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This session will cover concepts behind Solid Edge’s simulation capabilities, that which is included in standard Solid Edge along with the advanced features available with Solid Edge Premium. This ...

This session will cover concepts behind Solid Edge’s simulation capabilities, that which is included in standard Solid Edge along with the advanced features available with Solid Edge Premium. This session is targeted toward designers and engineers who need an overview of simulation functionality. Key topics will include simulation options, setting up simulation studies, model preparation, the application of boundary conditions including forces and constraints, meshing, solving, and examining results. Additional topics will include the new features available in Solid Edge ST5. Examples of various component types will be presented and will include “thick” parts, sheet metal parts, and assemblies. Anyone interested in learning about Solid Edge’s engineering analysis capabilities should attend this session.

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    #SEU12 - 406   getting the most out of solid edge simulation - madison rye #SEU12 - 406 getting the most out of solid edge simulation - madison rye Presentation Transcript

    • SOLID EDGE UNIVERSITYGetting the most out of Solid Edge Simulation June 12, 2012 Madison Rye – Application Engineering Manager madison.rye@allyplm.com
    • Ally PLM Solutions• HQ: Cincinnati• Software – Design – Manufacturing Pittsburgh – Analysis Cincinnati Philadelphia St. Louis – Data Management• Services – Training – Support – Mentoring
    • Agenda• Intro• Analysis Steps• Structural Demo• Modal Demo• Thermal Demo• Results Validation/Verification
    • Scalable Simulation capabilities Full range of applications for all user levels Femap  CAD independent Solid Edge Simulation  System simulation  Embedded in Solid Edge  Statics, Modal, Buckling, Dynamics, Heat transfer, non- Solid Edge  Part / Assembly validation linear, more... Simulation Express  Statics / Modal / Buckling  Solver independent, NX Nastran Solver NX NastranUser  Embedded in Solid Edge  Multi-discipline engineer  Multi-discipline engineer,  Part validation  Analyst  Statics / Modal  NX Nastran Solver  Multi-discipline engineer Problem Complexity
    • Simulation Steps• Problem description• Simplification• Preprocessing• Solving• Post-Processing• Results verification
    • Vision for Solid EdgeSimulation• Design Engineer • Someone that splits time between Design and Analysis • Not a dedicated analyst – this is the domain of Femap • Often the “super designer” being asked to do more, faster• Geometry Focused – Designers work with geometry, not nodes• Process Oriented – Wizards or commands that step you through• Synchronous – Easy geometry modification for analysis• Built in Solver – SE Simulation uses NX Nastran
    • Benefits of Simulation• Integrated with Solid Edge• Familiar user interface backed by Femap Technology• Assembly Support• Full Complement of Loads and Constraints• Seamlessly Upgradeable from SE Simulation  Femap• Custom Control of NX Nastran Solve• Extensive Post Processing and Report Generation• Easy Geometry modification using Synchronous modeling• Linear Statics, Modal, Buckling• Tetrahedral and Surface elements• Mesh Control
    • New in ST5 Simulation• Total Load Option• Reduce Time for Processing Results• United Bodies supports Manifold Topology• Meshing Improvements Integration• Display Mesh Size• Beam Support of Curved Frames• Results Display of Mixed and Shell Elements• Results “Show” Group• Plate Thickness
    • New in ST5 Simulation• Steady State Heat Transfer Overview• Steady State/Transient• Conduction/Convection/Radiation• Pre-processing Interface• Temperature Load• Heat Flux Load• Heat Generation Load• Convection Load• Radiation Load• Iso Lines and Surfaces• Map Results from Output
    • Demos• Linear Static• Modal• Thermal
    • Summary and Questions• Use Simulation early in the design process• Reduce physical prototypes• Compare many different designs easily• Carefully consider the simplifications• Validate results