In its release, COSMOSWorks has added a number of intelligent tools to help design engineers increase the scope of design validation. Available in: Paperback. This tutorial concurrently introduces you to COSMOSWorks software and the fundamentals of Finite Element Analysis. Version list for SolidWorks COSMOSWorks Don’t be a Stranger! Sign up today to participate, stay informed, earn points and establish a reputation for.
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Difference in stress distribution when a cell phone dropped from the same height on a rigid floor A and a flexible, wooden B floor. The program now makes it possible cosmoswors analyze assemblies of thick and thin components by using a combination of solid mesh for thick bodies, and shells for thin bodies see Figures below.
They can also measure velocity and acceleration after impact—an important tool for designing electronics equipment. The mixed meshing enables accurate analysis of thick and thin components with fewer resources. The mesh automatically iterates refinements of critical areas until the solution converges.
Contributing editor Louise Elliott is a freelance writer based in California. Designing occupant friendly interiors that meet requirements in both safety and style, necessitates the extensive Discrete element method simulation software enhances particle collision analysis, spring and damper motion, fiber modeling The module supports load history data, so that loads of varying amplitude can be studied.
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Users can now also specify a flexible floor so that they can study the different effects of dropping the object on a concrete floor or a carpeted floor. Overall, the new release makes design validation easier and faster for novice and advanced users alike.
This relieves users of much of the guesswork and frustration of refining the mesh manually. New additive manufacturing systems for volume production with repeatable results. By Louise Elliott In its release, COSMOSWorks has added a number of intelligent tools to help design engineers increase the scope of design validation analyses they can perform reliably and confidently.
COSMOSWorks makes the process of shape optimization easier as well, by using a property manager rather than dialog boxes for such optimization input as objectives, design variables, and constraints. Development of an integrated tool able to optimize the geometric features of a door trim The addition of h-adaptive meshing enables the program to converge automatically to a correct solution.
Also new forthe software uses Design of Experiments DOE technology to help users find optimum design solutions. Specifically, the supports are spot welds, ground bolts, and links; the loads, or boundary conditions, consist of virtual walls and hinges. In essence, the virtual connectors, loads, and supports have the equivalent of what would be very time-consuming manual work already programmed into them.
Moreover, the software now offers an improved user interface for surface-to-surface contact meshing, as well as the ability to analyze multi-body parts, and define contact conditions between the multiple bodies.
Making Tough Problems Simpler Meshing has always been a struggle for new users of design analysis. Click on images to enlarge. The software prompts the user cosmozworks processes that used to take dedicated analysts a long time, making very complicated analyses much easier to perform.
In a new Analysis Library feature, novice users—and experts mentoring them—can create sets of loads and restraints that can be dragged from one part or assembly to another, adding automation to repetitious types of analyses, especially those specific to individual companies.
Meshing has always been a struggle for new users of design analysis. It can also now plot rainflow and damage matrix plots at cosmoswoeks location.
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In its release, COSMOSWorks has added a number of intelligent tools to help design engineers increase the scope of design validation analyses they can perform reliably comsosworks confidently. Click on image to enlarge.
COSMOSWorks contains many enhancements to make the meshing process transparent to the user, while enabling more precise analysis. Designers can check these files in and out of the vault, and archive results of analyses for multiple design revisions. By being able to account for those variations, the software can now predict how many trips the vehicle can make before a part failure.
For example, an interactive wizard, called Analysis Advisor, answers many basic analysis questions, and can walk new or occasional users through such problems as the kind of analysis to perform, what to do if a part or assembly fails to coemosworks, and how to interpret analysis results see Coemosworks below.