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Autodesk Simulation Mechanical - Part 2

Course Overview

The Autodesk Simulation Mechanical Training course will introduce you to large scale motion, large deformation, large strain with contact, and non-linear material analysis capabilities . This course assumes that you have a working knowledge of the Autodesk Simulation Mechanical user interface and basic FEA theory. It is recommended that you attend the Autodesk Simulation Mechanical - Part 1 course prior to attending Autodesk Simulation Mechanical class.

Course Content


  • Overview
  • Background of MES
  • Stress and Strain Review
  • Steps for MES

Example Using MES   

  • Chapter Objectives
  • Example

Setting up the Event and Prescribing Motion   

  • Chapter Objectives
  • Introduction
  • Dynamic Analysis Techniques
  • Modeling Options
  • Element Options
  • MES Loading Options
  • Setting up Time-Dependent Loads
  • Event Setup
  • Loading Options
  • Results Options
  • Prescribed Motion Example
  • Exercise A: Impeller Model

Overview of Material Models   

  • Chapter Objectives
  • Material Model Options
  • Results Options
  • Example using von Mises Material Models
  • Exercise B: Plastic Deformation of a Beam

Introduction to Contact and Impact   

  • Chapter Objectives
  • Uses for Contact and Impact
  • Surface-to-Surface Contact Options
  • Surface Contact Example
  • Acceleration
  • Impact Planes
  • Impact Planes Example
  • Drop Test Wizard
  • Results Options
  • Exercise C: Sphere and Ramp Model

Geometric Nonlinearities   

  • Chapter Objectives
  • Overview
  • Buckling Analyses
  • Restarting Existing Analyses
  • Example of an MES Restart Analysis
  • Exercise D: Buckling Column Model

Results-Based Loading and Thermal Stress Analyses   

  • Chapter Objectives
  • Results Based Loading
  • Magnetic Force Example
  • Thermal Stress Analyses
  • Exercise E: Thermal Stress Analysis of a Coiling Furnace Drum

Planar Elements   

  • Chapter Objectives
  • Element Options
  • Loading Options
  • Shell Element Example
  • Exercise F: Sail Model

Self Study: Line and 2-D Elements and Analysis Options   

  • Other Element Types
  • When to Use Different Element Types
  • Line Elements - Self Study Objectives
  • Line Element Types and Options
  • Line Element Loading Options
  • Line Element Result Options
  • Truss Element Example
  • Exercise SS1: Mechanism Analysis (using Line Elements)
  • Exercise SS2: Beam Model
  • 2-D Elements - Self Study Objectives
  • 2-D Element Options
  • 2-D Loading Options
  • 2-D Hydrodynamic Element Example
  • Snap-Through Analysis Example
  • Exercise SS3: Pressurized Rubber Seal Analysis
  • Comparing Analysis Options
  • Linear versus Nonlinear Analysis
  • Implicit Time Integration Schemes
  • Iterative Solution Methods and Convergence Cri
  • Controls Affecting Convergence Behavior
  • Exercise SS4: Cable Model

Customer Reviews

Thanks to Xpertised and the tutor who walked me through all the topics with Practical exposure which is helping me in my current project.

Course was quite helpful in terms of understanding of concepts and practicality. Its really a very friendly environment to learn. The timing were mutually chosen, as we both are working professional. I am quite satisfied with the course.


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