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Developing an Injury Threshold for Human Brain Concussion

Directed by Dr. King Yang, Professor of Bioengineering, the Department’s Bioengineering Center is a leading laboratory focused on research into impact trauma, low back pain, and sports injury biomechanics. Current projects include vehicle side and rear impact crashworthiness analysis, head injury modeling, and lower extremity injury simulation. Traumatic brain injury (TBI) resulting from blunt head impact is a major cause of disability and mortality in the United States. For the development of complete understanding of injury mechanisms for mild traumatic brain injury or concussions in order to prevent or mitigate injury occurrence, Altair HyperMesh helped establish a meaningful injury criterion through the use of field concussion data and finite element modeling of the head.

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.

ICAT Achieves Robust Structural Integrity of their Automotive Components using Altair HyperWorks®

The International Centre for Automotive Technology (ICAT) is an automotive testing and R&D centre. In their pursuit to carve a niche as a one-stop solution for the automotive industry’s needs in the areas of product design, testing and validation, the ICAT team required a very advanced suite of software solutions. They needed a software suite that would save them time, money and also help in all phases of product development. The Altair software suite has greatly helped the team in providing timely and appropriate solutions to their clients.

Arkal Automotive Case Study Video

Arkal Automotive Optimizes FEA Data Creation Workflow with HyperMesh and CADdoctor.

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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.

Ryerson’s International Hyperloop チーム(英語)

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.

Daimler

Integrating antennas in windscreens has become popular due to the enhanced aesthetics and the increased antenna surface area that enables improved reception. However, the design of such antennas is a complex procedure. Antenna systems contain different antennas with mutual coupling, making it very inefficient and time consuming to optimize the FM-, DAB-, RKE- and TV antennas independently. Wanting to make the optimization process of its multi-port antenna more efficient, Daimler turned to Altair for assistance.

Ankers

Ankers performed Co-simulation using a combined multibody and brake systems model in Altair MotionView and solidThinking Activate.

Ankers社

Ankers社は、MotionSolve とsolidThinking Activate の連成シミュレーションを使用して、 ブレーキに発生する熱と制動距離に関する検証し、シス テムの挙動を最適化しました。

PaceControls

PaceControls developed its 3rd generation Android-based HVACR Equipment control using solidThinking Embed adding IoT connectivity and energy savings.

PaceControls社

PaceControls developed its 3rd generation Android-based HVACR Equipment control using solidThinking Embed adding IoT connectivity and energy savings.

Wilson Golf

Wilson has a strong relationship with Altair, having worked alongside Altair ProductDesign on a number of successful projects in the past and valuing the broad range of simulation and design technologies available in the HyperWorks and solidThinking software suites. Altair’s technical and industrial design teams were selected to assist in the development of the show, working under the direction of Wilson Labs.

Simulation Speeds Roll Cage Design

Australian company relies on virtual tools to test the roll cage structures that keep motorsports drivers safe. Bremar Automotion provides simulation, testing, validation and design optimization services. <br><br> By Beverly A. Beckert<br> <i>Concept To Reality</i> Winter/ Spring 2017<br> <a href="http://www.altair.com/MagazineForm.aspx?campaign=&showRating=false" target="_blank">Subscribe to C2R Magazine</a>

A Unique Design Enables Bladeless Wind Turbines to Harness Energy

Vortex Bladeless engineers created prototypes of this innovative wind turbine a couple of years ago. To reduce development time and cost, they turned to finite-element analysis (FEA) and computational fluid dynamics (CFD) solutions to hone their designs and product development process. Computational modeling helps to confirm that an innovative design for a bladeless wind turbine will fly. <br><br>By Beverly A. Beckert<br> <i>Concept To Reality</i> Winter/ Spring 2017<br> <a href="http://www.altair.com/MagazineForm.aspx?campaign=&showRating=false" target="_blank">Subscribe to C2R Magazine</a><br><br>

Using Altair FEKO to Facilitate Development of the World's Smallest TV Antenna

Dr. Margarita Tecpoyotl-Torres leads a team of students and researchers at The Center for Research in Engineering and Applied Sciences (CIICAp) at UAEM. They use FEKO for simulation technology in the design and development small, low cost, lightweight antennas for TV and automotive applications. Her team demonstrated an outstanding level of innovation in the development of the world’s smallest antenna.

