You may use connection Advisor for this option which present in Simulation tab.
What is the need for doing it. you need to find a suitable bolt to withstand the load or something else to find out.
you should use bolt connector. Otherwise the solver takes too much time
If you can model a bolt it might save some time and will give you much more accurate results. If you don't care about the stresses around the bolt (i.e. you have hand calculated them and they are acceptable) then use the bolt connector in SW but pay close attention to the stress result warning and ignore the resulting stress close by the bolt.
Hi Seckin Uslu and James,
I have another doubt. My software support team have suggested me to use structures modeled using weldments, because, it uses 1D elements and meshes using 2 node concept and will solve quickly. Will this type mesh give accurate results as like 3D mesh.
As with everything, there are limitations. You can't model real-world with 100% accuracy.
The best advice I can offer is that you do a little research into how various solutions affect the outcome of the analysis. I suspect that, just as with the rigid element limitations with bolted connections, there are serious shortcomings to relying on analytical welds when you really don't need them.
As always, use caution, try things on something you can verify with hand calculations, drink plenty of fluids and get enough bed rest....