SOLIDWORKS Simulation Professional adds to the capabilities of SOLIDWORKS Simulation Standard by assessing and analyzing large assembly behavior focusing on critical zones with submodelling. SOLIDWORKS Simulation Professional provides significant product quality benefits; enabling engineers to detect design problems in less time than a physical prototype could be built.
SOLIDWORKS SIMULATION PROFESSIONAL INCLUDES:
(STANDARD CAPABILITIES INCLUDED)
SIMULATE FREQUENCY OR BUCKLING
Examine how vibrating or unstable modes can shorten equipment life and cause unexpected failure and assess the effects of load stiffening on frequency and buckling response for a variety of industry applications
ANALYZE ASSEMBLY MOTION
Define motion studies based on model event and assembly actions by evaluating characteristics like actuator force and joint loads for motion optimization through event-based simulation
DROP TEST ANALYSIS
Efficiently evaluate the effect of the impact of a part or an assembly when "falling on the floor" will effect the structural integrity of the component or part without physical testing
Perform structural topology studies within a parts given set of constraints to discover new minimal material design alternatives to cut out costly prototypes and reduce material costs
STRUCTURAL OPTIMIZATION STUDIES
Perform structural optimization analysis to reach the best available strength-to-weight, frequency, optimum dimensions, or stiffness performance for your product designs
ANALYZE THERMAL LOADS
Determine the combined stresses and deformations due to structural and thermal loads by studying convection, conduction, and heat transfer of temperate dependent material properties.