The 1 DOF Copter has been designed to simplify the intelligent control strategy of flight systems, flight dynamics and enables users to experience the fundamental concepts of quadcopters, rockets, hovercrafts, and underwater vehicles. This ready to use courseware enables students to understand the main topics of control engineering such as system modelling, linear control system design and simulation with the help of Altair Activate and Altair Inspire Motion.
romAI is an application that is capable of approximating static and dynamic systems by making use of either simulation, test or real-world data. Its primary advantage is that it can be used to speed up system output estimations or predictions, in response to some sort of new control scheme or input parameter change. And this can then be used to refine the design of the system through simulation, or during actual operation to predict and obtain outputs. The learning material here will kickstart your rom AI learning process with several simple examples.
Welcome to the Altair Embed® Creating Electric Motor Drive Firmware Guide that provides insight into the principals of diagram construction and
execution of various motor drives using different control algorithms. The example diagrams discussed in this document are supplied with Embed
and located under Examples > eDrives > Tutorials.
In this tutorial, a linear static tensile test will be simulated. First of all, a tensile specimen made of aluminium will be created. The displacement and nominal stress will be
examined. In the second step, the same tensile test will be examined for a composite laminate made of only UD-plies, In the last step of this tutorial, a mesh will be imported into HyperMesh™, and boundary conditions and loads will be applied.
In this tutorial one wants to find out if a round Plexiglas (acrylic) plate will be damaged if it suffers from the impact of a steel ball, which was dropped from a height of 1m. Assume the steel ball is 0.24 meters in diameter, and the Plexiglas plate is 1 meter in diameter and 0.05 meters thick. Assuming that the Plexiglas plate is glued to the floor.
In this tutorial, we will simulate a NACA 4314 Airfoil in a steady 10m/s flow of water. NACA airfoils were studied in the 1920’s and 1930’s by the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics (NACA, the predecessor to NASA), and they have been used in a wide variety of applications. The domain and boundary conditions we will be using are shown in the diagram below: