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Acquisition expands solver portfolio into discrete element method analysis.
Altair Inspire Studio is part of Altair’s Inspire Platform, a set of contemporary tools transforming product design by making simulation the heart and soul of the suite.
One of the picks will be chosen as DE’s Editor’s Pick of the Week.
Inspire Studio is a new solution for designers, architects and digital artists to create, evaluate and visualize designs faster.
Polliwog, a high-tech software company near Seoul, South Korea, provides electronic design automation software to the electronics industry.
Vortex Studio—a simulation and visualization software for worksite system-level, in-the-loop modeling of mechatronics and mechanical equipment —features high-fidelity, real-time simulation, the company says.
Limited test data on materials performance for metals AM printers is slowing confidence in still-fledgling technology.
Composite performance inseparable from manufacturing process and material design.
FE dummy models are virtual representations of their respective physical crash test dummy.