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Report Options solidworks simulation

Report formats Select a report format. The report formats are customized to the study type. You cannot add new formats to the list. The available formats are: Static Study Format Frequency Study Format Buckling Study Format Thermal Study Format Design Study Format Non-Linear Study Format Drop Test Study Format Fatigue …

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Defining a Simulation Data Sensor solidworks simulation

You define sensors to monitor result quantities at a set of locations, mass properties of components or bodies, interferences between components for assemblies, and dimensions. To define a Simulation Data sensor: In the FeatureManager design tree, right-click Sensors  and select Add Sensor. In the PropertyManager, under Sensor Type , select …

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Section PropertyManager solidworks simulation

The Section PropertyManager allows you to create section views for the displayed result. You define the following sections: Planar sections using any reference plane. Cylindrical sections using a reference axis or a plane. Spherical sections using a reference point, a 3D point, or a vertex. The Section PropertyManager allows you …

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Stress Averaging Across Common Part Boundaries

You can activate or deactivate the averaging of nodal stress results across common part boundaries. To turn the result averaging on/off for a plot: Plot the stress desired result. In the Simulation study tree, right-click the plot icon and select Edit Definition. The Stress Plot PropertyManager of the plot appears. …

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Displacement Plot PropertyManager solidworks simulation

Displacement Plot PropertyManager The Displacement Plot PropertyManager allows you to plot displacement and reaction force results for static, nonlinear, dynamic, drop test studies, or mode shapes for bucking and frequency studies. To display this PropertyManager, run a static, nonlinear, dynamic study, or drop test study. Right-click Results and select Define …

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