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  • Altair HyperWorks 13.0 à la pointe des tendances en conception de produits
    le logiciel facilite les processus pour atteindre les objectifs de masse des produits HyperWorks continue d offrir une vaste gamme de solveurs avancés permettant aux ingénieurs de simuler un large éventail de phénomènes physiques dont l analyse des phénomènes linéaires et non linéaires dans les structures le débit de fluide ainsi que les comportements électromagnétiques et thermiques Optimisation de la performance OptiStruct peut maintenant fonctionner à titre de solveur non linéaire puissant grâce à des fonctions affinées qui permettent de simuler les analyses de grands déplacement et les matériaux hyper élastiques comme le caoutchouc avec une utilisation avancée du calcul parallèle pour maximiser la vitesse de résolution Ses capacités d optimisation ont été perfectionnées afin d introduire de nouveaux types de réponses ainsi que l Optimisation Multi Modèle MMO permettant de trouver une conception efficace pour les composants qui sont communs à différentes structures Il est maintenant possible d utiliser AcuSolve et MotionSolve conjointement afin d étudier de façon plus précise l écoulement de l air ou le débit de fluide lorsque la pièce d une structure est en mouvement Un exemple serait de simuler l effet d un aileron arrière ajustable sur la performance aérodynamique d un véhicule de course Cette combinaison de solveurs représente l une des nombreuses capacités de la suite en matière de simulations multi physiques RADIOSS résout un plus large éventail de phénomènes physiques et des résultats encore plus précis pour la modélisation de la propagation des fissures par l analyse par éléments finis étendus XFEM ainsi que des capacités améliorées pour le déploiement du coussin gonflable airbag RADIOSS offre également une meilleure parallélisassion sur HPC pour les méthodes multi domaines et une option avancée de gestion de la masse Advanced Mass Scaling pour des temps de calculs réduits HyperStudy et OptiStruct disposent désormais d une option d intégration avec Excel Un ingénieur peut donc exporter des études de tendance trade off à des feuilles de calcul et ainsi effectuer le post traitement indépendamment de HyperStudy Dans OptiStruct il est maintenant possible d inclure des calculs Excel comme type de réponse pour l optimisation Conception allégée Altair est reconnu pour son expertise en conception de structures composites Les fonctionnalités de prétraitement dans HyperWorks ont été optimisées afin d en faciliter l utilisation De nouvelles méthodes avancées de visualisation de simulation composites dans les étapes de pré et post traitement sont maintenant disponibles avec la possibilité de visualiser différents systèmes matériels éléments et plis et de leurs superposer les contraintes De nouvelles lois de matériaux et des critères de rupture en matière de composites laminaires et de polymères ont également été ajoutés HyperForm élargit sa portée au delà du formage des métaux avec l ajout du formage de composites pour les structures sandwich et multicouches L estimateur de plissements dans HyperMesh calcule les variations d épaisseur et d angle qui résultent du drapage Ces outils très pratiques sont offerts à tous les utilisateurs HyperWorks Réduction du délai d exécution Avec la dernière version d HyperWorks les

    Original URL path: http://www.hyperworks.fr/newsdetail.aspx?news_id=11054&news_country=fr-FR (2016-01-12)
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  • solidThinking Inspire révolutionne le processus de conception pour la fabrication additive avec la création du premier cadre de vélo en impression 3D au monde
    41 33 03 61 adesvallees altair com Contact Presse Evelyn Gebhardt 49 6421 4870435 gebhardt bluegecko marketing de Tige de selle 45 pour cent plus légère grâce à l optimisation de la topologie solidThinking annonçait récemment un succès majeur dans l industrie de la fabrication additive qui pourrait révolutionner la façon dont les composants sont conçus et fabriqués Renishaw le seul fabricant au Royaume Uni d une machine de fabrication additive à base de métal a utilisé le logiciel solidThinking 9 5 Inspire pour aider à créer le premier cadre de vélo en impression 3D au monde Chris Williams d Empire Cycles une société britannique leader dans la conception et la fabrication de vélos a conçu le vélo de montagne VTT en profitant de la technologie de fabrication additive de Renishaw permettant la création d un cadre en titane qui serait à la fois solide et léger Renishaw a utilisé Inspire pour effectuer l optimisation topologique et la génération de concepts Inspire a généré une nouvelle disposition du matériau dans l espace en utilisant les cas de charges et les supports comme paramètres Le nouveau concept a non seulement atteint les objectifs de