We invite you to an online conference dedicated to the experience with the creation of conceptual and variant design proposals with the help of fast structural simulations.
During the individual contributions, Jaguar Land Rover, GM, NOV, Whirlpool and others will acquaint you with their development processes, methods and procedures. They will also show you which simulation tools they use and where they see their greatest contribution to the requirements for shortening development.
The papers will discuss the practical deployment of tools, especially Altair SimSolid and Inspire. You will learn how to evaluate the mechanical properties of design variants in a matter of seconds and what you can expect from the Simulation-driven Design approach.
This is a process document for SimSolid which details methods to use the program in the automotive industry. In particular, the focus is on early design simulation of automotive subassemblies. The methods are general enough that they can be implemented with any program where automotive sub-structures are designed and analyzed for normal modes and linear statics.
In the eBook published by Altair University, the authors present a new simulation method used in SimSolid. Nowadays we hear buzzwords and stop taking them seriously. However, when we look at SimSolid, we think and believe that the notion of a “revolutionary” simulation method not only makes sense, but is also a corresponding description.
This eBook from Altair University provides an introduction to the “Simulation Driven Design” process and gives users, students, and designers new to computer-aided engineering (CAE) the first insight into how to create conceptual designs with simulations.
We are constantly expanding our network of clients, including major final manufacturers and suppliers for the automotive, aerospace and railway industries, as well as small and large engineering companies. We are active in the Czech Republic and beyond.
Analytics Cookies help us track the number of visitors and also the source of the traffic, allowing us to improve the performance of the site. We can use them to determine which pages are the most popular and which are unpopular, as well as to track how visitors move around the site. All the information that cookies collect is aggregated and anonymous. If you do not allow cookies, we will not know when you visited our site.
Marketing cookies are used by us or our partners to show you relevant content or advertisements both on our site and on third party sites. This enables us to create profiles based on your interests, so-called pseudonymized profiles. Based on this information, it is generally not possible to directly identify you as a person, as only pseudonymized data is used. Unless you express your consent, you will not receive content and advertisements tailored to your interests.
Technical cookies are necessary for the proper functioning of the website and all the functions it offers. We do not require your consent to use technical cookies on our website. For this reason, technical cookies cannot be individually deactivated or activated.