Resources for Activate  

Model Based Development of Mechatronic Products

Webinar for the first launch of Compose, Activate and Embed

Training Materials, Webinars

Altair Activate Mechatronic System Engineering

This webinar outlines how 1D block diagrams can be successfully combined with 3D non-linear multibody systems for model based development of mechatronic systems. Examples include an active suspension systems and a robotics application.

Webinars

Altair Activate 1D Block Diagram Modeling

Model and simulate systems using one-dimensional (1D) block diagrams

Videos, Webinars

Altair Activate Physical Modeling via Modelica

Construct models using a physical modeling approach with Modelica

Videos, Webinars

Altair Activate Combining 1D Signal and Physical Blocks

Example of simulating a system-of-systems by combining signal-based modeling with physical modeling

Videos, Webinars

Altair Activate Open System Integration via FMI

Leverage the Functional Mock-up Interface to help couple together 3D models with 1D models

Videos, Webinars

Altair Activate 1D/3D Example: Active Suspension

Example of using both 1D models + 3D models together to simulate an Active Suspension system

Videos, Webinars

Altair Activate 0D & 1D Modeling

Example of using either 1D modeling or 0D modeling to simulate a basic electrical circuit system

Videos, Webinars

1D System Simulation Overview

Learn how Activate serves as Altair’s open integration platform for multi-disciplinary system simulation involving mechanical dynamics, controls, hydraulics, thermal effects, electronics, electromagnetics, and more. 1D diagrams can be built using either a signal-based approach or a physical modeling approach based on the Modelica and SPICE standards or both. Hybrid simulations can involve continuous time and discrete events. Models can be linearized for analysis in the frequency domain. Mixed models combining 1D+3D can be constructed and simulated by using the Functional Mockup Interface (FMI) standard. All tools are built-in; no extra-cost add-ons are required.

Webinars

Improving Truck Ride Comfort Using Vehicle Simulations

In order to improve low-frequency truck ride comfort, it is important to derive optimal Cab/Chassis Suspension & Damping values by evaluating the vehicle vibration characteristics caused by road surface condition. In this study, the ISO 8608 standard road profiles are implemented using Compose and MotionSolve. The vibration characteristics and the effect of design parameters are studied. The ride comfort performance is evaluated using the ISO 2631. Heavy Duty Truck (10x4 Cargo, Payload 25ton) is constructed with a flexible multi-body dynamics model using MotionSolve. The Quarter Car and Half Car’s vibration models are constructed with Compose and MotionSolve and the possibility of preliminary ride comfort evaluation was studied.

Webinars

Seamless integration of 0D-1D and 3D worlds

This webinar will introduce you to Altair Activate for control system design and the ease of solving real world problems with co-simulation between MotionSolve (multibody simulation suite) and Activate.

Videos, Webinars

System Simulation and Control: Improve the Overall Performance of your Mechatronic Systems using Altair Activate™

Discover a highly robust approach to simulate the performance of your entire product; assess the overall behavior of the multi-disciplinary system in the form of 0D, 1D and/or 3D models.

Webinars

Mechatronic System Design

This webinar outlines how 1D block diagrams can be successfully combined with 3D non-linear multibody systems for model based development of mechatronic systems. Examples include an active suspension systems and a robotics application.

Webinars

Model-Based Development of Mechatronic Products

Learn how next generation math and system design products can be applied right from concept studies, control design, multi-domain system performance optimization to controller implementation & testing.

Webinars
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