performance mais aussi obtenu la masse minimale Un outil comme Inspire va de pair avec la fabrication additive en générant une conception de composants qui maximise la liberté de fabrication et propose des composants plus solides et plus légers L allègement était le but ultime du projet ce qui s est traduit par des pièces conçues pour une résistance maximale avec un poids minimal La nouvelle tige de selle est de 45 pour cent plus légère que la tige de celle d origine Nous avons réduit la tige de selle de 360 grammes à 200 grammes et les économies de poids n ont pas besoin d être compensées ailleurs Nous n avons pas encore pleinement exploité les possibilités d analyse par éléments finis ce qui est un gros travail pour un projet comme celui ci Ce que nous avons pu faire est de nous rapprocher de l idéal et de tester le vélo dans le monde réel avec toute une série de capteurs sur le cadre Nous avons recueilli des données et optimisé à partir de là explique Robin Weston Directeur du marketing Renishaw La tige de selle créée par Renishaw témoigne d une utilisation véritablement révolutionnaire de solidThinking Inspire et de la fabrication additive Une réduction de poids de 45 sur cette partie permet non seulement d augmenter les performances mais peut aussi aider à diminuer les coûts matériaux a déclaré Andrew Bartels Program Manager solidThinking Nous sommes ravis de voir des sociétés comme Renishaw pousser les limites de la fabrication traditionnelle en utilisant Inspire pour la génération de concepts Avec des économies de poids importantes obtenues sur un seul composant et quelques réserves de la part de Williams au sujet de la conception la portée a soudainement augmenté Alors que nous avions pensé à des tubes d aluminium extrudé ou hydro formé ou même des

    Original URL path: http://www.hyperworks.fr/newsdetail.aspx?news_id=11051&news_country=fr-FR (2016-01-12)
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  • Rolo Bikes Creates the World’s Lightest and Stiffest Road Bike Frame Using HyperWorks®
    ProductDesign consulted for composite optimization and engineering expertise TROY Mich August 28 2014 Altair announced today that Rolo Bikes a European manufacturer of high performance road bikes has used Altair s computer aided engineering CAE HyperWorks Suite to design optimize and develop the world s lightest and stiffest road bike In addition to the use of HyperWorks Rolo Bikes engineers were supported by Altair ProductDesign Altair s engineering services division in the design optimization and the virtual testing process of the bike The objectives of the project were firstly to optimize the frame to achieve world leading performance for weight stiffness and comfort and secondly to develop an efficient virtual testing process to analyze the performance of future bike frames both from Rolo and other partner companies Rolo Bikes had already created virtual test jigs to replicate the European Committee for Standardization Comité Européen de Normalisation or CEN tests as well as the Zedler stiffness tests using HyperWorks and had correlated a baseline frame model to physical tests The baseline model weighed 829g but was extremely difficult to manufacture Initial virtual analysis of the baseline design highlighted several areas of concern where the frame was under particularly high stresses The optimization stage of the project wanted to address these high stress areas in a weight efficient way while ensuring a manufacturable design To optimize the carbon fiber frame Altair ProductDesign utilized a three step approach during which the shape thickness direction and location of each layer of composite material was fine tuned until an optimum solution had been reached Each stage was performed using HyperWorks design optimization solution OptiStruct At the end of this three step process HyperWorks was again utilized to analyze and validate the optimized frame against the CEN and Zedler tests The resulting composite layup created a component that is manufacturable based upon Rolo s meticulous hand layup construction process employed in its European based manufacturing center all within cost targets The composite optimization process successfully reduced the weight of the frame from 829g to 792g Additional material tweaks by Rolo s manufacturing team reduced the weight even further resulting in a final weight of just 710g The design met all performance and safety standards with the stiffness durability and performance being enhanced significantly over the target values We chose HyperWorks for our project because we think that it offers us the most powerful tools for our optimization and development tasks within one suite said Adam Wais CEO owner and co founder of Rolo Bikes In addition the use of HyperWorks enabled us to develop our own simulation tools for virtual testing When we realized that we could use additional engineering support and manpower in our development and optimization process it was a natural choice for us to work with Altair ProductDesign since the company s engineers are very familiar with HyperWorks and have tremendous expertise in designing and optimizing composite materials Working with Altair ProductDesign and using the HyperWorks suite has enabled us to develop the

