SOLIDWORKS World 2010 : Making sense of Pretty Pictures ?
This year SOLIDWORKS World user conference will be held in Anaheim, CA. Every year thousands of users from across the globe assemble to showcase their skills, pick a few tricks and get a bearing on next wave of technology. Computer Aided Technology has been an active participant since inception of SOLIDWORKS World. This year I will be presenting a topic "Making Sense of Pretty Pictures in SOLIDWORKS Simulation".
So how did I decide on the topic: Listening to questions on support and interacting with customers in training sessions, it became obvious there was a dire need to understand outputs from SOLIDWORKS Simulation. Any Simulation walks through three primary stages; defining material, understanding boundary conditions and finally co-relating results to design improvements. Many a times, the last step could get confusing and may lead to user spending tons of time mulling over charts and pictures. This would be counterproductive, thus defeating the very goal of simulation : " Reduce Design Cycle time".
In this presentation, I walk through strategies to understand results, steps taken to catch errors early and finally unwrap misnomers generated about simulation. Attendees will have a deeper understanding of concepts, and will walk away with rules to make every simulation successful.
When : Wednesday, Feb 3rd
Where : Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, California. Room 212 A
Time : 1.30 pm – 2.30 pm
Product Manager – Design Validation
Computer Aided Technology Inc.