Start the new study option in the simulation tab.
- Select Static in type and proceed.
- apply fixtures,(fixed geomentry) fix one side of the component.
- Apply external loads.Torque(2000e3)
- Click run.
- You will find the results
thanks for your help,but maybe I didn't describe my question exactly,so you just offered the basic and brief process.in fact I focus on boundery conditions setting ,how to exert load （torsinal moment ) and how to directly view my expectable result ,which is similar to transmition shaft bearing torque on both side and its derformation is torsinal deformation (that is to say , The shear stree on the cross section is proportionate to the distance from the center );so can you understand what I intend ?
I second Rosario, just be careful to double-check with your specific application that your fixture and load really is like that. Is one end truly and completely fixed, or can it move a bit somehow? Is the load really completely and evenly distributed on the entire face, or not? Investigate how SolidWorks Sim defines torque, how it reacts on your model and if it is what you expected.
These questions are key for you to answer, otherwise you run uncertainty: ranging from a few percent off reality... to orders of magnitude off reality!
It's not rocket science though, if you keep these simple things in mind you should be alright
yes! that is what I focus on.and I have explained what i intend to Rosario Marceli,who replod me generaly about that question.so I feel oblied to iterate that I just modle a transmition shaft which bears torsional moment on both sides and I want to get shear stress on cross section,of course , the shear stree on the cross section is proportionate to the distance from the center,and you can refer to the attachment below, expect your help ,thanks !
shaft.jpg 2.0 MB
Sorry for the brief answer,
Hope this solution helps,
Set the fixture on cylindrical faces
Torque on both sides(opposite to each other)
Now create an axis for the cylinder, and a point on the face where you want the resultant answer.
After running the condition, right click the result and find List Result Force.
Select frre body force.
Select the axis and the point, hope you got what you need.
thanks ,I have got what I want with your help!