- Prathamesh Sankhe
- Purdue University, USA
- Mechanical Engineering
- Dr. Carl Wassgren
- August 2019 - May 2021
A quick demonstration (less than 3 minutes video) to show Altair’s fully integrated capability with a self-controlled Pinball model:
• Create a geometry and set the multibody on Altair Inspire;
• Create controls on Altair Activate;
• Render on Altair Inspire Studio.
The intention of this class is to give instruction on the details of building and correlating full vehicle MBD models, starting with basic input data. During this class, an introduction to basic vehicle dynamics terminology and concepts is presented.
In this session we will cover the optimization driven design process using Altair Inspire. We will be learning how to create/import geometry, then set up the model for topology optimization, analyze the design concepts generated and then recreate geometry for final design. In addition we will review how motion simulation can be used to define your loadings on your model (suspension system for example) to allow you to run analysis and optimization.
This course is intended to provide an overview of performing Composite Analysis and Optimization using HyperMesh and OptiStruct. Students will learn the basic concepts about composite and how to perform analysis and optimization on models with these materials. This is a theoretical and practical course that covers all design steps for systems manufactured with composite materials using an automated optimization technique developed inside HyperWorks.
This session will highlight the capabilities of Altair’s award winning solver technology found in OptiStruct. Live demonstrations will feature the Linear Analysis capabilities as well as the multi-disciplinary Optimization capabilities found in this industry leading software. Linear static, modal and buckling analysis as well as topology, topography, size, shape, free size and free shape optimization techniques will be shown.
2020 Fall Directed Learning Webinar Series – Introduction to Altair HyperMesh™ and Altair HyperView™ This is an introductory course for using HyperMesh to create and set up finite element models for analysis. A combination of lectures and exercises will familiarize students to the HyperMesh environment, process, and suite of tools needed to start using HyperMesh in their work.
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