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Introduction to HyperWorks Desktop for Aerospace Applications
This course is meant for HyperWokrs Desktop users in the Aerospace environment. The course contains a tailored approach to using variuos tools within HyperMesh and HyperView for Aerospace users. Most Chapters will also contain demonstration videos based on Aerospace components.

OptiStruct for Linear Analysis
The purpose of this self paced course is to cover the basic topics for OptiStruct Linear Analysis. The Setup sections will use the See It, Try It, Do It methodology to cover the concepts. See It allows you to watch a video demonstration of the exercise covered in the section.


SimLab sT 2019 Introduction
The purpose of this self-paced course is to provide an introduction to SimLab. The course contains information on the tools available in SimLab and provides exercises to provide you with practice in using SimLab. Models can be downloaded from within the module to practice the exercises on your own.

HyperWorks for Aerospace Applications v2017
The HyperWorks for Aerospace self-paced course covers the critical processes used in the creation of FEA models in the Aerospace industry. This course contains 12 modules covering aspects from model setup to post processing. Each module contains background information on the tools used and practical exercises with recorded demonstrations to help you get familiar with the tools and processes.

Note: This course requires a login to Connect to view.

HyperWorks for Aerospace Applications v13
The HyperWorks for Aerospace self paced course covers the critical processes used in the creation of FEA models in the Aerospace industry. This course contains 12 modules covering aspects from model setup to post processing. Each module contains background information on the tools used and practical exercises with recorded demonstrations to help you get familiar with the tools and processes.

Note: This course requires a Connect login to view.

SimLab Basic Training V14
The purpose of this self paced course is to provide an introduction to SimLab. The course contains information on the tools available in SimLab and provides exercises to provide you with practice in using SimLab. Models can be downloaded from within the module to practice the exercises on your own. The menu in the course (on the left) can be used to jump to a specific module.

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Introduction to OptiStruct for Structural Optimization
The purpose of this self paced course is to cover the basics of OptiStruct Optimization. The course contains modules introducing the basic optimization types and giving an over of each. Many exercises are available in the modules that use the See It, Try It methodology. See It allows you to watch a video demonstration of the exercise covered in the section, while Try It gives you a pdf and model to try it in the software on your own.

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Introduction to OptiStruct for Linear Analysis
The purpose of this self paced course is to cover the basic topics for OptiStruct Linear Analysis. The Setup sections will use the See It, Try It, Do It methodology to cover the concepts. See It allows you to watch a video demonstration of the exercise covered in the section.

Note: This course requires a login to Connect to view.

Novellini
Novellini applies industrial design and modeling software to set the pace of innovation for the manufacture of bathroom solutions and wellness products in Europe.

Two Arm Spiral Antenna
A two-arm self-complementary archimedean spiral antenna is modelled in FEKO to determine its wideband behaviour.

HyperMesh Quickstart v2017
The purpose of this self paced course is to introduce HyperMesh to new users of the software. Most sections will use the See It, Try It, Do It methodology to cover the concepts. See It allows you to watch a video demonstration of the exercise covered in the section. Try It allows you to go through an interactive video which will guide you through performing the exercise. Do It consists of a written exercise and model that can be opened in HyperMesh which allows you to perform the exercise on your own. Some sections will also contain interactive guides to provide a detailed description of the different options contained within a panel or browser.

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Gulplug
French startup Gulplug, located in Grenoble, France, has set out to revolutionize plug and charging technology used in today's electric and hybrid vehicles. To create new products and to drive innovation in the market, Gulplug is using Altair Flux™ and the Altair startup program. Flux helped Gulplug to model and create an innovative, clean, automatically self-plugging, magnetic based charging solution for electric vehicles.

Evolving Trends in the Structural Optimization of Aircraft Gas Turbine Engines
Brian Cottrell, Chief Engineer of Structures, Honeywell Aerospace

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.

Vibration Behaviour of External Payload on Rotorcraft
This was a 2013 European ATC presentation given by David Schmid from RUAG Schweiz AG. The RUAG developed ISSYS Pod (Integrated Self Protection System Pod) is an external countermeasure dispenser / threat sensor system designed to protect the rotorcraft from incoming surface-to-air and airto-air missiles.

Influence of Discrete Inductance Curves on the Simulation of Round Rotor Generator Using Coupled Circuit Method
This paper presents a study on the influence of the discretisation of the inductance curves on a detailed coupled circuit model of a synchronous generator with a damper winding and search coils. The self and mutual inductances of all coupled circuit are computed in magnetostatic with a 2D finite-element method (FEM) for different rotor positions.

