Altair Releases Hyperworks 2019

Altair has announced the release of the Altair Hyperworks 2019 high-performance computing development platform ( The new version of the company's flagship modeling and development platform provides faster simulation and more efficient workflows.

According to Altair, the new release "…expands on the number of solutions available for designers and engineers, under a single, open-architecture platform, to speed decision-making and time to market."

Hyperworks 2019 features faster simulation for complex assemblies, better fatigue-life prediction, more efficient multiphysics workflows, superior modeling, and expanded non-linear solver functionality.

See the Altair website for more information on Altair Hyperworks 2019 (

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