Introduction to Creo Simulate 2.0

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Date(s) - 22/06/2015 - 24/06/2015
9:00 am - 5:00 pm

PD Solutions Singapore Office


Introduction to Creo Simulate 2.0


Course Code: TRN-3911
Course Length: 5 Days

In this course, new users will learn how to test, validate, and optimize product designs with the Creo Simulate module. Simulate enables you to simulate structural and thermal loads on product designs.

In this course, you will complete comprehensive, hands-on lab exercises that simulate realistic analysis and design optimization activities. You will also be introduced to advanced topics such as dynamic analyses, combined mechanical and thermal analyses, and Optimization Studies. After completing the course, you will be able to run engineering analyses and optimizations on your product design models., and At the end of each module, you will complete a set of review questions to reinforce critical topics from that module.

At the end of the course, you will complete a course assessment in Pro/FICIENCY intended to evaluate your understanding of the course as a whole.

Course Objectives

  • Learning the basic Simulate analysis process
  • Learning theory and simulate model topics
  • Exploring results
  • Learning about materials and material properties
  • Understanding and using Simulate idealizations
  • Understanding and using structural loads
  • Understanding and using structural constraints
  • Running structural analyses
  • Understanding convergence
  • Analyzing assemblies with Simulate
  • Completing design and sensitivity studies
  • Running optimization studies


Three months of Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire 5.0 or Creo Parametric experience


This course is intended for mechanical designers, design engineers, and related roles


Day 1
Module 1 Introduction to Creo Simulate
Module 2 Theoretical Foundations
Module 3 Model Preparation
Module 4 Analysis Definition Basics M
odule 5 Introduction to Results Evaluation

Day 2
Module 6 Materials and Simulate Geometry Features
Module 7 Loads and Constraints
Module 8 Interfaces, Assemblies, and Measures

Day 3
Module 9 Meshing
Module 10 More Analysis Types
Module 11 Singularities
Module 12 Basic Model Debugging
Module 13 Project

Day 4
Module 14 Model Types
Module 15 Shells Module 16 Idealizations

Day 5
Module 17 Advanced Analysis
Module 18 Sensitivity and Optimization

Course Content

Module 1. Introduction to Creo Simulate
i. Simulate Analysis Functionality
ii. Simulate Model Functionality
iii. The Finite Element Method
iv. The Simulate User Interface
v. The Simulate User Interface Functionality
vi. The Diagnostic Tool
vii. The Typical Simulation Process
Knowledge Check Questions

Module 2. Theoretical Foundations
i. The h- and p-Versions of Finite Elements
ii. Finite Element Terminology
iii. The p-Method
iv. Structural Mechanics — Stress Definitions and Hooke’s Law
v. Structural Mechanics — Strain Energy and Failure Theories
vi. Fundamental Equation Systems Solved in Simulate
Knowledge Check Questions

Module 3. Model Preparation
i. Preparing a CAD Model
ii. Managing Units
iii. Using Inheritance and Remove Features
Knowledge Check Questions

Module 4. Analysis Definition Basics
i. Convergence Methods
ii. Error Norms
iii. Fundamentals of a Linear Static Analysis
iv. Defining a Linear Static Analysis
v. Recommendations for Memory Allocation
vi. Comparing Convergence Methods
vii. Selecting a Convergence Method
Knowledge Check Questions

Module 5. Introduction to Results Evaluation
i. Using the Postprocessor
ii. Reviewing the Results Window
iii. Exporting Results
iv. The Simulate Result Directory Structure
v. Ensuring Result Quality
Knowledge Check Questions

Module 6. Materials and Simulate Geometry Features
i. Defining Linear Elastic Materials
ii. Defining Simulate Model Geometry
Knowledge Check Questions

Module 7. Loads and Constraints
i. Defining Global Loads
ii. Defining Forces, Moments, and Pressure
iii. Defining Loads as Functions
iv. Defining Constraints
Knowledge Check Questions

Module 8. Interfaces, Assemblies, and Measures
i. Using Interfaces
ii. Reviewing Interfaces
iii. Using Measures
Knowledge Check Questions

Module 9. Meshing
i. Understanding Mesh Options
ii. Using AutoGEM Settings
Knowledge Check Questions

Module 10. More Analysis Types
i. Understanding Large Deformation Analysis
ii. Using Modal Analysis
Knowledge Check Questions

Module 11. Singularities
i. Understanding Singularities
ii. Treating Singularities
Knowledge Check Questions

Module 12. Basic Model Debugging
i. Debugging a Model
Knowledge Check Questions

Module 13. Project
i. The Journeyman’s Piece
Knowledge Check Questions

Module 14. Model Types
i. Understanding 2-D Plane Stress and Strain
ii. Understanding Symmetry
Knowledge Check Questions

Module 15. Shells
i. Understanding Shells
ii. Using Shells on Quilts or Volume Surfaces
iii. Using Shell Pairs for Midsurface Models
iv. Using Connection Tools to Join Shell Midsurface Assemblies
Knowledge Check Questions

Module 16. Idealizations
i. Defining a Beam
ii. Understanding Beam Results
iii. Creating Discrete Masses
iv. Creating Rigid Links
v. Creating Weighted Links
vi. Creating Springs
Knowledge Check Questions

Module 17. Advanced Analysis
i. Understanding Static Analysis with Prestress
ii. Understanding Modal Analysis with Prestress
iii. Understanding Dynamic Analysis
iv. Understanding Linear Buckling Analysis
v. Understanding Nonlinear Stability Analysis: Snap-through
Knowledge Check Questions

Module 18. Sensitivity and Optimization
i. Defining Design Studies
ii. Understanding Design Study Options
Knowledge Check Questions

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