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This course will be instructing students to work on Autodesk® Nastran® In-CAD software which is a finite element analysis (FEA) tool embedded as an Add-on in Autodesk® Inventor® software. It acts as a tool for predicting parts or assembly behavior under various boundary conditions and mainly used by designer and analysts.

Topics Covered

  • Autodesk Nastran In-CAD Activation and navigation for conducting FEA analyzation on part and assembly models.
  • Creating, editing, and assigning idealizations and materials for using them in an analysis
  • Management of creation, setup, and modification of subcases that are being used for analyzing both static and dynamic models. some analyses types covered in this course: 
    • Linear Static
    • Nonlinear Static
    • Nonlinear Transient Response
    • Normal Modes
    • Direct Frequency Response
    • Modal Frequency Response
    • Direct Transient Response
    • Modal Transient Response
    • Random Response
    • Shock/Response Spectrum
  • Creation of constraint and assigning them to entities in the model
  • Creating loads which will exactly represent the magnitude and location of loads in real-world environment.
  • Creating Connector elements for simulation of how a physical connector will affect the model
  • Creating Surface Contact elements for defining contact between interacting components in an assembly.
  • Assigning local and global settings of mesh
  • Running an analysis of Autodesk Nastran In-CAD
  • Make imperatives with the required degrees of opportunity and dole out them to elements.
  • Make stacks that precisely speak to the greatness and area of the heaps the model will involvement in the workplace.
  • Make Connector components to mimic how a physical connector, for example, a bar, link, spring, inflexible body, or jolt will influence the model.
  • Make Surface Contact components to characterize contact between connecting segments.
  • Allot worldwide and neighborhood work settings.
  • Run an Autodesk Nastran In-CAD examination.
  • Survey and make plots for investigating the outcomes.

Chapter 1: Getting Started

  • Autodesk Digital Prototyping
  • Introduction to FEA
  • Introduction to Autodesk Nastran In-CAD
  • Working in Autodesk Nastran In-CAD
  • Cantilever Beam Exercise

Chapter 2: Working with the Default Analysis

  • Analysis & Subcases
  • Idealizations & Materials
  • Constraints & Loads
  • Connectors
  • Exercise: Cast Lever Boundary Conditions I
  • Exercise: Cast Lever Boundary Conditions II

Chapter 3: Working with the Mesh and Result Plots

  • Meshing Basics
  • Generating & Reviewing the Mesh
  • Customizing the Mesh
  • Loading Analysis Results
  • Visualizing Result Plots
  • Visualizing XY Plot Results
  • Refining the Mesh
  • Working with Line Elements

Chapter 4: Surface Contacts

  • Surface Contacts
  • Contacts & Symmetry in an Assembly Model

Chapter 5: Working with Composites

  • Working with Composites
  • Using Composite Materials in a Bike Frame

Chapter 6: Nonlinear Static Analysis

  • Basics of a Nonlinear Analysis
  • Creating a Nonlinear Static Analysis
  • Flat Walled Tank

Chapter 7: Nonlinear Materials

  • Working with Nonlinear Materials
  • Flexural Test Fixture

Chapter 8: Nonlinear Transient Response Analysis

  • Creating a Nonlinear Transient Response Analysis
  • Ball Impact

Chapter 9: Normal Modes Analysis

  • Basics of a Dynamic Analysis
  • Creating a Normal Modes Analysis
  • Muffler I - Determining Natural Frequencies
  • Muffler II - Modal Avoidance

Chapter 10: Frequency Response Analysis

  • Creating a Frequency Response Analysis
  • Muffler III - Frequency Response

Chapter 11: Transient Response Analyzes

  • Creating Direct & Modal Transient Response Analysis
  • Exercise: Wing

Chapter 12: Random Response Analysis

  • Creating a Random Response Analysis
  • Muffler IV - Random Response

Chapter 13: Shock/Response Spectrum Analysis

  • Creating a Shock/Response Spectrum Analysis
  • Multi-Story Building

Appendix A: Dynamic Analysis Theory

  • This course requires knowledge of Finite Element Analysis (FEA), the ability to interpret results and how to setup a model for analysis.

The aim of this course is to teach a student how to navigate the interface of Autodesk® Nastran® In-CAD for successfully analyzing a model.

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