Fusion 360: Simulation

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About this Course

Designing your parts is just the first step. In order to ensure they will perform as designed, you need to know how they will stand up to real-world conditions. Will they deform, break, or otherwise fail when they are used?

Expert shows you how to use Fusion 360 simulation tools to specify materials, loads, constraints, and then perform your analysis to learn what changes you need to make before manufacturing your part. Expert explains how to use the application's various simulation tools, including Finite Element Analysis (FEA), thermal simulation, and tools to study cooling for electronics. Expert concludes with a recap of Generative Design, a cloud-based service that runs on Fusion 360 and uses simulation to offer design suggestions. Then instructor discusses how Autodesk CFD can be used in conjunction with Fusion 360 from computational fluid dynamics studies.




Stress analysis and simulation for your designs

Using the exercise files


1. Accessing Simulation Tools and Quick Start
What can be simulated in Fusion 360

Review an existing simulation setup and results

Review the results


2. Creating a Study: Static Stress
Creating a study and simplifying the model

Assigning materials to the model

Applying loads and constraints

Preview the mesh and run an analysis


3. Creating a Study: Static Stress
Cloning a study

Using simplification to explore design

Refining the mesh

Manage materials


4. Fundamental Analysis Types
Creating a static stress study of an assembly

Finding the frequency response of a component

Define the conditions of a thermal analysis

Apply the thermal loads to calculate thermal stress


5. Advanced Simulation Types
Applying static loads to a design to search for nonlinear material behavior

Set up an analysis of an event over time

Predict the risk of structural buckling

Use simulation to guide a change to the topology of the design

Analyze how air flow can contribute to cooling electronics

Review the electronic cooling results

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