Autodesk provides a rich collection of information to help you learn about and get the most from Autodesk Simulation Mechanical 360. This is a list of resources that we feel will help you get started as quickly as possible:
For a comprehensive description of how to use Simulation Mechanical and Simulation Multiphysics, Fatigue Wizard, tutorials, example models, and more, please see the Autodesk Simulation Mechanical WikiHelp.
In addition to the two presented in the previous pages on this wiki, we have a wide assortment of tutorials to help you gain experience using Autodesk Simulation Mechanical. Modeling and meshing tutorials cover CAD-based and structured-mesh (hand-built) models as well as solid, planar, and line elements. Analysis tutorials cover linear static stress, linear dynamics, mechanical event simulation, heat transfer, fluid flow, electrostatics, and multiphysics analysis scenarios (combined analysis types).
Important: Before jumping to any of the Autodesk Simulation Mechanical tutorials, download and extract the zip archive that contains the tutorial model datasets by clicking here.
The four tutorials pictured below, in particular, are great for learning the basics and for quickly seeing what Autodesk Simulation Mechanical can do:
The Autodesk Simulation Mechanical Services & Support page is a collection of resources created by our Technical Support teams.
To post a question or simply reach out to other Simulation Mechanical users, access the Autodesk Simulation Mechanical Forum.
To search for a specific answer, search the Autodesk Simulation Mechanical Knowledge Base.
Learn about a variety of simulation topics from our in-house simulation experts, the Sim-Squad. This video series provides in-depth information on all aspects of the simulation experience. New videos are added regularly, so be sure to check back often.
Click here to view the Getting Started with Autodesk Simulation 360 channel on Simulation TV.