Linear static stress analysis of a part is a core element of the design process. This course will teach you how to set up and run a linear static stress analysis of a part. Software required: SOLIDWORKS 2016.
To complete a linear static analysis of a part in SOLIDWORKS Simulation, many steps need to be followed. In this course, SOLIDWORKS Simulation - Linear Static Part Analysis, you will be guided through each of these steps to ensure accuracy from start to finish. First, you'll see the basics of Finite Element Analysis. Then, you will learn the standard options and settings within Simulation. From there, you will complete the setup of materials, fixtures, loads, and mesh. After you run the analysis, you will interpret the results and finally refine the mesh and reach convergence. After completing this course, setting up and running a linear static stress analysis on a part will be much easier and you'll be prepared to do it on your own in the future. Software required: SOLIDWORKS 2016.
Corey Bower is Simulation Manager at GoEngineer, which delivers software, technology, and expertise that enable companies to unlock design innovation and deliver better products faster. A mechanical engineer by training, he has been using SOLIDWORKS for over 10 years.
Course Overview Hello. My name is Corey Bower. Welcome to my course SOLIDWORKS Simulation - Linear Static Part Analysis. I am an elite application engineer at GoEngineer who is a SOLIDWORKS reseller that sells to and supports customers on the west coast, south central United States, and the Rocky Mountain area. As an application engineer, I teach, support, and demonstrate SOLIDWORKS, SOLIDWORKS simulation, and many other SOLIDWORKS add-ons. In this course, we will complete all of the steps necessary for a linear static part analysis. Major topics we will learn are the setup, which includes materials, fixtures, loads, and mesh. We will look at results, which includes plots, plot tools, measured results, and output options. We will look at mesh refinement and convergence, which includes global mesh refinement, local mesh refinement, and stress singularities. By the end of this course, you will be able to set up and run linear static part analysis. Before beginning this course, you should be comfortable with the SOLIDWORKS interface and FEA basics. I hope you will join me on this journey with SOLIDWORKS Simulation - Linear Static Part Analysis at Pluralsight.