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Evaluation Design Study solidworks simulation

You specify discrete values for each variable and use sensors as constraints. The software runs the study using various combinations of the values and reports the output for each combination. This module lets you evaluate certain scenarios of your design and view their results without performing optimization. You can evaluate …

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Product Development Cycles solidworks simulation

The design process is iterative in that a design is continuously modified until it meets acceptance criteria defined by safety, cost, performance, convenience, and shape. An initial design can go through many product development cycles before mass production. A product development cycle includes: Building the model in SolidWorks Prototyping the …

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Setting the Properties of a Design Study solidworks simulation

On the Design Study tab, click Design Study Options . In the PropertyManager, under Design Study Quality, select the quality of the study. In the Results folder, specify a folder for the default location. Under Remark, type any remarks and select Include in report if needed. Click . Parent topic …

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Delete Trend Tracker Iterations solidworks simulation

You can delete individual iterations or delete the baseline to remove all iterations. If you delete the baseline, the software empties the Trend Journal and deletes the gallery images and the results from the trend graphs. To delete iterations: Right-click Trend Tracker and select Delete Iteration. Select Iteration <n> to …

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Trend Tracker Overview solidworks simulation

Trend Tracker helps you detect trends in results from different iterations of a static study. Results are presented in a manner that compares a baseline to subsequent iterations. Highlights include: A Trend Journal lists details about the baseline and every iteration. Graphs show the trend in important result quantities. View …

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Nonlinear – Solution solidworks simulation

The Solution tab in the Nonlinear dialog box sets solution related options. The following are the options you can set on this tab. Stepping Options Time information is associated with the definition of time curves for loads and boundary conditions. Time is a pseudo variable for static problems without creep, …

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Convergence Graph PropertyManager solidworks simulation

The Convergence Graph PropertyManager sets the components to be plotted after a successful run of a static study using the p-adaptive method. You can select any number of options. The horizontal axis is the number of loops. The vertical axis is normalized to unity if multiple graphs are selected. Options …

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Body from Deformed Shape solidworks simulation

You can save the true deformed shape of a part or assembly resulting from running a static or nonlinear study. You can save the deformed geometry as a new configuration or a new document. Use the generated geometry for simulation or manufacturing purposes. This functionality works for solid, shell, and …

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Adaptive Methods solidworks simulation

Adaptive methods are based on error estimation. There are mainly two methods to improve the accuracy of the results of static studies: The H-Method The concept of the h-method is to use smaller elements in regions with high errors. After running the study and estimating errors, the software automatically refines …

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Export Options – NASTRAN solidworks simulation

Offsets Node Offset Sets the node offset. The lowest node label in the generated file will be the specified node offset + 1. Element Offset Sets the element offset. The lowest element label in the generated file will be the specified element offset + 1. Format Short Free Short form, …

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