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HyperWorks 12.0 introduced a new Large Scale EigenSolver called Automatic Multilevel Substructuring Eigen Solver (AMSES) in OptiStruct. AMSES is a very efficient and modern solution to run many complex noise and vibration analyses, such as frequency response, transient response, and CMS Super Element creation.
Available with the standard Altair HyperWorks installation, the collaboration tools functionalities are completely out-of-the-box, enabling users to work in a powerful and truly collaborative environment within minutes, with no additional installation or customization required. New functionalities have been added in the 12.0 release, making simulation data management and organization available in an extremely user-friendly environment.
As the release of HyperWorks 12.0 grows closer and closer, we wanted to give you a sneak peek of HyperWorks 12.0 and the related online training material you should expect to be available. Click on the video below to learn more about HyperMesh 12.0′s Quality Index Cleanup Tools. New cleanup tools have been added allowing you to place nodes, optimize nodes and dynamically update holes and washers.
OptiStruct offers a comprehensive optimization package aimed to simplifying the design of composite structures. This package includes three main optimization phases and associated techniques: Concept (free size), Dimension (size) and Sequence (shuffling). This video will focus on phase one, concept design through free size optimization.
HyperMorph is an easy-to-use mesh manipulation tool within HyperMesh that allows users to quickly stretch any finite element mesh while keeping mesh distortion at a minimum.
Build simple design spaces by modifying or creating new parts using sketching tools such as lines, rectangles, circles and arcs. Sketched geometry can be exported from Inspire in various formats including Parasolid, STEP, and IGES.
To Learn more about What’s New in solidThinking Inspire 9.0 click here:
What’s New with solidThinking Inspire 9.0
This short video will guide you through the non-linear implicit capabilities in RADIOSS. The example shows how to create a plastic material and corresponding shell properties, setup boundary conditions and imposed velocity, setup and run the analysis and review the results of bending of a plate.
This learning video will guide you through a brief overview of HyperCrash, Altair’s modeling environment for crash analysis and safety evaluation.
Part of HyperWorks and very well integrated with HyperMesh, HyperCrash is a robust pre-processing environment specifically designed to automate the creation of high-fidelity models for crash analysis and safety evaluation.
Developed in cooperation with the industry’s leading manufacturers, HyperCrash increases departmental efficiency and results accuracy through process driven workflows and automated model checking and correction.