Wasim Younis ( Burnley, United Kingdom ) is an Inventor Simulation consultant and trainer with more than 15 years experience in the manufacturing field. He works very closely with Autodesk, Autodesk value added resellers and users and has been involved with Simulation software when it was first introduced and is well-known throughout the Inventor Simulation Community Wasim has a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from University of Bradford and a master’s degree in Computer Aided engineering from Staffordshire University.
Posted in Uncategorized on June 16, 2012
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In the next couple of weeks I will be uploading a series of posts on the topic of meshing a key attribute in obtaining accurate stress analysis results. In this first article I am going to start of with how Inventor Stress Analysis creates meshes using the average element size value within the Mesh settings […]
Posted in Autodesk FEA Simulation on June 23, 2011
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The difference between remote force and force is that it allows the ability to define the location of the force (and not predetermined by selecting the faces of geometry like the force command), as illustrated below Another key difference between remote force and force is that remote force also induces moment/torque as soon as remote point […]