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The Altair HyperWorks Suite Speeds Development of Lightweight Alpine Trains

Stadler Rail is a dynamic company in a dynamic industry. With 2,000 employees at six European locations, Stadler produces light rapid-transit trains and streetcars for regional and local railroads, and is the leading supplier of cars to the cog railway market. The company uses modular, scalable concepts to design customer-oriented solutions, targeting specific needs. The Static/Dynamic/Certification Department, which creates CAE simulations of Stadler's CAD railcarmodels, used Altair's HyperWorks Engineering Framework to develop the Glacier Express, a lightweight train that carries passengers over a breathtaking route through the majestic Alps. HyperWorks tools enabled the department to move quickly and efficiently through the development process.

HyperWorks Tailors CAE Processes to Reduce Cell Phone Development Time at Motorola

Using HyperWorks, Motorola significantly reduced CAE cycle time by automating the process of input deck generation and results evaluation. By deploying HyperWorks’ process automation engine, analysts created a customized solution to simulate cell phone models more quickly.

Programmable, Open-Architecture HyperWorks Helps Toshiba Design Smaller Hard Disk Drives to Meet Market Demand

Toshiba Digital Network Company, faced with increasing global competition in the hard disk drive (HDD) marketplace, set out to create an advantage through the redesign of their existing HDD product(s). To support this effort, Toshiba partnered with Altair Engineering to automate its design process. This was accomplished by leveraging HyperWorks powerful modeling, visualization and optimization software applications with Toshiba’s proprietary solver for fluid dynamics. The specific goal was to optimize the air bearing surface (ABS) of the HDD’s magnetic head slider. This unique product development process resulted in minimizing the flying height as much as possible while considering its stability. This, in turn, reduced the overall size of the HDD and increased its recording density. In addition, the new design was brought to market in significantly less time than with Toshiba’s traditional design process.

Validation Ensures Trains Are on Track to Meet European Safety Standards

Numerical simulation aids in the design of passive safety systems to minimize passenger injury during railway accidents.

Dialing into Simulation to Streamline Cellular Phone Development

Upstream model simulation reduces product development time and enables Motorola to meet critical market demands.

Quality Driven by CAE

Advanced CAE tools enable companies to design quality into their products.

Fine-Tuning 300-Ton Haulers: HyperWorks at Hitachi Truck Manufacturing

Hitachi Truck Manufacturing sought ways of reducing materials costs for its mammoth mining trucks, while remaining within standard specifications. The company's first project using HyperWorks CAE tools enabled Hitachi to do this with accuracy. HyperWorks is now an integral part of the design process at Hitachi.

HyperWorks CFD Optimization Helps MTU Improve Diesel Engine Compressor Blade Performance

To increase turbo charger efficiency, global diesel engine supplier MTU Friedrichshafen GmbH combined Altair’s HyperWorks computer-aided engineering (CAE) software suite with a computational fluid dynamics (CFD) solver. Combining the morphing capabilities of HyperMesh (the pre-processor for finite-element [FE] analysis and CFD) with HyperStudy (the solver-neutral design study and optimization tool), MTU redesigned the shape of the compressor blades to improve pressure gain and efficiency. The redesign, in turn, increases the fuel efficiency of the engine.

Effective Product Convergence through Visual Brainstorming

When trying to reach consensus in new product development, a picture (or two) is worth a thousand words.

Technology Acquisition

Combination of HyperWorks and RADIOSS delivers broadest CAE product family in PLM.

Creating a Virtual Press to Optimize the Extrusion Process

Today's advanced computational tools increase productivity and quality, as well as lower energy consumption in the design and fabrication of extrusion dies.

Rotorcraft Design Takes Flight

Optimization tools enable Boeing to balance form and function in the development of advanced aircraft.

CAE in the Nanotech-enabling World

Zyvex engineers use finite-element analysis to build microscopically small devices.

Optimization Methods Land Results in ExoMars Project

Sophisticated simulation tools enable aerospace engineers to study the feasibility of airbag landing systems.

Optimizing Aircraft Structures

Optimization technology and methods for the innovative design of efficient civilian and military aircraft.

Where Is Your Performance Data?

A new data management system lets engineers easily manage, share and leverage simulation and test data.

