what level of solidwork simulation do you have? you should be able to do this in nonlinear in the same way because you're able to sequence things. if you have solidworks premium, that won't be enough because you only have static. if you have solidworks and simulation premium, you'll have nonlinear.
at the start of the analysis you can leave the parts all at a certain temperature and let the shrink fit develop
then change the temperature with a temperature boundary condition with a curve
if you want to get really fancy, you could do a transient thermal analysis first and import that temperature distribution over time