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Q&A with Altair’s CMO Jeff Brennan: Celebrating 20 Years of OptiStruct
This post is taken from Altair's corporate blog, 'Innovation Intelligence'. This month Altair celebrates the 20th anniversary of OptiStruct®. The...
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CAE Technology Drives Automotive Lightweighting
This guest post  was written by Dr. Ivor Tseng, Program Manager, Research & Development Division at CoreTech System Co., Ltd. (Moldex3D). The post...
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Simulation’s Role in the Pursuit for Innovation
“Innovation” has to be at the top of the 2014 management buzzwords list. According to Google, it is the 39th most popular searched for term on the...
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Altair announced today that RUAG Space, with the support of Altair ProductDesign, has built a redesigned, optimized antenna support for an Earth observation satellite, to be produced using industrial additive manufacturing, or 3D printing. The objective was to create an aluminum component that would be significantly stiffer while at the same time lighter, taking full advantage of the design freedom afforded by 3D printing. To redesign and optimize the antenna, engineers used Altair HyperWorks®...
The £995,000 project, which began at the Cranfield University Welding Engineering and Laser Processing Centre in January 2014, is...
Green Car Journal has announced its five finalists for the magazine's high-profile 2015 Green Car of the Year® program. The 2015...
Alcoa, a global leader in lightweight, high-performance metals, has produced the world’s largest single-piece...
Scientists from the UK's University of Southampton have revealed that feather shafts are made of a multi-layered...