Autodesk University
Getting Started with Sim 360
Hands-on Lab    SM3410-L
James Herzing
[up-LT842KPZeFW82PAkBp1Qlg%3D%3D-firstName] [up-LT842KPZeFW82PAkBp1Qlg%3D%3D-lastName]
[up-LT842KPZeFW82PAkBp1Qlg%3D%3D-badges]
[up-LT842KPZeFW82PAkBp1Qlg%3D%3D-firstName] [up-LT842KPZeFW82PAkBp1Qlg%3D%3D-lastName]
[up-LT842KPZeFW82PAkBp1Qlg%3D%3D-jobTitle]
[up-LT842KPZeFW82PAkBp1Qlg%3D%3D-company]
[up-LT842KPZeFW82PAkBp1Qlg%3D%3D-metrics]
Share Share
Comment Comment
Bookmark Bookmark
You must be signed in for this action Sign in
Close
Autodesk University
Collapse Expand

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.

Key Learnings

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

Speakers

userPhoto.jpg
James Herzing is the product marketing manager for the Product Design & Manufacturing Collection. He has spent 14 years working with CAD, finite element analysis and computational fluid dynamics, the last 10 with Autodesk, Inc. He graduated from the Pennsylvania State University with a BS in mechanical engineering. Herzing has presented in nearly 20 classes at Autodesk University, earning a Top-Rated Speaker award multiple times.
[up-LT842KPZeFW82PAkBp1Qlg%3D%3D-firstName] [up-LT842KPZeFW82PAkBp1Qlg%3D%3D-lastName]
[up-LT842KPZeFW82PAkBp1Qlg%3D%3D-badges]
[up-LT842KPZeFW82PAkBp1Qlg%3D%3D-firstName] [up-LT842KPZeFW82PAkBp1Qlg%3D%3D-lastName]
[up-LT842KPZeFW82PAkBp1Qlg%3D%3D-jobTitle]
[up-LT842KPZeFW82PAkBp1Qlg%3D%3D-company]
[up-LT842KPZeFW82PAkBp1Qlg%3D%3D-metrics]

Share Class

close-24

Comments

Login to join the discussion.
0 comments in this class
Be the first to share your thoughts.
close-24