    Original URL path: http://www.hyperworks.fr/newsdetail.aspx?news_id=11045&news_country=fr-FR (2016-01-12)
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  • Materialise Joins the Altair Partner Alliance
    Business Model Why HyperWorks Communiqués de presse Evénements Nos Partenaires Blog Locations Contactez nous La suite HyperWorks Communiqués de presse Evénements Nos Partenaires Carrières Locations Contactez nous Nouveautés Materialise Joins the Altair Partner Alliance Media Contacts Altair Corporate North America Jennifer Korail 1 248 304 1429 korail airfoilgroup com Altair Europe the Middle East and Africa Evelyn Gebhardt 49 6421 9684351 gebhardt bluegecko marketing de Materialise Margaux Stinglhamber 32 16 744 580 margaux stinglhamber materialise be 3 matic STL software now available to HyperWorks users TROY Mich August 27 2014 Today Altair announced that rapid prototyping and additive manufacturing leader Materialise has joined the Altair Partner Alliance making 3 matic STL available to HyperWorks users With 3 matic STL users can make design modifications directly on STL scanned and computer aided design CAD data in preparation for 3D printing In particular use of this software facilitates the use of topology optimization during the design process The software works on an STL level to allow users to modify designs remesh create 3D textures and more for an optimal and effective result Materialise is pleased to be able to offer 3 matic STL to HyperWorks users through the Altair Partner Alliance said Lieve Boeykens Brand Manager for Materialise The opportunities for collaboration between our software and solidThinking Inspire and solidThinking Evolve for example are extensive We can t wait to see how this partnership progresses The ability to work directly on an STL level makes files ready for 3D printing or finite element analysis immediately and provides a large degree of freedom for the user Parts of the geometry can be easily swapped or exchanged whether designed in 3 matic STL or imported from a CAD package There are several operations that enhance the surface quality of the topology data since users have the ability to replace parts of the design with lattice structures and easily combine multiple topology results into one 3 matic STL was used by the team to prepare an OptiStruct topology result for 3D printing said Andrew Bartels Program Manager solidThinking Inspire at Altair It was easy to use for removing fine details as well as to smooth and thicken the resulting model s parts that would otherwise have been impossible to print The final model contained two joining parts that literally snapped together when we received them from the printer We couldn t have printed the model with this level of precision without 3 matic STL To learn more about Materialise and 3 matic STL please register for the upcoming introductory webinar taking place on Sept 3 2014 at 9 a m and 1 p m Eastern Daylight Time About the Altair Partner Alliance Altair s HyperWorks platform applies a revolutionary subscription based licensing model in which customers use floating licenses to access a broad suite of Altair developed as well as third party software applications on demand The Altair Partner Alliance effectively extends the HyperWorks platform from more than 20 internally developed solutions to upwards of

    Original URL path: http://www.hyperworks.fr/newsdetail.aspx?news_id=11044&news_country=fr-FR (2016-01-12)
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  • solidThinking Inspire® Certified for Company-Wide Use by Daimler
    Academic Programmes universitaires Academic Training Center Academic Support Forum A propos de A propos de A propos Business Model Why HyperWorks Communiqués de presse Evénements Nos Partenaires Blog Locations Contactez nous La suite HyperWorks Communiqués de presse Evénements Nos Partenaires Carrières Locations Contactez nous Nouveautés solidThinking Inspire Certified for Company Wide Use by Daimler Company Contact Mirko Bromberger 49 7031 6208 152 bromberger altair de Media Contacts Europe the Middle East and Africa Evelyn Gebhardt 49 6421 9684351 gebhardt bluegecko marketing de Corporate Americas Jennifer Korail 1 248 304 1429 korail airfoilgroup com Organic inspiration for automotive design engineers Troy Mich July 31 2014 Daimler AG has officially certified solidThinking Inspire a product that enables design engineers to create and investigate structurally efficient concepts quickly and easily With this