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Pure Michigan. We run on Brainpower

A presentation on Michigan’s automotive industry. An overview of the automotive strategy that was developed by the Michigan Economic Development Corporations automotive office and the continued work in the area of talent development including the new “We run on brainpower” campaign.

Fatigue, Composites & Optimization: Themes for Partner Presentations at the Americas Altair Technology Conference

Americas ATC 2015 had one of the highest attendance in history, with about 750+ users in a span of 3 days attending workshops and presentations. Close to half the number of partners from the APA were present to interact with customers and showcase their technologies. Sridhar highlights the key points covered in the presentations.

Altair NVH Solutions - Americas ATC 2015 Workshop

This Workshop Presentation on NVH was conducted by Jianmin Guan at the Americas ATC on May 5, 2015. This workshop introduced Altair full frequency and multi-physics solutions for solving the most pressing problems in the NVH field. It provided an overview of Altair’s solutions designed to facilitate the best in class NVH design process at automotive OEMs, coupled with real-time demonstrations of key product features. The focus of the workshop is on effective NVH problem resolution.

Electromagnetic and Mechanical Analysis Using the Coupling between Flux and Vibro-acoustics

The purpose of this presentation is to show the different steps of the vibro‐acoustic study of a rotating machines with the new coupling between Flux 2D/3D and ANSYS

ATCx - Multi-objective Optimization of a Heat Sink for a LED Device using SC/Tetra and HyperStudy

Presentation from Yuya Ando that was given at ATCx West on June 18, 2014

ATCx - Structural Optimization of Turbine Engine Components for a Competitive Advantage

Presentation on Structural Optimization of Turbine Engine Components for a CompetitiveAdvantage by Don Holcomb, Staff Engineer, at Honeywell. This was presented at ATCx West on June 18, 2014

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

ATCx - Inspire 2014 Overview

Presentation of "Inspire 2014 Overview." This was given by Russell Vernon, Application Engineer, solidThinking, at ATCx West on June 18, 2014.

ATCx - Altair Solvers Overview

An Altair solvers overview presentation given by Uwe Schramm, Chief Technical Officer, Altair, at ATCx West on June 18, 2014.

ATCx- Hyperviscoelastic Coefficient Determination of a Spherical Impacter using HyperStudy Optimization William Giannetti, Sr. Research and Development Engineer, Swift Engineering

A presentation on "Hyperviscoelastic Coefficient Determination of a Spherical Impacter using HyperStudy Optimization." This was presented by William Giannetti, Sr. Research and Development Engineer, Swift Engineering, at ATCx West on June 18, 2014.

ATCx - OptiStruct: Modern Solver Technology for Innovative and Lightweight Design

Presentation on "OptiStruct: Modern Solver Technology for Innovative and Lightweight Design." This was presented by Warren Dias, Business Development Manager – OptiStruct, Altair at ATCx West on June 18, 2014.

An Application of Using HyperWorks® Partner Alliance Software for Solving a Structural Problem with Anisotropic Material Properties

Jake Xu, Senior CAE Specialist, Van-Rob<br><br>In nowadays automotive industry, innovative materials are demanded to replace traditional metals for a variety of structural components in order to make the vehicle lighter. Meanwhile, there is no compromise of related performance requirements.

Improved Quality Prediction of Injection Molded Fiber Reinforced Components by Considering Fiber Orientations

Sascha Pazour, FEA Specialist, PART Engineering GmbH<br><br>For fiber reinforced parts the consideration of anisotropic material behavior is required to receive reliable results. In the scope of this fact a procedure is described how to consider these effects in terms of process-structure interaction and how to achieve possible benefits such as weight reduction and shorter development cycles shown for examples of the industry .

Evolving Trends in the Structural Optimization of Aircraft Gas Turbine Engines

Brian Cottrell, Chief Engineer of Structures, Honeywell Aerospace<br><br>The history of aircraft gas turbine engine design generally has not included significant optimization of the structural layout of engines. This optimization gap has been driven by the pace of engine layout during the concept development phase and by the extreme complexity of the problem. Therefore the initial selection of the structural system concept has tended to be anchored in experience and in simple parametric trade studies seeking to provide a sound configuration from the perspectives of strength, weight, cost, and modularity.

Optimization and Automation for the Naval Shipbuilding Industry

Raj Bishnoi, Account Manager, Altair (on behalf of General Dynamics Electric Boat)<br><br>In the Ship building industry, foundation design and verification is a very time consuming task, especially with the repetitive loops of design and validation. If we also include weight savings and shorter turnaround times into the equation, the task becomes even more daunting.

Resolving automotive EMC/EMI problems before they occur

Dr. Martin Vogel, Sr. Application Engineer, EMSS (USA), Inc. <br><br>The trend towards more electronic systems in cars continues unabated. Ever more electronic devices, some of them communication devices that radiate intentionally, have to co-exist in an automobile. Cable bundles carrying a multitude of signals in the car body lead to many possible EMC/EMI problems that have to be resolved early in the design stage.

Simulation Driven Weight Saving in Stamping

Dr. Subir Roy Director - Industry Solutions, Altair<br><br>With increasing regulation on fuel consumption and emission standards, weight saving has become one of the most important topics for automotive sheet metal design. Advanced high strength materials are becoming more prevalent for new vehicle models to reduce weight while enhancing structural performance.

Simulation for cabin noise inside a car due to external turbulent flow using AcuSolve and OptiStruct

Dilip Mandal (USA), Babak Emami (USA), and Robert Snadboge (Sweden), Altair<br><br>We present a new simulation procedure for evaluation of automotive cabin noise caused by external turbulent flow. A methodology for coupled simulations of flow noise sources and structural vibrations has been developed within the AcuSolve and Optistruct solver framework of Altair.

