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Sustainability

Conduct life cycle assessment (LCA) on parts or assemblies directly within the design window. Search for comparable materials and see in real time how they affect environmental impact. Create detailed reports that explain a design’s sustainability.

These are just some of the functional benefits that SOLIDWORKS Sustainability brings to sustainable design. You will have one integrated system that lets you design for the environment while creating great products and still meeting deadlines.

Like all SOLIDWORKS products, SOLIDWORKS Sustainability makes a complex process easy to understand and use. Life cycle assessment becomes another fast, yet critical step in product development, giving you the information you need to make environmentally friendly engineering decisions. Sustainable design is now SOLIDWORKS simple!

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  • Product Details

    Here is a list of key features for both SOLIDWORKS Sustainability and SOLIDWORKS SustainabilityXpress that will help you design for the environment:

    Intuitive LCA Tool – Conduct comprehensive LCA analyses of parts and assemblies quickly and easily.

    Environmental Impact Dashboard – See in real time your product’s air, carbon, energy, and water impacts.

    Baseline Measurement – Capture the environmental impact of an existing product as your baseline, and then monitor in real time how your new design compares.

    Find Similar Material – Quickly search the material database for alternative materials based on their mechanical properties.

    Customizable Reports  Create impressive reports that document the improvements you have made to the environmental impact of your products.

    Integrated SOLIDWORKS User Interface – Work productively with a smart, familiar interface that lets you see environmental impacts and make changes directly in the product model.

  • 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
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