Static and frequency analysis of a pipe support 5. Engineering analysis with soLIDWORKS Simulation 2015 goes beyond the standard software manual. Introduction 2. A number of projects are presented using commonly used parts to illustrate the analysis features of SOLIDWORKS Simulation. Miscellaneous topics 21. Topics covered: linear static analysis of parts and assemblies contact stress analysis Frequency modal analysis Buckling analysis Thermal analysis Drop test analysis Nonlinear analysis Dynamic analysis Random vibration analysis h and p adaptive solution methods Modeling techniques Implementation of FEA in the design process Management of FEA projects FEA terminology Table of Contents 1.
Selected nonlinear problems 15. Buckling analysis of I-beam 12. Drop test 14. Implementation of FEA into the design process 22. Review of 2D problems 18. Analysis of random vibration 20 Thermal analysis of a pipe connector and heater 8. Mixed meshing problem 16. Thermal stress analysis of a bi- metal loop 11. Its unique approach concurrently introduces you to the SOLIDWORKS Simulation 2015 software and the fundamentals of Finite Element Analysis FEA through hands-on exercises.
Thermal Analysis with SOLIDWORKS Simulation 2015 and Flow Simulation 2015
Topics covered analogies between thermal and structural analysis Heat transfer by conduction Heat transfer by convection Heat transfer by radiation Thermal loads and boundary conditions Thermal resistance Thermal stresses Thermal buckling Modeling techniques in thermal analysis Presenting results of thermal analysis Table of Contents 1.
Summary and miscellaneous topics 19. Heat transfer with external fluid flow 16. Hollow plate 3. A number of projects are presented to illustrate thermal analysis and related topics. L bracket 4. Heat transfer with internal fluid flow 15. Each chapter is designed to build on the skills and understanding gained from previous exercises.
Radiation of a hemisphere 13. Radiation between two bodies 14. Nafems benchmarks 18. Thermal analysis of a Round bar 5. References 21. It concurrently introduces the reader to thermal analysis and its implementation in SOLIDWORKS Simulation using hands-on exercises. List of exercises. Hot plate 8.
An Introduction to SOLIDWORKS Flow Simulation 2015
Rayleigh-bénard Convection and Taylor-Couette Flow 6. Thermal Boundary Layer 12. Covers these feature of solidworks flow simulation 2015: animations automatic and manual meshing boundary Conditions Calculation Control Options External and Internal Flow Goals Laminar and Turbulent Flow Physical Features Result Visualizations Two and Three Dimensional Flow Velocity, Thermodynamic and Turbulence Parameters Wall Thermal Conditions Table of Contents 1.
Flat plate Boundary Layer 3. The fourteen chapters of this book are directed towards first-time to intermediate level users of SOLIDWORKS Flow Simulation. Introduction 2. The results from calculations are visualized and compared with theoretical solutions and empirical data. Heat Exchanger 9. Covered topics include airfoil flow, rotating flow, flow meters, pipe flow, heat exchanger, boundary layers, natural and forced convection, tube bank flow and valve flow.
Orifice plate and Flow Nozzle 11. An introduction to solidworks flow simulation 2015 takes you through the steps of creating the SOLIDWORKS part for the simulation followed by the setup and calculation of the SOLIDWORKS Flow Simulation project. Flow past a Model Rocket. Analysis of the Flow Past a Sphere and a Cylinder 4.
Analysis of the Flow Past an Airfoil 5.
Design Concepts for Engineers 4th Edition
Updated in response to reviewer feedback, this edition features even more design projects and increased coverage of team skills. Professors are not only able to pick and choose complete modules, but also custom-build a freshman engineering text that matches their content needs and course organization exactly! Visit http://www.
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This title is part of the ESource series. Esource–prentice hall's engineering Source – provides a comprehensive, customizable introductory engineering and computing library.