Increasing the Velocity of Product Development

Applying simulation technology to industrial design accelerates the generation of design concepts that are exciting, feasible, desirable and profitable.

Simulation Links Welding Data to Structural Analysis Models

A robust modeling process greatly aids the design of lower cost and higher quality welded structures.

Smart Product Packaging Pays Off

Our experts examine the challenges, advancements and trends that are changing the product packaging industry.

Putting Simulation Muscle Behind a Sporty Concept Car

Optimization technology delivers innovative suspension design for Alfa Romeo's sleek concept car.

Five Steps to Better Business Results

In organizations that experience long-term success, a greater focus is placed on what's not working, strengths vs. weaknesses and what can be learned vs. who is to blame.

HyperWorks at Wagon Automotive: Speeding Development Time While Cutting Prototype Costs

Wagon Automotive, a system and module supplier of components to major car builders, sought ways to accelerate product development and reduce prototyping costs while maintaining high quality. Adopting the HyperWorks suite of advanced CAE tools enabled the company to achieve both those goals. Wagon Automotive now uses HyperWorks during the entire development cycle, from concept design to optimization.

HyperWorks CAE Process Automation Accelerates Product Development at Scania

Scania chose HyperWorks – the Engineering Framework for Product Design – to automate the assembly process of virtual truck models for finite-element (FE) simulations. The new process significantly increased simulation efficiency and robustness, which are especially critical to Scania’s truck-customization process.

HyperXtrude Technology Predicts Flow Behavior and Profile Deflection in Extrusion Dies

Using Altair HyperXtrude Sweden based AB Elektrokoppar was able to identify the flow problem in the extrusion die. Altair HyperXtrude is used to analyze material flow through the die and predict final profile shape as it exits the die. Profile deformation predictions form HyperXtrude were in good agreement with experimental measurements from the Elektrokoppar extrusions.

HyperWorks’ Simulation Technology Enables Godrej to Streamline Sheet Metal Tooling Processes

Using Altair HyperForm, HyperWorks’ stamping simulation technology, Godrej was able to design and fine-tune a successful tool for a rear fender, while minimizing die testing time by reducing physical trials. Leveraging numerical analysis, Godrej was also able to predict the size, shape and location of the blank accurately. HyperForm’s ability to visualize failure in incremental simulation enabled them to finalize the draw bead location and characteristics.

HyperWorks’ Stamping Simulation Technology Helps Reduce Front Housing Development Time at OMAX Auto

Using Altair HyperForm, India-based OMAX Autos was able to significantly reduce production costs and maximize productivity by redesigning the manufacturing process for front housings. Leveraging HyperForm’s simulation capabilities, OMAX Autos reduced the three-stage forming process to a single-stage process.

HyperWorks’ Sheet Metal Forming Simulation Technology Enables Supreme Pressfab to Validate Fuel Tank Die

Using Altair HyperForm, India’s Supreme Pressfab was able to predict the high nonlinear material flow for fuel tank dies accurately. In doing so, Supreme was able to optimize the blank as well as minimize die tryouts.

HyperForm Sheet Metal Forming Simulation Solution Provides Product Design Optimization of Panel Front Dome

Using Altair HyperForm sheet metal forming simulation software solution, India based Mahindra & Mahindra was able to arrive at an optimum product (BIW Part) and tooling design. The Draw Shell was simulated using HyperForm to evaluate different tooling options.

HyperWorks Helps Create Accurate Finite-Element Models from CT Scans of Artificial Knee Joints

Using Altair HyperMesh, the HyperWorks finite-element (FE) pre-processor, researchers at the University of Applied Sciences in Amberg-Weiden, Germany, created an efficient process to create FE meshes of an artificial knee joint from supplied computed tomography (CT) scans. The team, led by Professor Franz Magerl, deployed HyperMesh’s re-meshing capabilities to convert STL data to a high fidelity tetrahedral-based FE model and investigated the effect of imperfections induced by the manufacturing process on part strength.

HyperWorks Structural Optimization Reduces Suspension Design Time at Alfa Romeo

Using Altair HyperWorks, Italy-based Alfa Romeo was able to significantly reduce design time by integrating multibody dynamics (MBD) with structural optimization. The resultant suspension design showed superior performance characteristics.

