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Exporting Isosurface Flow Regions Using SOLIDWORKS Flow Simulation

Isosurface and Flow Trajectories in a street canyon

Learn how to export Isosurface flow regions from SOLIDWORKS Flow Simulation for use in downstream modeling.

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SOLIDWORKS Simulation 2024

SOLIDWORKS Simulation 2024

Watch our video to discover what’s new for SOLIDWORKS Simulation 2024

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Basic Setup Steps for an FEA Static Simulation in SOLIDWORKS

SOLIDWORKS Simulation FEA

SOLIDWORKS Simulation is a powerful finite element analysis (FEA) tool used to validate designs before they are manufactured. Learn how to activate the add-in.

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Creating Multiple Bolt Connectors in SOLIDWORKS Simulation

Multiple Bolt Connectors

SOLIDWORKS Simulation Bolt Connectors are a great way to simplify your FEA studies for faster run times. Rather than having physical bolt geometry to mesh and interact with surrounding parts, a Simulation Bolt Connector adds…

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Mistakes to Avoid with SOLIDWORKS Flow Simulation Fan Setup

Good Mesh

Let’s take a look at a few tips that will help with the SOLIDWORKS Flow Simulation Fan setup. When defining a fan in a SOLIDWORKS Flow Simulation study here are a few of the most…

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Optimize Your Workstation Budget for Design and Engineering Applications – Simulation

Optimize your workstation budget

Learn how to optimize your SOLIDWORKS workstation budget for different CAD workflows, specifically structural and plastics simulation.

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Simulation Diagnostic Tools: What They Are and When to Use Them

There can be a lot to keep track of when setting up a simulation, and it can also be difficult to understand if the study you’re running will give you results that make sense. Thankfully,…

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Physics Fun with Jamie: Best Practices for Applying Materials

SOLIDWORKS Simulation Offload

Welcome back to “Physics Fun with Jamie”. SOLIDWORKS Finite Element Analysis (FEA) is a powerful tool for designing and analyzing products. The accurate representation of materials is an essential factor in the simulation’s success. Here…

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Physics Fun with Jamie: Setting Up a Drop Test Study

SOLIDWORKS Drop Test Study

Welcome back to “Physics Fun with Jamie”. SOLIDWORKS Finite Element Analysis (FEA) is a powerful tool for simulating the effects of a drop on a product. The software can be used to perform a drop…

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Physics Fun with Jamie: Setting Up a Design Study Analysis

Design study Analysis

Welcome back to “Physics Fun with Jamie”. A design study analysis in SOLIDWORKS FEA is a powerful tool for simulating and optimizing the performance of a product or part. It allows designers to evaluate multiple…

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Physics Fun with Jamie: Setting Up a Topology Study in SOLIDWORKS FEA

Topology Study in SOLIDWORKS FEA produces organic geometry that is optimized for its intended application

Welcome back to “Physics Fun with Jamie”. A topology study in SOLIDWORKS FEA is a powerful tool for optimizing the design of a part or assembly by determining the most efficient use of materials. It…

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What is the SOLIDWORKS Materials Web Portal?

add materials

If the stock materials library is lacking in a material you may need, and you lack the information to create a custom material for a study you’d like to conduct in SOLIDWORKS Simulation, the solution lies in…

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Physics Fun with Jamie: Best Practices for Creating Mesh

creating mesh in solidworks

Welcome back to “Physics Fun with Jamie”. Meshing is an important step in the Finite Element Analysis (FEA) process, as it affects the accuracy and efficiency of the simulation. Creating mesh requires careful consideration of…

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Physics Fun with Jamie: Best Practices for Applying Fixtures

solidworks simulation applying fixtures

Welcome back to “Physics Fun with Jamie”. SOLIDWORKS FEA is a powerful tool that allows users to simulate physical behavior of designs and analyze their performance under different loading scenarios. One of the key elements…

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Simulate Welding in SOLIDWORKS with Weld Edge Simulation

A Cantilever Model with 4 Fillet Edge Welds on the Fixed End

SOLIDWORKS simulation encompasses two types of edge welds: Fillet Weld and Groove Weld, which may be single-sided or double-sided to simulate welding. Fillet weld is a triangular welding technique utilized to connect two metal parts at a…

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SOLIDWORKS 2024 hardware

SOLIDWORKS 2024 Hardware Recommendations

TriMech has compiled this recommended SOLIDWORKS 2024 hardware guide to aid you in the process of upgrading or purchasing new hardware for SOLIDWORKS.

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Transfer Activation

IMPORTANT! Transfer Activation Prior to Upgrading to SOLIDWORKS 2024

Prior to installing SOLIDWORKS 2024, you need to transfer activation from your prior release of SOLIDWORKS to ensure it’s available to activate SOLIDWORKS 2024.

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SOLIDWORKS Packages Comparison

SOLIDWORKS Packages Comparison

What is the difference between SOLIDWORKS® Standard, Professional and Premium 3D CAD software? Learn about the features included in each of the three SOLIDWORKS offerings.

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