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Autodesk Simulation Mechanical

Autodesk Simulation MechanicalAutodesk® Simulation Mechanical, powered by Autodesk® Nastran®, provides a wide-range of accurate mechanical simulation to predict product performance, optimize designs, and validate product behavior before manufacturing. Autodesk® Simulation Mechanical allows the user to leverage a highly accurate, industry-tested general purpose finite element solver to run comprehensive multi-physics simulations that are either built-in or seamlessly coupled with other Autodesk products. Supporting multi-CAD environments, Simulation Mechanical provides flexibility in simulating CAD models in various formats. Integrated with the comprehensive Digital Prototyping solution offered by Autodesk, Simulation Mechanical brings Finite Element Analysis to all designers, engineers and analysts to make great products.

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New Features

  • Geometry preparation with SimStudio Tools
    Quickly modify, simplify, repair, and idealize your geometry for higher quality simulation models. SimStudio Tools reads in multiple CAD file formats and allows you to quickly eliminate unnecessary detail, create midsurfaces, perform basic repair, or easily make design changes so you can explore various design ideas faster.

  • MultiCAD import
    Directly import and evaluate designs from software including AutoCAD, Inventor, Dassault Systèmes SolidWorks, Dassault Systèmes Catia, PTC ProE, and PTC CREO, and from file formats including NX, Rhino, IGES, and STEP.

  • Stress linearization
    For linear static stress analyses, define a customizable Stress Classification Line (SCL) and perform stress linearization based on ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code (Section 8 Division 2). Determine local stress tensors along the SCL and the resultant bending and membrane stress intensities. Output is based on both the Von Mises and Maximum Shear stress combination equations.

 

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