integrated in HyperWorks 14.0

Altair’s computer-aided engineering (CAE) simulation software platform for simulation-driven innovation is Hyper- Works, which includes modeling, visualization, analysis and optimization technologies and solutions for structural, impact, electromagnetics, thermal, fluid, systems and manufacturing applications. The electromagnetics solver suite in HyperWorks is FEKO, a comprehensive electromagnetic analysis software used to solve a broad range of electromagnetic problems. It includes a set of hybridized solvers, giving the possibility to combine methods to solve complex and electrically large problems, with all solvers included in the same package.

Multi-disciplinary Optimization of Aero-structures

Learn about how HyperWorks can be used to perform multi-disciplinary analysis and optimization involving structural, thermal, dynamic, and fluid analysis.

A True Full Vehicle Simulation Solution that Enables Engineers to Develop Better Products, Faster

NVH Director is a fully integrated, user-friendly, and customizable solution for optimizing product design and performance. This is achieved by automating complex NVH modeling tasks while reducing solution and problem diagnosis times.<br><br> <i>This is the recorded webinar held on February 29, 2012.</i>

Blank Fit Manager

Blank Fit Manager offers accurate feasibility analysis, efficient cost analysis, an automated and flexible process and seamless forming data mapping.

HyperWorks 11.0 Rollout Webinar Series - Sheet Metal Forming (HyperForm®)

Significant enhancements have been made to HyperForm functionality, usability and performance. Under HyperForm Die Module, an object oriented and browser driven process has been introduced and additional powerful features have been added to make the draw die development process simpler and more intuitive. Major improvements in the multi-stage stamping process setup have been accomplished by integrating it within the User Process browser.

StressCheck Showcase Video

2 minute video introduction to stress analysis software, StressCheck, from ESRD

CFD 10.0 Overview

A high level overview of the new and enhanced features for CFD Analysis in HyperWorks.

Coustyx Datasheet

Overview of Coustyx by ANSOL, used for NVH analysis.

ChassisSim Datasheet

Brief introduction and overview brochure to MDB Analysis technology, ChassisSim.

BikeSim Brochure

Overview of BikeSim, for performing Multibody Dynamics Analysis on motorcycles and other motorized bikes.

HyperWorks On-Demand at HYDAC

HyperWorks On-Demand helps HYDAC with optimization of fluid analysis.

ChassisSim Showcase Video

2 minute video introduction to ChassisSim for multibody dynamics analysis.

Rapid Virtual Prototyping for Thermal Analysis of Electronics

Presentation highlighting applications and trends regarding rapid prototyping in the thermal analysis of electronics.

FEKO: Characteristic Mode Analysis for Ultra-Wideband Antenna Design

FEKO’s Characteristic Mode Analysis capability is used to improve an ultra-wideband antenna.

Waveguide Splitter

See a demonstration of creating an analysis of a waveguide splitter.

A Multifunctional Aerospace Smart Skin Emerges from Computational Models and Physical Experiments

The capability to assess the current or future state of the health of an aircraft to improve safety, availability, and reliability while reducing maintenance costs has been a continuous goal for decades. Many companies, government agencies, and academic institutions have become interested in Integrated Vehicle Health Management (IVHM) and a growing effort of research into “smart” vehicle sensing systems has emerged. Methods to detect damage to aircraft materials and structures have historically relied on visual inspection during pre-flight or post-flight operations by flight and ground crews. More quantitative non-destructive investigations with various instruments and sensors have traditionally been performed when the aircraft is out of operational service during major scheduled maintenance. Through the use of reliable sensors coupled with data monitoring, data mining, and data analysis techniques, the health state of a vehicle can be detected in-situ.

FEKO: Electromagnetic and Thermal Analysis of a Human-Body Model with Implant in MRI

Image quality in magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) depends on good radio-frequency (RF) coil design. Such coils can be designed efficiently in FEKO thanks to the simulation methods the tool offers.

Partner Spotlight: Maplesoft

Jim Dell, the Vice President of Marketing at Maplesoft, discusses MapleSim and Maple for mathematic analysis and analytics.

See what's new in Coustyx 4.01

Learn about the latest features and enhancements available in Coustyx 4.01.

