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Solidworks Models Can Now Be Analysed For Mechanical Properties Anddynamics

01 July 2003

SolidWorks models can now be analysed for mechanical properties and
dynamics



The new version of MathWorks' SimMechanics (v 2.1) allows easy
importation of SolidWorks CAD assemblies, thus removing the need to
re-create CAD models in the SimMechanics module. CAD assemblies are
simulated in the Simulink environment to analyse forces and torques in
mechanical joints, plot accelerations and displacements of each part in
the system, and visualise the motion of the assembly. The SimMechanics
interface can now be used to add control elements, actuators and sensors
to the model.












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