SIMULATION MECHANICAL INTRODUCTION

COURSE DESCRIPTION

“Simulation Mechanical Introduction” teaches the fundamentals of Finite Element Analysis (FEA) as implemented in Autodesk Simulation Mechanical to simulate the performance of digital prototypes in the context of linear, static, structural type application. Other aspects important to design validation like fatigue evaluation; natural frequency and heat transfer are described using relevant hands-on examples.

Upon completion, users will be comfortable in using Autodesk software to complete various analyses of 3D CAD models.

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LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
  • Basics of FEA – concepts and workflow
  • Working with CAD model (associative link to Inventor, simplification using Autodesk SimStudio Tools)
  • Linear Static Stress analysis parameters
  • Units & coordinate systems
  • Boundary conditions (loads, constraints)
  • Understanding contact conditions
  • Parametric optimization
  • Material model options
  • Common element types (hexahedral, tetrahedral, plate, beam)
  • Mesh control and refinement techniques
  • Modal analysis; Critical Buckling
  • Steady-state and transient heat transfer
  • Fatigue analysis
  • Results interpretation and reports
  • Developing report templates

COURSE DETAILS


Duration: 3 Days
Prerequisite: Inventor Introduction; familiarity with analysis terms and concepts
Achievement: Certificate
Time: 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

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