NX Motion Simulation

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Duration: 3 Days
Location: Cranfield
User Level: Beginner to Intermediate

Course Agenda:

  1. Combine rigid bodies (links), joints, and motion drivers to create a mechanism and set it in to motion.
  2. Manage multiple motion simulations.
  3. Apply forces, torques, springs, dampers, bushings, and contact in a motion simulation.
  4. Query a motion simulation for information and edit both model and simulation features.
  5. Apply packaging options to generate feedback in the form of marker and component tracing, critical measurements, and interference checking.
  6. Use spreadsheets and graphing to both animate and analyse a motion simulation.
  7. Use advanced solutions to simulate component flexibility, transfer loads for a finite element analysis, and control an electric motor.

Course Objective;

Motion Simulation is a CAE software application you can use to animate and analyse both kinematic and dynamic motion mechanisms in terms of critical design positions, forces, velocities, and accelerations. Upon successful completion of this course, students will understand how to apply and edit motion simulations, use motion simulations to analyse, troubleshoot and optimize a mechanism design.

While this course does include classic engineering topics such as statics, dynamics, and kinematics, the primary objective of this course is to train users in the use and application of the engineering of software package. This course does not serve as a substitute for formal engineering education on these topics.

After successfully completing this course, you should be able to perform the following tasks in NX:

  • Combine rigid bodies (links), joints, and motion drivers to create a mechanism and set it into motion.
  • Manage multiple motion simulations.
  • Apply forces, torques, springs, dampers, bushings, and contact in a motion simulation.
  • Query a motion simulation for information and edit both model and simulation features.
  • Apply packaging options to generate feedback in the form of marker and component tracing, critical measurements, and interference checking.
  • Use spreadsheets and graphing to both animate and analyse a motion simulation.
  • Use advanced solutions to simulate component flexibility, transfer loads for a finite element analysis, and control an electric motor.

Who's it for?

This course is intended for intended for analysts, engineers, and designers who want to animate and analyse an assembly of moving parts.

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