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The Altair Partner Alliance (APA) provides access to a broad spectrum of complementary software products, through the use of HyperWorks Units (HWUs) at no additional cost. Their continuously expanding list of partner software, across a broad range of disciplines, serves the needs of hundreds of companies ranging from automotive, aerospace, and defense to consumer products, biomedical and heavy equipment. The APA curates a diverse collection of blog posts written by its many partners to keep readers informed on a variety of trending engineering topics.

Would Brunel Have Used a Spreadsheet?

This guest contribution on Innovation Intelligence is written by Samir Khan, Product Manager of Maple at Maplesoft. Maple and MapleSim are available through the Altair Partner Alliance. I have a grudging respect for Victorian engineers. Isambard Kingdom Brunel, for example, designed … Read More

How to Solve Multi-Component Molding Issues with CAE

This guest contribution on Innovation Intelligence is written by Chao-Tsai Huang, Director of Technical Research at CoreTech System, developers of Moldex3D. CoreTech is a member of the Altair Partner Alliance. MCM Product Development Multi-component molding (MCM) is a process that involves injecting multiple types of materials … Read More

Verification and Validation in FEA

This guest contribution on Innovation Intelligence is written by Brent Lancaster, Principle Support Engineer at ESRD, developers of StressCheck. ESRD is a member of the Altair Partner Alliance. Verification and validation (V&V) in finite element analysis (FEA) is becoming a major focus for organizations wanting … Read More

The Curse of the Split Melt

This guest contribution on Innovation Intelligence is written by Håkan Fransson, CEO at NovaCast Systems AB, developers of NovaFlow&Solid CV. NovaCast is a member of the Altair Partner Alliance. It may not be 100% correct, but I once said that there is not one single … Read More