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The original design validation solution for SolidWorks is better than ever! Fast, powerful, and accurate design analysis within the same SolidWorks interface you already use every profeasional COSMOSWorks provides easy to use yet powerful pgofessional validation and optimization tools for designers and engineers alike.
More than 16, companies in a wide array of industries currently use COSMOS to improve design quality, avoid field failures, reduce material costs and shorten time-to-market. Compare alternative designs easily and quickly.
Study the interaction between different assembly components. Simulate real-world operating conditions. Automation tools simplify the analysis process to help you work more efficiently. Interpret analysis results with powerful and intuitive visualization tools.
After the analysis is complete, results visualization tools provide valuable insight into the performance of your cosmozworks. Collaborate and share analysis results.
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COSMOSWorks Professional offers a wide spectrum of powerful tools to help engineers who are familiar with design validation concepts to perform virtual testing and analysis of parts and assemblies.
Take your designs to the next level. Understand the effects of temperature changes. Temperature variations encountered by mechanical parts and structures can greatly influence product performance. professionzl
Evaluate natural frequencies or critical buckling loads and their corresponding mode shapes. Often overlooked, inherent vibration modes in structural components or mechanical support systems can shorten equipment life and cause unexpected failures.
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Optimize designs based on your defined criteria. Design optimization automatically determines the most optimal design based on your specified criteria. Simulate virtual drop tests on a variety of flooring surfaces. In the event that your part or coemosworks might be dropped, find out whether or not it can survive the fall intact. Study the effects of cyclic loading and fatigue operating conditions.
See the effects of fatigue on the overall lifecycle of your part or assembly to fi nd out how long it will last, and what design changes can extend its working life. See how your assemblies will move before you build them.
Using the physics-based motion simulation of COSMOSMotion, you can study part interferences and gain insight into the real-world working conditions of your SolidWorks assemblies. The complete design validation software for advanced product engineers. Nonlinear, Dynamics, and Composites. Study nonlinear large displacement behavior of your designs.
Quickly solve nonlinear problems due to large deformation and changes in boundary conditions. Analyze designs made of nonlinear materials. Nonlinear material such as rubber, silicone, or metals under high loads behave differently from standard engineering materials. Perform dynamic analysis of parts and assemblies.
Study dynamic response analysis due to time history loading, response spectra input, steady state harmonic input, and random vibration excitations. Analyze layers within composites. Composite materials are used in an increasing number of products ranging from simple consumer goods to advanced aerospace structures.
COSMOSWorks enables faster, less costly, and more optimized product development, as well as more in-depth examination of product performance than would ever be possible using even the most detailed prototypes.
Study stress, strain, and displacement in parts and assemblies. Define analysis inputs such as material, loads, and geometric dimensions using parameters.
Drag and drop to create and clone analysis studies. Bond components with clearances or gaps, without modification.
Identify contact forces, stresses, and friction for parts that may come into contact during operation. Apply bearing loads, forces, pressures, and torque. Transfer forces and restraints from remote locations to parts or assemblies. Simulate the effects of gravity forces or forces due to rotation centrifugal force. Mesh both parts and assemblies with custom meshing tools such as mesh transitioning and local mesh controls and mesh failure diagnostics tools.
Study the distribution of result quantities with 3D contour plots including stress, strain, deformed shape, displacement, energy, error, strain energy, density, and reaction force.
Determine the factor of safety using the Design Check Wizard. Study conduction, convection, and radiation heat transfer. Support isotropic, orthotropic, and temperature-dependent material properties.
Study isotropic and orthotropic material behavior. Measure inplane effects on stiffness. Loads for buckling and inplane stiffening include: Base constraint criteria on static, thermal, frequency, or buckling analysis.
Base objective criteria on dimensions, mass, or volume. Simulate the impact onto various rigid and flexible flooring surfaces, profssional as concrete, carpet, and hard wood. See the interactions between various parts in an assembly after impact. Use rainflow charts to help determine the effects of small stress cycles in loading history and possible effects of infi nite life.
Import load history data from real physical tests to define loading events. Determine power consumption and how contacting parts behave.
Lay out linkages, develop cams, and understand gear drives. Transition easily from linear to nonlinear analysis.
Study nonlinear buckling such as snap-through buckling of diaphragms, switchblades, or soda cans. Optimize design with hyperelastic materials such as rubber, silicone, and elastomers. Conduct elastoplastic analysis to study onset of yield as well as post-yield analysis in your designs.
Include creep effects and material changes with temperature. Utilize uniform and multibase motion systems that allow you to model structures with nonuniform support excitations. Input power spectral density PSD of excitation curves of cosmoswotks in random vibration analysis.
Study stress, displacement, velocity, acceleration with time study RMS protessional PSD values for stress, displacement, velocity, and acceleration. Study tri- quad- and solid multilayer shell elements with membrane and bending professioal. Each layer can have its own isotropic or orthotropic material properties, thickness, and orientation. Utilize sandwich and graphite or carbon fiber composites such as honeycomb, cellular foams, carbon fiber. Send to a friend.
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