2024

Results data can be post-processed using both HyperMesh and HyperView.

HyperView is a complete environment to visualize, query, and process results data.

Create and edit user-defined data type expressions, derived load cases, and systems. You can also plot a forming limit diagram, generate streamlines, track entities during animation, and create and import/export sets of entities.

The Expression Builder is a graphical user interface which allows user-defined data type expressions to be authored directly within HyperView.

A result manipulation library that enables user-defined data types to be added to a result, and transitions complex data manipulation tasks from HyperView to a reusable, modifiable set of libraries that focus solely on result processing tasks.

Result Math operators are contained within a set of related functions organized by category or industry vertical known as libraries.

The Math library contains operators which are used for performing basic math functions to manipulate value tables.

Vector operators are available in the Math library.

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Learn the basics and discover the workspace.

Learn more about the Altair HyperWorks suite of products with interactive tutorials.

Start and configure the applications.

View a list of deprecated panels and their newer, equivalent workflows.

Create, open, import, and save models.

Set up sessions and create report templates.

Solver interfaces supported in HyperMesh.

A solver interface is made up of a template and a FE-input reader.

Browsers provide a structured view of model data, which you can use to review, modify, create, and manage the contents of a model. In addition to visualization, browsers offer features like search, filtering, and sorting, which enhance your ability to navigate and interact with the model data.

Create and edit 2D parametric sketch geometry.

Create, edit, and cleanup geometry.

FE geometry is topology on top of mesh, meaning CAD and mesh exist as a single entity. The purpose of FE geometry is to add vertices, edges, surfaces, and solids on FE models which have no CAD geometry.

Explore the different types of mesh you can create in HyperMesh and create and edit 0D, 1D, 2D, and 3D elements.

Create, organize and manage parts and subsystems.

HyperMesh composites modeling.

Create connections between parts of your model.

Rapidly change the shape of the FE mesh without severely sacrificing the mesh quality.

Create a reduced ordered model to facilitate optimization at the concept phase.

Workflow to support topology optimization model build and setup.

Setup an Optimization in HyperMesh.

Multi-disciplinary design exploration and optimization tools.

Validate the model built before running solver analysis.

Models require loads and boundary conditions in order to represent the various physics and/or physical equivalents to bench and in-use testing.

Reduce a full 3D model with axisymmetric surfaces while accounting for imperfections.

Tools and workflows that are dedicated to rapidly creating new parts for specific use cases, or amending existing parts. The current capabilities are focused on stiffening parts.

Tools used for crash and safety analysis.

Use airbag folder utilities and export a resulting airbag in a Radioss deck.

Essential utility tools developed using HyperMesh-Tcl.

Import an aeroelastic finite element model with Nastran Bulk Data format.

Framework to plug certification methods to assess margin of safety from the model and result information.

Use PhysicsAI to build fast predictive models from CAE data. PhysicsAI can be trained on data with any physics or remeshing and without design variables.

Direct integration of native results readers into HyperMesh allows you to perform results visualization on the model.

Open animation files, measure various distances and angles between entities, and use the Results Browser to view the model structure and find, display, and edit entities.

Create section cuts and explore the various result plotting tools.

The output parameters section of the Expression Builder allows you to define the data type label and output for the newly created result.

The list of available operators is controlled by the template file selected when loading a model and result, and it can be modified by adding or removing <using /> statements in the template.

Once an operator is selected, tables must be selected to form the input.

When an argument is passed as a constant, it is converted to a constant value table by the Expression Builder.

Additional resources can be attached to the analysis for the purpose of adding new tables.

The Expression Builder uses a Templex-like syntax to author Result Math XML commands.

Various Result Math templates are available whenever a model/result pair is loaded into HyperView.

Arithmetic operators contain both unary and binary operations.

Trigonometric operators are available in the Math library.

Power operators are available in the Math library.

Scalar operators are available in the Math library.

Stores the vector product of lhs and rhs into answer.

Stores the scalar product of lhs and rhs into answer.

Stores the projection of lhs onto rhs into answer.

Creates a vector from three scalar tables and stores the result in answer.

Tensor operators are available in the Math library.

Relational operators are available in the Math library.

Utility operators are available in the Math library.

The Composites library contains operators that calculate multiple composite failure theories.

The NVH library contains operators which are used for frequency domain and acoustics functions.

The Model library contains functions that deal with model data and how values can be manipulated or transformed through model entity relationships.

The Plug-in library provides support for applying a compiled or interpreted script operation on a value table.

The Spatial (Beta) library contains functions that deal with minimum distance and result mapping.

Operators accept string and table input/output arguments.

Constant value tables are created from the Constant operator in the Math library.

The Loadcase tool allows you to create a derived load case from other load cases, or from a combination of other load cases and simulation steps.

Create your own user defined coordinate systems or select result coordinate systems.

Use the FLD tool a plot a Forming Limit Diagram (FLD) based on a material Forming Limit Curve (FLC) and the major and minor strain output results of a forming simulation.

HyperView offers CFD post-processing capabilities for a large class of industrial applications.

Use the Tracking tool to track any entity during animation.

Use the Sets tool to create, import, and export sets/groups of components (parts), elements, and nodes.

Query entities, create or edit free body diagrams, construct multiple curves and plots from a single result file, and create and plot stress linearization.

Annotate animation files using notes or trace various entities during animation.

Define planes of symmetry/axisymmetry or explode a model.

Select and overlay images or videos in the modeling window for correlation and presentation purposes.

Select a graphics rendering mode and change the appearance of materials.

The Tools menu provides you access to various panels and dialogs.

Load preference file profiles to access the various Aerospace tools, NVH utilities, and Vehicle Safety Tools.

From the Preferences dialog, you can access various HyperView display options.

Explore the various display and visualization tools.

A new workflow emphasizing the multicore profile for standard crash post processing use cases.

The Developer ribbon contains tools for automation and customization.

HyperGraph is a data analysis and plotting tool with interfaces to many file formats.

MotionView is a general pre-processor for Multibody Dynamics.

MediaView plays video files, displays static images, tracks objects, and measures distances.

Use TableView to create an Excel-like spreadsheet.

TextView math scripts reference vector data from HyperGraph windows to automate data processing and data summary.

Create, define, and export reports.

Explore, organize and manage your personal data, collaborate in teams, and connect to other data sources, such as corporate PLM systems to access CAD data or publish simulation data.

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