National Electric Vehicle Sweden (NEVS)

Due to a long-standing relationship with Altair and its HyperWorks suite of simulation solutions, NEVS approached Altair ProductDesign to see if the interior quality issue could be tackled with simulation. To perform the project, Altair ProductDesign worked on site alongside NEVS Interior Simulation Team to implement Altair’s Squeak and Rattle Director</a> (SnRD).

Woodland/Alloy Casting Inc.

Woodland/Alloy Casting is simulating and testing aluminum casting projects in Click2Cast. By running simulations in Click2Cast, Woodland/Alloy Casting can more accurately predict defect-free castings, while reducing time and cost in the overall casting process.

Woodland/Alloy Casting社

アルミニウム鋳造メーカーWoodland/Alloy Casting社は、Click2Castを利用して船舶排気ハウジング部品の鋳造を消失模型法から砂型法へと移行し、品質を落とさずに湯口系を改良

Faraone

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

Faraone社

軽量化されたアルミニウム押出材の新開発により、全面ガラス製のバルコニー手摺の剛性の向上、設計期間の短縮、生産コストの削減を実現

CalsonicKansei North America

CKNA contacted Altair ProductDesign for training on the Squeak and Rattle Director, which led to more in-depth consultation on the squeak and rattle methodologies, ultimately saving the company time and money by helping them identify detrimental issues early on and by improving vehicle quality.

Lighter, farther, faster, greener: TUfast Eco team drives to success with HyperWorks

For the Shell Eco-marathon, an international contest for sustainable mobility, student teams from schools and universities all over the world design vehicles that are as energy-efficient as possible. After passing a technical check, the vehicles compete for energy efficiency. In this discipline the vehicles are evaluated for the vehicle’s reach per kWh. To compete in this category, a driver with a minimum weight of 50 kg has to drive a distance of 17.9 km in less than 43 minutes. The challenge for the TUfast Eco team was breaking the world record for efficient vehicles and participation in the Shell Eco-marathon. The Altair solution included topology optimization with HyperWorks.

APEL Extrusions

APEL Extrusions employs solidThinking Click2Extrude for testing die extrusion performance. Click2Extrude allows APEL Extrusions to run numerous simulations while limiting both time and cost.

APEL社の押出成形シミュレーション

押出成形メーカーのAPEL社は、所要時間とコストを抑えながらダイスの押出性能を試験するため、Click2Extrude を利用して、製造を開始する前に押出成形をシミュレーションしました。

Mubea社、ハイパフォーマンスコンピューティングによりテーラーロールドブランクの最適化プロセスを効率化

「社内のHWUL クラスター上のリソースだけでなく、ワークロードのピーク時にはクラウドの計算キャパシ ティを短期間だけ借りることもあります。そこで、HPC チャレンジの機会を利用してHWUL Virtual Appliance を試験的に使用することにしました」 - Mubea Tailor Rolled Blanks(独), CAE Engineer, Niklas Klinke

韓国気象庁、電力消費量を抑えたスーパーコンピューター設備を実現

韓国気象庁が、PBS ProfessionalとAcuSolveを使って、パフォーマンスを維持しながら電力消費量を抑えた革新的なスーパーコンピューター設備を実現

LEIBER Group

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

LEIBER Group社(英語事例)

LEIBER社は、Inspireを利用して車両のサスペンションビームの設計・最適化を行った結果、50%以上もの質量の削減に成功しました。

LEIBER Group 集团成功案例

LEIBER 利用 Inspire设计和优化车辆悬架梁,实现减重超过50%。

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.

Alstom社(英語事例)

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.

