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Multibody Dynamics with SOLIDWORKS Motion
This class is specifically designed for SOLIDWORKS users intending to create better designs by performing analysis and evaluating the behavior of their products under actual service conditions.
This course will give you the foundation of skills you'll need to begin using SOLIDWORKS Motion’s powerful virtual prototyping, testing, and visualization capabilities. The basics of building, simulating, and refining a mechanical design system will be covered in the class. Topics include; four-bar linkages, catapults, cams, gears, and actuators.
Includes 1 hour of Simulation consulting.
Simulation Premium: Dynamics
This course is targeted for the users who would like to become productive in analyzing structures subjected to various types of dynamic loading. The material covered includes the time dependent analysis (force loads as well as motion shock loading examples), harmonic analysis, and random vibration analysis (MIL-STD-810G example is included).
Simulation Premium: Nonlinear
This class will raise your SOLIDWORKS Simulation FEA skills to the next level! It offers hands-on experience on the use of the SOLIDWORKS Simulation Premium non-linear module. The two-day course provides an overview on a wide range of non-linear structural/mechanical analysis topics.
You will learn how to deal with models that exhibit large displacements and/or yielding, discuss and practice the use of many material models available in SOLIDWORKS Simulation, and most importantly, how to drive a non-linear analysis to successful completion.
This course is designed to make SOLIDWORKS users productive more quickly with the SOLIDWORKS Simulation analysis package. It offers a comprehensive hands-on training on the applications of SOLIDWORKS Simulation. This class provides an in-depth coverage on the basics of Finite Element analysis, covering the entire process from meshing to evaluation of results for parts and assemblies.
It discusses linear stress analysis, heat transfer analysis, frequency analysis, and stability analysis based on linear buckling concepts. Examples of parts and assemblies including those with various gap/contact conditions are reviewed.
SOLIDWORKS Flow Simulation
This three-day, hands-on training program provides an in-depth session on the basics of turbulent fluid flow analysis in addition to covering meshing concerns, modeling concerns, analysis, post-processing, available options, and preferences.
SOLIDWORKS Motion Simulation
Designed for users who would like to become productive quickly in using SOLIDWORKS Motion. This course teaches you how to use the SOLIDWORKS Motion simulation package to study the kinematics and dynamic behavior of your SOLIDWORKS assembly models.
The course provides both essential and advanced sessions on the basics of building, simulating, and refining a mechanical design system from suspension steering systems and drive shafts to backhoes, cams, gears, and actuators.
The SOLIDWORKS Plastics course teaches you how to use specialized simulation software tools to predict how melted plastic flows during the injection molding process. Predicting how the plastic will flow enables you to predict manufacturing defects such as weld lines, air traps, short shots, and sink marks. By predicting these defects, you can change the part or mold geometry, the processing conditions, or the plastic material itself to eliminate or minimize them, saving energy, material, time, and money.
The SOLIDWORKS Plastics course covers all the features and functions of both SOLIDWORKS Plastics Professional (for part designers) and SOLIDWORKS Plastics Premium (for mold designers).
This course is designed to make SOLIDWORKS users productive more quickly with the SOLIDWORKS Simulation Bundle. It offers comprehensive hands-on training on the applications of SOLIDWORKS Simulation. This course provides an in-depth coverage on the basics of Finite Element Analysis, covering the entire analysis process from meshing to evaluation of results for parts and assemblies.
The class discusses linear stress analysis, gap/contact analysis, and best practices. All SOLIDWORKS Simulation users wishing to create better designs in SOLIDWORKS by performing analysis and evaluating the behavior of their parts and assemblies under actual service conditions will benefit from taking this class.
Stress Analysis with SOLIDWORKS Simulation
This class is specifically designed for SOLIDWORKS Simulation users intending to create better designs by performing analysis and evaluating the behavior of their products under actual service conditions. By attending this class, product designers and engineers will learn how to effectively use SOLIDWORKS Simulation software to build a finite element model, analyze the model, and interpret the results.
This class provides an in-depth coverage on the basics of Finite Element Analysis (FEA), covering the entire analysis process from meshing to evaluation of results for parts and assemblies. The course topics include mechanical basics, general pre-processing, static stress analysis, results post-processing, and best practices.
Includes 1 hour of Simulation consulting.