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SOLIDWORKS Simulation: Practice and Experimenting

Written by: Shaun Bentley, Application Engineer A feeling of anxiety swept over me in a split-second. I’d felt it before at least a thousand times. Then, I made contact with the ball and it sailed straight up in the air. … Continue reading

A Case for SOLIDWORKS Simulation: Amigo Mobility

Written by: Dave Leahy, Simulation Product Manager Product designers have a lot of pressure to complete projects on time and under budget, with a myriad of tools to invest in.

SOLIDWORKS Simulation: Missing material data? No problem!

Written by: Shaun Bentley, Application Engineer When setting up a structural simulation study, it never seems like you have ALL the information you need. Without exception, you’ll have to be content with making approximations and assumptions. Absent or unreliable material … Continue reading

Weld Stress in SOLIDWORKS Simulation

Written by: Shaun Bentley, Application Engineer How do you simulate welds in SOLIDWORKS Simulation? Many times when people ask this, they want to try to determine stresses. This is a complicated subject since there are a many approaches, each with … Continue reading

Getting it Right with SOLIDWORKS Simulation Tools

Written by: Dave Leahy, Simulation Product Manager SOLIDWORKS Structural and Flow Simulation tools are often an integral part of many of our customers’ product development processes. The unique nature of the Simulation tools from SOLIDWORKS is that engineers using them often wear … Continue reading