Leverage Altair’s material engineering, data organization, and consolidation expertise using the latest database technologies with Altair material solutions. Our material solutions use high-quality reference data and enables the consolidation of extensive proprietary material information intelligence into one secured private source. The solutions cover the processes to collect, prepare, create, share, collaborate, and consume material information from anywhere.
Enhance your virtual product development with data-enabled workflows that are fully integrated into computer-aided processes. Fill gaps and digitalize new material development with artificial intelligence (AI). Control material compliance, reduce lead time, accelerate time to market, and minimize business risks through consolidated data and processes like never before.
Generating material properties can be inconsistent, expensive and time-consuming. Altair® Material Modeler™ is a modeling framework that allows users to quickly and accurately process raw test material data and generate required inputs for data export in .txt and CAE formats.
Created for any stakeholder, the Altair® Material Data Center™ provides a role-based, enterprise-wide single source of data with full traceability to the source. With it, searching, comparing, and exporting materials from a web-based interface or through direct integration with other applications is easy.
Fully integrated with Altair's simulation products, Altair® Multiscale Designer® is a comprehensive framework for developing highly predictive advanced material models. It reduces time and costs thanks to its minimal experimental data requirements.
In every development project, choosing the suitable material is a crucial decision with many interdependencies, and especially in globally distributed value chains, this becomes a challenging task. Material Data Access and availability affect engineering, sourcing, technical purchasing, and needs to address many interests. Beyond material properties to improve performance predictions, more and more sustainability aspects have to be addressed. Learn from Julien Lebranchu, Head of Technical Data Management, how DuPont manages material data, distributes material data to their clients, and their way forward to improve material data comprehensiveness and availability.
What are some of the innovative technologies/methodologies under R&D to support lightweighting? How have some the latest solutions demonstrated advancements over current industry state-of-the-art standards? What are the lightweighting trends driving the development of technologies in automotive engineering? Meet a few of the Altair Enlighten Award winners for answers to these questions and more! Moderated by Altair's Richard Yen, the webinar highlights the success of the Altair Enlighten Award in elevating initiatives to advance vehicle lightweighting. A panel discussion with leading industry pioneers Frank Billotto from DuPont, Matt Murphy from MSC, Marco Goia from Marelli, and Dr. Stefan Herrmann from csi Group reviews how technology advancements in materials, production processes, design methods, and joining technologies have advanced the impetus for vehicle lightweighting. The panel explores novel, emerging technology solutions, and how they are significantly advancing lightweighting for vehicles.
The webinar and panel discussion was hosted by Altair in conjunction with the Center of Automotive Research (CAR) on March 24, 2021, and is about an hour long.
How to choose the right material, the right design, and the right process to develop solutions that minimize carbon emissions and bolster your bottom line.
A step-by-step guide for transforming your plastics engineering value chain to develop solutions that optimize performance, minimize carbon emissions, and gain a competitive edge.
What you will learn:
Altair solutions enable X-Plast to improve a structural part for Knorr-Bremse Rail Systems. Owing to its low environmental impact, rail is one of the most sustainable means of transportation. To ensure a safe and reliable operation of railway components for more than 30 years these parts have to be strong and durable to meet the many requirements. They must withstand extreme temperature and climate conditions, as well as vibrations and high mechanical loads, even impact from stones.