Additional Improvements to Creo Simulate


Additional Improvements to Creo Simulate

Additional improvements in Creo Simulate are listed below: • Tooltips are improved. • The geometry selection filter is improved to filter Creo Simulate objects such as Loads/Constraints and Idealizations. • There is support for the new Lattice feature. You can select a full geometry representation or a simplified representation. Both are fully supported in Creo Simulate. When you use the simplified representation you gain computation speed. The model in Creo Simulate uses shells, beams, and mass elements where appropriate. When you use the full representation, you improve accuracy. All the intricacies of the lattice are meshed and then simulated. • Partial Unicode support in model names. There is no Unicode support for optimization and design studies. • Automatic detection of thin solids. From the AutoGEM Settings dialog box you can select the Create automatic thin solids check box to automatically detect thin solids so you get the benefit of using elements with higher degrees of freedom. Example of using Create automatic thin solids • In FEM 2D there is a mapped mesh on quilt and solid surfaces

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Creating a Buckling Analysis
  • Creating a Buckling Analysis

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  • Intermediate Level
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  • In this Creo SImulate tutorial, I demonstrate how to create a buckling analysis. I also explain how the constraints are very important when determining the buckling load factor and that a static analysis ... (Show more)
Creating Thermal Boundary Conditions
  • Creating Thermal Boundary Conditions

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  • Introductory Level
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  • This Creo Simulate tutorial demonstrates how to create thermal boundary conditions. It shows how to use Prescribed Temperatures, Convection Conditions, and Radiation Conditions and will also explain the ... (Show more)
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