The Altair Partner Alliance has announced that AnalySwift will be joining the programme, adding its complex composite modelling tool SwiftComp Micromechanics to the applications available to HyperWorks users under Altair’s license manager. SwiftComp software assists with the design and modelling of complex composites to improve structural designs, estimating a structure’s capabilities or engineering a new material with enhanced performance characteristics.
“As the world-class micromechanics program, SwiftComp Micromechanics is a unique and versatile tool that can be used for the analysis and modeling of composites,” says Allan Wood, president & CEO of AnalySwift. “With the ability to be applied to a large span of industries and assignments, SwiftComp is exceptionally valuable, now especially for Altair’s HyperWorks users.”
“A major benefit to users is the ability to efficiently design and analyse materials and structures in ways not possible otherwise – for instance, models that are too large to be handled by computers in a practical way,” adds Wenbin Yu, chief technology officer for AnalySwift. Available for the last 12 years, Altair’s unit-based licensing system allows HyperWorks users customisable access to a growing portfolio of applications.