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James Herzing

SM3410-L: Getting Started with Sim 360

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Key Learning

Key Learning

  • Open models in Sim 360
  • Simplify models for simulation
  • Set up structural thermal and fatigue calculations
  • Compare results from multiple designs

Description

Description

In this hands-on lab we go through the basics of Sim 360 cloud service. We go over the user interface and perform several analyses including structural fatigue and thermal using the power of the cloud. We also cover the basics of model simplification, meshing convergence, analysis setup, and results interpretation.

Target Audience

Target Audience

Designers and engineers

Speakers

Speakers

James Herzing

James Herzing has been using the Autodesk Simulation software for 10 years, working in various positions that deal with customer issues, ensuring their success, and creating highly viewed marketing material. Currently, he works as part of the Industry Strategy and Marketing division as a member of the Go-to-Market team, focusing on Simulation TV and customer nurturing and enablement. He graduated from the Pennsylvania State University in 2004 with a BS in Mechanical Engineering and a minor in Engineering Mechanics. He has presented and assisted in over 12 courses at Autodesk University in the past, receiving multiple top rated speaker scores in these classes.

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Tags

Published

  • 2013
  • SM3410-L
  • AU Las Vegas, I3D

Software

  • SIM 360, Cloud Services

Industries

  • Aerospace & Defense Equipment
  • Process Manufacturing
  • Oil & Gas
  • Mining
  • Manufacturing Other
  • Life Sciences Manufacturing
  • Industrial Machinery

Topics

  • Simulation