Designing the parts is only the first step. To make sure they perform as designed, you need to know how they will stand up to real-world conditions.
Will they deform, break, or fail when in use? Instructor Thom Tremblay shows you how to use Fusion 360's simulation tools to specify materials, loads, and constraints, and then perform your analysis to know what changes you need to make before manufacturing your part.
Thom explains how to use the application's various simulation tools, including finite element analysis (FEA), thermal simulation, and tools for studying electronics cooling.
He concludes with a recap of Generative Design, a cloud-based service that runs on Fusion 360 and uses simulation to provide design suggestions. He then discusses how Autodesk CFD can be used in conjunction with Fusion 360 from computational fluid dynamics studies.