HyperWorks Cuts CAE Modeling Time by Up to 50 Percent at Dunlop Aerospace

Using HyperWorks for the creation and modification of complex finite-element meshes, Dunlop Aerospace was able to dramatically cut modeling time. The software’s stability, ease-of-use and superior technical capabilities for HEX meshing contributed to the successful deployment.

OptiStruct Drives Weight Reduction in Commercial Aircraft: Door Support Arm Design Optimization

Using OptiStruct topology and shape optimization tools, Eurocopter created an innovative new design of a door support arm for the Fairchild Dornier 728 aircraft. The company achieved a weight reduction of approximately 20 percent, using structural optimization techniques as an integral part of the design process.

PBS Professional at Toulouse Genopole

The Toulouse Midi-Pyrénées Genopole, a research program set up in 1999 in southern France by the French Minister of Research, is part of the massive French research initiative known as the National Genopole Network. The genopole name is metaphoric. It brings to mind a magnetic pole that attracts researchers and entrepreneurs to the potential of genomic research. And it is working: the initiative has drawn together, at seven locations across France, a symbiotic mix of public laboratories, biotech companies, and educational institutions. The genopoles stimulate genomics research and may provide an incubator for biotech enterprises.

HyperWorks at Changchun Railway Vehicle Co., Ltd.: Accelerating Design and Analysis of High-Speed Railcars

Asia's largest railway vehicle manufacturer, Changchun Railway Vehicle Co., Ltd. (CRC), was looking for ways to increase development efficiency through streamlined CAE processes. By implementing HyperWorks, Altair's engineering framework for product design, CRC was able to reduce modeling cycle time by up to 50 percent. In addition, simulations were more accurate as a result of better model quality.

Accelerating Product Development at the Nanotech Level with Altair HyperWorks

In addition to looking for a way in which to reduce product development time through simulated modeling and analysis, Zyvex Corporation wanted to be able to communicate the features and value of its MEMS product more effectively to internal and external audiences. Using the Altair HyperWorks computer-aided engineering (CAE) framework for product design, Zyvex not only accomplished its goal to significantly speed time to market, but also used HyperView’s visualization technology to prepare informative compact slide and PowerPoint presentations on the nanotechnology to various stakeholders, including Zyvex management and potential investors.

HyperWorks at Sea Ray: Engineering High-Performance Pleasure Boats

For Sea Ray Boats, the leading, U.S.-based manufacturer of high-end pleasure boats, CAE simulations are an integral part of the design process to achieve shorter time to market. HyperWorks is deployed for the entire analysis process of the vessel, from modeling and simulation, to visualization and reporting. By using HyperWorks, Sea Ray’s engineers can quickly model their advanced composite structures, as well as run complex inertia relief and durability load cases.

PBS Professional at TRW Automotive: A Standard Solution for European Design Centers

As a global technology company, TRW Automotive touches most of us in ways we're unaware of. And when we drive, it is practically a certainty that a TRW system with brakes, airbags, seat belts, or steering is part of the experience. A Tier One automotive industry supplier with a focus on safety products, TRW Automotive works with almost any car and truckmaker you can name, worldwide.

OptiStruct Technology Cuts Production and Maintenance Costs of Crop Harvester Reel Assembly

Leveraging OptiStruct's topography optimization capabilities, CLAAS designed an optimal reel hub reinforcement bead pattern for a crop harvester.

PBS Professional at Boeing: Workflow Management for R & D

The Boeing Information Technology group provides a wide range of computing services to the entire corporation from its Bellevue, Washington computing campus. For the engineers who design Boeing commercial aircraft, the heartbeat of this campus is the Data Center, which houses the high performance computing (HPC) systems that they access to run engineering simulations and analyses.

PBS Professional at GE's Oil & Gas business: Putting An Engineering Cluster to Work

Next time you stop to fill your fuel tank, reflect on the fact that a company on the sunny slopes of Tuscany may have helped to make it possible. Nuovo Pignone, now a key technological component of GE's Oil & Gas business, began life 100 years ago as a foundry. Today more than 20,000 machines – turbomachinery, compressors, pumps, valves, and metering and fuel distribution equipment – manufactured by this GE business are operated worldwide by major companies to keep petroleum products moving from oil rigs to storage facilities to refineries to distribution points.

