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Altair Activate 2019.3 一款專業的產品建模仿真軟件
Altair Activate 是一款開放靈活的工具,能夠快速實現產品建模及仿真,以 1D 模型(用基於信號或物理框圖進行表達)或耦合至 3D 模型(可選)呈現多學科系統。

您可在整個開發週期內使用一系列靈活的仿真工具 – 涵蓋了從早期概念設計(此時的模型較為抽象且仿真過程通常較短)到後期詳細設計(此時的模型抽象性較低且仿真過程較長)的各個階段。

Altair Activate 特色功能
1D 系統仿真


利用預定義的 Modelica 庫進行通用型機械、電氣和熱學物理組件的建模。

速度遠超 3D 仿真

Altair Activate 2019 | 
Altair announced the release of Activate 2019 Build 5057. This software enables product creators, system simulation and control engineers with a block diagram environment to model, simulate and optimize multidisciplinary systems.

About Altair Activate . Altair Activate enables product creators, system simulation and control engineers to model, simulate and optimize multi-disciplinary systems. By leveraging model based development, ensure that all design requirements are successfully met while also identifying system level problems early in the design process.

Altair Activate provides the best-in-class, modern user experience including:

- Model based development of hybrid systems
- Hierarchical, parameterized multi-disciplinary modeling environment
- Ability to mix signal-based and physical (Modelica) components in the same diagram
- Easily extensible, built-in block libraries including library management
- Model exchange or co-simulation through the Functional Mock-Up interface
- State-of-the-art co-simulation with multi-body dynamics
- Ease of compiling models into executable code

About solidThinking solidThinking creates, develops, and markets technology that helps our user community bring the most desirable products to their customers faster. solidThinking software is sold and supported by a global network of distribution partners and is also available as part of the Altair HyperWorks suite. solidThinking is a wholly owned subsidiary of Troy, Mich. (USA)-based Altair.

Product: Altair Activate
Version: 2019
Supported Architectures: x64
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Language: english
System Requirements: PC
Supported Operating Systems: Windows 7even or newer