INVENTOR SIMULATION and ANALYSIS


COURSE DESCRIPTION

“Inventor Simulation and Analysis” program introduces designers to the built-in toolset for performing motion simulation and linear, structural finite element analysis (FEA) to help users understand how their designs will perform. Stress, strain, deflection, modal (natural shapes and frequencies) and dynamic (rigid-body) simulations are covered. The new Force Effect plug-in for Inventor is introduced as a conceptual tool for mechanism design.

Upon completion, users will have the ability to confidently validate their digital prototypes and make early decisions to optimize their designs.

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LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
  • Stress Analysis overview
  • Global and local mesh control, mid-plane meshing
  • Element types (tetrahedral, shell)
  • Boundary conditions (loads, constraints)
  • Analyzing assemblies (contact options)
  • Automatic convergence
  • Parametric studies and design optimization
  • Modal Analysis overview
  • Frame Analysis overview
  • Generative Design (Shape Generator)
  • Results interpretation
  • Dynamic Simulation overview
  • Creating joints
  • Defining constant and variable loads
  • Repairing redundancies
  • Understanding results
  • Sharing dynamic simulation results with stress analysis
  • Force Effect and Force Effect Motion for conceptual design

COURSE DETAILS


Duration: 2 Days
Prerequisite: Completion of Inventor Introduction and familiarity with analysis terms and concepts
Achievement: Certificate
Time: 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

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