Large Assemblies - Simulation Made Easy

This Large Assemblies webinar will introduce you to the simulation capabilities from Altair SimSolid. 

Typically to analyse large assemblies and structures using traditional solutions like Inventor Nastran one must think about idealising the structure into simpler forms.

Typically, this involves analysing the structure as beam (line) elements, shell (surface) elements or reducing the number of components within the assembly. By doing this the structure is considerably simplified which may also include excluding components that may deem to be structurally insignificant. All this leads to additional time in preparing a model suitable for analysis and resulting in long solve times.

Join our webinar and see how Altair SimSolid excels in analysing large structures without the need to simplify. 

Webinar agenda

  • How easy it is to set up analyses in SimSolid including creating welds.
  • SimSolid working on fully detailed large-scale models
  • How fast SimSolid calculates/generates results

We hope you have the time to join us and have a look at technology to help you make informed design decisions early in the design process.

Event Details:

Date: Tuesday 20th September 2022
Time: 14:00 - 15:00


                    Wasim Younis

An Autodesk simulation solutions manager with more than 30 years of experience in the manufacturing field. Wasim has been involved with Autodesk simulation software since it was first introduced and is well-known worldwide throughout the Autodesk simulation community. He has also authored the Up and Running with Autodesk Inventor Professional and Inventor Nastran books. He also runs a dedicated forum for Autodesk simulation users on LinkedIn – Up and Running with Autodesk Simulation


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