There are few things more fun than an Electric Dirt Bike, using Altair solutions, the ELISAVA student team improved their motorcycle’s parts and created a lighter, more efficient design. The team also optimized complex assemblies while ensuring maximum performance, comfort, and safety. The optimization of the “Dayna EVO” frame to achieve an optimal package for an electric powertrain also shows that electrification can save costs.View More
P.McArdle, D.J.Lahneman, H.Jiang, M.M.Qazilbash – Department of Physics, College of William & Mary, Williamsburg, Virginia 23187-8795 / June 25, 2021
In this white paper, we present our interesting research on novel numerical simulations of infrared nano-spectroscopy using Altair FEKO which has been published in Physical Review Research . We employed the Method of Moments (MoM) and Surface Equivalence Principle (SEP) solution methods to model experimental data.View More
This case study demonstrates how Altair Inspire’s topological optimization and Polynurbs are enabling a new way of product design that matches perfectly with additive manufacturing. This technology allows pushing way further and obtaining especial lightweight designs in a short period of time.View More
FSAE Unicamp is one of the main and most successful Formula SAE teams in Brazil, winning the title of champion of the 16th Brazilian Formula Competition SAE, Here The Team talks about the various ways they use Altair software in the design of their car in terms of light-weighting, Chassis Design, Crash analysis and aerodynamics among others. They are at 1st Place in Virtual Rooms # 5 and # 6 of the first virtual presentation of World Design.View More
An exciting video from the highly successful Unicamp E Racing team, seven times Brazilian champions and two times American champions, They talk about the various ways they use Altair software in the design of their car in terms of lightweighting and aerodynamics among others. Their car holds the fastest car record in the whole American continent with a 0-100 km/h acceleration in 3 seconds.
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University of Texas – Arlington (UTA) Racing FSAE team was founded in 1976 and has been consistently competing at various competitions across the United States, as well as the United Kingdom, Japan and Australia. UTA racing has been using Altair Engineering’s tools to validate and improve designs of various components of their racecar. In this case it’s the pedal box the team developed for their 2019 car.View More
Using Altair simulation software, Gurit supports Western Sydney University’s Bridgestone World Solar Challenge team, helping them design the most efficient and aerodynamic
car possible, while ensuring driver safety
and adhering to class rules.
Arnab Chattopadhyay, Vishal Bagthadia, Sanat Munot and Sumod Nandanwar are a group
of undergraduate students from MIT working on their final-year project, ‘Topology Optimization of an Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV)’ under the guidance of Mr. Girish S. Barpande, Associate Professor, MIT Pune. In addition to this, the group also worked closely with Mr. Chaitanya Kachare, Associate Professor, Transportation Design from MIT Institute of Design (a sister institute to MIT Pune) who guided them with the additive manufacturing and the aesthetics of the final design.
The students benefitted largely from using Altair’s meshing software for their composite
models as well as having access to a huge quantity of guidance material and personal
support from Altair. During the year of the study, the team participated in several Formula
SAE competitions including positive results at the Formula Student Germany challenge.
The students were proud of the overall outcome which was motivational for continued