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Direct Sparse.

Intel direct sparse.

Large problem direct sparse.

Intel network sparse.

1. Standard mesh.

2. Curvature based mesh.

3. Blended curvature based mesh.

For both draft and higher order elements.

Type of motors available in SolidWorks Motion analysis.

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Distance motor.

Oscillating motor.

Segment motor.

Data point motor.

Expression motor.

Servo motor.

Buckling: A buckling study calculates a load factor multiplier for axial loads to predict when

the actual loads will cause sudden, large catastrophic transverse displacements. Slender

structures subject to mainly axial loads can fail due to buckling at load levels far lower

than those required to cause material failure.

Drop Test: Drop test studies evaluate the impact effect of dropping the design on a rigid floor.

You can specify the dropping distance or the velocity at the time of impact in addition to

gravity. The model supplies the mass, damping, and stiffness matrices in terms of the

displacements, and forces. The program solves a dynamic problem as a function of time

using explicit time integration methods. After the analysis is completed, you can plot

and graph the time history of the displacements, velocities, accelerations, strains, and

stresses.

Dynamic Analysis: These types of study assume that the materials are linear and that the

loadings are either time-dependent, frequency dependent or defined by limiting spectra.

Mass and inertia effects are included and damping is available. The options in SW

Simulation are Drop Test (also known as Direct Time History Analysis), Modal Time

History Analysis (Mode Superposition Analysis), Harmonic Analysis (Harmonic Response

Analysis, and Random Vibration Analysis (Response Spectra Analysis). The last three

analysis types require a Frequency Analysis to be completed to supply the eigenvalues

(natural frequencies) and eigenvectors (mode shapes) needed as inputs.

Fatigue: Fatigue studies evaluate the consumed life of an object based on a very large

number of fatigue events (cycles). Repeated loading weakens materials over time even

when the induced stresses are low. The number of cycles required for failure depends

on the material and the stress fluctuations. Those data are provided by the material S-N

curve, which depicts the number of cycles that cause failure for different stress levels.

Frequency: A body tends to vibrate at natural, or resonant, frequencies. For each natural

frequency, the body takes a certain shape called the mode shape. Frequency analysis

calculates the natural frequencies and their associated mode shapes. The mode shapes

can be animated for each selected frequency.

Harmonic Analysis: Harmonic response analysis is a steady state solution due to harmonic

loads of known amplitude and frequency. That is, and

the linear system becomes

which is solved for and its associated strains and stresses.

Optimisation: Optimisation studies automate the search for a local optimum design based

on an initial geometric design and analysis state. Optimisation studies require the

definition of an objective, design variables, and behaviour constraints.

Modal Time History: This solves the matrix equations of motion, the assembled loadings,

modal transformation, to generalized-DOF; this gives diagonal matrix system which is

integrated analytically for a typical time step. When the time history is completed, the

physical displacements are recovered. The strains and stresses are obtained from the

displacements at each time.

Pressure Vessel Design: The results of multiple static studies are combined with the

desired load factors. This study combines the results algebraically using a linear

combination or the square root of the sum of the squares.

Random Vibration: The loads are described statistically by power spectral density (PSD)

functions. After running the study, you can plot root-mean-square (RMS) values, or PSD

results of stresses, displacements, velocities, etc. at a specific frequency or graph

results at specific locations versus frequency values.

Static: Static (or Stress) studies calculate displacements, reaction forces, strains, stresses,

failure criterion, a factor of safety, and error estimates. Available loading conditions

include point, line, surface, acceleration (volume) and thermal loads are available.

Elastic orthotropic materials are available.

Thermal: Thermal studies calculate temperatures, temperature gradients, heat flux, and total

heat flow based on internal heat generation, conduction, convection, contact resistance

and radiation conditions. Thermal orthotropic materials are available.

Transient Thermal: The time-dependent thermal study is defined by where M is the

specific heat matrix (also called the thermal mass matrix), K is the conduction and

convection matrix, and Q is the combined nodal heat flow vector due to internal

sources, convection, radiation, and given heat flux. Given the initial conditions, and

boundary conditions the system is time integrated for the model temperatures.

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Angular acceleration

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Orthotropic materials

Angular velocity

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p-adaptive analyses

Assembly analysis

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h-adaptive analyses

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Plot customization

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Principal stresses

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Deformation plot

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Directional restraints

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Remote mass

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Displacement plots

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Stress analysis

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Symmetry restraints

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Frequency analyses

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Temperature distribution

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Heat sources

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An alternate curvature-based Mesher is available. The new Mesher uses improved algorithms

that provide a high-quality surface mesh.

The Global component contact algorithm is enhanced to detect non-touching edges of shells

within a maximum gap distance.

Bolt and pin connectors can start and end on the same body.

You can control independently the maximum and minimum values of Simulation results in

contour plots (automatic or defined status). You can pick a colour that is different from the

default colour range to display results that fall outside the customized limits you define.

You can analyse the contacts and boundary conditions of bodies to verify that bodies are

sufficiently constrained. You can view animations of the model based on the active degrees of

freedom, and identify bodies that are under constrained before you run a simulation.

For linear dynamic studies, you can plot response graphs at the centre of gravity of a body that

is treated as a remote mass, or at a point where you apply a remote load or remote mass.

Equation-driven Results

You can create new Simulation result plots that are defined with equations using standard

mathematical functions of existing result variables.

Error messages issued by the solver are improved with a hyperlink that directs you to the right

solution article in the SOLIDWORKS Knowledge base.

You can activate and deactivate prescribed displacements at selected time steps in nonlinear

studies.

You can select the paper size to print a Simulation report.

The mesh sectioning tool lets you section the mesh and view internal mesh elements in

Simulation studies.

When you make design changes to structural members that mesh with beam elements, you do

not need to recalculate the existing definitions of beam joints in a Simulation study. The

program automatically updates the beam joints when you switch to the Simulation study tab.

You can copy a static study to a new linear dynamic study or nonlinear study. Only supported

boundary conditions are transferred to the new study.

The Stress Hot Spot diagnostics tool detects regions of the model that exhibit the highest

stresses.

You can display SOLIDWORKS Simulation results in the SOLIDWORKS graphics area along with

other components in the model that are not part of the simulation.

You can select multiple contact sets in a single step to modify their common properties. You can

convert multiple contact sets to a common contact type that is different from their original

settings.

You can analyse the buckling behaviour of any structure more accurately with the inclusion of

no penetration contacts between components that may come into contact during the analysis.

The software can automatically select the most robust solver for nonlinear studies.

The management of large result files from Linear Dynamic Studies is improved.

You can record operations performed with the SOLIDWORKS Simulation user interface in a

macro script.

You can calculate mass properties of all or selected bodies included in a Simulation study.

Offloaded Simulation

You can offload running a simulation to another computer connected on your local network. By

offloading a simulation, you can continue working with SOLIDWORKS in the coordinator

computer executing parallel tasks.

Several improvements in the areas of graphics, meshing, and contact formulation enhance the

overall performance of the Simulation product.

Several improvements in post processing of results and plot viewing enhance productivity.

After you run a Simulation, you can probe results at nodes identified by their node number. The

nodes you select from List Result and Probe Result Property Managers are highlighted on the

model with their annotations.

You can define remote loads, remote mass, and distributed mass over beams.

During a Simulation run, solver messages that prompt you with a choice of action automatically

time out.

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