University Students Strive To Enhance Products from Wheels to Golf Clubs in Altair International Student Challenge
Students from universities across the globe will recommend ways to improve the products consumers use every day — from sporting goods to automotive components — as they participate in the Altair International Simulation-Driven Design Challenge over the next four months.
Altair today introduced HyperWorks Virtual Wind Tunnel, a streamlined and high quality vertical application designed to improve wind tunnel simulation for the automotive industry.
The Altair Partner Alliance announced that the electromechanical analysis tool JMAG, created by Japan’s JSOL Corp., will be available to enabled HyperWorks users this fall.
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The Altair Partner Alliance Wednesday announced the addition of its sixth composites partner, AlphaStar Corp.
Altair, a provider of simulation technology and engineering services, announced Tuesday that it had broadened its relationship with Siemens PLM Software to enable closer collaboration in the exchange of data among product lifecycle management teams who employ Altair computer-aided engineering tools in analyzing product designs and materials.
Altair Partner Alliance announced Wednesday that AnalySwift will be joining the program and adding its complex composite modeling tool, SwiftComp Micromechanics, to the growing offering of partner applications available to HyperWorks users under Altair’s license manager.
Troy-based Altair Engineering Tuesday announced the release of HyperWorks 12.0, the latest verseion of its comprehensive computer-aided engineering platform.
The Altair HyperWorks Partner Alliance announced the addition of NovaCast Systems AB and its NovaFlow&Solid CV software to the partner program.
Altair’s HyperWorks Partner Alliance announced a new partnership with Troy-based Dimensional Control Systems Inc. The company’s product, 3DCS Variation Analyst Multi-CAD, performs tolerance analysis, predicting the amount of variation inherent in designs and identifying the sources of that variation.