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Combining power with simplicity, COSMOS includes more than 60 new features that encourage designers to innovate by giving them the tools to find and correct problems before they cost time and money.
COSMOS builds on SolidWorks' investments over the last five years to make analysis easy enough for anyone in the design process to use, yet sophisticated enough to produce accurate, dependable results. It is part of SolidWorks' strategy to enable designers to focus on product innovation rather than learning technology tools. COSMOS provides quick feedback on a design's performance by incorporating new features such as virtual sensors, which are software devices that provide information about specific locations on a 3D model the same way a physical sensor works on a prototype.
It also automates time-consuming processes that in the past have discouraged designers from analyzing their work. New cyclic symmetry functionality, for example, reduces to a few minutes the complicated task of analyzing a circular design like a brake drum or a turbine blade.
In a similar vein, COSMOS , simulates commonly used design elements such as bearings in a one-step process that eliminates hours of complex manual drudgery. Easy-to-use tools that deliver accurate results remove the risk of designing products that don't work as expected when they go to prototyping and production, according to Charles Foundyller, CEO of market research and technology assessment firm Daratech, Inc.
By using CAE to quickly refine their designs and using physical tests for verification, product designers are free to innovate without incurring additional prototyping costs or risk. You can have your cake and eat it too. They provide simple, accurate design analysis that leads to better products by giving designers a safety net for catching errors. Designers are free to innovate, secure in the knowledge that they won't pass costly mistakes down the line.
COSMOSWorks employs unique analysis conversion and detection features in its weldment analysis functionality that sharply reduces meshing and analysis time. Traditional FEA programs require engineers to draw lines and specify joints to connect beams and trusses. In the new COSMOSWorks weldment analysis environment, users can automatically convert a structural member into a beam or truss with a single click.
That enables designers to analyze beam structures in minutes without long, complex set up procedures that can cause errors.
Adaptive analysis for assemblies enables designers to analyze assemblies as they will work together in the finished product, rather than as individual components. The new functionality minimizes the need for designers to refine their meshes manually, which saves time by eliminating trial-and-error guesswork.
Complete integration with SolidWorks means that users can perform motion analysis directly from their SolidWorks user interface, eliminating intermediary set-up steps. COSMOSFloWorks fluid dynamics analysis software features first-of-its-kind thin-wall analysis technology and bit support for solving problems of up to six million cells.
COSMOSFloWorks is the first mainstream computational flow software to support bit processing, which enables users to solve more complicated problems than commonly used bit applications. The thin wall technology enables users to analyze the flows around and through thin structures by automatically capturing and resolving their geometry. Across all three products, COSMOS makes design analysis simultaneously indispensable and inconspicuous; inconspicuous through its ease of use, and indispensable for its role in developing better products.
Analysis software would detect the flaws, but those tools took too long to learn, and they weren't worth the effort. PA company, develops and markets software for design, analysis, and product data management.
It is the leading supplier of 3D CAD technology, providing intuitive, high-performing software that helps product design teams develop great products. For the latest news, information, or an online demonstration, visit the company's Web site www. SolidWorks is a registered trademark of SolidWorks Corporation. Other brand and product names are trademarks of their respective owners.
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Engineering Analysis with COSMOSWorks 2007
Engineering Analysis With COSMOSWorks 2007