First workshop on HOTINT held in Linz

The first all-day workshop on HOTINT took place on 25th of February 2014 in Linz. It addressed beginners as well as proficient users. Since it was the first official workshop, please note that only local users have been invited.

First HOTINT Workshop

Before the workshop started, the latest version of the mechatronics simulation software HOTINT could be installed on the participants Laptops.

In the first part, an overview presentation of HOTINT was given. The attendees got an insight in the possibilities of the software, an introduction about the available objects in HOTINT and its script language and learned the most important aspects of the mathematical background of the implemented formulations.

In the second part, the program was explained interactively, by setting up different multibody systems. The participants explored the graphical user interface and set up a simple model. Subsequently HOTINT developers presented advanced features illustrated by models including flexible multibody simulation, rotor dynamics, fluid-structure interaction, plates and elements for large deformations.

The presentation slides can be downloaded by clicking the following links:

Due to the positive feedback of the participants further workshops will be held in future.

X2C is an open source tool for the model-based development and code generation of real time control algorithms for micro processor units.

X2C and HOTINT are developed at LCM GmbH

Linz Center of Mechatronics GmbH
with great support of the Institute of Technical Mechanics at Johannes Kepler University Linz

Institute of Technical Mechanics at Johannes Kepler University Linz
and with the support of the province of Upper Austria

Land Oberösterreich
within the regional development program Regio13 of the European Union

Land Oberösterreich