Ken Welch

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Ken was the cofounder and CEO at SIMSOLID corporation. He has over 30 years experience in the CAE industry in a variety of technical, sales and executive roles at companies including PDA Engineering, Rasna, Moldflow and MSC Software. Ken holds a B.S. and M.S. in civil engineering from the University of California, Davis.

New Altair SimSolid fillet/seam weld connections

Altair SimSolid makes it easy to create connections between parts in an assembly. In addition to simply bonding faces, Altair SimSolid can also define explicit welds. Welds have both location and size. In addition to Spot and Laser welds, Altair … Read More

New Altair SimSolid fillet/seam weld connections

Altair SimSolid makes it easy to create connections between parts in an assembly. In addition to simply bonding faces, Altair SimSolid can also define explicit welds. Welds have both location and size. In addition to Spot and Laser welds, Altair … Read More

Altair SimSolid to be showcased at SOLIDWORKS World 2017

MISSISSAUGA, Ontario, Canada. (January 19, 2017) – Altair SimSolid Corporation today announced that it will demonstrate Altair SimSolid at SOLIDWORKS World 2017, being held February 5-8, 2017 at the Los Angeles Convention Center, Los Angeles, California, USA. The 19th annual … Read More

Large model analysis using Altair SimSolid

Using Altair SimSolid, it is possible to analyze large models with many thousands of parts. Our unique technology makes this practical on a desktop or even laptop computer. In dealing with large models, users need specialized user interface tools to handle the … Read More

Large model analysis using Altair SimSolid

Using Altair SimSolid, it is possible to analyze large models with many thousands of parts. Our unique technology makes this practical on a desktop or even laptop computer. In dealing with large models, users need specialized user interface tools to handle the … Read More

Applying loads and displacements

Altair SimSolid provides very general methods for applying loads and displacements. They may be applied to any part region and in any arbitrary reference frame. All this is done from one convenient Load/displacement dialog. Read on to find out more.