Category: Automotive & Transportation

2014 International Vehicle Aerodynamics Conference

Altair UK exhibited at the 2014 International Vehicle Aerodynamics Conference at Loughborough University this past October.  This successful and prestigious conference series provides a unique opportunity for engineers, designers, academics, and researchers to collaborate on the latest developments across all fields related to aerodynamics.  … Read More

Featured Event: ATCx Powertrain in Munich, Germany

Engine performance and ride and handling are differentiators for luxury sport automotive products in particular. Engineering for durability and to reduce noise, vibration, and harshness requires the use of predictive tools early in the design process. Historically, this type of … Read More

2014 Student Formula SAE® Japan

Altair was proud to sponsor the 2014 Student Formula Japan event in Shizuoka, Japan in September..Launched in 2003 as an extension of the original Formula SAE series, Student Formula Japan created a platform for students to develop mono-zukuri (object creation) … Read More

Sweat the Small Stuff

This guest post on Innovation Intelligence was written by Andy MacKrell, Product/Project Manager at MultiMechanics, developer of MultiMech, a composites analysis software suite. MultiMechanics is a member of the Altair Partner Alliance. The ability to tailor the composition of a material to obtain … Read More

Topology Optimization Meets 3D Printing in Lyon, France

This past summer, Altair participated in the first business-to-business trade show in France dedicated to additive manufacturing, 3D PRINT. The exhibition provided an overview of the latest technological advances in additive manufacturing, including relevant technologies like 3D imaging software, materials, … Read More

Organic Structural Design at Polaris

Editor’s Note:  The full article, entitled “When Engineering Intuition Is Not Enough”, was published in the Fall 2013 / Winter 2014 issue of Altair’s Concept to Reality magazine.  The archive may be viewed here. An optimal structure is many manufacturers’ goal when creating … Read More