When performing finite element analysis, the quality of your mesh dictates the accuracy of your results. With the advances in automatic meshing technology, this quality is often overlooked. This class will focus on key topics such as selecting the correct mesh size, using mesh refinement, and interrogating the element quality to make sure you can be confident in your results.
Engineers with interest or experience in Simulation
Mitch Muncy is a simulation enthusiast with over 15 years in the computer-aided engineering industry. Before joining Autodesk, Inc., as a product manager, he was executive vice president of NEi Software (NEi Nastran), where he managed day-to-day operations of the Sales, Marketing, and Technical Teams. Mitch holds a degree in mechanical engineering from the University of California, Irvine.
In today's difficult times, all around the world engineers and designers like you are constantly facing challenges, including reducing costs, reducing weight, making innovative product designs faster, and on and on. In this session, we will take your designs to the next level by utilising the phenomenal Shape Generator and Stress Analysis available within Inventor Professional software. The session will go through workflows and tips based on industry best practices. The class will also demonstrate various examples of how designers like you have made effective use of Shape Generator and Stress Analysis. This session will also feature Nastran In-CAD for more advanced analysis for designers.
This class will demonstrate workflows and processes to help you make better decisions enabling you to make innovative designs. Dynamic Simulation within Inventor Simulation allows you the designer to convert your static CAD models into a moving mechanism, allowing you to determine reaction forces, velocities and acceleration and much more. Whereas the Stress Analysis module within Inventor Simulation will enable you to determine whether your parts will fail in the real world, including the ability to optimize your designs enabling you reduce weight. This class is ideally aimed at the Inventor users who have very little knowledge of Inventor Simulation.
Inventor 2016 R2 gives users new modeling tools and approaches that enable the creation of a greater number of alternatives with more flexibility and freedom than ever before. See how to utilize several of Autodesk's MFG design and analysis products in combination with one another to create the highest quality design possible.
A look into Finite Element Analysis mechanical simulation inside Autodesk Inventor with Autodesk Nastran In-CAD. The presentation will explain the concepts of FEA simulation to validate product design and predict product behavior within the design application empowering designers to explore options as early as possible and reduce iteration costs. This enables designers to improve performance, reduce the chance of failure and reduce cost all without leaving their design environment.
Autodesk® Nastran® In-CAD, ein allgemein einsetzbares Werkzeug für die Finite-Elemente-Berechnung (FEM) für Ingenieure und Analytiker, bietet eine Reihe von Simulationen und wird vom Autodesk Nastran-Solver unterstützt.
Wo liegen die Grenzen von Inventor Professional - wo beginnt Nastran In-CAD?<br/><br/>Konstruktionsbegleitende - schnell durchführbare Berechnungen fließen immer öfter in das Tagesgeschäft des Maschinenbaukonstrukteurs ein.<br/><br/>Wir zeigen Ihnen die Grenzen von Inventor Professional und den Übergang auf Nastran In-CAD an einem praktischen Beispiel für die Maschinenbau Branche.
In this class, Autodesk Simulation experts will examine the commonly understood, and often published, methods for modeling welds in finite element analysis (FEA). The true nature of welds, their physics, material characteristics, and failure modes will be reviewed in the context of what you can and can’t expect from simulation. Best practices for static weld sizing using FEA, primarily Nastran In-CAD, and Inventor will be revealed. Evaluating welds for fatigue will also be reviewed to ensure participants are using state of the art simulation for all their welding applications.
Post processing results from finite element analysis (FEA) solutions is essential to understanding whether your design passes or fails based on your engineering criteria. There are many options available for checking the design integrity, such as different types of stress plots. There are also several contour options such as nodal, elemental, max, and average. During this course we'll explain the importance of all these options and what to look out for to make sure the results are accurate.
Real-world problems are rarely linear or static. Nonlinearities often impact the prediction of a product's behavior in unpredictable ways. These add uncertainty and risk to decisions made from either virtual or physical test results for engineers and designers who don't understand them. We will summarize simply and clearly the process of identifying and planning for the 3 key types of nonlinearity in product performance so that all attendees will be able to spot them, again in both physical as well as virtual testing. We will teach you how to account for nonlinearities in testing, but the remaining focus will be on nonlinear simulation covering processes, terms, and troubleshooting. While we will use Simulation Solutions for illustration, the concepts covered will be valid for any simulation software attendees.
This lab will focus on getting started with Autodesk Nastran In-CAD software inside of Inventor 2016 software. Participants should have an understanding of finite element analysis (FEA) and the preferred participants are currently using FEA in their jobs. We will explore the Ribbon, Browser, and different analysis types. We will have a few workflows for basic users that are looking to crest the initial hurdle when learning new software, as well as a few examples for the more advanced users who are familiar with FEA software.