Use Case: KTex Family for Manufacturing

Predicting the impact of the manufacturing process on composite materials.

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.

Triton Bikes(英語)

3Dプリント製カスタムチタンバイクTritonのリアヨークを、solidThinking Inspire で性能の向上、軽量化、生産性の向上を実現

ラティス構造を有する金属部品の3Dプリンティング

軽量なハイブリッドラティス構造を検討するAltairのトポロジー最適化技術、最適形状コンセプトを積層造形データに変換するMaterialise社の技術、Renishawの3Dプリント技術を結集したことで実現した建造物用スパイダーブラケットの開発秘話。

積層造形部品を活用したマウンテンバイクフレームの開発 - Robot Bike

世界最高のマウンテンバイクフレーム開発を目的として、航空宇宙エンジニアとマウンテンバイク愛好者が設立した英国のスタートアップ企業Robot Bike Companyが、積層造形部品の長所を活かした高性能マウンテンバイクフレームの開発に挑む

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

Use Case: OptiStruct with Moldex3D for Structure Analysis

Evaluating product design using OptiStruct and Moldex3D as an alternative to costly and time consuming mold trials.

Benefits of the Symbiosis of Topology Optimization and Additive Manufacturing in Architecture

The challenge was to investigate the potential offered by the symbiosis of topology optimization and additive manufacturing for architectural projects. The Altair solution included the use of the HyperWorks suite, especially OptiStruct for optimization tasks. The benefits were reduced construction time and costs due to decreased material usage while receiving better and more esthetic results.

ABB

To support the use of simulation tools in this endeavor, ABB in Spain enlisted the help of Altair ProductDesign's regional team, thanks to the company's experience in utilizing simulation tools to solve engineering challenges in the robotics industry. The project centered on improving the fatigue performance of a Twin Robot Xbar (TRX), one of ABB’s robotic part transfer systems that moves components between manufacturing stations.

Mubea Relies on HyperWorks Unlimited™ for Automotive Component Design and Production

In performing lightweighting projects for large OEMs, Mubea is the only provider worldwide who delivers innovations of tailor-rolled blanks (TRB) which are ideal for not only vehicle body structural but also for suspension components that encounter different loads across their length. The Mubea team has worked collaboratively with Altair for over 6 years. With HWUL-PA, they are able to optimize their TRB applications more efficiently than ever before, including expanded capabilities for unlimited design exploration, reduced lead time and major cost savings over traditional hardware/software purchase

High Performance Computing Speeds-up Optimization Processes for Tailor Rolled Blanks at Mubea

OEMs and suppliers include every possible technique to support lightweighting in the automotive industry. It is common to use optimization techniques in order to identify and tab existing lightweight potentials as well as design tailor rolled components in a vehicle, the design optimization of which is normally based on crash simulations. Due to the large size of these simulations, a single run can take 1 to 12 hours. To conduct all the simulation runs needed for assessment and evaluation of different design concepts, the use of HPC is necessary. HWUL- VA was able to reduce the turnaround time for a lightweight study significantly at Mubea.

構造部材を3D積層造形で製造するメリット*日本語字幕

世界的なエンジニアリング企業Arup社のシニアデザイナーが語る、「ビルやインフラなどあらゆる建築物の構造部材を3D積層造形で 製造することのメリット」とは?*日本語字幕

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.

Sintavia(英語)

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.

CADdoctor Case Study: Arkal Automotive

Arkal Automotive Optimizes FEA Data Creation Workflow with HyperMesh and CADdoctor.

Inspired by Nature: Electric Motorcycle goes 3D - Combining Topology Optimization, New Materials, and Additive Manufacturing in the Development of the Airbus APWorks Light Rider Results in a Revolutionary Lightweight Design

The Airbus APWorks Light Rider is the world's first 3D printed motorcycle prototype. Altair OptiStruct® was used for inspiration of its organic structure. Using additive manufacturing, a simulation-driven design process approach and topology optimization during the process achieved optimum lightweight design.

