Altair Inspire includes a powerful and intuitive environment for investigating system motions of moving parts
Using Inspire Motion, learn how to set up a motion simulation of a medieval catapult. This video covers the setup of ground, rigid groups, joints and contacts, and results
Using Inspire Motion, learn how to set up a motion simulation of a catapult. This video covers the setup of actuators, motors and springs
In this course, you will have the opportunity to learn about the Inspire 2019 interface along with tools and workflows contained within Inspire. Modules contained within the course provide detailed descriptions of the tools and workflows within Inspire. You will also have the opportunity to watch and perform hands-on exercises within each module.
In this course you will get an overview of the tools available within Inspire 2017, including the new Motion Analysis tools. We will cover all aspects from Optimization to Finite Element Analysis right through geometry tools to help redesign and simplify parts.
Note: This course requires a Connect login to view.
The purpose of this self paced course is to introduce running optimizations with the Inspire environment.
Tony Gray provides some simple guidelines for setting up an optimization, including the use of design and non-design spaces.
See how to use Inspire's sketch and Boolean tools to split a single part into an assembly.
In these lessons you will learn to: apply supports and forces, define design spaces, run optimization, analysis, explore shapes, and export results to Evolve or an STL file.
In these lessons you will learn to: apply supports and forces, define design spaces, run optimization, explore shapes, and export results to Evolve or an STL file.
A course to help users get started using Inspire Structures including an interface tour and workflow training/videos.
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