This session will highlight the capabilities of Altair’s fatigue capabilities in HyperLife. The live training sessions will include demonstrations of the modern and easy to use GUI, plus it will cover hands on training for key features of: Stress Life (SN), Strain Life (EN), Factor of Safety, Weld Fatigue, Signal Processing, and Fatigue Analysis which includes Damage, Number of Cycles to Failure and other available data.
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.
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. We will also be learning how to Nurbify a design, using the optimized results.
This class will cover the use of Altair Inspire to simulate Multi Body Dynamic solutions. The course will cover the import of geometry, establishment of ground bodies, defining joints and contact and creating actuators, motors and springs. Students will then simulate the models they define and learn how to post process as will as use motion results to drive analysis and optimization solutions.
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.
This e-book is aimed at readers who are approaching “System Dynamics and Control Theory” for the first time or have a basic knowledge of this subject. We will provide the reader all the required theoretical knowledge before moving to the practical examples shown. If you are an expert in these fields, feel free to skip the theoretical explanation and focus on the practical examples solved using Altair Compose.
This book is a step by step introduction in the building of finite element models using Altair Flux Student Edition 2018.1.2 for a squirrel cage bar breakage process and broken bar faults in an induction motor. The book is written for users who want to get started using Flux in their projects.