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Inventor Professional 2016 - Finite Element Analysis Training DVD

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CADLearning for Autodesk Inventor Professional® 2016 Finite Element Analysis teaches the use of the Finite Element Analysis add-in for Inventor 2016, better known simply as "FEA". This add-in allows users to approximate the stress and strain within the complex geometry ofan existing Autodesk Inventor assembly. Lessons cover how to create simulations and then analyze them, in order to make better manufacturing decisions.

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Finite Element Analysis
Inventor Professional
Inventor 2016

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 Inventor Professional 2016 - Finite Element Analysis Training Includes

  •     48 Lessons
  •     2:58:30 (hh:mm:ss) Hours of Training
  •     Language: English


COURSE DESCRIPTION

CADLearning for Autodesk Inventor Professional® 2016 Finite Element Analysis teaches the use of the Finite Element Analysis add-in for Inventor 2016, better known simply as "FEA". This add-in allows users to approximate the stress and strain within the complex geometry ofan existing Autodesk Inventor assembly. Lessons cover how to create simulations and then analyze them, in order to make better manufacturing decisions.

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COURSE OUTLINE

FEA Essentials
Understanding FEA (3:13)
Creating a Simulation (2:32)
Exploring the FEA User Interface (4:02)
Setting up an FEA Analysis (6:25)
Understanding File Structure (1:45)
Assigning Materials (3:25)
Managing Material Libraries (6:52)
Applying Constraints (6:33)
Applying Basic Loads (7:23)
Applying Advanced Loads (8:48)
Assigning Prescribed Displacements (2:57)
Creating a Mesh (1:43)
Running a Simulation (0:53)
Generating Stress Plots (1:56)
Generating Displacement Plots (2:31)
Determining Safety Factor (2:18)
Finding Maximum and Minimum Results (1:42)
Probing Results (1:59)
Animating Results (2:10)
Configuring Display Settings (2:54)
Generating a Report (3:13)
Copying a Simulation (1:51)

Refining a Simulation
Understanding Stress Concentrations (6:19)
Controlling Mesh Size (4:41)
Controlling Local Mesh Size (3:18)
Using Convergence Plots (7:07)
Understanding Boundary Condition Effects (5:25)
Simplifying Geometry (2:44)
Analyzing Symmetric Models (3:18)
Editing a Model (5:06)
Performing Parametric Analysis (4:52)

Assembly Analysis
Analyzing Assemblies (2:01)
Defining Automatic and Manual Contacts (3:15)
Understanding Contact Types (2:54)
Utilizing Representations (2:58)
Examining an Assembly Analysis (4:18) Thin Parts
Understanding Shell Analysis (2:27)
Analyzing Thin Parts (4:28)
Creating Mid and Offset Surfaces (4:10)
Analyzing Assemblies with Shell and Solid Elements (3:56)

Modal Analysis
Understanding Modal Analysis (1:22)
Configuring a Modal Analysis (2:49)
Interpreting Modal Analysis Results (1:54)

Frame Analysis
Starting Frame Analysis (5:37)
Defining Constraints (4:30)
Applying Loads (4:51)
Defining Connections (2:25)
Viewing Results (4:40)