自然の原理を最大限に活用した、Airbus APWorks社の3Dプリント電動バイク“Light Rider”

トポロジー最適化、新素材、積層造形法の融合により 常識を覆す軽量設計が誕生

Auburn University applies HyperWorks to Optimize the Design of Composite Suspension Components and Monocoque for a SAE Formula Student Racecar

To optimize the car performance, the Auburn University SAE Racing Team focused on selected components that were most promising in terms of mass reduction with equal or increased stiffness. HyperWorks enabled them to reduce component mass-to-stiffness ratio, thereby improving car performance, speed up development time, as well as grow in knowledge of composite material design and optimization

Close Hauled with Hyperworks - Student Team of Politecnico di Torino Sails Away from Competition

The project focused on the design and construction of a skiff, a particular kind of sail boat, within the given regatta regulation. With its modeling and calculation tools, HyperWorks helped the team to significantly reduce weight while increasing stiffness, while saving time and costs.

【日本語字幕】3Dプリンティングによる航空機のエンジンパイロンのコンセプト生成 - Sogeclair Aerospace

Sogeclair Aerospace社は、プリポストにHyperMeshとHyperViewを、トポロジー最適化にOptiStructを使って、3Dプリンティング製航空機エンジンパイロンの20%の軽量化と、90%以上の部品の削減に成功しました。

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3D積層造形する人工衛星部品(日本語)

世界No.1の独立系の宇宙関連部品サプライヤーRUAG Space社が、3D積層造形する地球観測衛星SENTINEL 1B用部品の設計にHyperWorksを使う理由

HyperWorks Enables Ingeniacity to Reduce Mass of Sailing Yacht Composite Bowsprit by 65%

Altair's HyperWorks Suite provided the pre-processing, optimization and FE-solving tools to help create a new bowsprit design that was 34kg lighter than the previous model

Mabe

The consumer goods industry is fast paced and highly competitive, with designs becoming increasingly complex while the timeline for production shrinks. Companies like Mabe must innovate and develop new products quickly in order to remain on the consumer radar, and conducting various analysis studies on their designs helps them to do so. This project addresses the tedious and time consuming task of modeling the foam within the product door that helps maintain the internal temperature and also absorbs shock in a drop situation. Modeling the foam effectively is complex and difficult due to the complicated nature of the doors and other cavities, so the step was often skipped, causing inefficiencies with the product.

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.

Gator Motorsports(英語事例)

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.

Success Story: OHB System AG

HyperWorks and the Altair Partner Alliance Streamline Development Process of Optical Satellite Components at OHB System AG.

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.

Politecnico di Milano University(英語事例)

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

APWorks Choses OptiStruct for Topology Optimisation for the 3D Printed Light Rider

Despite its skeletal appearance, the Light Rider is an extremely strong yet lightweight electric motorcycle designed by Airbus subsidiary APWorks as a showcase of what’s possible when OptiStruct's topology optimisation is coupled with metallic 3D printing. Written by Tanya Weaver from DEVELOP3D.

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

A Vision of Tomorrow's Architechture: Designing the LAVA Bionic Tower

Exploring design variants with OptiStruct's FE-based topology optimization to generate a free-form exoskeleton structure

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.

ドレスデン工科大学 (英語事例)

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.

Achieving Superior Crash Performance for the Souest DX7

Analysis and optimization to improve crash performance while reducing reliance on physical tests.

Optimization-driven Product Development at Volvo

Harald Hasselblad (PhD) - Senior Analysis Engineer at Volvo Car Group Sweden - talks about introducing an Optimization Culture Arena to support simulation driven development in his company.

Biberach University of Applied Science, Institute for Architecture and Urban Development

Create modern, functional, stiff, and light architectural designs. Altair OptiStruct used to create feasible designs

ESAComp for Aerospace

One page flyer showcasing how ESAComp can be applied for design optimization in the aerospace industry.

