Watch a quick video on how a ready to run model can be used to Calculate the speed, compare Actual Speed to the Target Speed and Calculate the Energy consumed by a sample Shell Eco-marathon vehicle over time and Explore what happens if you change any of the parameters defining the vehicle, its environment, and/or the controller
In this Video Tutorial learn how to set up a Static Structural and Steady State Thermal Analysis of a Brake Disc model in Altair SimSolid suitable for use in Student cars like Baja, FSAE or Shell Eco-marathon cars etc.
Video and Simulation done by Dhanashree Jadhav
Thanks for CAD Geometry created by Pawan Kishore https://grabcad.com/library/baja-brake-disc-design-1
By Dr. C.J. Reddy Fellow IEEE, VP Business Development Electromagnetics, Altair,
In this talk, we will introduce basics of antenna modeling and simulation process with pros and cons of various numerical methods, such as Method of Moments (MoM), Multilevel Fast Multipole Method (MLFMM), Finite Element Method (FEM), Finite Difference Time Domain (FDTD), Physical Optics (PO), Ray Lunching Geometrical Optics (RL-GO) (also known as Shooting and Bouncing Ray – SBR method), and Uniform Theory of Diffraction (UTD). We will then discuss modeling and simulation of various antenna types, starting from simple configurations such as dipoles and loops and eventually leading to more complicated and practical designs such as microstrip patches and high-gain reflector antennas.
Shau Mafuna Suspension Lead, Asier Sebastian Suspension Class 2 Lead and Raquel Esteban Vehicle Dynamics Lead of Oxford Brookes Racing, explain the optimization and design of suspension uprights and design of bespoke composite wheels.