How to Use Remote Loads in SOLIDWORKS Simulation
SOLIDWORKS Simulation solutions are available for every user, from casual designers to full-time analysts.
Remote loads are a great way to include the weight and inertial effects of large complex systems such as engines without the need to clean up the geometry for meshing. Simply include a model of the large system with accurate weights assigned and Simulation takes care of the rest. Josh Covault shares his industry design and application experience with us in this simple example with a very real-world application.
About the author
With over a decade of experience in fields from manufacturing and design to project and product management, Josh Covault, a 2006 Purdue University grad, now helps companies optimize their engineering and manufacturing workflows with innovative tools and strategies.