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.
- Perform Dynamic Simulation
- Perform Stress Analysis
- Analyze and Interpret Results
- Create Innovative Designs
Wasim Younis is a simulation manager at Symetri, with more than 20 years of experience in the manufacturing field, including having worked at Rolls-Royce, British Aerospace, and Nuclear Electric. Younis has been teaching at Autodesk University for more than 7 years, and has been involved with Simulation software since Autodesk, Inc., first introduced it. He is well known throughout the Simulation community, and has authored the Up and Running with Autodesk Inventor Simulation books, available worldwide. He also manages and runs a dedicated forum for simulation users on LinkedIn called Up and Running with Autodesk Inventor Simulation.
Vince Adams is a 25-year finite element analysis (FEA) vet responsible for Autodesk, Inc., simulation customer satisfaction and growth. <br/><br/>Vince has written 3 books & numerous articles on FEA in product development including a top selling guide for managing simulation in the design process for NAFEMS, the premier global resource for simulation education.<br/><br/>Additionally, Vince has helped leading companies all over the world improve their processes either directly or thru classes presented in North America, Europe, Asia, Australia & South Africa.