SolidWorks Simulation Premium
von SolidWorks4.4/5 37 Bewertungen
Durchschnittliche Bewertung37 Bewertungen
- Gesamt 4.4/5
- Benutzerfreundlichkeit 4.2/5
- Kundenservice 4.2/5
- Funktionen 4.2/5
- Preis-Leistungs-Verhältnis 4.4/5
- Startpreis 7.995,00 $/einmalig
- Kostenlose Version Nein
- Gratis Testen Ja
Installiert - Mac
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Installiert - Windows
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- Gegründet 1993
Über SolidWorks Simulation Premium
Ein leistungsfähiges Toolset zur Simulation nichtlinearer und dynamischer Reaktionen sowie von Verbundwerkstoffen.
SolidWorks Simulation Premium Funktionen
- Agentenbasierte Modellierung
- Branchenspezifische Datenbank
- Direkte Manipulation
- Diskrete Event-Modellierung
- Dynamische Modellierung
- Grafische Modellierung
- Kontinuierliche Modellierung
- Stochastische Modellierung
Die hilfreichsten Reviews für SolidWorks Simulation Premium
Bewertet am 7.8.2019
Great analysis tool
Kommentare: We use the simulation add-in to solve problems in designing turbo-machinery. It is an effective tool to solve natural frequency resonance, structural, flow, and thermal problems in our machine designs.
Vorteile: One stop shop for modeling and analysis. Very intuitive and quick to learn.
Nachteile: Older versions had limited meshing capability. This has gotten better, but still could be improved.
Bewertet am 19.9.2019
Easy to Use - Increased Productivity
Vorteile: The User Interface of Solidworks makes it easier to use in an efficient way that results in increased productivity. I use task scheduler to schedule the drawing generation task this helps to export drawings in various formats which otherwise is a labors task. Predefined templates and equations in Solidworks have saved my time when it comes to changing the configuration or revision of the product.
Nachteile: Solidworks consume a good amount of memory when loading larger machine assemblies which cause it to crash or work slow.
Bewertet am 13.3.2019
Excellent package for Designers, inadequate for Pro users
Kommentare: Overall, if you are new or have limited FEA experience, you will be happy with it. It's good value for money for most applications and companies.
I have been using SW Simulation package for over 10 years now and have used it wide variety of simulations (Static, Dynamic, Linear, Non-Linear, Random Fatigue, Thermal Cycle Fatigue). Pros:
1. Integration with SW CAD enables you to make quick changes and run what-if scenarios
2. Easy for entry-level MEs or Designers to understand and use
3. Tutorials are well written
4. Works 90% of the time with default settings so MEs can focus on the design instead of sim settings and parameters
1. Not able to scale with hardware. eg you dont gain any improvement in solution time even if you use HPCs
2. Non-linear solver i snot as robust as other packages such as Abaqus or Ansys
3. Does not have low cycle fatigue capability
4. Does not have viscoeplastic material model
5. Does not have gasket element
6. Errors are difficult to understand and debug
Bewertet am 6.11.2019
One of the best modelling tools and analysis software available
Kommentare: Its a great tool and i've used it for creating airoifl models for various analysis and also for creating models for 3D printing and also the FEM solver package
Vorteile: THe fact that a new user can accustom to it easily and develop cad models which are useful for various purposes. The new analysis feature are also good for preliminary design studies. I use it for 3D priitnig model creation as well
Nachteile: The FEM package isn't very competitive yet compared to ansys mechanical which has exixted for several years.
Bewertet am 12.6.2017
Basically all simulation tools are garbage in- garbage out unless you fully understood the problem
Kommentare: I am using this tool for research purpose as well as solving the daily problems
Vorteile: It is embedded with CAD so it is relatively easier to use. If you understand the theory of the problem you want to solve : the results that you get from SolidWorks simulation tools are as equivalent to other tools like NASTRAN, ANSYS etc. I am the advanced lead engineer at GE transportation and use this tools for vibration analysis, fatigue analysis and static analysis. I solved the real vibration problem using this tool. I am the expert in the vibration analysis theory so for me using SolidWorks is easier, less time consuming than other software like ANSYS, ABAQUS and NASTRAN. I have used ANSYS and NASTRAN in the past but I like SolidWorks Simulation most because you can easily edit the geometry in SolidWorks. Basically the only weak part of SolidWorks Simulation is mesh optimization , it doesn't have that much as it just use tetrahedral element for solid meshing but you need to be aware that mesh optimization is not only the thing through which you get the results what you want. You need to fully understand the problem and only use the simulation as a solver. For example you need to the literature survey and define the problem and data related to the problem first.
Nachteile: I think SolidWorks has less strength in fatigue analysis. It has only the stress life approach and it will calculate the fatigue life based on the entered SN Curve. The other problem is: it has just a 5000 data point limit. You cannot enter more than 5000 data input curve for any analysis . It might be the huge problem. For example, if you have a signal of 5 sec time series and the signal is sampled at 1khz , you cannot enter more than 0.5sec time series that might be the issue for analyst . It would be great if they increase the input data limit and especially if they work more in the contact issue in the linear dynamic analysis. They should introduce bolt connector , no penetration/penetration contact , interference fit contact , sliding contact in the dynamic analysis . These contacts are really creating the inferiority of the software as compared to other tools like ANSYS and ABAQUS. The other thing I don't like about this software is they don't have frequency response function tool. If you want to correlate your experimental data with the simulation tool you need to have a frequency response function as FRF is the first measured quantity from the experiment. Try not to be confuse FRF with harmonic response analysis . FRF is ratio of output to input in frequency domain whereas harmonic analysis in SolidWorks is just the maximum amplitude response at the excitation frequencies range.