SOLIDWORKS Simulation

Extending SOLIDWORKS Simulation’s Capabilities with the 3DEXPERIENCE Platform

With the 3DEXPERIENCE® platform, you can now leverage the most advanced and powerful simulation capabilities in the industry: the gold standard for advanced nonlinear solvers, world-leading general contact algorithm, ability to quickly solve large and complex assemblies, cloud computing that reduces computation time, advanced mechanics, hex meshing—the list goes on and on. You can, with […]

 

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SOLIDWORKS Flow Simulation 2020 Helps You Make Better Decisions for Superior Performance

What if ordinary designers and engineers at your company could quickly simulate fluid flow, heat transfer, and fluid forces that are critical to the success of your design? Fully integrated with SOLIDWORKS®, SOLIDWORKS Flow Simulation is a user-friendly, computational fluid dynamics (CFD) solution that enables your team to simulate liquid and gas flow in real-world […]

 

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SOLIDWORKS 2019 SP5 is now available to download

This service pack for SOLIDWORKS and SOLIDWORKS PDM, is now available to Subscription Service customers. To download, click here. Alternatively log into the SOLIDWORKS Customer Portal at https://customerportal.solidworks.com and click Download Software and Updates to access the update. You will need your SOLIDWORKS Customer Portal login details to download SOLIDWORKS. If you don’t have an […]

 

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What’s New in SOLIDWORKS Simulation 2020

SOLIDWORKS® Simulation 2020 is all about ease of use and performance! New Default: Incompatible Mesh for Bonded Contact (Improved Ease of Use) SOLIDWORKS Simulation 2020 took a big leap forward by changing the Bonded Contact setup default from Compatible mesh to Incompatible mesh. This change makes it easier than ever to mesh assemblies that don’t […]

 

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SOLIDWORKS Support Monthly News – October 2019

Hello to all, Welcome to the new edition of the SOLIDWORKS Support Monthly News!  This monthly news blog is co-authored by members of the SOLIDWORKS Technical Support teams worldwide.   Distributed Coupling for Bolt Connectors in SOLIDWORKS Simulation By Julien Boissat As you may have already seen in the SOLIDWORKS 2020 What’s New, Pin and Bolt […]

 

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SOLIDWORKS 2020 SP0 is now available to download

This service pack for SOLIDWORKS and SOLIDWORKS PDM, is now available to Subscription Service customers. To download, click here. Alternatively log into the SOLIDWORKS Customer Portal at https://customerportal.solidworks.com and click Download Software and Updates to access the update. You will need your SOLIDWORKS Customer Portal login details to download SOLIDWORKS. If you don’t have an […]

 

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SOLIDWORKS Tech Tip – Simulation Productivity Tools: LIBRARY FEATURES

Have you ever wondered if there was a way to save a simulation feature such as a load, fixture, or a connector as a library feature, just like SOLIDWORKS? Simulation library features could serve as templates and help accelerate the design iteration process. Especially when multiple users across design teams are tasked with using simulation, […]

 

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What is the 3DEXPERIENCE platform?

“Time Out Market Boston Opens in the Fenway – A Food Paradise Steps from South Campus,” Boston University, http://www.bu.edu/articles/2019/time-out-market/, June 28, 2019.   Here at the SOLIDWORKS office in Waltham, MA, the food aficionados among us were all awaiting one big opening event this summer. Time Out Market, a food hall situated in a renovated […]

 

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Solving Beamy Part 2 – Three-Point Bending Test with Structural Professional Engineer

In the previous blog post, we discussed solving a 3-point bending test for a bracket for a new portable projector. Figure 1 shows a typical 3-point bending test, but please read the previous blog for a review of how we solved the problem using SOLIDWORKS Simulation Premium. Figure 1 – Typical Three-Point Bending Test   […]

 

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Solving Beamy – Three-Point Bending Test with SOLIDWORKS Simulation

Three-point bending tests are a common way to evaluate the structural integrity of mechanical components and ensure they meet required displacement/force criteria. A typical test setup for this type of test is shown in Figure 1 below. Figure 1 – Typical Three-Point Bending Test   Finite Element Analysis (FEA) is often used to mimic these […]

 

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