Well, it has been a rather rough winter here in the midwest. I'm sure most of you out there would like to see winter go away peacefully. Today, the first day of spring, we reached a high temperature of 22 degrees Fahrenheit. If you are like me, you are ready for a break in the cold and a chance to fire up the Weber Grill for a good old fashion BBQ. What does this have to do with SolidWorks you ask?
the effect of dynamic factors like temperature, heat sources and air flow is
critical to your product design. Watch
as we apply SOLIDWORKS Simulation to a very real-world problem: how long will
your brew stay cold at an afternoon barbeque and in the process uncover a
potential design problem.
Computer Aided Technology, Inc.