Improving NASA Altair Lunar Lander Design: Optimization Reduces Weight and Meets Design Requirements

Altair® OptiStruct® was used to provide conceptual design ideas necessary to reduce the Altair Lunar Lander Descent Module weight and meet specified design requirements not achieved in the baseline design.

Evolve Bike Seat Model

An Evolve 2015 model of a bicycle seat that was created using basic NURBS modeling tools.

Aircraft Seating Design, Analysis, and Optimization



Evolve Helmet Model

An Evolve 2015 model of a bicycle helmet created using Evolve's polygonal modeling and Nurbify tools.

HyperWorks Helps to Develop Race-Winning Yacht for Volvo Ocean Race 2009

The CAE suite HyperWorks has been used by ABstructures to structurally design and optimize the winning yacht in the Volvo Ocean Race, Ericsson 4. The yacht, skippered by Torben Grael, claimed victory in the Volvo Ocean Race on June 27, 2009 in St. Petersburg, Russia, after 8 months and more than 37,000 nautical miles sailed around the world under the harshest conditions.

FEKO: Electromagnetic Environmental Effects on Aircraft with Composite Materials

FEKO is well-suited for simulations involving anisotropic multi-layer carbon-fiber-reinforced composite materials.

HyperWorks Enables Global Appliance Manufacturer to Use New Material for Stronger, Lower-Cost Product

To qualitatively and quantitatively analyze the stress on the door cover during thermal expansion and contraction, the engineers used HyperMesh, a high-performance finite element pre-processor and RADIOSS, a modern structural analysis and optimization solver, both of which are part of Altair’s HyperWorks suite of computer-aided engineering tools. With these tools, engineers created a computerized simulation of the refrigerator door cover temperature field, employing HyperMesh to create a finely meshed model of the upper and lower covers, while shell elements were used to mesh the steel plate and interior lining, along with solid elements for the foaming material.

HyperWorks helps to improve development processes at F.S. Fehrer Automotive GmbH

F.S. Fehrer Automotive GmbH in Kitzingen is using the HyperWorks Suite to develop seat parts, form cushions and complete vehicle interior systems. The engineers use HyperWorks and especially RADIOSS for static and modal analysis. The seat of a vehicle is the direct and closest connection of the passenger with the automobile. Design and seating comfort play an important role in personalizing the vehicle model and convey the feeling of quality to the passenger. In addition, safety and variability are vital aspects for the development of interior parts of a vehicle.

3D Calculation and Modeling of Eddy Current Losses in a Large Power Transformer

Elimination of hot spots and reduction of eddy current losses in structural parts is one of the important constituents of transformer design. In this work, the eddy current losses in the clamping frame, transformer tank and electromagnetic shielding are calculated using a 3D finite element method. The clamping frame, transformer tank and electromagnetic shielding are modeled by surface impedance method. The paper analyses the effects of electromagnetic shielding and magnetic shunts on the eddy current loss reduction in the transformer tank.

JMAG Showcase Video

Short introductory video to JMAG Designer for electromechanical analysis.<br><br>*Note: This video does not contain audio, but does include subtitles.

Biogemma Uses Improved Memory Sharing to Minimize Research Time

Written by SGI, this case study discusses how Biogemma, a plant biotechnology research firm, used PBS Professional to optimize the analysis pipeline, reducing runtimes by over 60%.

Benchmark Study: Optimized Drop Testing with Dell, Intel and Altair

Dell, Intel and Altair have collaborated to analyze a virtual drop test solution with integrated simulation and optimization analysis, delivering proven gains in speed and accuracy.

Partner Spotlight: CAEfatigue

Dr. Neil Bishop, Chief Executive Officer at CAEfatigue Limited, discusses Random Response Durability Analysis software, CAEfatigue VIBRATION, available through the Altair Partner Alliance.

The Influence of the Injection Molding Process in Structural Analysis

The Altair Partner Alliance's Technical Director reflects on various influences affecting the product engineering process in regards to structural analysis.

solidThinking Activate and CarSim FMI Tutorial Video

This short tutorial introduces the Functional Mockup Interface and how to use solidThinking Activate and CarSim for co-simulation for coupled systems analysis.

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Analysis of Thermal Stress on Motors - Efficient Multiphysics Tools for Thermal Analysis

In this article published in the Magnetics Technology 2017 edition, we look at the application of efficient multiphysics tools for thermal analysis.

