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How to simulate schematics with TI models (.cir) in Autodesk software (Fusion 360 or Eagle) that only accepts ".mdl" files

I am trying to simulate a circuit using one of TI components (SN74ALS541N), and the file I found in the webpage referred to this component 
( is a ".cir" file. However I use Fusion 360 for simulation, and this type of file is not compatible with Fusion schmatics,
I must have a file of the format ".mdl". I tried many ways, from changing the file extension to copy and pasting, but it doesn't work. I contacted autodesk
and they informed me that the file was not compatible, and TI should provide a ".mdl" file as well. In contact with TI, they don't have such file.

So I want to know if someone figured out a way to use TI components on Autodesk schematic softwares, as I think extremelly weird that TI models, one of the
most important manufacturers in the electronics field, is not compatible with the most used design software (Autodesk) !!!!!!!