Parametric Optimization of Fluid Dynamic Simulations using StarCD

HyperStudy's design optimization was combined with CFD simulation in order to optimize fluid flow.

PBS Professional at Trelleborg: An Automotive Design Group Maximizes Productivity

When you look for a new car, you probably think about style, comfort, performance, economy, or innovative electronics. You won't be thinking about the kinds of parts that Trelleborg Automotive makes. But they're there, all right, mostly unsung and out of sight, and you wouldn't want to be without them. Trelleborg, a Swedish corporation with a 100-year pedigree in engineering innovation, makes molded rubber components that damp down vibration and smooth out your ride. They cushion your engine where it meets the chassis. They buffer the mechanics of your steering column and your suspension. Almost all of them do their jobs without ever seeing the light of day – but if your floor gearshift lever has a rubber housing, that housing may have come from Trelleborg.

F-35 Joint Strike Fighter Structural Component Optimization

Lockeed Martin uses OptiStruct to meet the aggressive weight targets on the Joint Strike fighter project. High potential parts for mass savings include compact fittings and planar webs.

Designing All-Terrain Vehicle Frames Using Topological Optimization

Upfront concept design optimization on a all terrain vehicle frame resulted in a 9% mass reduction. Using Design of Experiment (DOE) methods, peak accelerations during crash decreased by 22%.

Significant Weight Reduction by Using Topology Optimization in Volkswagen Design Development

Using Altair’s topology and topography optimization as an integrated part of their design process, Volkswagen is able to reduce mass of engine components by 20% and more

ExoMars Rover Airbag Design and Reliability Optimization

Astrium used HyperStudy with LS-Dyna to not only optimize the landing behavior of the ExoMars lander but also to investigate the probability of failure using HyperStudy’s stochastic engine. HyperWorks’ process automation engine helped to quickly create design variations.

PBS Professional at TGen: Cutting Time to Discovery

In recent years, corporations and research institutions around the world have applied massive computational resources to defining the makeup of the human genome. One of the greatest challenges is to translate that knowledge into therapeutics and diagnostics – which is the mission of the Translational Genomics Research Institute (TGen), a remarkable non-profit organization founded by a joint effort between the State of Arizona, Arizona State Municipal Governments, Indian Tribal Community, educational institutions, private foundations and corporate entities. TGen's work is not only to make genetic discoveries, but also to translate discoveries into benefits for human health in the form of new diagnostic tests and therapies.

Ford Focus STREET: Getting Real in Six Weeks

Technology partners collaborate in style to deliver a specialty vehicle based on the Ford Focus platform.

Enhanced Formability through Hydroforming

Cut sheet metal forming time and costs through simulation-based techniques.

Improving Heating Boiler Acoustics at Viessmann: OptiStruct for Bead Pattern Optimization

Altair OptiStruct can be used to generate and optimize bead patterns for the effective design of sheet metal components. By using OptiStruct’s topography and shape optimization methods, sheet thicknesses can be reduced significantly, leading to both reduced material and a lower overall cost.

Ford Motor Company: Building an Efficient HPC Infrastructure

The cars, trucks, vans and SUVs that roll off Ford Motor Company assembly lines are safer, quieter, and more comfortable than ever. Many of the intangibles that contribute to Ford quality flow from the innovative use of high performance computing (HPC) techniques. At Ford's Numerically Intensive Computing Department (NIC) in Dearborn, Michigan, engineers run simulations in codes such as NASTRAN and LS-DYNA for predictive analysis of cylinder cooling, wind noise, vibration, ride quality, crashworthiness, durability, and other characteristics that contribute to industry-leading automotive design.

Development of a Lightweight SUV Frame Concept

The lightweight SUV frame project was a research initiative with the key objective to reduce the baseline frame structure's mass by 25% by applying concept design optimization upfront.

Concept Design Optimization of Automotive Components

ArvinMeritor succesfully applied topology and topography optimization to various automotive components.

Optimization Assisted Design of Military Transport Aircraft Structures

EADS Military Aircraft implemented an optimization assisted structural design process and applied it to the A400M rear fuselage design.

Product Line Extension Strategies

Six key factors enable companies to increase market share and profitability while reducing investment risk.

