SOLIDWORKS Simulation Premium Dynamics

Analyzing structures subjected to various types of dynamic loading

SOLIDWORKS Simulation Premium Dynamics Overview

This course is targeted for the users who would like to become productive in analyzing structures subjected to various types of dynamic loading. The material covered includes the time dependent analysis(force loads as well as motion shock loading examples), harmonic analysis and random vibration analysis (MILS-STD-810F example is included).

Who should attend:

Designed for users who would like to become productive fast, the advanced course offers hands-on experience on the use of the SOLIDWORKS Simulation Dynamics module included with SOLIDWORKS Simulation Premium.

This training course will help you to:

  • Understand the response of a structure over time during and after the application of a load.
  • Understand how dynamic loads such as people, wind, waves, traffic, earthquakes, or blasts can effect your design.
Course Duration

In-class 2 Days (6 hours/day)

Online 4 Days (4 hours/day)

Skill Level

Intermediate Level

Course Type

Practical Hands-on Training

Examples

Take a look at some of the studies you will be conducting in the SOLIDWORKS Simulation Premium Dynamics course

 

SOLIDWORKS Simulation Premium Dynamics Course Requirements & Benefits

Understand the course requirements and the skills you will acquire after completing the SOLIDWORKS course

Requirements

Attended SOLIDWORKS Linear Static

At least 1 month using software

Able to take time out for training

Features Targeted

Frequency & Harmonic Analysis

Random Vibration Analysis

Response Spectrum Analysis

Acquired Skills

How to run MIL spec analysis

Know when Dynamic Analysis is needed

Know the difference between Static and Dynamic solutions

SOLIDWORKS Simulation Premium Dynamics Lessons

The following lessons are included in the course

Lesson 1: Vibration of a Pipe Objectives

  • Problem Description
  • Static Analysis
  • Frequency Analysis
    • Discussion
  • Dynamic Analysis (Slow Force)
    • Linear Dynamic Analysis
  • Summary
  • Questions

Lesson 2: Transient Shock Analysis According to MILS-STD-810G

  • Objectives
  • Problem Description
    • Mass Participation Factor
    • Cumulative Mass Participation Factor
    • Damping
    • Viscous Damping
    • Time Step
  • Model with Remote Mass
    • Remote Mass
  • Summary
  • Questions

Lesson 3: Harmonic Analysis of a Bracket

  • Objectives
  • Project Description
    • Harmonic Analysis Basics
    • Single DOF Oscillator
  • Harmonic Analysis of a Bracket
    • Harmonic Study Properties
  • Summary
  • Questions

Lesson 4: Response Spectrum Analysis

  • Objectives
  • Response Spectrum Analysis
  • Response Spectrum
    • Response Spectrum Analysis Procedure
  • Project Description
    • Response Spectrum Input
    • Mode Combination Method
  • Summary
  • Questions

Lesson 5: Random Vibration Analysis According to MIL-STD-810G

  • Objectives
  • Project Description
    • Distributed Mass
    • Random Vibration Analysis
    • Power Spectral Density Function
    • Overall Level of Acceleration PSD
    • Decibels
    • Random Study Properties
    • Advanced Options
    • RMS Results
    • PSD Results
    • 1s, 2s, 3s, … Results
  • Summary
  • Questions
  • Exercise 1: Random Vibration Analysis of an Electronics Enclosure
  • Exercise 2: Circuit Board Fatigue Estimates

Lesson 6: Random Vibration Fatigue

  • Objectives
  • Project Description
    • Random Vibration Fatigue
    • Material Properties, S-N Curve
    • Random Vibration Fatigue Options
  • Summary
  • Questions

Lesson 7: Nonlinear Dynamic Analysis of an Electronic Enclosure

  • Objectives
  • Project Description
  • Linear Dynamic Analysis
  • Nonlinear Dynamic Analysis
    • Linear vs. Nonlinear Dynamic Analysis
    • Rayleigh Damping
    • Time Integration Methods
    • Iterative Methods
    • Discussion
  • Summary
  • Questions

Training Methods

Choose the training method right for you

Group/Public Training

Receive training as a group (limited amount per class) from certified instructors using vendor approved training content and methodologies.

Training is delivered either live online or in a traditional classroom environment.

Advantages
  • Cost effective training method.
  • More effective than video based training, with videos learners are often not as focused on the training and skip exercises.
  • Learn more through group questions and feedback.

Private Training

This style of flexible training is perfect for teams or individuals who are faced with a specific challenge and require personalized courses with on-the-job coaching.

Training is available live online, in-person classroom or onsite at your location.

Advantages
  • Use our state-of-the-art mobile classroom at your facility.
  • Bring your team up to a consistent level of knowledge by having them take the same training at the same time.
  • Benefit from flexible scheduling options.

Upcoming Training Courses

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  • March 6, 2024 - March 7, 2024
  • 9:00 am - 5:00 pm ET
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  • May 15, 2024 - May 16, 2024
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  • July 17, 2024 - July 18, 2024
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  • September 18, 2024 - September 19, 2024
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