Autodesk Simulation Mechanical

Autodesk Simulation Mechanical The Complete Guide is designed to give you a solid understanding of Autodesk Simulation features and capabilities.  Every course is designed to use all learning styles from text, audio, video, interactivity, quizzes and practical “Let Me Try” examples.

You’ll follow a workflow-based approach that mirrors the development of projects in the real world, learning the steps to start a simulation project, exporting and importing geometry, working with equipment in the drawing, using meshing techniques, creating and editing joints and contacts, and analyzing the model and producing results.

User’s prerequisites

You don’t need any previous experience with Autodesk Simulation Mechanical to take this course.

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Course Outline

Introduction to FEA
Introduction to FEA
Types of Analysis and Theories of Failure
Introduction to Autodesk Simulation Mechanical
Introduction to Autodesk Simulation Mechanical

Getting Started With Autodesk Simulation Mechanical
Setting the Unit System
Important Environments of Autodesk Simulation Mechanical
Short Cut Menus, Color Schemes, and HotKeys

Importing and Exporting Geometry
Introduction and Importing and Splitting Splitting Surfaces Of CAD Model
Simplifying the Model Geometry Before Importing
Importing, Saving and Exporting FEA Model
Archiving FEA Model
Understanding the Drawing Display TOOLS
Changing the View Using the View Using ViewCube
Navigating the Model using Steering Wheels and Controlling the Display of Models
Importing the Inventor Assembly File Tutorial
Importing a SolidWorks Assembly File Tutorial
Importing a STEP File Tutorial

Creating and Modifying Geometry
Creating and Modifying Geometry and Selection Methods
Creating 2D Sketched Geometry
Editing and Modifying Geometry

Generating Mesh
Viewing the Meshing Results
Eliminating Unmatched and Multi-Matched Feature Lines
Generating 2D Mesh
Unmatched and Multi-Matched Feature Lines

Meshing 2
Creating Refine Mesh
Editing Refinement Points

Working with Joints and Contacts
Introduction and Creating Joints
Creating Bolted Connection
Working with Contacts

Defining Materials and Boundary Conditions
Introduction and Assigning Material
Managing Material Libraries
Boundary Conditions Part 1
Boundary Conditions Part 2
Boundary Conditions Part 3
Boundary Conditions Part 4

Performing Analysis and Viewing Results
Introduction to Performing Analysis and Viewing Results
Performing Analysis and Viewing Results
Reviewing the Displacement Results
Reviewing the Stress Results
Reviewing the Strain Results
Reviewing the Reaction Force Results
Reviewing the Current Result for Nodes, Faces, and a Part
Adding Probes and Reviewing Results in Graphical Path Format
Modifying Legend Properties and Displaying Loads and Constraint
Creating and Generating Report

Advanced Structural Analysis
Introduction to Advanced Structural and Dynamic Analysis
Nonlinear Analysis