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RE:  Co-Simulation

Question asked by 1-S58E1A on Jul 1, 2010
Latest reply on Aug 5, 2010 by Florian Duda



I am looking at solidworks and  have a question.



Grad. student - architecture - focus:   designing interactive environments with embedded sensor networks and  mechatronics


(for  instance, a partially automated & interactive operating room)



Co-simulation  and possibly hardware-in-the-loop testing of environmental  mechatronics  --  as part of this interest, i am building a sysml model  using artisan studio of our interactive environment



I  saw on LabVIEW's website that it is integrated with solidworks such  that you can use LabVIEW controls to drive a solidworks assembly.  I  have also seen on Dassault Systemes' website that Dymola and Catia and  Abaqus can run in a co-simulation mode with a sysml model.


Is this also  true of solidsworks?  If so, does anyone have any experience with  this?  If so, did you run it through Dymola or were you able to run it  directly through LabVIEW?


Any information you can provide is greatly  appreciated.