3D Printing for Innovative Mold Making Combined with Simulation Driven Design Inspiration Push the Limits for High Performance Castings

Bringing design optimization, fatigue analysis, casting, and 3D printing together addresses the challenges of lightweight design and enables the creation of an innovative design and manufacturing process that enhances performance and efficiency.

Development of Reliability Analysis and Multidisciplinary Design Optimization (RAMDO) Software

In manufacturing industry and DoD, developing and producing optimized and reliable products is the primary goal for success of business, reduction of warranty cost, and success of military operations. As the CAD and CAE tools are advancing, the simulation-based design process is often used to obtain an optimum design, prior to prototype development, to reduce the product development cost. However, a design that is deterministically optimized without inclusion of input uncertainty will be most likely only 50% reliable.

Partner Spotlight: ECS/Magna - FEMFAT

Axel Werkhausen, Manager of Sales & Support at ECS, discusses durability analysis software, FEMFAT, available through the Altair Partner Alliance.

ATCx - A Structural Stress Method for Weld Fatigue in both Shell and Solid Finite Element Models

Presentation on "A Structural Stress Method for Weld Fatigue in both Shell and Solid Finite Element Models." This was presented by Jeff Mentley, DesignLife Specialist, HBM-nCode, at ATCx West on June 18, 2014

AcuNexus Brochure

Short overview of AcuNexus, highlighting benefits and capabilities of the NVH software.

How to Achieve Better Success rates in Aerospace Projects

In this webinar PTB Analytics, an advanced project planning tool will be presented along with relevant information for how it helps users achieve better project results. A specific use case from the aerospace and defense industry will be used.

Design Methodologies for ALM and Lattice parts

Design for additively made parts has become a very hot topic. Many engineers see the potential for topology optimization when designing ALM parts, but once they start the workflow, they tend to get bogged down in how to complete the process.

FEKO for Radiation Hazard / Human Exposure Modelling

Protection against the dangers of excessively high levels of radiation is an important part of any system design process that involves radio frequency (RF) transmitters.

FEKO Webinar Recording: Efficient Antenna Array Modeling

FEKO contains various techniques for the efficient modeling of antenna arrays during the design process. The application and advantages of techniques such as periodic boundary conditions (PBC), the domain Green's function method (DGFM) and equivalent sources for efficient array modeling are demonstrated in this webinar.

Improving Success Rates in Defense Projects using PTB

In this webinar the PTB Analytics, an advanced project planning tool will be presented along with relevant information for how it helps users achieve better project results. A specific use case from the defense industry will be used.

FEKO Webinar: The Use of Model Decomposition and Equivalent Sources for Faster Simulation

System level simulation often involves multiscale type problems, where the structure might be electrically large while also containing details which are significant to the RF performance. These types of simulations can typically require large computational resources. Model decomposition enables these problems to be solved in two steps by using an equivalent (simulated or measured) representation of the transmitting or receiving antennas. Significant reductions in computational requirements can be achieved with this approach.

Automotive Radars - Antenna Design, Integration & Channel Modeling

One of the key enabling technologies in the development of autonomous vehicles is driving aid radar systems. We will highlight some of the typical challenges experienced during the design and integration of automotive radars, as well as the applicable numerical solutions that FEKO offers. Radar channel modelling with WinProp is also presented.

AMETEK

AMETEK used solidThinking Embed to development of an embedded control system for a chiller unit under a very tight schedule and high safety standards.

Evolve Polymesh Mug Model

An Evolve 2015 model of a coffee mug. This was modeled using Evolve's Polymesh and Nurbify tools.

ElectroFlo Flyer

ElectroFlo for electronics cooling software overview.

Altair® HyperWorks® and Product Design Consultation at Force Protection

At Force Protection Inc. Altair HyperWorks and Product Design work together to increase CAE throughput and improve survivability prediction in a new class of military vehicles built for unconventional warfare.

Cleveland Golf Drives Product Innovation Through Simulation and Optimization Using HyperWorks

Much more goes into a golf club than simply wood, iron and graphite. To shape the performance, the distinctive appearance, the personalized feel and even the sound of the club striking the ball, manufacturers must precisely engineer every aspect of the design. Today, simulation-driven design has dramatically reduced development time for new golf clubs while allowing them to meet strict regulations more efficiently.

