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James Herzing

SE2382: Autodesk® Simulation Mechanical for the Construction Industry

(Duration 01:18:10)

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Key Learning

Key Learning

  • Simulate structure failures to understand why they failed
  • Set up a global model with critical local detail
  • Get an insight into the structural performance of an assembly
  • Study the effect of prestressed bolts on your assemblies

Description

Description

During this class, you will learn the how Autodesk Simulation Mechanical software can be used for construction industry applications. Autodesk Simulation Mechanical will be used to create a global model with fine local details, such as a bolted connection in a steel structure. We will also cover critical effects such as prestress of bolts, contact between parts, plastic deformation, and dynamic behavior that captures real behavior.

Target Audience

Target Audience

Project Manager/Engineer, End User, AEC professionals who have some experience with structural analysis, and architects and industrial designers who are interested in simulation

Speakers

Speakers

James Herzing

James Herzing has been using the Autodesk Simulation Mechanical software for nearly 9 years, working in various positions that deal with customer issues, and trying to ensure their success. Currently, he works as part of the Industry Strategy and Marketing division as a member of the Go-to-Market team. He graduated from the Pennsylvania State University in 2004 with a BS in Mechanical Engineering and a minor in Engineering Mechanics. He has presented in 9 previous sessions at Autodesk University for both Simulation and Factory Design Suite.

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Tags

Published

  • 2012
  • SE2382

Software

  • Autodesk Simulation
  • Autodesk Inventor Products

Industries

  • Building Products & Fabrication
  • Buildings
  • Architecture & Construction Service Providers

Topics

  • Structural Engineering and Design
  • Architecture and Building Design