Simulation Month

September is Simulation Month

simulation design

Welcome to Simulation Month!

We cover introductory design analysis concepts, to in-depth application demonstrations from our customers. Broadly, these Simulation focus areas are represented: structural, flow or fluid, plastics, material, and motion. Simulating your product designs allows us to optimize performance for the real world. We want you to have the best products on the market, and to cut down on physical prototypes and rework at the same time!

Power Hours

Free, advanced training topics to enhance your skills.

September 28  – Quick Start to Structural Engineer – Register 

September 30 – Simulation for 3D Printing – Register



Explore new simulation topics that may interest you in a free webinar.

September 29 – Topology Optimization – Register


Target Your Specific Needs with CFD Analysis

SOLIDWORKS Flow example - air

Our Simulation Engineering Consulting team specializes in forms of CFD testing.

With our CFD analysis capabilities, we can simulate liquid and gas flow in real world conditions, run “what if” scenarios, and quickly analyze the effects of fluid flow, heat transfer, and related forces on immersed or surrounding components.

Fluids of interest for analysis range from air, water, liquid chemicals, and gases, to others such as plastic melts.

Our CFD Analysis can target your specific needs through a variety of techniques using SOLIDWORKS Simulation, SIMULIA, and/or Abaqus software. Our team of Simulation Design Engineers save time and can share a wide range of experience and apply it to your product design. Areas of expertise range from:

  • Radiation heat transfer analysis between different temperature surfaces. Need solar radiation calculated? Our experts can help. Need conduction and convection heat transfer? We're here to assist.
  • Internal flow analysis of liquids and gases through common elements such as valves, regulators, and ducts.
  • Rotating reference frame analysis for understanding complex rotational flows inside turbo machinery.

Advanced Validation Testing & Tools

GSC offers comprehensive and sophisticated Finite Element Analysis (FEA) to improve your products by:

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  • Studying the performance of your designs for excessive deflections and stresses under dynamic loads.
  • Performing nonlinear analysis, including impact, on plastics, rubbers, polymers, and foam.
  • Conducting contact analysis coupled with nonlinear materials.
  • Evaluating the behavior of composite materials.