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Finite Element Analysis with SolidWorks

Finite Element Analysis with SolidWorks

7 July, 2010

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When designing parting in SolidWorks it is important to be able to validate your design and analyze stress concentrations in the model. This is done using a process called FEA or Finite Element Analysis. With SolidWorks this is done with an Add-In called Simulation. For users who just need to analyze single Solid Bodies they can use SimulationXpress. As a quick side note, in previous versions of SolidWorks this was referred to as COSMOS and COSMOSXpress The above video is taken directly for the SolidWorks Fundamentals by Inspirtech, a great structured learning resource for new SolidWorks users.

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