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"The release of Altair HyperWorks 2023 is a groundbreaking milestone for Altair's design and simulation solutions that will truly revolutionize our portfolio," predicts James R. Scapa, Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Altair, on the occasion of the HyperWorks update. "We have managed to combine the power of computational science with AI and HPC, adding new dimensions to our tools and giving users more options and flexibility than ever before to effectively support their digital transformation and become future-ready."

Cross-platform enhancements

According to Altair, HyperWorks 2023 is the most comprehensive, powerful and versatile open CAE platform on the market, offering engineers of all skill levels a suite of design and simulation products for a wide range of industries, including automotive, aerospace, electronics and many more. The new version brings cross-platform improvements. The open and programmable architecture and AI-powered workflows create a unique user experience and impressive speed gains in common workflows. The modern user interface combined with Python APIs allows developers and users to seamlessly integrate solutions and leverage the full technological potential of the platform.

Simulation Cloud Suite upgraded with AI

All Altair HyperWorks 2023 solver solutions, including Altair OptiStruct, Altair SimSolid, Altair Feko and others, have been upgraded with new features to help outperform the competition. As part of the update, Altair has also launched the Altair Simulation Cloud Suite for simulation data management, which has gained significant momentum through the integration of artificial intelligence using synthetic data. In addition, Altair HyperWorks 2023 includes the first version of Altair HyperMesh CFD with a special focus on external aerodynamics.

Rethinking product design

Altair HyperWorks 2023's brand new, modular and highly user-centric user interface offers unprecedented interoperability, according to the vendor, giving engineers the ability to consider more design variations and make faster, more informed decisions in a seamless, integrated environment. Intelligent management of modeling elements also boosts graphics performance and enables seamless multitasking on assemblies, while allowing engineers to focus on the intricate details of sub-assemblies. The use of high-performance computing (HPC) environments supports complex, large-scale simulations that promote deeper analysis and global collaboration.

Users benefit from AI

With HyperWorks 2023, Altair also aims to democratize AI-powered simulation and generative design by guiding engineers through AI-powered workflows to automate complex tasks, identify data trends and make more accurate predictions. With Altair HyperWorks 2023, users will be able to create customized AI models from previous models and reduced-order models for efficient system simulations - all while leveraging the cloud for seamless workload management.

Accelerating innovation

Ultimately, according to Altair, HyperWorks 2023 enables users to bring their products to market faster thanks to the open, programmable platform. It provides the flexibility and scalability to personalize workflows, integrate a variety of Altair and third-party software, and increase productivity through automation. Users can leverage Python APIs and benefit from seamless integration with product data management systems and solvers in a variety of disciplines, including finite element structural analysis, computational fluid dynamics (CFD), multi-body dynamics, electromagnetics and electronic design automation (EDA).