CAVE Sets the Stage for Real-Time Collaboration

An immersive virtual environment speeds the creation of prototypes to cut time in military product development programs.

Opportunities in Packaging: Innovation & Savings

Technology allows companies to efficiently develop cost-effective, high-performance packaging systems.

Wire Harness Design Powers Up

Our experts take a look at the challenges, advantages and trends in wire harness development.

Use Best-in-Class Components to Integrate Product Development

Achieving the best overall product development environment requires that CAD and CAE systems work well together.

Get the Most from Your Casting Process

By applying optimization technology to casting process design, manufacturers can produce less expensive, better-quality parts in record time.

An Advanced Method for Optimising Packaging Design

Consumer product packaging designers are faced with conflicting requirements throughout the development process. Good pack aesthetics are vital for the success of the product, whilst unit costs must be minimized and suitability for stacking and transportation maintained. This paper describes, by example, how design optimization technology can be used to enhance the design process. It is demonstrated that the technology can be employed to provide clear design information for the pack designers, facilitating definition of an attractive shape incorporating features to meet the structural and manufacturing requirements whilst minimizing cost.

FEKO Webinar: Taking Radar Cross Section (RCS) to the Next Level

Based on practical examples, this webinar will offer a guided tour through computational methods to determine Radar Cross Section (RCS), from objects of just a few wavelengths, to objects of thousands of wavelengths in size.

FEKO Webinar: EMC Simulation of Automotive, Aerospace & Other Applications with FEKO

This webinar recording provides an overview of features, applications and real use-cases where FEKO is used for EMC simulation, including emissions, immunity, lightning effects, High Intensity Radiated Fields (HIRF), Electromagnetic Pulses (EMP), shielding effectiveness and radiation hazard

FEKO Student Competition Winner 2015 Webinar: Design of Platform-mounted HF Antennas with Enhanced Bandwidth using CMA

For the first time, the winning entry for the 2015 FEKO Student Competition is presented in a webinar format. Professor Nader Behdad from the University of Wisconsin-Madison will present his winning student, Ting-Yen Shih's entry.

FEKO Webinar Recording : Designing with Characteristic Mode Analysis (CMA)

Characteristic Mode Analysis (CMA) gives insight into the fundamental resonant behaviour of a structure. This helps engineers to follow a systematic design approach, making use of the parameters calculated with CMA. This webinar covers the latest in FEKO's CMA solver. The webinar starts with a discussion about typical workflows for CMA simulations, giving a better understanding of when and how CMA is best used. Then some recent CMA applications are reviewed and concluding with some exciting new CMA features.

FEKO Webinar Recording: Accelerate Complex Platform Modelling and Simulation with HyperMesh and FEKO

FEKO is the most used and recognized electromagnetic simulation software for antenna placement, EMC and RCS of platforms, including aircraft, vehicles, ships, satellites and missiles. The clean up of the model can be tedious, depending on the quality of the CAD data. In this webinar we demonstrate the workflow of an aircraft EMC use-case focusing on High Intensity Radiated Fields (HIRF). The advantages of using HyperMesh to clean up a model will also be highlighted. FEKO will be used to set up the simulation and show the desired results.

Resource Scaling for Antenna Placement Modeling on a SAAB JAS-39 Gripen Aircraft

This white paper demonstrates how resource requirements scale for the computational electromagnetic modeling of a modern fighter aircraft when the frequency increases. It also demonstrates how different simulation methods may be applied and how they scal relative to each other

Numerical Methods in FEKO

FEKO offers a wide spectrum of numerical methods and hybridizations, each suitable to a specific range of applications. Hybridization of numerical methods allows large and complex EM problems to be solved.

FEKO Webinar Recording: Time Domain Responses from Frequency Domain Results

Frequency domain results can be transformed to obtain time domain responses. This webinar will cover the signal setup in POSTFEKO and how it relates to the frequency domain specification in CADFEKO.

