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SOLIDWORKS Fatigue Analysis

TODAY’S DESIGNERS GREATLY BENEFIT FROM SIMULATION-DRIVEN PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT

Watch the video to realise easy-to-use, and automated design simulation and analysis tools, such as those included with SOLIDWORKS® Simulation software. This short tutorial will focus on the fatigue analysis feature included in the SOLIDWORKS Simulation packages.
Fatigue Analysis – When Will It Fail?
Improving the quality of a product by extending its lifespan—or ensuring that the product will continue to perform past its warranty period—requires an understanding of when the part will wear out. With integrated fatigue analysis tools, designers can project the number of cycles, or use over time, before a specific component will wear out and fail. With this valuable information in hand, they can make design modifications to either maintain or extend the life of a part.
With SOLIDWORKS simulation solutions, you can get reliable answers to the following performance questions while you design:
• Will it break? If so, where?
• Should I add or remove material?
• Does the design have the required factor of safety?
• Can I use a less expensive material or production technique?
• Is my design stiff enough? Is it too stiff?
• Where should I add material to increase or decrease deflection/displacement?
• When will my design wear out?
• How will my assembly move?
• Will dynamic loads cause components to fail? If so, which ones?
• Is there a better form to fit my function?
• Does my design behave as intended?
 Ask the team for more information regarding adding Simulation to your product design process.

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