Reducing CAE Analysis Costs with Altair HyperWorks

Altair HyperWorks now offers structural solvers for Multi-Body Dynamics, linear static and dynamic analysis, as well as non-linear transient dynamic analysis. With Altair’s revolutionary on-demand-licensing system, organizations can significantly reduce their costs for engineering analysis software. This webinar will give an overview of the capabilities and applications of HyperWorks’ solver technology and discuss the cost savings potential. <br><br> The view this recording you must have the WebEx Player installed. To download the Player <a href="http://www.altair.com/html/en-US/webex_player/atrecply.msi" target="_blank">click here</a>.

Overview of FEKO Suite 6.3

This tutorial will give an overview of the new features in new release FEKO Suite 6.3. The following features will be highlighted: Support of curvilinear elements, higher order basis functions, understanding radiation through characteristic mode analysis.

What's New in Inspire 2015: Fasteners

Connect parts using bolts or screws for more realistic outputs.

Multiphysics Powertrain Cooling, Fatigue and Durability Analysis



Crash Cad Calculate User Manual: Version 2.0

Extensive documentation, instructions and features of Crash Cad Calculate.

Webinar: Software Asset Optimization

Learn about Altair SAO, the best practices followed by best in class companies, recommended deployment and the business impact SAO provides.

Buckling Analysis

See a demonstration on how to analyze your model for buckling modes which are used to predict when a part will bend or collapse under load.

FEKO Student Competition Winner 2015: Design of Platform-mounted HF Antennas with Enhanced Bandwidth using CMA

For the first time, the winning entry for the 2015 FEKO Student Competition is presented in a webinar format. Professor Nader Behdad from the University of Wisconsin-Madison will present his winning student, Ting-Yen Shih's entry.

FEKO Webinar Recording : Designing with Characteristic Mode Analysis (CMA)

Characteristic Mode Analysis (CMA) gives insight into the fundamental resonant behaviour of a structure. This helps engineers to follow a systematic design approach, making use of the parameters calculated with CMA. This webinar covers the latest in FEKO's CMA solver. The webinar starts with a discussion about typical workflows for CMA simulations, giving a better understanding of when and how CMA is best used. Then some recent CMA applications are reviewed and concluding with some exciting new CMA features.

FEKO: Characteristic Mode Analysis for Antenna Placement

FEKO’s Characteristic Mode Analysis capability is instrumental in HF antenna placement and pattern synthesis.

Establishing Simulation-Driven Design at Scania

Mikael Thellner from Scania Trucks talks about improved design processes thanks to solidThinking Inspire. Designers can evaluate their products in earlier stages due to the ability to do analyses themselves.

FEKO for Integrated Windscreen Antenna Analysis

Antennas for AM and FM radio, television, GPS navigation, GSM communication and automated tolling are becoming standard on vehicles. To find a combination of antenna topologies and locations that is both functional and aesthetically acceptable, is a challenging task.

FEKO : Intelligent Design with Characteristic Mode Analysis

The theory of characteristic mode analysis (CMA)is a well-known method that allows for the analysis of arbitrary structures. CMA gives insight into the resonating behavior of structures such as antennas.

FEKO Webinar Recording: The CMA Advantage

In this webinar we cover some of the theory of CMA, as well as present several new case studies highlighting the CMA design advantage. These include optimum feeding and placement of antennas on platforms and decoupling of antenna elements in a MIMO configuration.

FEKO Webinar Recording: Square Kilometre Array (SKA) Analysis Using HyperWorks

In this webinar presented by the University of Stellenbosch in South Africa, we will look into some of the key analysis aspects that are currently being undertaken for the Square Kilometre Array (SKA) Phase 1 project using HyperWorks.

Printed Ka-band Reflectarrays with Offset Feed

Printed reflectarrays combine the advantages of parabolic reflector antennas with microstrip arrays, yielding high-gain, low-profile, low-cost antennas with simpler feeds that are easy to fabricate. This white paper demonstrates how FEKO can be used to model a printed reflectarray and its feed.

Using AlphaCell for quick & accurate sound package design in Heavy Industry

AlphaCell is an accurate solution for predicting the vibro-acoustic performances of sound packages including e.g. poro-elastic materials, perforated plates, visco-elastic materials, studded structures with inner filling, composite materials or materials with embedded inclusions.

