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Global Technical Academy - 69 - MotionView for General Machinery applications – Process Overview

-Background MotionView is a general pre-processor for multi-body simulations. It has several existing as well as new features to assist with model set up for general mechanisms. -Who should attend Users who work with general mechanisms, application engineers who assist customers in general machinery industry -Join and learn How MotionView can be used effectively while working on general machinery models.

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Mahindra Two Wheelers Success Story

Two-Wheeler Designer-Manufacturer Cuts New Component “Time to Market” and Optimizes Component Design with the Altair Partner Alliance

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HyperWorks 11.0 Rollout Webinar Series - Multi-body Dynamics

HyperWorks Multibody Dynamics offering in 11.0 makes significant improvements to solver Speed, Robustness & Accuracy. In addition, MotionSolve has a greatly enhanced co-simulation layer along with support for Interpreted Language based User-subroutines. MotionView 11.0 contains many new features and capabilities that enhance the user experience and enables engineers to efficiently design, evaluate and refine mechanical systems.

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Optimizing Vehicle Suspension Design

The design of a vehicle suspension, although often propelled by CAE, is both initiated and concluded subjectively on a proving ground. Translating the requirements of the market into targets that can drive simulation activity is just one step in the process. This webinar will present a holistic approach to the design and analysis of vehicle suspensions drawing on the latest CAE methods, industry experience and physical testing.

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Radiator Test-Rig Multi-body Simulation - A Benchmark Study

This was a 2010 Americas HTC Presentation given by Girish Mantri from Modine. Modine has been working with Altair Engineering to evaluate Altair Multi-Body Dynamics suite. A Flexible Multi-Body Simulation of a Radiator single axis test rig is carried out to identify the von-mises stresses at critical parts in the assembly. The forces coming onto the connectors (bushings) and the stresses are compared between 2 solvers to check consistency in results. In this presentation, Modine discusses the overall efforts and result correlation between Altair MotionSolve and ADAMS solver.

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Migration ADAMS - HyperWorks

This was a 2010 Americas HTC Presentation given by Magnus Olofsson from NAVISTAR. NAVISTAR has been working with Altair Engineering to evaluate HyperWorks as an alternative to ADAMS/Car. NAVISTAR has been evaluating the HyperWorks user interface as well as the performance of Altair MotionSolve. NAVISTAR has been benchmarking Altair MotionSolve against ADAMS/Car on several key attributes such as Accuracy, Functionality/Compatibility, Robustness and Performance. In this presentation, NAVISTAR talks about the migration effort and some of the benchmark results.

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Chassis structure optimization for improvement of roll rate characteristics of a heavy truck

This was a 2010 Americas HTC Presentation given by Greg Kiselis from Volvo Truck. Bending and twisting of the chassis structure of a heavy truck can degrade the roll performance of the vehicle as a whole. Various suspension types can load the chassis structure in different manners thus effecting the contribution of chassis stiffness to the overall roll characteristics of the vehicle. In this presentation you will see how a study was performed with MotionView, MotionSolve and HyperStudy to understand the effects of key variables of the chassis structure as affected by different suspension types.

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HyperWorks Improves Development Processes at Automotive Consultancy

csi entwicklungstechnik GmbH, a leading engineering service provider for the automotive industry has enhanced its simulation power with Altair‘s HyperWorks Suite. The company consolidated its CAE tools and now uses the large scale of HyperWorks, which offers a solution for almost every application needed in modern product development. csi will apply OptiStruct for optimization tasks, MotionView and MotionSolve for multi-body applications, and HyperMesh for pre-processing tasks. Additionally HyperShape/CATIA will be used for CAD integrated optimization and weight reduction.

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Accelerating the Product Development Process for the Electronics Industry - Webinar

The highly competitive electronics industry is evolving rapidly. Companies are facing increased pressure to get innovative, high quality products to market faster and reduce costs at the same time. Altair HyperWorks offers a comprehensive CAE simulation solution that can have an immediate impact to the product development cycle and provide solutions to the challenges faced in the industry.

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HyperWorks 10.0 Rollout Webinar Series: Multi-body Dynamics Simulation (MotionView & MotionSolve)

This is a recording of the live webinar that took place on July 14, 2009.

Topics include:
  • Modeling
  • Browser driven modeling
  • Expanded suspension library
  • Enhanced “check model” utility
  • Graphical user interface improvements Solver
  • Co-simulation with Simulink
  • SDF Calculations
  • Solver customization
  • New subroutine building utility
  • General and Mate constraints
Run time: 45 mins


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MotionView Model Browser Enhancements

A demonstration of the enhancements to the MotionView Model Browser.

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Model Building Utillities within MotionView

A demonstration of the new simplified model building tools with in MotionView.

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MotionView 10.0 Overview

An overview of the new or enhanced features of MotionView 10.0.

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The Use of MBD Modelling Techniques in the Design and Development of a Suspension System

This paper describes the use of Multi-body Dynamics (MBD) modelling techniques in the design and development of a suspension system for a novel autonomous vehicle. The general approach and philosophy is described, whereby MBD techniques are used in conjunction with an independent (parametric) whole vehicle handling simulation. This is supplemented with examples, showing how MotionSolve was used (in tandem with CarSim) to develop the suspension elasto-kinematic geometric properties to meet specific cascaded targets, to optimise a weighing strategy, to predict forces under a variety of quasi-static and dynamic loads, and to estimate response to track inputs.

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Automotive - Optimizing vehicle suspension design & analysis

Suspension studies play a very important role in vehicle behavior. There are several different suspension tests which are performed to get desired Suspension Design Factors (SDFs). Altair HyperWorks has a comprehensive simulation solution tailored to simulate and study these behaviors. In this webinar we will demonstrate and discuss Altair's out of the box, customizable solution to solve your suspension design problems.

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Using Custom Macros in MotionView and MotionSolve

A demonstration covering the use of Custom Macros in MotionView and MotionSolve.

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Modeling Higher Pair Constraints in MotionView

A demonstration covering the use of MotionView to model Higher Pari Constraints.

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Simulating the Suspension Response of a High Performance Sports Car

The use of CAE software tools as part of the design process for mechanical systems in the automotive industry is now commonplace. This paper highlights the use of Altair HyperWorks to assess and then optimize the performance of a McLaren Automotive front suspension system. The tools MotionView and MotionSolve are used to build the model and then carry out initial assessments of kinematics and compliance characteristics. Altair HyperStudy is then used to optimize the position of the geometric hard points and compliant bush rates in order to meet desired suspension targets. The application of this technology to front suspension design enables McLaren Automotive to dramatically reduce development time.

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HyperWorks Structural Optimization Reduces Suspension Design Time at Alfa Romeo

Using Altair HyperWorks, Italy-based Alfa Romeo was able to significantly reduce design time by integrating multibody dynamics (MBD) with structural optimization. The resultant suspension design showed superior performance characteristics.

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