certification the tool becomes available to all design engineers at the customer as part of the Altair HyperWorks computer aided engineering software suite Traditional structural simulations allow engineers to check if a design will support the required loads solidThinking Inspire enhances this process by directly generating an optimal new material layout within a given design space using loads as an input The automotive industry is continually striving for lighter and more structurally efficient designs to meet global emission regulations while improving product performance With solidThinking Inspire these goals can now be achieved during the initial conceptual design phase of a new component or system since the tool supports a simulation driven design process Furthermore solidThinking Inspire helps design engineers follow the functional and resource efficient design rules found within nature an approach often called biomimicry for additional inspiration This typically results in more organic looking shapes and structures than traditional design methods With the Daimler certification all design engineers within the car and truck development departments of the company may now

    Original URL path: http://www.hyperworks.fr/newsdetail.aspx?news_id=11038&news_country=fr-FR (2016-01-12)
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  • Altair Expands to South Africa with Office in Stellenbosch
    propos Business Model Why HyperWorks Communiqués de presse Evénements Nos Partenaires Blog Locations Contactez nous La suite HyperWorks Communiqués de presse Evénements Nos Partenaires Carrières Locations Contactez nous Nouveautés Altair Expands to South Africa with Office in Stellenbosch Company Contact Fiona Richardson 27 21 831 1500 frichardson emss co za Media Contacts Europe the Middle East and Africa Evelyn Gebhardt 49 6421 9684351 gebhardt bluegecko marketing de Corporate Americas Jennifer Korail 1 248 304 1429 korail airfoilgroup com TROY Mich July 28 2014 Altair a US based engineering company recently acquired EM Software Systems S A makers of FEKO electromagnetic field analysis software FEKO is now becoming part of Altair s computer aided engineering CAE suite HyperWorks With this move Altair gains a local presence in South Africa with tremendous depth of industry expertise Personnel in Stellenbosch will be responsible for all Altair sales and support activities in the region Altair s technology allows businesses to create superior market leading products efficiently and cost effectively Apart from several modeling and visualization products HyperWorks offers analysis and optimization for structural analysis and lightweight design computational fluid dynamics multi body system performance manufacturing process simulations for metal and polymer extrusion sheet metal forming simulation and more Altair s flexible software licensing model replaces traditional licensing plans with a pay per use system which means that users can use multiple applications for a unit based flat rate rather than paying for each license explains Gronum Smith newly appointed country manager for Altair South Africa This approach leads to higher software utilisation making companies more productive while reducing costs and resulting in a higher return on investment HyperWorks users also have access to a broad range of complementary product offerings from independent software vendors through the Altair Partner Alliance Software covering areas such as

    Original URL path: http://www.hyperworks.fr/newsdetail.aspx?news_id=11033&news_country=fr-FR (2016-01-12)
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  • Altair Concludes Successful 7th European Altair Technology Conference in Munich, Germany
    Click here Support Documentation Support Forum Contactez nous Formation Training Home Course Schedule Course Descriptions Virtual Led Training Self Paced Training HyperWorks Learning Library Contactez nous Academic Academic Programmes universitaires Academic Training Center Academic Support Forum A propos de A propos de A propos Business Model Why HyperWorks Communiqués de presse Evénements Nos Partenaires Blog Locations Contactez nous La suite HyperWorks Communiqués de presse Evénements Nos Partenaires Carrières Locations Contactez nous Nouveautés Altair Concludes Successful 7th European Altair Technology Conference in Munich Germany Press Contact Evelyn Gebhardt Blue Gecko Marketing GmbH Tel 49 6421 9684351 gebhardt bluegecko marketing de Company Contact Lydia Williams Altair Engineering Tel 44 0 1926 468 600 lydia williams uk altair com Focused on lightweight design lead time reduction performance prediction and virtual product development TROY Mich July 10 2014 Altair announced today that the 7th European Altair Technology Conference ATC attracted around 600 engineers managers and simulation experts to Munich June 24 26 The conference