The Department of Energy is working with several industry partners to advance the development of software for exascale computing.
Altair has announced that it has entered into a multi-year original equipment manufacturing (OEM) agreement with HPE
Robert Roe reports from the European Altair Technology Conference and finds that simulation-driven design is taking centre stage for the CAE industry.
Altair has announced its collaboration with CANDI Controls to offer a smart building solution that operates with commercial gateways
The European Converge conference, hosted by solidThinking returns to the SANAA building in Essen Germany on October 17th, 2017
Altair has announced that Additive Works, a company specialising in simulation and process software for additive manufacturing. Additive Works has now joined the Altair Partner Alliance (APA) and its Amphyon software will now be available for HyperWorks users.
Amphyon is a simulation based process software for powder bed based, laser beam melting additive manufacturing processes. It allows for automatic optimization of part orientation as well as a build up process simulation and the adaption of process parameters in order to achieve a higher part quality and more process stability.
This webinar will act as an introduction to Additive Works for users who are interested in enhancing capabilities for additive manufacturing.
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The benefit of design exploration and optimization is understood and accepted by engineers but the required intensive computational resources have been a challenge for their adoption into the design process. The HyperWorks Unlimited (HWUL) appliance provides an effective solution to these challenges as it seamlessly connects all the necessary tools together in the cloud. The aim of this study is to showcase the benefits of HWUL on an optimization driven design of a complex system. For this purpose, an automotive seat design for crash loadcases is selected as an example.
Gemma Church learns that aerospace simulation is focused on fine-grain simulations to optimise component performance and meet strict regulatory requirements
Robert Roe looks at the latest simulation techniques used in the design of industrial and commercial vehicles
Robert Roe looks at research from the University of Alaska that is using HPC to change the way we look at the movement of ice sheets
Robert Roe talks to cooling experts to find out what innovation lies ahead for HPC users