FEKO : Helping to Understand the Universe

The Square Kilometre Array (SKA) : Cutting edge technology, design and innovation

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mmWave Substrate Lens Antenna for Wire Communications

Wu et. al. [1] proposed designs for both single and multi-beam mmWave circularly polarized substrate lens antennas in 2001. This white paper demonstrates these designs via FEKO modeling.

mmWave Axial Choke Horn Antenna with Lens

Millimeter wave (mmWave) antennas operate in the band of frequencies where the wavelength is between 10mm and 1mm. The frequency range for mmWave application is thus constrained to be greater than 30 GHz, but less than 300 GHz. Various applications exist in this frequency range, including wide band telecommunication and imaging applications for security screening. This white paper demonstrates how an antenna was designed for communication at 60 GHz.

Automotive Radars - Antenna Design, Integration & Channel Modeling

One of the key enabling technologies in the development of autonomous vehicles is driving aid radar systems. We will highlight some of the typical challenges experienced during the design and integration of automotive radars, as well as the applicable numerical solutions that FEKO offers. Radar channel modelling with WinProp is also presented.

FEKO Demonstration

See the demonstration of the FEKO product line in action. In this demo, a model will be run through the CADFEKO pre-processor, solved with the FEKO solver, and post-processed with POSTFEKO.

FEKO Webinar: The Use of Model Decomposition and Equivalent Sources for Faster Simulation

System level simulation often involves multiscale type problems, where the structure might be electrically large while also containing details which are significant to the RF performance. These types of simulations can typically require large computational resources. Model decomposition enables these problems to be solved in two steps by using an equivalent (simulated or measured) representation of the transmitting or receiving antennas. Significant reductions in computational requirements can be achieved with this approach.

FEKO for Rotorcraft

FEKO is well-suited for rotorcraft electromagnetic applications including antenna placement, rotor blade modulation, co-site interference, electromagnetic interference (EMI), electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) and radar cross section (RCS).

FEKO 14.0 Overview

See an overview of the new features available within FEKO in 14.0. HyperWorks 14.0 is the first version containing the FEKO product line.

From Radar Waves to Road Safety

From the moment radar was first invented, it has proved its value in collision avoidance - first at sea, then in the air and later on the road. This white paper gives an overview of the development that has taken place.

Defence or Civil Radar – it’s a Matter of Wave Propagation

Radar development was essentially motivated by military needs during the second world war, where radar use founded dozens of applications for instance navigation, aircraft location, enemy ship detection, anti-collision, and weather forecast. This white paper discusses the design challenges faced and the solutions available.

FEKO Webinar: Automotive Radar Design & Integration at 76 - 77 GHz

This webinar covers several techniques and approaches which highlight how FEKO can be applied for efficient and accurate simulation of the radar antenna design as well as the integration aspects, including radome and bumper effects.

FEKO Webinar: Feature Extension & Automation in FEKO through Scripting

The powerful scripting capabilities in FEKO provides users with the means to extend the features available in the interface. Tasks and calculations that need to be performed repeatedly can also be automated allowing users to save time. In this webinar the scripting language (Lua) and the available scripting capabilities in FEKO will be briefly introduced.

Reflector Antenna with Circular Horn Feed — Analyzed with Ray Launching Geometrical Optics (RL-GO)

FEKO includes several computational methods for the efficient analysis of different antenna types. Here, a large problem is solved with the full-wave and asymptotic methods. Model decomposition is used to simulate the problem more efficiently.

FEKO Webinar: Wave Propagation and Radio Network Planning Simulation with WinProp

The rapid growth of mobile and wireless communications has significantly increased the need for propagation modelling and network planning simulation. This webinar will introduce how WinProp fits into the electromagnetic simulation offering of HyperWorks, including the future plans in connection with FEKO.

Analysis of Thermal Stress on Motors - Efficient Multiphysics Tools for Thermal Analysis

In this article published in the Magnetics Technology 2017 edition, we look at the application of efficient multiphysics tools for thermal analysis.

Cable Harness EMC/EMI: Cross Talk, Radiation, Interference & Susceptibility

Bundles of electrical cables in vehicles, aircraft, ships and buildings pose electromagnetic compatibility and interference challenges to the electrical design engineer. Due to their lengths, they are more likely to radiate or pick up irradiation than many other electrical components and systems. Through several examples, this white paper will discuss how those challenges can be met with the aid of electromagnetic simulation.

