Explore beyond your anticipations
Traditional engineering Development and virtual Verification relies heavily on the engineer’s intrinsic perception and experience of the engineering system at hand. Verifying a design solution typically requires that engineers anticipate all potential design flaws, and investigate them specifically and actively.
This can be great fun, but is often time-consuming and difficult. And the question always lingers: “Have we missed something?”
“I rather liked what Dynamics for SpaceClaim did with the bad gear tooth profiles. It shows just how capable it is to reflect real world conflicts and point to solutions. That’s what digital prototyping is all about.”
/ Waylan Elmenhurst, 4D RD&D
“Developing highly technological products aimed for usage in though conditions is a challenge. Normally we need years of field experience to verify a new idea or design. The Dynamics for SpaceClaim software provides simulation possibilities that have potential to drastically reduce this development time”
/ Stefan Bergqvist, R&D Manager, Hultdins
Dynamics for SpaceClaim can change this. This tool simulates engineering designs as a whole, and as they are actually designed. Contacts, redundant constraints and all.
Our users discover design flaws and possibilities that they never would have thought of themselves, as a natural consequence of using the software. Also, they can explore their Dynamics for SpaceClaim prototypes in greater detail than they ever would a physical prototype.
Immediate response to the actual 3D design of the entire assembly, and superior motion dynamics capabilities, makes this tool easy to use and incredibly cost-effective.
Simply, embrace and cultivate your engineering artistry.
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A collection of additional practice models
- .agxJournal file and .scdoc file should be placed in the same directory. .agxJournal file contains the recorded simulation, enabling an instant playback even of a large simulation.
This is an engineering application that illustrates how one can obtain the dynamic loads on static connections (welded and bolted joints, for instance) between structural members (frame and vertical beam). This scene also captures a situation where the lift tips over due to an accellerating motion accross a sloping floor and a subsequent collision.
This is a good model to start with if you are new to Dynamics for SpaceClaim. It demonstrates automatic contact generation and how to organize a model for simulation.
This model demonstrates a more advanced mechanical simulation where the joints were created with the Detect Joints tool. Without the tool, it would take a lot more time to get this up and running, so to speak.