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.
The latest version of the Inventor Analysis book is now available. The format of the book has slightly changed in that it is smaller in size and book is now dedicated to Analysis section of Inventor only. Part 2 of the book will cover dynamic simulation. The book is still in full colour and more […]
Stress Singularities is a major concern when analyzing results as they considerably distort results. They are also a main cause for non-convergence of results. So the first question is -what is stress singularity? This can be best explained by the following example The above bracket has a localized high stress around the force applied on […]
With the release of Autodesk Inventor Simulation 2011 comes frame analysis in addition to stress analysis. So the question, for some maybe, is which one to use. Well if a component or indeed an assembly comprises of a uniform cross-section along its entire length and the ratio of length/cross-section is greater than 10 then use […]