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Subros Leverages Altair HyperWorks® to Build Optimized Product Designs While Reducing 60% Simulation Time and 40% Prototyping Costs

Subros is the leading manufacturer of thermal products for automotive applications in India and operates in technical collaboration with Denso. Being a major supplier of AC units to the predominant automotive segments and all classes of vehicles produced by global players in the country, it is very important for Subros to honor deadlines of product delivery with agreed benchmarks of quality. The Subros team has used Altair solutions such HyperMesh for FE modeling, RADIOSS and OptiStruct for structural analysis, AcuSolve for flow analysis, and solidThinking Inspire for Modal Analysis

Topology optimization and new manufacturing methods enable lightweight design in agricultural engineering

Amazone develops and produces innovative agricultural technology, enabling and supporting modern and economical arable farming methods. For the re-design of an originally welded suspension component as a casting part, solidThinking Inspire was used for topology optimization. The benefits included increased durability by a factor of 2.5 and an 8% reduction in weight.

Ryerson’s International Hyperloop Team

Ryerson's International Hyperloop Team utilized solidThinking Inspire and metal additive manufacturing to redesign and produce a custom motor bracket for its Hyperloop Deployable Wheel System.

Faraone

Faraone accelerates the design approach for lighter and stiffer architectural components with premium technology from solidThinking.

LEIBER Group

LEIBER utilized Inspire to design and optimize a vehicle suspension beam, resulting in over 50% mass savings.

Alstom

Alstom utilized solidThinking Inspire to optimize an existing component design to be manufactured with casting or alternatively with additive manufacturing technologies. This resulted in a 70% weight reduction.

Triton Bikes

Triton Bikes utilized solidThinking Inspire to Increase performance, decrease the overall weight, and simplify manufacturability of a 3D printed custom bike rear yoke.

Harita Seating Standardizes on Altair Suite of HyperWorks for all CAE Applications

HYperWorks used by leading Indian manufacturer of seating systems Harita, for homologation testing, regulations and crash analysis for all commercial vehicle seats, bus passenger seats and tractor & off-road seats

Sintavia

Sintavia utilized solidThinking Inspire to prove the ability to additively manufacture optimized aerospace replacement parts that exceed existing part performance while decreasing the overall weight.

Gator Motorsports

Gator Motorsports utilized solidThinking Inspire to redesign its brake pedal, as well as suspension bell cranks. This resulted in increased stiffness and a reduction of weight.

Politecnico di Milano University

The Politecnico di Milano University used Inspire to quickly and easily find the ideal shapes and materials for three architectural design concepts.

Using Topology Optimization with solidThinking Inspire for Improved Casted Rail Compoments

A simulation driven approach was taken using solidThinking Inspire for topology optimization, Evolve for shape refinements and HyperWorks for FE analysis for the optimization of an existing component design to be manufactured with casting/AM technologies

Technische Universität Dresden

The team at Technische Universität Dresden used solidThinking Inspire to redesign a Formula Student steering column mount that saved 35% of the weight and is produced with additive manufacturing.

Robot Bike Co.

Developing a Fully Customizable, Additively Manufactured Mountain Bike

Student Racing Team from Politecnico di Torino uses HyperWorks to Improve Weight, Manufacturability, and the Performance of Race Car

The students used HyperWorks which resulted in a weight reduction of 30% for those parts that were taken under consideration.

Student Team H2polit0 of Politecnico of Torino Applied HyperWorks to Reduce Vehicle Weight and Fuel Consumption on Shell Eco Marathon Europe Competition

Student teams from around the world participate in the Shell Eco-marathon (SEM), a unique low energy consumption competition for student teams. Within the competition the teams strive to design, build and drive the most energy-efficient car. In three annual events in Asia, Americas, and Europe, student teams compete on the track to see who goes furthest on the least amount of fuel. The competition evaluates different aspects of the car, the most important of which is of course the energy consumption: the less energy the car needs, the better it will rank.

3D Systems

3D Systems utilized a process incorporating solidThinking Inspire to generate the ideal skateboard deck and truck material layout for a unique design now displayed at the Cooper Hewitt – Smithsonian Design Museum.

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

Altair, Click2Cast, HBM nCode, and voxeljet present a technology demonstration that stands out with dramatic performance improvements and the solid potential for serial manufacturing and mass production. 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.

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.

Optimization Technology: Leveraging a Solid Foundation to Innovate Better Products

Steady improvements in the OptiStruct solver platform over 20 years have enabled users to tackle increasingly complex design challenges. Now, OptiStruct in combination with 3D printing helps to achieve more efficient structural designs. <br><br> By Uwe Schramm<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>

Scania

Scania uses Inspire to speed up its design and development process to produce lighter and more efficient components.

In Search of the Perfect Snowmobile Design

Polaris uses optimization software to achieve lightweight designed and recede time to market. Learn how in this reprint of an article published on the January 2015 issue of Desktop Engineering magazine.

AAM

AAM employed Inspire to redesign an automotive carrier with less weight (20%) and material usage than the original.

Inspire for the Oil & Gas Industry

Inspire for the Oil & Gas Industry presentation given by Blaise Cole at ATCx Energy.

HardMarque

HardMarque used both solidThinking Inspire and Evolve for concept generation and design refinement for an additive manufactured titanium piston.

Peter Macapia Success Story

Acclaimed Architect Peter Macapia Explores New Architectural Frontiers with solidThinking Inspire

Peter Macapia, LabDORA

Architect Peter Macapia is exploring new frontiers in architectural design; a different way of looking at the design of buildings thanks to solidThinking Inspire.

When Engineering Intuition is Not Enough

A new technology helps design engineers quickly create dramatically lighter structures — and better understand the effects of material placement in whatever they’re developing.<br><br> By Beverly A. Beckert<br> <i>Concept To Reality</i> Winter 2013 <a href="http://www.altair.com/MagazineFreeSubscription.aspx">Subscribe to C2R Magazine</a>

Case Study Sogeclair

Case Study about Sogeclair's use of HyperWorks Industry: Aerospace interiors Challenge: Development of new flooring concept to fix the cabin seats while realizing a lighter structure, adjustable panels for all types of aircraft, and an easier installation and maintenance. Altair Solution: Use of HyperWorks, especially HyperMesh and HyperView as a pre- and postprocessor, OptiStruct for optimization issues, RADIOSS for linear and nonlinear simulation, and solidThinking Evolve/Inspire for concept modeling Benefits:<ul><li>Saving development time and costs</li> <li>Use a new approach in the design leveraging optimization</li> <li>Reduce product weight through structural optimization of composite components</li></ul>

Click2Cast & Inspire Use Case

Guide to using Click2Cast with solidThinking Inspire.

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