FEKO Webinar Recording : Radomes with Frequency Selective Surfaces

In this webinar we present a complete solution for the design and analysis of radomes. We also discuss in detail the challenges and the solutions to the design and analysis of Frequency Selective Surface (FSS) radomes.

Using Analytical Approach with Finite Element Analysis for Coupling Magnetic and Thermal Analysis for Motors

Thermal analysis is a key factor when designing motors. We propose to link the studies of electromagnetic and thermal aspects in transient application with Finite Element Method (FEM) to represent the thermal state of motor with higher accuracy. As electromagnetic response time is different of thermal response time, an original method is used for extracting average values on one magnetic period of losses (Joule and iron losses), and to use them as input for the transient thermal analysis. So, the temperature in different parts of the motor is extracted, and brought back as input for the next electromagnetic computation.

Workshop21 - Modeling of Porous Media in AcuSolve

This tutorial teaches how to model porous media in AcuSolve

Inspire 2016 Gripping Bracket

An Inspire 2016 model of a robotic gripping bracket.

Inspire 2016 Battery Tray Model

An Inspire 2016 model of a battery tray.

Inspire 2016 Wheel Model

An Inspire 2016 model of a wheel optimization.

solidThinking Evolve Design Process: Part 3 (Unique ConstructionTree History)

The ConstructionTree provides a graphical view of a model's construction history.

Analyze Design and Control Aspects of Linear Machines Using Co-simulation

This research work describes the permanent magnet linear machines, their characteristics, control and applications. It aims to develop a linear machine model in finite element based software, Flux2D. The Finte Element Method (FEM) model consists of 8 poles and 9 slots where periodicity of poles is used to simulate inifinite travel length. The no-load and nominal load conditions are also simulated to validate the performance of the model. At no-load, the cogging force is simulated and is found to be 1.1N

Workshop20 - AcuReport - Blower

This tutorial provides the basic introduction to AcuReport. A report is generated for a blower model

Workshop25 - Riser VIV

This tutorial shows how to set up a Practical FSI simulation. A flexible Riser is modeled

PBS Professional at NASA Ames Research Center

It takes a super workload management tool to power grid, cluster and on-demand computing environments for computational modeling and simulation applications at NASA.

Sundog Eyewear

Sundog uses solidThinking Evolve to explore styling alternatives, visualize new products with realistic renderings and export the digital model.

Temperature Loads

See a demonstration on the new Temperature tool that allows users to simulate the effects of temperature change on your model.

Multiple Configurations

See a demonstration that sets up multiple configurations on the same model such as one dipole active and two dipole actives.

Acceleration Tools

See a demonstration of the new angular velocity and accelerations tool which allows you to define the speed of rotation of the entire model and the axis about which it rotates.

Altair Leveraging Disruptive Cloud Technologies

As decreasing hardware prices and attractive business models are democratizing high-performance computing (HPC) resources in the cloud, small- and medium-sized businesses (SMB) now have greater computing flexibility than ever before. 

3-matic & solidThinking INSPIRE Tutorial

Designing with Inspire/3-matic for Additive Manufacturing.

NASA Develops Wireless Sensors to Detect Lightning Strike Damage to Composite Aircraft

Computational electromagnetic software enables a team of researchers at NASA’s Langley Research Center to develop wireless resonant sensors that can measure and mitigate lightning strike damage to composite aircraft. <br><br> By Beverly A. Beckert<br> <i>Concept To Reality</i> Winter/ Spring 2015 <br> <a href="http://www.altair.com/MagazineFreeSubscription.aspx" target="_blank">Subscribe to C2R Magazine</a><br><br>

HyperWorks 11.0 Rollout Webinar Series - Studies & Math Modeling (HyperStudy® & HyperMath®)

The webinar is intended to update the customers on the latest features in HyperWorks v11. Since HyperMath is a relatively new product in HyperWorks suite, this webinar will also serve as a launch pad to inform customers about the product capabilities and outline HyperMath benefits.

Temperature Prediction And Thermal Management For Composite Magnetic Controllers Of Induction Coils

ABSTRACT. Temperature control of magnetic controllers (concentrators, cores, shields, shunts) is an essential part of the induction coil design. Prediction and study of the coil copper have been described in a presentation “Influence of Cooling Conditions on Induction Coil Copper Temperatures” (V. Nemkov, R. Goldstein) [1]. That study was made using Flux 2D computer simulation program.

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