Overview

Autodesk Inventor Professional

AutoCAD is a versatile and most ubiquitous commercial software tool for creating 3D digital prototypes used in the design, visualization and simulation of products developed and marketed by AUTODESK since 1982.

Inventor is a integrated motion simulation and assembly tool to help users optimize strength and weight, identify high-stress areas, identify and reduce unwanted vibrations, and size motors and actuators to reduce energy consumption. Inventor also supports Finite element analysis (FEA) which lets users to validate component design without testing. how parts perform under loads .

Applications

Autodesk Inventor is used across a wide range of industries, like Aerospace & Defense, Automobile & Transportation, Marine Engineering, Education, Manufacturing, Fast Moving Consumer Goods, Automation etc..

Course Highlights:

Autodesk Inventor Professional Foundation :
  • Sketcher
  • Part Modeling
  • Assembly
  • Drawing View
  • Sheet Metal
  • Surface Modeling
  • Animation

Duration:

  • 45 Hours Theory
  • 45 Hours Practical
  • 20 Hours Project work
Autodesk Inventor Professional Advanced :
  • Analysis
  • Tubing and piping
  • Weldments
  • Inventor Studio
  • Steel Frame Generation
  • Mechanism or Dynamic Simulation
  • Design Accelerator
  • Autolimits
  • Introduction about Autodesk Vault

Duration:

  • 45 Hours Theory
  • 45 Hours Practical
  • 20 Hours Project work
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The use of virtual reality techniques in the development of educational applications brings new perspectives to the teaching of subjects related to the field of civil construction in Civil Engineering domain. In order to obtain models, which would be able to visually simulate the construction process of two types of construction work, the research turned to the techniques of geometric modelling and virtual reality. The applications developed for this purpose are concerned with the construction of a cavity wall and a bridge. These models make it possible to view the physical evolution of the work, to follow the planned construction sequence and to visualize details of the form of every component of the works. They also support the study of the type and method of operation of the equipment necessary for these construction procedures. These models have been used to distinct advantage as educational aids in first-degree courses in Civil Engineering.
Assembly objects contain and manage a collection of subassemblies that are used to form the basic structure of a 3D corridor model. An assembly is an Autodesk Civil 3D drawing object (AECCAssembly) that manages a collection of subassembly objects
A view created by sketching a line that defines a plane used to cut through a part or assembly. You draw the cutting line when you create the view, or select it from a sketch associated to the parent view
Sheet metal is the basis of all engineering today. We can see it everywhere – from cars and machinery to house facades and furniture.
Filled with eBooks on practical applications, this compilation houses a wide range of valuableworks—including the bestselling Civil Engineering Handbook—that serve the research needs of civil, structural, and geotechnical engineers as well as infrastructure managers and architects.
Animation within engineering becomes a clear way to study simulation of a whole system within its intended environment. This provides context for complicated issues, allowing engineering teams to find flaws or help explain complicated issues