Altair Inspire 2019.1.0 build 10930 | 1.4 Gb
The solidThinking product team is pleased to announce the availability of Altair Inspire 2019.1.0 Build 10930, is a powerful yet easy to use generative design/topology optimization and rapid simulation solution for design engineers.

Altair Inspire 2019.1 - Release Notes:
Altair Inspire version 2019.1 includes the following new features and enhancements.
New Features
- Part Replacement
Seamlessly replace an existing part with a new CAD model without losing your model setup. Altair Inspire automatically re-attaches existing loads, supports, connections, etc. so you can continue iterating uninterrupted.
- Video Recording
You can now capture videos in addition to still images. This feature is available in the File menu under Screen Capture. Videos canbe saved in gif and mp4 format.
- Joint Coupler
Rotational and/or translational movements of connected parts in your motion model can now be coupled together with theCouplers tool. This tool works on a variety of rigid connections (joints, supports, implicit joints in motors and actuators, andsprings). The By Joints option on the guide bar lets you select the entities that you want to couple together, and the microdialoglets you specify scale factors on the connections to achieve the coupling ratio you desire. Alternatively, you can use the At FreeJoints option, which is useful in conceptual models that use primitive geometry (cylinders) as well as in geared applications wherethe Coupler tool is able to automatically compute the gear ratio from the number of gear teeth (or cylinder radii).
- Meshing Improvements for Motion Contacts
The meshing operation for 3D solid parts in motion contacts has been updated to provide improved performance. Additionally,now you can specify the mesh resolution on a per-part basis. The Property Editor for parts has a Motion Contact category withnew options to manually specify the Resolution (Very Low, Low, Medium, High, Very High), or you can continue to use the defaultmesh resolution via Autocalculate Resolution checkbox.
- Analytical Contact for Spheres and Ellipsoids
Motion contacts now use shape identification to automatically determine whether any of the parts in the contact sets are eitherSphere or Ellipsoid geometric primitives. If so, then geometric contact detection will be solved in its analytical form rather thanbeing meshed. You may want to consider using geometric primitives whenever possible to take advantage of the improvedefficiency of the solution.
The following changes and enhancements have also been added:
-  Updated Mouse Controls: You can now modify the mouse controls in the Preferences. The default mouse control forturntable rotation is now Shift + right mouse drag.
-  Materials Support for Unigraphics: When importing UG NX (Unigraphics) files, Altair Inspire will now extract materialproperties.
-  Updated CAD Format Support: Altair Inspire has been updated to include support for UG NX (NX 12), Catia V5 (R28), Pro E(Creo 5), and SolidWorks (2018).
-  Show Output Steps Only for Motion Animation: The Force Explorer now has an option to Show Output Steps Only whenplaying back motion analysis results that contain motion contacts. This is helpful when you want uniform time spacingbetween your playback output frames.
-  Maximum Integrator Order: A setting for the Maximum Integrator Order is now available from the Run Motion Analysiswindow in the Advanced category under Solver Settings. This is the maximum order that the integrator can take. The defaultvalue is 5; higher orders lead to higher accuracy, but lower stability. In some applications, like intermittent contact, usersmay wish to override the default value and set it to a smaller value, like 2 (or 1).
- Spring Limits Stiffness in N/m: Units handling of stiffness for Spring Limits on Coil Springs has been updated to be consistentwith what is done for the Impact collision type on motion contacts - namely that the entered Stiffness value is always in N/m units. This helps to ensure units consistency is maintained when changing Model Units for a motion model.
-  Angular Displacement Descriptions for Joints: For the 2019.1 release, the convention for measuring angular displacements in theLocal to 1st Part or Local to 2nd Part reference frame for Joints has been changed from PSI, THETA, PHI angles to AX, AY, AZ.
-  Altair 365 Run Status and Online Results Visualization: When using Altair 365, you can now check the status of uploads anddownloads, as well as viewing results remotely from the Run Status window.
About Altair Inspire.   The Altair Inspire platform enables manufacturers to leverage simulation to drive the entire design process. This  platform brings together simulation solutions for generative design, engineering analysis and manufacturability under a single, intuitive user environment, appealing to designers and engineers with little or no simulation experience.
In this session, Altair                                                                                                                                                                                                          will be highlighting the optimization driven design process using Altair Inspire.
About Altair.   Founded in 1985, Altair is focused on the development and application of simulation technology to synthesize and optimize designs, processes and decisions for improved business performance. Privately held with more than 2,600 employees, Altair is headquartered in Troy, Michigan, USA with more than 45 offices throughout 20 countries, and serves more than 5,000 corporate clients across broad industry segments.
Product:   Altair Inspire
Version:   2019.1.0 Build 10930
Supported Architectures: x64
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Language: english
System Requirements: PC
Supported Operating Systems: Windows 7even or newer
Size: 1.4 Gb

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