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In dieser Webcast-Aufzeichnung erläutert Kilian Glockner, Technical Manager, Simulation Products (SOLIDWORKS), wie Sie mit den SOLIDWORKS® Simulationslösungen innovative Produkte herstellen können, indem Sie diese Sie haben hier die Möglichkeit, sich in etwa 20 Minuten kompakt über die Lösungen zur Strömungs-, Struktur- und Spritzguss-Simulation in SOLIDWORKS® zu informieren. Zudem lernen Sie dabei viele neue Features aus SOLIDWORKS® 2017 kennen.
SOLIDWORKS DEUTSCH Blog
14 days ago
Did you know that SOLIDWORKS Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) analysis for heat transfer is now as easy to perform as Finite Element Analysis (FEA)? It’s true.
SOLIDWORKS Blog
22 days ago
What is a “Vortex Across a Pressure Boundary?” In Flow Simulation, a vortex is a region in the fluid domain which causes a swirl in a region where there is asymmetric drag in the flow field.
SOLIDWORKS Tech Blog
1 month ago
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.
SOLIDWORKS Tech Blog
1 month ago
Understand how contacts can be used when analyzing the natural vibration of assembly structures. Analyze the mode shapes, which correspond to resonant frequencies, in an assembly. Test various contact conditions to analyze structure stiffness.
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1 month ago
Unless you’ve been living under a rock (or maybe in your parent’s basement), you can’t help but notice the incredible boom within the North American craft brewing industry. I was curious so I performed a simple search using www.brewerymap.com, and found that there are 249 breweries within 100 miles of our SOLIDWORKS headquarters in Waltham, Massachusetts. That’s amazing!
SOLIDWORKS Blog
1 month ago
“Sure my car is fast but is it really fast enough?”.
SOLIDWORKS Tech Blog
1 month ago
Have you ever wanted to make your model move but were not sure how to do it? This is part two of our three part series about how to do just that in SOLIDWORKS. SOLIDWORKS has many built in design tools that capture or use motion to create technical design data for documentation purposes and so you can share your findings as a proof of concept.
SOLIDWORKS Tech Blog
2 months ago
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 introduce us to nonlinear analysis. First, we will briefly discuss the differences between linear and a nonlinear systems and then, we will learn about the different shades of nonlinearity in structural analysis with demonstration examples.
SOLIDWORKS Tech Blog
2 months ago
Flow Simulation is a powerful tool for evaluating the thermal performance of any engineering design, whether you are heat treating metal, cooling down electronics, or keeping your engine at the optimum temperature the flow of fluids to transfer heat is easy to calculate with this easy to use SOLIDWORKS solution. In this example we’ll be testing a common problem in my household, bringing room temperature beer down to a drinkable temperature as quickly as possible. This video takes you through the
SOLIDWORKS Tech Blog
2 months ago
At SOLIDWORKS World we announced the imminent launch of Simulation Engineer, a new structural analysis solution from our sister brand SIMULIA. And I was asked at the event why we need a new structural analysis solution, when we already have a very good solution with the SOLIDWORKS Simulation suite of tools. To answer this, I am going to have to take a step back
SOLIDWORKS Blog
2 months ago
At SOLIDWORKS, not only do we focus on creating great products, but we invest significant time understanding and nurturing engineering and product ecosystems. SOLIDWORKS ecosystems take the complex interactions between several disciplines such as design (MCAD and ECAD), manufacturing, service, quality, supply chain, marketing, inventory, and end customers into account to deliver best-in-class and easy-to-use process solutions impacting business outcomes for our end customers. We build ecosystems
SOLIDWORKS Blog
2 months ago
Wollten Sie nicht schon immer eine statische Studie mit wenigen Klicks in eine nicht-lineare Studie kopieren, um zum Beispiel das plastische Verhalten zu analysieren? Sehen Sie hierzu unser Video:
SOLIDWORKS DEUTSCH Blog
3 months ago
SOLIDWORKS 2017 Enhancements SOLIDWORKS 2017 is here and it’s packed with great enhancements making the use of SOLIDWORKS easier and more enjoyable. Here are my top 3 favorite functionalities in the Analysis tools.
SOLIDWORKS Tech Blog
3 months ago
Running a fatigue analysis is a growing trend in mechanical parts and assemblies. You must already familiar with stress analysis, as it is the basis for fatigue analysis. Stress or strain information from a stress analysis is the basis for predicting how many lifecycles a component will last. While this can be done by hand, using FEA or hybrid methods produce the best results.
SOLIDWORKS Tech Blog
3 months ago
Will it float? (And if so, how deep?) Last month, I built a six-metre rowing boat in SOLIDWORKS.
SOLIDWORKS Tech Blog
3 months ago
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 introduce us to fatigue. This episode provides an introduction to the topic of fatigue failure, and how it can help predict the durability of designs.
SOLIDWORKS Tech Blog
3 months ago
With all the joys and excitement surrounding the holidays, we often forget the hard work and long hours that go into the delivery of our Christmas gifts. With the help of SOLIDWORKS Motion Analysis, (available with SOLIDWORKS Premium) we can simulate the production line of Santa’s workshop and observe the elves at work. Creating the conveyor belt:
SOLIDWORKS Tech Blog
4 months ago
With every SOLIDWORKS installation, there are a set of additional tools that get installed along with the software that can be very useful. Most of you may not have known any of these tools existed unless you’ve been introduced to it, or discovered it while digging through the SOLIDWORKS installation folders, and who would do that? The tool I want to introduce today is the SOLIDWORKS Simulation Cleaning utility, which is found in the default installation directory: C:Program FilesSOLIDWORKS
SOLIDWORKS Tech Blog
4 months ago
Author: Scott Durksen, CSWE Javelin Technologies SOLIDWORKS Simulation 2017 introduces Offloaded Simulation, where you can solve a study on another computer to free up resources on your machine for parallel tasks. The equation solving tasks (not meshing) are run on another computer connected on the same network domain.
SOLIDWORKS Tech Blog
4 months ago
Have you ever wanted to make your model move but were not sure how to do it? As a young aspiring engineer I wanted to make stuff move, which is why I didn’t get a civil engineering degree (they might not think motion is awesome there). As mechanical engineers we need our designs to move and sometimes, we need to communicate how that happens to individuals who are not as savvy at the science behind the motion.
SOLIDWORKS Tech Blog
4 months ago
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 the importance and basic concepts of linear (Euler) buckling. The eigenvalue problem is presented, together with some comments about the interface of a buckling study within SOLIDWORKS simulation.
SOLIDWORKS Tech Blog
4 months ago
This December, the irresistible force meets the immovable object. It’s the clash of the titans; the war to settle the score. It’s Kaiju vs. Mech in a winner-take-all battle pitting a massive monster head to head against a giant machine
SOLIDWORKS Blog
4 months ago
Written by Shaun Bentley, Application Engineer @ DASI Solutions Sometimes when you mesh your model (particularly imported geometry) the mesh can look pretty strange or might even fail. Sometimes these problems can stem from the natural u-v curves of complex surfaces.
SOLIDWORKS Tech Blog
4 months ago