SolidWorks® 2019
FEA Made Simple

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Leverage Your FEA Studies!

Learn how to leverage SolidWorks 2019 FEA using simple to understand training. The SolidWorks 2019: FEA Made Simple course uses easy to understand mathematics and stress analysis concepts to explain the complex behavior of FEA studies. If you understand basic algebra you can understand FEA.

This doesn't mean you won't be able to use the full power of SolidWorks FEA. In fact, you'll be able to leverage the full extent of the module that comes with SolidWorks Premium. With this powerful tool you'll be able to perform stress and deflection analyses and confirm their accuracy with simple math and a few tips and tricks taught in this course.

One of the key features of this course is the use of simple models to explore complex concepts. For example, it's easier to focus on notch sensitivity when the model is a simple beam with a sharp corner. Calculations on a simple beam are simple. That's way they call it a simple beam. You'll use simple math to calculate stress on the simple beam, and you'll see how stress rises in the sharp corner. Of course we show you how to setup your study to analyze the stress in the sharp corner, but the point is the focus of your analysis will be on the corner and not the complexity of the model. This helps you learn the specific concept.

That doesn't mean you won't be able to work with complex models. When you master the skills taught in this course you will be able to break complex models into simple to calculate steps. SOLIDWORKS has no problem pumping out a number, but you need to be able to confirm that it's correct. By breaking complex models into simple calculation steps your portion of the analysis will be easy. You'll understand what to do because this course will show you how.

The FEA Made Simple course dives deep into the FEA module explaining how meshes and mesh elements work. This leads to understanding notch sensitivity and how to deal with it. From knowing all the different types of stress and how to apply them to fundamental concepts, this course shows you what you need to know to productively and accurately use FEA.

49 Lessons (Listed Below)

4.4 hours of instruction

Browse through the lessons from the following SolidWorks 2019 courses and watch sample lessons.

SolidWorks 2019: Professional Modeling SolidWorks 2019: Advanced Parts & Assemblies SolidWorks 2019: Mechanical Drawings SolidWorks 2019: Sheet Metal Design SolidWorks 2019: FEA Made Simple

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While you're logged into your account you can download files used in the courses, watch lessons, and practice the tasks taught in the lessons. Keep in mind that you will use your installation of SolidWorks® to practice.

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SolidWorks® 2019:
FEA Made Simple

No Installation Required

Watch from any device connected to the internet.

SolidWorks 2019: FEA Made Simple

$69.95 - $139.95

Watch Sample Lessons

Watch the first hour of the Professional Modeling course for SolidWorks 2019.

SolidWorks 2019 Sample LessonsClick to Watch!

FEA Made Simple

4.4 hours of instruction


Simulation Setup
Basic Static Simulation
Basic Static Study Results
Normal Stress
Shear and Normal Stresses
Principal Stress Intro
Mohr's Circle
Coordinate Systems
Principal Stresses
Von Mises Stress
Normal vs Von Mises
Calculating Bending Stress
Equivalent Moments and Forces
Couples and Moments
Common Sense Deduction
Torsion and Shear
Combined Loads and Stresses
Point vs Area Loads
Hand vs FEA Calculations
Separate Bending and Torsion
Iso Clipping
Mesh Elements
Second Order Elements
Mesh Controls
Automatic Mesh Transitions
Curvature Based Meshes
Beam Slenderness Ratio
Understand Direction 1 2
Beam Analysis
Profile Stresses
Tapered Beams
Tapered Beam Elements
Introduction to Trusses
Method of Joints
Force Propagation
Constraining Trusses
Truss Study Details
Fixing Truss Joints
Solving Short Beam Problems
Fixing Unstable Models
Shell Elements
Convert Solid to Shell
Shell Study Details
Design by Displacement
Factor of Safety

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