Autodesk Inventor® 2016
FEA Made Simple

Master Inventor!

Yes, you too can use Finite Element Analysis (FEA)!

The FEA Made Simple course shows you how to leverage the FEA module to enhance your productivity. That doesn’t mean you need to know heavy mathematical procedures to use it. The FEA module is supposed to do that. You can confirm the accuracy of your simulation studies using simple math and a few tips and tricks. This course shows you how it’s done.

That said, it’s important to understand how FEA works. You need to know how all the options work and what they do as well as which ones to use. This course makes it simple. You’ll learn the details about the data you input into your simulations, the details about operations applied to data, and you’ll learn how simulation settings affect the quality of your study results. By the end of this course, you’ll be confident about your work.

58 Lessons (Listed Below)
5.0 Hours

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FEA Made Simple
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Inventor 2016: FEA Made Simple

Introduction
Simulation Setup
Basic Static Simulation
Basic Static Simulation Results
Normal Stress
Shear and Normal Stresses
Components of Force
Principal Stress Intro
Controlling Probe Location
Mohr’s Circle
Maximum Shear Stress
Principal Stresses
Von Mises Stress
Adjusting Element Size
Normal vs Von Mises
Calculating Bending Stress
Equivalent Moments and Forces
Misaligned Moments and Forces
Loads on Complex Parts
Simplifying Complex Loads
Couples and Moments
Common Sense Deduction
Torsion and Shear
Combined Loads and Stresses
Understanding Von Mises Stress
Point vs Area Loads
Mesh Elements
Optimizing Element Settings
Mesh Controls
Improving Meshes and Reports

Stress Risers
Stress Riser Design and Analysis
Element Size Convergence
Convergence Strategies
Safety Factor and Material Specs
Introduction to Reports
Stress Analysis Reports
FOS Brittle and Ductile
Force and Pressure Loads
Bearing vs Force Loads
Soft Spring Constraints
Soft Spring Comparison
Optimizing Designs Based on FEA
Parametric Dimension Tips
Frame Analysis Simulations
Torsional Section Modulus
Beam Analysis
Beam Details and Diagrams
Introduction to Trusses
Method of Joints
Force Propagation
Constraining Trusses
Releases in Detail
Truss Simulation Details
Shell Elements
Applying Contacts
Thin Wall Model Analysis
Conclusion