Simulation Software Increases Community Coverage

Altair’s latest release of its simulation- and AI-driven product development platform, Altair HyperWorks 2019, extends its viability into more markets. The updated application expands the number of options for designers and engineers, under a single, open-architecture platform, to speed decision-making and time to market.  

Enhancements found in of this release include fast simulation of complex assemblies; easy-to-learn fatigue life prediction; efficient workflows for multi-physics; superior high-fidelity modeling, enhanced user experience for fast concept modeling; expanded non-linear solver functionality; and continued generative design leadership. Additionally, the recent release includes an expanded set of workflows for the company’s Altair HyperMesh product that promise to make advanced analysis capabilities more accessible. For more information, product descriptions and instructive videos await your perusal.  

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