Altair Hyperworks provides the most comprehensive, open-architecture CAE solution in the industry including best-in-class modeling, analysis, and optimization. - Homepage: http://www.altairhyperworks.com/
We have documentation available for the following versions of Hyperworks:
To see all versions of Hyperworks available on Ada:
[ netID@cluster ~]$ module spider Hyperworks
To load a particular version of Hyperworks on Ada (Example: 2017):
[ netID@cluster ~]$ module load Hyperworks/2017
Usage on the VNC Nodes
The VNC nodes allow for usage of the a graphical user interface (GUI) without disrupting other users.
VNC jobs and GUI usage do come with restrictions. All VNC jobs are limited to a single node (20 cores, 64GB or 256GB). There are fewer VNC nodes than comparable compute nodes. Nearly all processing that is done within the GUI can be done more efficiently within a non-interactive job once the pre-processing is done.
For more information, including instructions, on using software on the VNC nodes, please visit our Ada Remote Visualization page.
Running the Hyperworks GUI
Using the Hyperworks GUI requires loading an OpenGL module before launching the GUI. To load the necessary OpenGL module on Ada:
[ netID@cluster ~]$ module load OpenGL/NVIDIA
Hyperworks has various commands to start its desktop applications:
- hg: Starts HyperWorks Desktop with the HyperGraph 2D client loaded
- hm: Starts HyperMesh standalone
- hmdesktop: Starts HyperWorks Desktop with the HyperMesh client loaded
- hv: Starts HyperWorks Desktop with the HyperView client loaded
- hw: Starts HyperWorks Desktop with the default client loaded
- mview: Starts HyperWorks Desktop with the MotionView client loaded
While in a VNC job, use hw (with vglrun) to start the Hyperworks desktop with the default client loaded:
[NetID@gpu ~]$ vglrun hw