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Our Simulation Training

Autodesk Moldflow Adviser Fundamentals

This course teaches new Moldflow Adviser users the key features, functionalities and workflows in Autodesk Moldflow Adviser through hands on exercises. You will  earn how to run analysis in the Standard, Premium & Ultimate packages as well as learning how to interpret results of all analysis types available.

Key Topics

  • Intro to Using The Interface and Job Manager
  • Customise Databases
  • The Process typically used for Analysis Projects
  • Import and Check Models from CAD Systems
  • Check Models for Draft, Thickness and Undercuts
  • Gate Placement Guidelines
  • Gate Location Analysis
  • Review Part Design Guidelines
  • Analysis Sequences
  • Results Visualisation Tools
  • Cost Advsier Tool
  • Review available Formats
  • How to Model Typical Gate and Runner Designs
  • Concepts of Pack/Hold for Injection Moulds
  • Model Cooling Circuits
  • Concepts of Cooling for Injection Moulds

Course Duration - 2 Days

Next Step - A Bespoke Course

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Autodesk Moldflow Insight Fundamentals

This course teaches new Moldflow Insight users the key features, functionalities and workflows in Autodesk Moldflow Insight Standard through hands on exercises. You will be taught how to run and interpret results of most analysis types within the software.

Key Topics

  • Introduction to Synergy User Interface
  • General Process used for Analysis Projects
  • Moldflow Design Philosophy and Procedures
  • Mesh Characteristics
  • Mesh Errors and Mesh Density Requirements
  • Result Manipulation and Interpretation
  • Typical Gate and Runner Designs
  • Conduct a Runner Balance Analysis
  • Review of Definitions
  • Advanced Options for a Flow Analysis
  • Solvers and Capabilities
  • Features of Moldflow Communicator
  • How to Create MRF and Criteria Files in Synergy
  • Gate Placement Guidelines
  • Gate Location Analysis
  • Polymer Definition and Classification

Course Duration - 3 Days

Next Step - A Bespoke Course

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Introduction to Nastran in-CAD

Autodesk Nastran in-CAD is a powerful Finite Element Analysis (FEA) package build into Inventor. This course teach the capabilities of Nastran including complex stress, impact, fatigue, vibration and thermal analysis. Prior knowledge of Inventor Solid Modelling is required and Finite Element Analysis experience is beneficial but not mandatory. 

Key Topics

  • Introduction to Finite Element Analysis
  • Idealisations
  • Contacts
  • Constraints
  • Leads
  • Meshes
  • Reviewing Results
  • Sections
  • Animations

Course Duration - 2 Days

Next Step - A Bespoke Course

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Autodesk Inventor Dynamic Simulation

This course covers basic and advanced functionality of dynamic simulation within the Inventor modelling application, allowing you to acquire the knowledge needed to compete thorough evaluation of product performance. After a thorough introduction of the simulation workflow and user interface of dynamic simulation, the course will mainly focus on solving actual design problems. These problems are taken from real life examples and are universal, allowing you to apply the knowledge quickly to your own design problems with confidence.

Key Topics

  • Simulation Workflow
  • Simulation User Interface
  • Type of joints and process of creating joints
  • Simulating and Analysing
  • Environmental constraints
  • Analysing Results
  • Interpreting Results
  • Solving actual design problems using various different tools
  • Simulation of racing car piston assembly
  • Agricultural Spring mechanism design
  • Rotary compressor design
  • Simulating a sprocket chain

Course Duration - 2 Days

Next Step - Inventor Advanced Part Modelling, Inventor Advanced Assembly Modelling

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Autodesk Inventor Stress and Frame Analysis

This course will teach you how to drive the simulation capabilities of Autodesk Inventor Professional to perform FEA stress and frame analysis on models and digital prototypes. You will learn how to validate designs, eliminate redundancies and solve real-world problems before a physical prototype is produced. It uses the existing 3D model or digital prototype, alongside a powerful simulation toolset. You will be taught the tools that are available within the software and put them into practise using real world design problems from a variety of industries.

Key Topics

  • Simulation overview
  • Stress Analysis Environment (Static, model and frame)
  • User interface and stress analysis workflows)
  • Simulation solving
  • Exporting reports
  • Simulation preparation (materials, beams)
  • Simulation preparation (loads, contacts)
  • Simulation preparation (constraints, connections, thin bodies)
  • Simulation Pre-Solve Meshing
  • Meshing refinement and convergence
  • Displaying results (viewing different results, animating)
  • Probing and convergence plotting

Course Duration - 2 Days

Next Step - Inventor Advanced Part Modelling, Inventor Dynamic Simulation

Simulation & Moldflow

Updated on 2018-10-18T17:02:05+00:00, by George roberts.