Together with the Altair Partner Alliance, all of us at Granta are excited to announce that our powerful material selection tool, CES Selector, is now available for use by HyperWorks customers. It almost goes without saying that CES Selector is the industry standard tool for materials selection and graphical analysis of material properties. It is used to innovate and evolve products, quickly identify solutions to materials issues, confirm and validate material choices, and reduce material and development costs.
Commenting that Altair’s customers across all industries will benefit from the knowledge of material experts in their product development and design phases, Marian Bulla, Program Manager for Material Data at Altair, had this to say: “Granta’s technology will enable improved, streamlined processes and time-savings by having everything in one workflow. Users can innovate with CES Selector by confirming and validating their choice of materials, resolving materials issues, pre-screening materials and focusing on the most promising solutions in the early project phase.”
CES Selector provides access to a unique, comprehensive and linked “encyclopedia” of material data, combined with highly visual tools for comparing and screening materials with a structured and rigorous approach to material selection. It provides access to complete and comparable data for all classes of engineering materials including economic and environmental data. Powerful charting capabilities enable visual comparison of material performance and component geometry and load condition can be considered as part of the material selection process.
The download notifications have been coming in fast and furiously already, and we’re delighted that HyperWorks users can now quickly validate and identify the most appropriate materials for their applications before starting on detailed simulation work.
New to CES Selector? An introductory webinar for CES Selector will be held on October 25th at 10 a.m. ET.
More information about the software can be found here: CES Selector.
For more information about the Altair Partner Alliance, visit http://www.altairhyperworks.com/apa
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