Frame analysis now lets users analyze and simulate frames using static stress, to evaluate structural loading conditions and modal analysis to study natural frequency modes, including rigid body movements. The assembly is automatically converted into idealized nodes and beams, with the software guiding the user through the steps required to define the best testing scenario. After defining mechanical properties and applying loads and constraints, you can run the simulation and view the behavior relative to the conditions you defined. Results can be published as reports and recorded as animations, so you can see displacement and stress results. Frame analysis data can also be exported to RTD, the file format of the Robot Structural Analysis software that Autodesk acquired several years ago, to perform more advanced analysis. When running a dynamic simulation, you can activate the new Simulation Guide to walk you through the steps required to define the best scenario to represent the particular loads or interactions. When performing analyses, you can also suppress part features not subject to stress concentrations, such as cosmetic rounds, to expedite the analysis.
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