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Welcome back to the SOLIDWORKS Simulation Step-Up series! Over the next few weeks, we’ll be discussing all things SOLIDWORKS Simulation. Today, the North America SOLIDWORKS Simulation experts will discuss thermal analysis.

Thermal simulation specialist, Joe Galliera, is often asked which SOLIDWORKS software tool is best to use for Thermal analysis.  After a detailed description about all of the three types of heat transfer, Conduction, Convection and Radiation, he uses an example model to explain the differences between Simulation Professional and Flow Simulation, and finally summarizes everything in answering this burning question.

We’ll hear from the team every few weeks over the next couple of months – they’ll share their expert perspectives and experience on topics such as shell strategies, tools for productivity, and analyzing reports.

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thermal analysis

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