SOLIDWORKS Simulation Professional
December 13, 2018
- Lancaster PA
What to Expect
- Duration: 1 day
- Time: 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM — lunch is included!
- Prerequisites: Fundamentals I, Fundamentals II, and/or a minimum of 80 hours of SOLIDWORKS modeling time. A background or understanding of strength of materials is a plus.
Advanced Validation of your Designs
- Test your part designs in a variety of different failure modes
- Verify part resilience to Fatigue
- Identify thermal loads, flows, and hotspots
- Avoid resonance in part and assembly design
- Run a complete structural validation of your design
- Create better, more cost-effective designs with less manual iteration
Make Better Decisions Based on Virtual Simulation
Frequency Analysis of Parts and Assemblies
Identify the natural frequencies, and predicted vibrational mode shapes of your part and assembly designs. Avoid destruction of your parts through resonance at their operating frequency.
Complete structural analysis by verifying a designs resistance to buckling. Calculate critical buckling loads and identify bucking factors of safeties.
Drop Test Analysis
Subject your product to one of the most common real-world scenarios, it being dropped. Identify the response to the impact, as well as maximum g-force sustained.
Design Optimization through Simulation
Allow SOLIDWORKS to suggest design changes based on simulation criteria and response. Minimize costs and create better products while removing manual iteration
Thermal Analysis of Parts and Assemblies
Understand a products response to thermal loading. Interpret heat flux, power, and temperature plots to ensure your operating temperature is within range. Learn how to set up transient heat transfer problems to see heat response as a function of time.
Simulate repeated cyclic loading on your parts and assemblies. Interpret damage percentages, and drive towards infinite life for your parts.