SimLab is a process-oriented multidisciplinary simulation environment to accurately analyze the performance of complex assemblies. Multiple physics including structural, thermal, and fluid dynamics can be easily setup using highly automated workflows, helping to drastically reduce the time spent creating finite element models and interpreting results.Learn More About SimLab
Speaker design and analysis, especially for a more complex product, system, or component, often requires building multiple simulation models. The loudspeaker development process involves multi-physics and multiple sources in parallel, to multiple simulation runs for prototyping, testing, and validation. This results in separate models for nonlinear analysis of strength, thermal analysis and stiffness, noise, vibration, and acoustics. Even though each model isn’t always built from scratch, typically the use of different solvers for each attribute will require that models need to be converted from one solver format to another. This practice is not only time consuming but frequently error prone resulting in an inefficient use of engineering time.
Designing consumer electronics for mass production requires a team of experts focusing on various aspects of design and manufacturing process. With a fragmented engineering process, exchange of models and information can cost valuable time in a competitive landscape. This webinar presents Altair’s unique Simulation Driven Design platform will shorten your design cycle, time which is pivotal to a company’s success.
In this presentation, Bharad Gundepudi, Senior Application Engineer for SimLab at Altair, will explore the challenges that designers of electronics systems face in identifying various points of failure and addressing these issues using different approaches. Designers need to consider multiple types of physics, including structural, thermal, fatigue, and more, which can be a daunting task.
Gundepudi will showcase how Altair SimLab, a single environment for setting up multi-physics analyses, can help designers to overcome some of these challenges. Attendees can expect to learn how to utilize SimLab to streamline the analysis process, reduce errors, and increase efficiency, resulting in better design optimization and improved product reliability.
Presented as part of Altair's 2023 Future.Industry conference.