Technology as Key Enabler for Product Innovation
Sam Mahalingam, CTO at Altair, keynote presentation at the 2018 Global ATC in Paris, France.

As a technologist I have been following the technology trends and have identified three trends that can immensely change the product innovation landscape and they are: High Performance Cloud Computing, IOT / Smart Connected Product and Big Data / Machine Learning. Altair strongly believes we have all the necessary technologies required for the Product engineering digital transform and the value add being: a) Cloud HPC increasing the pace of product innovation b) IoT & Analytics improves the product performance and c) Data management increases the product engineering efficiency.

Inspire 2017 Introduction
In this course you will get an overview of the tools available within Inspire 2017, including the new Motion Analysis tools. We will cover all aspects from Optimization to Finite Element Analysis right through geometry tools to help redesign and simplify parts.

Note: This course requires a Connect login to view.

Inspire 2018 Introduction
In this course you will have the opportunity to learn about the Inspire 2018 interface along with tools and workflows contained within Inspire. Modules contained within the course provide detailed descriptions of the tools and workflows within Inspire. You will also have the opportunity to watch and perform hands on exercises within each module.

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Application of HyperWorks for Collaborative/Global Computer-Aided Engineering And Design Instruction at Brigham Young University
For a recent ME 471 class, a team of five students re-engineered the chassis/suspension platform for a 1969 Chevrolet Camero. At the conclusion of the project, the team presented a comprehensive review of their re-design vehicle to a panel of PACE program representatives and partners. Key to arriving at an efficient design was the early application of Altair topology optimization to the chassis, suspension, and wheel design of the vehicle. Altair HyperMesh was applied to generate finite element models that formed the basis for the topology optimization studies. The team results showed that 

The chassis mass was reduced by 34% through the application of topology optimization. The suspension control arm mass was reduced by 28%. The team was able to apply the Altair HyperWorks simulation tools in a seamless manner with the Catia-based CAD data that was generated for the vehicle re-design.

Build, Verify & Optimise a Body-in-White Structure in a Working Day
Dr. Tayeb Zeguer, Group Tech Leader APD, Advanced CAE at Jaguar Land Rover presents at the UK Altair Technology Conference 2019. A Design exploration, loadpath studies, material selection and heavy usage of Optimisation are key to the development of a lightweight and efficient Body-In-White (BIW) structure. Nevertheless, the fast pace of vehicle development makes it a challenge to do such CAE work fast enough to drive the design and the decision making. This is why the C2 phase of the Altair C123 process is the ultimate weapon to drive the design in a fast and reliable manner. By using low fidelity models, the C2 phase allows quick iterations, large DOEs and complex optimisation studies to be executed within minutes and have a large impact on design and strategy decisions.



The natural starting point for the C2 process is the supply of a C1 layout model with associated CAD packaging data. However, another entry point is the availability of a high fidelity finite element model from a previous program. The initial activity is the rapid development of a C2 model which can generate a reliable and good quality results. This is the reason why Altair has developed various tools to ease the process of creating “ready to optimise” low fidelity models. Thanks to a highly automated series of tools combined with highly advanced optimisation technology, it is now possible to build, verify and optimise a BIW model for Noise, Vibration and Harshness (NVH) and Crash in a single working day.

Heart Valve Analysis
Predicting Aortic Stenosis through Simulation

Aortic valve Stenosis is a heart value disorder that narrows the aortic valve opening due to calcium build up in the leaflets. This prevents the valve from opening properly and obstructs the flow of blood causing the heart to work harder. Finite Element Analysis (FEA) has the potential to allow researchers to study the condition without the need for traditional physical testing. An efficient process was required to make this possible since modeling tissue behavior, back pressure, and the interaction between tissue and blood are highly complex challenges. Altair ProductDesign led this self funded project to improve the simulation and analysis of heart condition research.

White Paper: How to Digitalize Effectively for IoT
Internet of Things (IoT) is starting to mature and organisations across many sectors are facing the challenges of scaling up from small, trial deployments and proof of concepts into mainstream, high volume consumer deployments.

Altair's Solutions for IoT: Shaping the Future of Smart Product Design
Whether you're designing cars or robots, or any mechatronic system in between, development time is tight, products are complex, and you've got multiple applications to consider.

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