容器設計におけるCAEを若手の育成とチームの業務遂行の両軸で支える

容器設計におけるCAE を若手に伝えることや、デザイナー、CAD 設計者へのフィードバックをスムーズに行い、設計チーム全体でより良い容器を目指すライオンが活用するHyperWorksのプラスチックボトル構造解析に特化したCAEツールPCM (Package CAE Manager)

【明治事例】ボトル容器形状最適化に向けたHyperWorksの応用

新容器開発および既存容器改善時における開発スケジュールの短縮、開発コストの削減を目指す明治がHyperWorksを活用した成功事例です。

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.

AMETEK社

AMETEK 社は、モデルベースの組み込み開発システムにより、冷却ユニット制御システムの設計、シミュレーション、ファームウェアの作成、稼動確認を実施しました。

HyperWorks Becomes Part of Mechanical Engineering Curriculum at Dalhousie University

As a key industry tool, HyperWorks becomes part of the Curriculum, providing hands-on training to Mechanical Engineering Students at Dal

Texas Instruments

Using solidThinking Embed, Texas Instruments was able to develop an embedded simulation of an entire system.

Texas Instruments社

世界的な半導体企業Texas Instrumentsは、TI 社のFAST ™オブザーバーの特性評価を行うため、システム全体のEmbed シミュレーションの開発を成功させました。

【日本語事例】3Dプリント製バルブブロックの最適化設計 - 小型化・軽量化・性能向上を実現

積層造形(SLM法)の要件内でのバルブブロックの最適化および設計という課題を抱えたVTTが、Altairの提案したOptiStruct、OSSmooth、Altairパートナーアライアンスの3-matics STLを使って、コンポーネントの全般的な小型化、軽量化を実現し、内部流路内の流体の流れを改善した事例です。

Robot Bike Co.

Developing a Fully Customizable, Additively Manufactured Mountain Bike

Altair Offers Flexibility and Enhancement for Casting Process Design and Optimization

The goal of the project outlined in this paper is to get the optimal gating system (size and position of ingate) to help avoid porosity and other common defects in the produced parts, achieving the final design to begin casting the component.

Implementing CAE into the Design Process for Composite Tennis Racquets at Wilson Sporting Goods

Wilson Labs, the innovation hub at Wilson Sporting Goods, leveraged OptiStruct and Altair ProductDesign for composites finite element analysis to reduce design cycle time and enhance product value.

Hyundai Mobis Automotive Group Improves the EMC Analysis Process from 2D to 3D Using FEKO for Shielding Effectiveness Simulation

To analyze and optimize the shielding effectiveness of the housing in an Around View Monitor (AVM) while meeting EMC requirements, Hyundai MOBIS automotive group improves the Electromagnetic Compatibility Analysis (EMC) process from 2D to 3D using FEKO for shielding effectiveness simulation

Airbus Helicopters

Airbus Helicopters Weight & Balance (W&B) team is tasked with collecting and analyzing data to forecast the weight of a product during the conceptualization phase. Collecting useful and up-to-date data in a standardized way from this wide group of stakeholders was proving to be a challenge for the W&B team, slowing down both the interrogation of data and the resulting decision making. With the manual upload of data, there was no way to create a standardized report that could be updated in real time, either internally by the different product development departments or externally by suppliers. These were the problems Altair was tasked with creating a solution for.

Application of FEKO in EM Protection Design for Electromagnetic Effects of Civil Aircraft

In the limited space of a plane, a lot of radio equipment, especially antennas are installed, leading to concerns about antenna pattern distortion caused by the plane body and inter-antenna isolation. COMAC, Shanghai Aircraft Design and Research Institute continues selecting FEKO to improve the EMC performance in the developmental phase of the multiple aircraft models C919 and ARJ21.

Top Use Cases: nanoFluidX

Presentation introducing a few of the top use cases for the CFD software, nanoFluidX.

Ford Battery Group Adopts RADIOSS Cut Methodology

In order to improve the simulation and accuracy of a high fidelity battery CAE model. Ford has turned to the cut methodology available in RADIOSS.

