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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


Introduction   

  • 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.
-Waseem

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.
-Tanmoy

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