Introduction to Finite Element Analysis Using SOLIDWORKS Simulation 2015
The direct Stiffness Method 2. Fea contact Analysis 14. The primary goal of introduction to finite element analysis Using SOLIDWORKS Simulation 2015 is to introduce the aspects of Finite Element Analysis FEA that are important to engineers and designers. Table of Contents 1. Two-dimensional Surface Analysis 11.
Statically Indeterminate Structures 10 This text takes a hands-on, exercise-intensive approach to all the important FEA techniques and concepts. The primary emphasis of the text is placed on the practical concepts and procedures needed to use SOLIDWORKS Simulation in performing Linear Static Stress Analysis and basic Modal Analysis.
Truss elements in Two-Dimensional Spaces 3. Solidworks simulation Two-Dimensional Truss Analysis 6. The basic premise of this book is that the more designs you create using SOLIDWORKS Simulation, the better you learn the software. Truss elements in sOLIDWORKS Simulation 5. Basic beam Analysis 8. This textbook contains a series of fourteen tutorial style lessons designed to introduce beginning FEA users to SOLIDWORKS Simulation.
Dynamic modal Analysis Index. 2d trusses in ms excel and the Truss Solver 4.
Motion Simulation and Mechanism Design with SOLIDWORKS Motion 2016
This book covers the basic concepts and frequently used commands required to advance readers from a novice to intermediate level in using SOLIDWORKS Motion. Introduction to sOLIDWORKS Motion 2. Basic concepts discussed in this book include model generation, such as creating assembly mates for proper motion; carrying out simulation and animation; and visualizing simulation results, such as graphs and spreadsheet data.
Cam and follower appendix a: defining joints appendix B: The Unit Systems Appendix C: Importing Pro/ENGINEER Parts and Assemblies. Therefore, reliable, using soliDWORKS Motion contributes to a more cost effective, and efficient product design process. Verifying the results obtained from the computer simulation is extremely important.
Table of Contents 1. These concepts are introduced using simple, yet realistic examples. One of the unique features of this book is the incorporation of theoretical discussions for kinematic and dynamic analyses in conjunction with the simulation results obtained using SOLIDWORKS Motion. A rail-carriage Example 8.
Motion simulation and mechanism design with solidworks motion 2016 is written to help you become familiar with SOLIDWORKS Motion, an add-on module of the SOLIDWORKS software family. A simple Pendulum 5. Animation and basic Motion - A Single Piston Engine Example 3.
Foundations of Electric Circuits
Maintains a strong emphasis on vocabulary throughout, encouraging further thought and communication based on chapter discussions. Topics include: basic circuit theory, the analysis of dc circuits, The Dynamics of Circuits, Linear Systems, The Analysis of AC Circuits, Power in AC Circuits, and Electric Power Systems.
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Solidworks 2015 Part II - Advanced Techniques
Sweep water Meter Housing 7. This book takes the approach that in order to understand SolidWorks, inside and out, the reader should create everything from the beginning and take it step by step. The text covers parts, surfaces, SimulationXpress, sheet metal, top-down assemblies and core and cavity molds.
Advanced surfaces offset Surface & Ruled Surface Using the Deform Feature 10 Advanced modeling with Sweep & Loft 6. Plane Creation 3. Spring using Variable Pitch 5. Sheet metal forming tools button with Slots Designing Sheet Metal Parts Mounting Tray 15. Loft vs. Advanced modeling 5/8 Spanner 4. Using Appearances 22.
Solid modeling safety Helmet Using PhotoView 360 12. Sheet metal parts post Cap Sheet Metal Parts Vents 14. Working with sheet metal step files adding Parts to the Toolbox Library Weldments Structural Members Top-Down Assembly Topics 17. Using surfaces advanced Modeling Lofted Surface Remote Control Casing 9.
Solidworks 2015 part ii - advanced techniques picks up where SolidWorks 2015 Part I - Basic Tools leaves off. Table of contents introduction: SolidWorks 2015 User Interface Advanced Modeling Topics 1.