Autodesk Simulation Mechanical

Autodesk Simulation Mechanical

Autodesk® Simulation software, provides a range of mechanical simulation tools
 
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Autodesk® Simulation software, provides a range of mechanical simulation tools to help designers and engineers make decisions earlier Support for multi-CAD environments and extensive finite element modeling tools help manufacturers study initial design intent and accurately predict product performance. Companies worldwide use Autodesk® Simulation Mechanical and Autodesk® Simulation Multiphysics software to validate and optimize designs before manufacturing—increasing efficiency, minimizing reliance on physical prototypes, reducing costs, and decreasing errors.
Autodesk Simulation 2012: Mechanical simulation software

Mechanical Simulation Software

Autodesk® Simulation software, part of the Autodesk solution for Digital Prototyping, provides a range of mechanical simulation tools to help designers and engineers make decisions earlier in the engineering design process. Support for multi-CAD environments and extensive finite element modeling tools help manufacturers study initial design intent and accurately predict product performance. Companies worldwide use Autodesk® Simulation Mechanical and Autodesk® Simulation Multiphysics software to validate and optimize designs before manufacturing—increasing efficiency, minimizing reliance on physical prototypes, reducing costs, and decreasing errors.

What's New in Autodesk Simulation 2012
Learn more about the new user interface, additional geometry modification tools, the ability to modify Autodesk® Inventor® parameters, improved simulation of plastic parts, and support for Autodesk® Vault data management tools.

Features:
CAD support—Direct, associative data exchange with most CAD software.
Modeling and meshing—Create finite element models and meshes using tools and wizards designed to improve productivity and simulation accuracy.
Video: Static stress and linear dynamics—Study structural response of designs.
Video: Mechanical event simulation—Enhance design decisions by using multibody dynamics with support for large-scale motion, large deformation, and large strain with body-to-body contact.
Video: Computational fluid dynamics (CFD) simulation—Study thermal characteristics of designs and perform accurate, detailed fluid flow analysis.
Video: Multiphysics—Study multiple physical factors acting simultaneously by combining results from different analysis types.

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