As your design nears completion, you might be concerned with how it’ll perform during a physical test or in a real-life environment. As we know, physical testing can be a costly and time-consuming process and many design issues can be predicted using software like SOLIDWORKS Simulation.
Articles by Silvio Perez
With most of us working from home, hopefully everyone is settling in and successfully accessing their SOLIDWORKS tools just like you normally would if working from the office. If you are having any issues, check out our blogs "Working Remote? Use SOLIDWORKS Effectively With These Tips," and "Work From Home During COVID-19 With SOLIDWORKS Temporary Licenses."
In part two of this three-part Simulation series, Product Manager Silvio Perez shows how the results obtained from SOLIDWORKS Flow Simulation can accurately predict stress and fatigue, optimizing the equipment for factors of safety and product life. From the first concept to the final prototype, SOLIDWORKS Simulation enables engineers to predict the impact of stress, heat, vibration, and much more to analyze and correctly predict a real-world failure.
Many times, creating a new design model, can be difficult because a Designer needs to optimize a design while still meeting multiple other design criteria. In this webinar recording, Silvio Perez, Simulation Product Manager, will take an in-depth look at how a Topology study will allow you to set a design goal. This will help you find the best strength to weight ratio, minimize the mass, or reduce the maximum displacement of a component. This webinar is for anyone who has had to optimize a design while satisfying a given optimization goal and geometric constraints. Find out how SOLIDWORKS Simulation solves this problem for you.
Learn about the different ways to optimize your design by doing a structural analysis with thermal loads. Join SOLIDWORKS Simulation Product Manager Silvio Perez, as he discusses the different methods of incorporating a thermal load into a Thermal Stress Analysis. Whether you have linear static studies or the full-analysis suite, you'll have a better understanding of how to incorporate thermal conditions to your structural analysis.