kicked off with several technical workshops product training sessions and The Next Big Idea panel discussion during which industry experts from the additive manufacturing aerospace and automotive sectors presented their latest projects Notably participants discussed how simulation technology and game changing new manufacturing methods are influencing product development and the diffusion of innovation across multiple industries This event has grown from a user conference mainly for computer aided engineering CAE specialists into one of the major product development technology events in Europe It now covers a multitude of topics including lightweight design multiphysics simulation additive manufacturing computational fluid dynamics CFD noise vibration and harshness NVH analysis crash and impact simulation and more On June 24th Altair also hosted the FEKO User Group Meeting EMSS the developer of the electromagnetic simulation solver FEKO became part of Altair in June The completion of the acquisition was officially announced on June 24th during the conference The conference program on June 25th began with several keynote presentations by Altair and renowned customers Porsche Ferrari Jaguar Land Rover Scania and Stadler Rail Jim Scapa Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Altair discussed the company s organic growth as well as its dedication to helping customers radically change the way they design products and make decisions Estimated 2014 revenues of 300 Million USD will be achieved through software sales acquisitions engineering services and Altair s broad HPC offering Dr Uwe Schramm and James Dagg presented the company vision and product news On June 26th Jeff Brennan presented a retrospective entitled 20 Years of OptiStruct profiling the evolution and success of Altair s structural analysis and optimization product Technical keynote sessions included presentations from Scania GKN Aerospace Valeo Voith Hydro Magna Steyr MAN and the event s platinum sponsors HP and Intel The event closed with a talk from Dr Royston Jones of Altair about multi disciplinary optimization a topic garnering increased attention from both the automotive and aerospace industries With more than 600 registrations and close to 600 actual attendees we are very pleased with the

    Original URL path: http://www.hyperworks.fr/newsdetail.aspx?news_id=11027&news_country=fr-FR (2016-01-12)
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  • Altair and EM Software & Systems – S.A. (EMSS) Close Deal
    Course Schedule Course Descriptions Virtual Led Training Self Paced Training HyperWorks Learning Library Contactez nous Academic Academic Programmes universitaires Academic Training Center Academic Support Forum A propos de A propos de A propos Business Model Why HyperWorks Communiqués de presse Evénements Nos Partenaires Blog Locations Contactez nous La suite HyperWorks Communiqués de presse Evénements Nos Partenaires Carrières Locations Contactez nous Nouveautés Altair and EM Software Systems S A EMSS Close Deal Media Contacts Corporate Americas Jennifer Korail 1 248 304 1429 korail airfoilgroup com Europe the Middle East and Africa Evelyn Gebhardt 49 6421 9684351 gebhardt bluegecko marketing de Addition of FEKO Enhances HyperWorks Simulation Suite TROY Mich June 24 2014 Altair acquired 100 percent of EM Software Systems S A Pty Ltd and its international distributor offices in the United States Germany and China this month This development adds the FEKO solver to the HyperWorks suite and strengthens the Altair simulation offering in the aerospace automotive and shipbuilding industries in particular reflecting the commitment of the company to provide comprehensive best of breed solutions to its customers In addition in house electromagnetic expertise crossing multiple industries will enable the company s consulting arm Altair ProductDesign to take on more responsibility in customer engagements where this specialized applied engineering knowledge is required Typical applications of FEKO include antenna design antenna placement electromagnetic compatibility analysis bioelectromagnetics radio frequency components 3 dimensional electromagnetic circuits design and analysis of radomes and radar cross section analysis Altair HyperWorks contains a number of industry leading solvers including OptiStruct RADIOSS MotionSolve and AcuSolve The addition of FEKO will help to address coupled electromagnetic thermal and electromagnetic mechanical problems among others Electronics and communications technology are driving additional complexity into product development on an unprecedented scale making computational electromagnetic simulation very important to many of our customers

    Original URL path: http://www.hyperworks.fr/newsdetail.aspx?news_id=11023&news_country=fr-FR (2016-01-12)
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