SOLIDWORKS SimulationXpress is a first-pass analysis tool. It's included with every license of SOLIDWORKS Standard and Professional, and gives you the ability to do basic stress analysis on individual parts.
SOLIDWORKS SimulationXpress is suitable for stress analysis of simple parts, and lets you simulate the effects of force or pressure. You can even generate an HTML report and create eDrawings files to document the results. And when you're ready for more functionality, it's easy to to upgrade to the full version of SOLIDWORKS Simulation.
SOIDWORKS SimulationXpress can help you:
|Operating Systems||SOLIDWORKS 2014
|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|
|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|
|Internet Explorer||IE 8,9,10,11||IE 9,10,11||IE 10,11|
|Excel and Word||2007, 2010, 2013||2010, 2013||2010, 2013|
|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|
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