RUAG Space Streamlines Composite Analysis with Improved Data Workflow

RUAG Space combines the power of the Altair HyperWorks Suite with the advanced composite failure analysis methods from ESAComp to improve their efficiency and composite modeling process.

VTT optimises industrial valve block for Additive Manufacturing

Reprint of the article published on Metal AM - vol. 2 no. 1 Spring 2016

Using Flux Coupled to AMESim to Design a Fuel Injection System

Presentation from the 2013 Flux Conference

Thales Alenia Space

Companies from across a wide range of industries are attempting to find the potential impact that additive manufacturing (AM) could have on design and manufacturing processes. During its own efforts to explore AM and its potential for space satellite development programs, Thales Alenia Space Spain wanted to conduct a research project to see how optimization techniques could be used in conjunction with new manufacturing technology. The primary objective of the study was to use design optimization techniques to reduce the thermal compliance of a satellite’s aluminium filter bracket, while also optimizing the component for weight and readying the final design for the additive manufacturing process.

Advanced Composite Material Calculations at eStress Using HyperWorks, LAP and CoDA

eStress' needed to develop a practical and generalized approach to assess the behavior of curved composite beams under corner unfolding loading for design sizing. This process shows how HyperWorks, LAP and CoDA worked together to achieve this.

Optimized Design for 3D Printed Valve Block Sheds Weight, Size and Gains Improved Performance

Not every component or product is suitable for 3D printing, depending on its size, form and design as well as the quantity needed. A valve block is very suitable for 3D printing and has a high potential for improvement in weight, performance, and design freedom when additively manufactured.

Composite Rotor Blade Analysis using Altair HyperWorks

As part of a senior design project – the design and analysis of a coaxial rotor craft – Christopher Van Damme, at the time of the project senior undergraduate student within the department of Engineering Mechanics at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, had to analyze a composite made helicopter rotor blade. In his analysis he had to employ Computer-Aided Engineering tools to cover the required studies regarding static, modal, frequency response, and dynamic analysis of the rotor.

Getting it right the First Time; how FE-Simulation with RADIOSS supports Sigma Connectivity in Streamlining the Development Process

Simulation is extensively used in the early development phases at the Sigma Group, where about 10-15 engineers are working with different types of simulations.

Structural Design of Concrete Shells in Seismic Areas Using HyperWorks

Challenge: Structural optimization to design expressive structures that can safely be employed in seismic areas Altair Solution: Investigate shell structures

Application of HyperWorks to Develop Human Body Models to Assess Injury Potential for Vulnerable Populations in Vehicle Crashes

The effects of obesity on occupant responses in frontal collisions were investigated using the UMTRI whole-body human finite element models. A modeling approach was developed and applied that allowed for rapid change of a baseline human body model into geometries representing adults with different BMIs without the need for re-meshing the models.

SOGECLAIR Aerospace Employs HyperWorks to Optimize Additively Manufactured Aircraft Components: Topology optimization of a large engine pylon structure

To find new development and manufacturing approach to reduce weight while ensuring safety, HyperWorks offers SOGECLAIR Aerospace an innovative, streamlined development environment with more design freedom, faster development cycles, and lower costs. A CAE-driven design process combining topology optimization using OptiStruct and Additive Layer Manufacturing (ALM).

The SKA Radio Telescope: a Global Project for a Better Understanding of the Universe

Challenging Einstein’s seminal theory of relativity to the limits, how the very first stars and galaxies formed just after the Big Bang, the study of dark energy and the vast magnetic fields in the cosmos, and the age old question “Are we alone in the Universe?” These are some of the key scientific goals of the Square Kilometer Array (SKA) project, led by the SKA Organization from Jodrell Bank Observatory in the UK, supported by 11 member countries.

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.

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.

Design and Optimization of a High Performance C-Class Catamaran with HyperWorks

Born in 1961, based on a challenge between Great Britain and the United States about who builds the fastest catamarans, the ‘C-Class’ has been the driver of many innovations in the world of multihull sailing.

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