Webinar Wednesday 9/20/2017 - If you do complex analysis and find yourself pushing the capabilities in SOLIDWORKS Simulation, then it may be time to consider SIMULIA Abaqus. SIMULIA Abaqus is a tool best suited for intricate analysis with advanced physics. In this webinar, Ryan Magruder, Analysis Services Engineer, will demonstrate several workflows that allow a current user of SOLIDWORKS Simulation to quickly and easily make the transition to Abaqus. By using the SOLIDWORKS Associative Interface, Ryan will demonstrate how to export your existing Simulation studies to Abaqus. You’ll gain valuable insights into which analysis tool is best suited for your needs.
Do you currently run linear static studies and have you ever asked whether it is necessary to run a non-linear study? Are you ready to run a non-linear study but not sure what additional capabilities you get with that study type? Join this webinar for a deeper look at non-linear analysis scenarios and learn how SOLIDWORKS Simulation Premium and SIMULIA Abaqus can help better simulate real life scenarios to attain more realistic and accurate results.
For engineers and analysts looking for the ultimate in analysis tools the SIMULIA brand, and its flagship product Abaqus have long been synonymous with power, quality, and being able to solve tough analysis problems. For anyone running into the limitations of their current analysis software, SIMULIA Abaqus is the logical choice to take the next step.
The SOLIDWORKS Associative Interface creates a collaborative workflow between your CAD model and SIMULIA Abaqus. By showing a hose-clamp assembly example, you will see how you can import SOLIDWORKS geometry into SIMULIA Abaqus. You can perform analysis with complex contact techniques,and then update the geometry and analysis with design changes instantly with the Associative Interface.
Designing a product that does its job well is always priority number one for any engineer - but getting a product off the ground can be just as challenging. Whether you’re involved with metalforming, extrusion, or plastic injection molding, we offer a variety of tools and services with SIMULIA Abaqus and SOLIDWORKS Plastics to predict the manufacturability of your next product. Join us for a look at making sure your next product can be made the way it was dreamed up before firing up the production line.
Whether you’re designing the latest high-tech electronics or the future of private aviation, products are being tasked with surviving in ever more challenging environments. Take a look at an overview of the tools and services from Hawk Ridge Systems that can predict the thermal, fluid, or aerodynamic performance of your products in any situation, including SOLIDWORKS Simulation Professional, SOLIDWORKS Flow Simulation, and SIMULIA Abaqus.
In the world of mechanical engineering, nearly everything moves. This means that the performance of a product is dependent on how it responds to vibration, it's resiliency to damage from drop or impact, and it's likelihood to fail over time due to fatigue.
2016/05/13 - Beyond that initial question, however, there's so much more to explore, and we'll share some of these techniques during this webinar. We'll talk about strategies for using design exploration and optimization to move towards a better design, and look at how performing analysis in a tool like SIMULIA Abaqus can give you a more realistic picture of complex situations.