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How to solve complex simulations to enhance product performance

Article by Rod Mackay created/updated June 21, 2018

Solve complex simulations

Engineering successful, innovative products in today’s competitive environment requires simulation power. The ability to analyze the multifaceted physical performance characteristics of a design before making a prototype can substantially increase productivity. Companies need to solve complex simulations to efficiently overcome time, budget, and quality demands.

SOLIDWORKS® Simulation delivers powerful simulation capabilities that can solve complex analysis problems, help enhance product performance, design innovative products faster and more cost-effectively. Take a look at the latest SOLIDWORKS Simulation version below:

How do you test your products?

When it comes to choosing the best design for your project, do you:

  • Go with your gut?
  • Over-engineer it, cross your fingers and hope for the best?
  • Methodically test a series of expensive physical prototypes?

Now there is a better way.

Test your designs before you build them, with design validation tools from SOLIDWORKS.

By empowering your product teams to make better design decisions, your company can develop products faster, make fewer mistakes, and become more profitable.

Download our SOLIDWORKS Simulation guide to learn more. The guide includes:

  • Simulating the real world requires multiphysics analysis
  • Running linear and non-linear simulations
  • Understanding flow-based processes
  • How fluid flow/thermal analysis improves manufacturing
  • The impact of temperature on structures
  • Thermal/flow/structural analysis optimizes process heater design

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Rod has been using 3D CAD software for over 25 years and has trained thousands of designers to use their CAD systems more effectively. Rod is the Javelin Webmaster and is based in Ottawa, ON., Canada.

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