To whom it may concern:
I would like to know how to do time dependent load application in solidworks simulation.
Dylan T. Rogers
if you've got nonlinear, you can do that!
I think that I will have to stick to static analysis.
if you need to go to nonlinear to "sequence" some analyses, drop me a line at email@example.com. we can always run those analyses for you.
I will keep you in mind
I have a model that consistantly gives me an error message of "unstable model". Is there any method in solidworks simulation that can help me root out the instability? I have tried everything from fixing selected parts sequencially and still I get the error.
you have a fixed restraint on every part and you still have a problem? that doesn't sound right.
you can try soft springs or better yet, exclude all the components and then add them one at a time to the analysis. fix the first part and use a gravity load as your load. you'll find the bad connection this way pretty quickly.
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