LG Electronics Virtual Design Technology Team Materials&Production engineering Research Institute Principal Research Engineer Kim Sangkook 様
Digital Development for Next Decades in LG Electronics
To become a global company in consumer electronics industry, our main target is time to market, right to market. In the rapid change of various requirements from customers, manufacturers must have the ability of fast and right decision making in their development processes. In recent years, simulation based design technologies has been developed in many areas, so we can estimate many kinds of product requirements in early stage of development process.
But our simulation technology hard to overcome the whole issues from the real-world, such as multi-scale, long-term reliability, stochastic, from processing to manufacturing violations etc.
In this presentations, I briefly summarize our past and current activities to minimize the above situations.
Also, I will focus on the next stage for the future development environment. We call it as digital development process.
Some case study examples will be discussed for understanding
Altair Director of Global Business Development, Electromagnetic Solutions Dr. Jordi Soler
Electromagnetic Solutions for e-Mobility and Connected Vehicles
Electrified, connected, autonomous and shared are four mobility megatrends having game-changing effects on the automotive and transportation market. These trends are like to drive more change during the next decade than over the last four decades.
This presentation will explain how Altair’s electromagnetic simulation solutions are helping customers to solve design and validation challenges related to: (a) wireless power transfer systems, electric motors and electromagnetic compatibility aspects for e-Mobility, and (b) communication modules design and virtual drive tests to reduce the costs and time of the extensive road tests being done to study and analyze new connected vehicle functions.
Our vision is to transform product design and organizational decision making by applying simulation, optimization and high performance computing throughout product lifecycles.
This presentation will outline the latest developments and roadmaps in Altair’s solver technology to optimize design performance across multiple disciplines encompassing structures, motion, fluids, thermal management, electromagnetics. Latest major developments include nonlinear analysis in OptiStruct, the addition of the low-frequency electromagnetics solver Flux, new GPU-based CFD solvers, as well as new optimization methodology for topology optimization.
Altair Director of HyperWorks Core Development, High Performance Computing Eric Lequiniou
Maximizing HyperWorks Solver Performance using HPC
In this presentation, one will learn how it is crucial for Altair solvers to leverage high performance computing (HPC) to speedup complex engineering simulations. First, current trends in HPC and challenges in the development of computer aided engineering (CAE) software will be addressed. Then, the performance of AcuSolve, FEKO, Flux, OptiStruct, and RADIOSS will be reviewed, illustrated by several industrial benchmarks demonstrating the high level of scalability and parallel efficiency of Altair solvers.
To conclude, some outlook for future enhancements will be discussed.
Altair Sr. Vice President Math & Systems Michael Hoffmann
System Modeling and Simulation in the Age of Internet of Things -Requirements and Altair's Offering-
In the age of internet of things, development organizations rely on a model based development process to accelerate innovation. Such a process means that simulation models support decision making in each stage of the product development process. To support this, models need to be multidisciplinary and may include mechanics, electrical and electronics, and software among other technical elements, and must encompass a scope of products ranging from components to IoT-enabled “systems of systems”. Varying degrees of fidelity aid the process where computational requirements or data availability might otherwise prove to be obstacles.
A key strength to Altair’s math and systems solutions is allowing development organization to move seamlessly in this multi-discipline, multi-component, multi-detail space while integrating models from various authoring tools. This will be illustrated by various e-mobility application examples.
Altair Vice President Modeling & Visualization Program Management Stuart Sampson
User Experience: Demonstration of HyperWorks Next Generation to Maximize Multidisciplinary Productivity
Accessing highly complex, diverse, and sophisticated physics solutions in a single platform provides tremendous benefits. We continually work and invest to improve our user experience and Altair is excited to begin releasing next-generation HyperWorks versions to boost our users' productivity and ability to innovate. Stuart Sampson will demonstrate some of the new workflows that we believe will make HyperWorks even stronger and more robust as our users continue to expand their multidisciplinary explorations of simulation-driven design.