Building and Validating the Finite Element Model for an Expandable Liner Hanger

Ganesh Nanaware, Sr. Project Engineer, Baker Hughes<br><br>Expandable liner hangers used for wellbore construction within the oil and gas industry are complex mechanical systems. An expandable liner hanger is a revolutionary technology that is getting special attention during wellbore completion due to its unique capabilities of hanging liner weight under extreme conditions and problematic environments.

Integrated Composites Design with ESAComp and HyperWorks

Markku Palanterä and André Mönicke, Componeering Inc.<br><br>The design process of composite structures involves tasks that require special attention and which are not typically covered by general finite element simulation tools.

Validation and Optimization of Fiber-reinforced Plastic Parts, from Design to Manufacturing

Wilson Wang, Robin Wei and Venny Yang, CoreTech System (Moldex3D)<br><br>With increasing demands on weight reduction, fiber-reinforced thermoplastics have been a popular composite used in injection molding process due to its superior mechanical properties and high heat distortion temperature.

More innovation using Cradle CFD software

Yuya Ando, General Manager, Cradle North America Inc.<br><br>CAE software, including CFD, has been extensively used in R&D in many industries and becoming indispensable tools. However, each simulation is merely one of many aspects an engineer needs to consider about. Therefore, ideally, each tool utilized for R&D is easy, fast, robust, accurate, reliable and being able to interact with other tools to aid the innovation in onefs design.

Virtual and Real Testing to Evaluate Load Security for Heavy Products

Masahiro Takagi, Founder & CEO , eXcearch Corporation<br><br>Heavy packages cannot be easily tested in the lab to check the effectiveness of their securements against tip over accidents. We will demonstrate how virtual testing by Altair MotionSolve supported by real testing can be utilized to simulate a real-world tip over accident for examination and improvement.

Fatigue Due to Random Loadings

Jeffrey Mentley, Senior Engineer, HBM nCode<br><br>Fatigue damage is traditionally determined from time signals of stress or strain using the Rainflow method to extract fatigue cycles. This approach is satisfactory when the damaging events are deterministic and are represented by short data samples of extreme transient loads such as aircraft landing, or automobile potholes.

Development of a New Altair Customized Database of Advanced Material Properties

Dr. Viktor Pocajt, CEO, Key to Metals AG - Zürich, Switzerland<br><br>Key to Metals is a vast database which contains the properties of metallic – and more recently non-metallic materials, providing a turn-key solution for the global engineering community.

Optimization Driven Design Applied to Motocross Steering and Suspension Components

Billy Wight, President, Luxon Engineering<br><br>The motorcycles used in motocross racing demand light weight and high strength components in order to gain a performance advantage over the competition. A case study of applying Altair HyperWorks optimization techniques, this presentation focuses on the design of a motocross triple clamp assembly and rear suspension linkage.

From Concept to Design Verification in Half the Time

Rick Kerner, Staff Engineer, CAE Structures<br><br>Concept ideation on clean sheet designs can consume considerable time on the front end of a new project. From training-in new designers/engineers to collaborating with offshore contract firms, a significant amount of time is sunk into building momentum in a new program.

Scripting with HyperMesh to Automate the Process of Connector Creation and Realization at Tesla

Singai Krishnamoorthi, Technical Specialist, Tesla Motors<br><br>The paradigm of using connector entities within HyperMesh is a powerful method of quickly modeling various welds and other connections without having to manually define their finite element representation every time you need to build or update a model.

Free Size Optimized for a Doubler Repair of a Gouge Type Defect on Uniaxially Loaded Composite Sandwich Structures

Timothy Harrell, Structural Analyst, United Launch Alliance<br><br>Doublers are commonly used to repair composite sandwich facesheet defects, such as gouges or depressions, because they locally increase the strength of the facesheet in the area of the repair.

Multibody Analysis of a Vending Machine

This was a 2013 European ATC presentation given by Dr. Marco Morone from Altran. It was performed a MB analysis of a vending machine. The aim of analysis was to analyze and optimize a cam in order to reduce the friction a acceleration peaks. A rigid MB model in Motion view was generated with contacts. From model results were optimized the cam profile was improved.

Stamping Process Integration of Composites in Crash Analysis

This was a 2013 European ATC presentation given by Cécile DEMAIN from Solvay Engineering Plastics. Thermoplastic composites (TPC) developed by Solvay Engineering plastics are composites based on polyamide 6 or 6.6 as a matrix and can be reinforced with glass fibers or carbon fibers. The two main interests vs. TPC. thermosetting composites are cycle time and recyclability. The development of TPC PA66 or short fiber hybrid structures / TPC PA66 is today's challenge.

From Incremental Change to Full Design/Validation Leap: A Multidisciplinary Approach to Optimize Safety and Crash Performance

Heavy-duty mining trucks at Hitachi are designed to meet ISO ROPS and FOPS safety requirements, while structures must be as lightweight as possible. The presentation will discuss Hitachi’s design and simulation approach, which consists of an integrated multidisciplinary analysis process. Dynamic analyses, multibody dynamics simulations, including flexible bodies and dynamic simulations are methods applied to optimize performance and vehicle safety. The author will present examples such as the optimization of a trolley support structure, a kinematics model of a 100-ton truck and the analysis of a trailing arm. Finally, the author will share his thoughts on the important subject of how simulation can better impact the design.

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