How to use FEKO with HyperMesh

This document applies to FEKO 14.0 and HyperMesh 14.0. Users who would like to make use of the benefits of the advanced meshing features of HyperMesh while solving the electromagnetic aspects of the problem in FEKO, have several options to transfer the mesh from HyperMesh to CADFEKO. This document provides the recommended options and a brief description of how to complete the model setup in CADFEKO.

Radar Cross Section of Aircraft with Engine Inlets

At radar frequencies, 1GHz and above, asymptotic methods are usually preferred to calculate the radar cross section (RCS) of targets like aircraft, since the main parts of the target are more than an order of magnitude larger than the wavelength. The challenge is how to combine these methods to compute the RCS. In this white paper the two-step method that obtains accurate results in limited time is detailed.

Overcoming Challenges in 5G Antenna Design, Radio Coverage & Channel Analysis with FEKO & WinProp

This webinar will show how FEKO and WinProp can be used for the 5G antenna design, analysis of radio coverage and channel statistics including the antenna effect. This allows the requirements to be derived for the 5G antennas, as well as strategies for the 5G network deployment, including the 3.5 GHz frequency bands for area-wide high data rate services and the 26-28 GHz bands for capacity hotspots.

Key Benefits of Combining Measurements with Simulations for Antenna & EMC Applications

Altair has been working with Microwave Vision Group (MVG) for many years on the combination of measurements done with MVG antenna measuring systems with FEKO simulations. This webinar will explain how such a combination represents an alternative solution for antenna manufacturers to share data with device and platform manufacturers without exposing their IP.

Accelerate your Creativity with Flux 12.2

The new version of Flux software brings many new features that will accelerate the engineer’s creativity when designing electric equipment or electromechanical devices. Improvements in 3D modeling, post-processing and transient solving can be seen as well as a faster simulation process. This version allows users to take full advantage of Altair’s unique licensing system. Together with the new connections to various Altair tools, it allows for optimization studies, coupling with vibro-acoustics and system-level analysis.

Flux Webinar: Green Taxiing Application

Understand FEM design concepts behind building a Green Taxiing System and other similar electromechanical devices to help airlines save on fuel costs and cut C02 emissions.

Flux Webinar: Starter Motor Design - Generator

Watch this recorded webinar to learn how Flux can help with designing Starter Motors.

Flux Webinar: Design of Electromagnetic Actuators with Flux & Optimization

During this 30 minute on-demand webinar discover how actuators are replacing standard hydraulic motors and how to optimize your design.

Comprehensive Electromagnetic Analysis and Design

Altair offers a comprehensive suite for electromagnetic (EM) analysis and design. FEKO®, WinPropTM and Flux® form part of the HyperWorks Suite, and are widely used to solve a broad range of electromagnetic problems from static to high frequencies.

Antenna Design Methodology for Smartwatch Applications

Smart devices have touched and enhanced all aspects of our lives, from the way we conduct business to the way we relax at the end of the day. Designing antennas for wearble devices presents a unique set of challenges. In this technical article from Microwave Journal, these issues are discussed.

FEKO Webinar: An Introduction to FEKO

This webinar is aimed at new users of FEKO. Topics covered include the user interface, model set-up,solver selection, tips and tricks, as well as demonstrations.

FEKO Student Competition Winner 2016 Webinar: Embedded Element Pattern Beam Model for Murchison Widefield Array

Daniel Ung's entry was selected as the winner of the 2016 FEKO Student Competition. A precursor to the Square Kilometre Array (SKA), the Murchison Widefield Array (MWA) radio telescope was constructed in the Murchison Radio-Astronomy Observatory in Western Australia. In this one-hour webinar Daniel presented his report detailing how he made use of FEKO.

FEKO Webinar: Design Optimization with FEKO & HyperStudy

Solving complex design problems with an approach based on intuition can be challenging, especially when multiple design parameters interact with one another and several design goals are targeted. Join us for this webinar in which we will present a brief summary of different optimization methods, together with workflow demonstrations to set up a design.

FEKO Webinar: Efficient Antenna Array Modelling

FEKO contains various techniques for the efficient modeling of antenna arrays during the design process. The application and advantages of techniques such as periodic boundary conditions (PBC), the domain Green's function method (DGFM) and equivalent sources for efficient array modeling are demonstrated in this webinar.

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