CWX0100-01
Simulation Standard

The full integration creates a short learning curve and eliminates the redundant tasks required with traditional analysis tools. Component materials, connections, and relationships defined during design development are fully understood for simulation. Products can be tested for strength and safety, and the kinematics fully analyzed. Further, a wide variety of geometry types are supported so you can simulate the real world performance of solid, thin-walled, and structural features.

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  • PRODUCT DETAILS
    Compare Alternatives. Determine the best design option by comparing strengths, life, cost, and weight. Perform all comparisons and design modifications within the SOLIDWORKS environment.

    Failure Prediction: Save the time and prototyping costs while creating safer, more durable products. Simulation predicts structural failure thresholds due to yielding, overheating, buckling, and fatigue.

    Simulate Repeated Loading: Simulate, evaluate, and improve a part or assembly that has to stand up to daily use. Evaluate responses to varying speeds or frequencies, and estimate the design life of your entire product.
  • SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS
    Operating Systems SOLIDWORKS 2014
    (EDU 2014-2015)
    SOLIDWORKS 2015
    (EDU 2015-2016)
    SOLIDWORKS 2016
    (EDU 2016-2017)
           
    Windows 10, 64-bit  (2015 SP5)
    Windows 8.1, 64-bit (2014 SP1)
    Windows 8.0, 64-bit
    Windows 7 SP1, 64-bit
    Windows 7 SP1, 32-bit
     
    Hardware  
    RAM 8GB or more recommended
    Disk Space 5 GB or more
    Video Card Certified cards and drivers
    Processor Intel or AMD with SSE2 support. 64-bit operating system required
    Install Media DVD Drive or Broadband Internet Connection
     
    Microsoft Products
    Internet Explorer IE 8,9,10,11 IE 9,10,11 IE 10,11
    Excel and Word 2007, 2010, 2013 2010, 2013 2010, 2013
     
    Other
    Anti-Virus Supported Anti-Virus Products
    Network Microsoft Windows networking. Novell networks and non-Windows network storage devices are not supported
    Virtual environments Supported virtual environments
  • DATASHEETS

Webcast: The Relationship Between 3D Printing and Simultion Technologies

3D printing and Computer Aided Engineering (CAE) are now common tools engineers use to conceptualize designs. This 45 minute webcast will investigate how 3D printing and simulation technologies have traditionally worked together and where they are going.



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Live Workshop: Step-by-Step Guide to Migrating SOLIDWORKS PDM

During this interactive workshop with data management experts you will learn how to avoid setbacks and come out on top when migrating from SOLIDWORKS PDM Workgroup to your new PDM environment. Whether you are moving to SOLIDWORKS PDM Standard or Professional, this workshop will give you valuable insights. You will take back to your office an actionable plan.

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