SOLIDWORKS Simulation Standard
Fully integrated with SOLIDWORKS CAD software, SOLIDWORKS Simulation Standard provides powerful tools that expand the capabilities of SolidWorks. Virtual Simulation is not only for specialists and final validation. Now it’s an integrated design tool for all product engineers in all industries. Discover the intuitive power of SOLIDWORKS Simulation Standard to support your everyday engineering process. Add SOLIDWORKS Simulation to your productivity tools.
- Linear static analysis for assembly
- Time-based motion simulation
- Fatigue analysis (to test product durability)
- The Trend Tracker Productivity Tool (provides visual feedback on the impact of a design change on performance criteria, such as maximum stress level)
SOLIDWORKS Simulation Standard Datasheet
SOLIDWORKS Simulation Overview
Determine early in the design process if your product will work and how long it would last. Enable every designer and engineer to simulate and analyze design performance with fast, easy-to-use SOLIDWORKS Simulation CAD-embedded analysis solutions. You can quickly and easily employ advanced simulation techniques to optimize performance while you design with capabilities that cut down on costly prototypes, eliminate rework and delays, and save you time and development costs.
Design Alternatives Virtual testing
With SOLIDWORKS Simulation, you can easily compare the performance of design configurations. The Linear static Analysis allows you to get, earlier in the design process, the stress, displacement and factor of safety distributions.
Failure Mode Fatigue
Easily carry out metal fatigue analysis on metal components with SOLIDWORKS Simulation and fatigue analysis. Evaluate the impact of cyclic loads on the structural life of a product to ensure it meets requirements for performance, quality, and safety.
Tightly integrated with SOLIDWORKS CAD, metal fatigue analysis using SOLIDWORKS Simulation can be a regular part of your design process—reducing the need for costly prototypes, eliminating rework or delays, and saving time and development costs.
Product Development is often not a linear process. Product Engineers create many design iterations to find the best one. This includes testing many different scenarios for materials, dimensions, configurations, and so on.
SOLIDWORKS Simulation offers an intuitive tool called the Trend Tracker that compares the impact of design changes on key criteria, such as maximum stress or maximum displacement, to quickly identify the best solution and shorten the product development process.