More information is needed. What does the physical system look like, what are it's boundary conditions, what kind of results are you after, how are these results going to be used, etc.
Go through all the tutorials, that should get you off the ground
thank you for your fast reply
Im invastigating cycle fatigue crack movment on my samples with fatigue stretching machaine and you can see at the following image
I marked the stressing spots
what I'm tring to do is ploting a stress diagram with solidworks
I will appriciate if you can link me to the right tutrial
first tutorial, analysis of a part should get you off the ground
then the fatigue tutorials
then go through the rest of the tutorials to get more tips and tricks and exposure to how the problem works for different problems
i'm not really sure where you are stuck
setup the problem as a static analysis (cut this part in half, apply fixed restraint at the cut, apply a force on the other end)
check the validity of the analysis
reference the static and apply your SN curve
It seems like it would be difficult to apply the loads where you show them. Do you actually load the part by pulling on pins inserted in the two holes?
yes there are 2 pins where the holes are and the fatigue machine making up and down movment. I manage to handle the problem thank you very much
I will check the tutorials you mentioned hoping to solve my problem, I will let you know soon if I did.
ok I manage to create the simulation, now.. how can I save it with the simulation data?
I tried to save it as SLDPRT file but when I reopened it I lost the simulation data.
simulation data is always saved
what make syou think the data is not saved?
well I can see the files in the folder but when I reopen the file I dont see the simulation data and I need to insert it again.
ok I found it
sounds like you changed the name of a file which disconnected things