Rendering in Solid Thinking Inspired
“Without HyperWorks and the excellent customer support from Altair, Bloodhound’s structure would be significantly heavier and less likely to withstand travelling at 1,000 mph on land.” (Chris Hannon, Swansea Bloodhound SSC Design Engineer) “Its a great experience to use … Read More
T.K. Mattingly, veteran Apollo program and shuttle astronaut, talks about how the Orion Crew Module was adapted and advanced through the application of simulation technology and intelligence with Altair. Click here to view the video
In the UK, we are launching a series of FREE Academic Training sessions open to professors who would like to learn HyperMesh for teaching or research. The first two-day session will take place at our Altair office in Leamington Spa … Read More
View the Presentation Asbjørn Søndergaard is an architect working in the field of digital fabrication in its relation to architectural design. He is educated from Aarhus School of Architecture, and founder of Design|Compute, a design firm framing architectural design experimentation … Read More
This video (including audio) shows an example of how you might create a wheel design for an “F1 in Schools” model car.
Click the image to view the time step data. This topology rendering in Solid Thinking Inspired 8.5 was created for the upcoming Optimization Seminar in Gaydon, UK on June 21. Contact your Altair UK academic liaison to attend! This model … Read More