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Mesh Quality Check with SOLIDWORKS Simulation (FEA)

Posted on Apr 27, 2018 by Do Thai Quoc Dung

Creating Mesh in SOLIDWORKS Simulation is very easy. There are few parameters to control and choosing mesh element is mostly depending on the type of geometry. For example: Long Weldment structures with uniform section can be meshed as Beam Elements;...

SOLIDWORKS FEA Simulation: Creating a Mesh Quality Check

Posted on Jan 05, 2018 by seacad_admin

Creating Mesh in SOLIDWORKS Simulation is much easier with few parameters to control and choosing mesh element is mostly depending on the type of geometry. For example, Long Weldment structures with uniform section can be meshed as Beam Elements, She...

Investigating Effectiveness of your HVAC System Using SOLIDWORKS Flow Simulation

Posted on May 30, 2016 by seacad_admin

The design and installation of HVAC system is getting much more complex compared to yesterday-years. It was used to be that you choose your HVAC unit, and place it wherever you want. But with the current trend of going green and creating buildings th...

How can SOLIDWORKS Simulation Standard Help SMEs Increase Productivity?

Posted on May 16, 2016 by seacad_admin

Problem Definition Typical Prototype to Product Cycle* According to Alen Cohen, author of Prototype to Product, the major costs of Design and Development stages are from Prototyping and Testing cycles. A potential product defect might cost seve...

Evaluating the Usefulness of a Heat Sink using SOLIDWORKS Simulation

Posted on Apr 04, 2016 by seacad_admin

Heat Sink are useful tools when it comes to dissipating heat away from a heat source. Depending on the: Thermal Resistance of Materials Airflow around heatsink Fin Density Fin Spacing Width Length and many other parameters, ...

SOLIDWORKS 2016: Reduce Simulation Solving Time with Blended Curvature Mesh

Posted on Mar 14, 2016 by seacad_admin

Major improvements have been made in SOLIDWORKS Simulation 2016 meshing capabilities to help users achieve better quality and faster solving times. With the Blended Curvature Mesh, users are now able to create high definition mesh without increase th...

Improving the Design of a Heat Exchanger using SOLIDWORKS Flow Simulation

Posted on Mar 07, 2016 by seacad_admin

Heat Exchangers are important devices when we need to remove heat from a temperature sensitive area. You can find this in automation systems, locomotives, air-conditioning and many more. A typical heat exchanger looks like this: But it com...

Getting Accurate Results from
SOLIDWORKS Simulation

Posted on Feb 23, 2016 by seacad_admin

When it comes to CAD software, users are mostly interested in functionality, ease-of-use and stability. However when it comes to Simulation, the requirements are different. The main focus would be: Ease-of-use Reliability Consistency With ...

Using CFD to Optimise a LED Luminaire Design

Posted on Nov 23, 2015 by seacad_admin

For today’s post we would like to show how CFD analysis is used to help optimise the design of a LED Luminaire product. Whenever we do a simulation study, as an engineer we need to know what are: The Engineering goals – what type of result...

The Importance of Knowing the Natural Frequency of your Design

Posted on Nov 11, 2015 by seacad_admin

Following up on our last article on buckling, here is one more design consideration which is highly important but does not seem to be studies as much – and that is the Natural Frequency. Natural frequency is the frequency at which a system tends...