SOLIDWORKS Simulation Packages

Design Validation Software

SOLIDWORKS Simulation provides the ideal virtual testing environment to evaluate your designs and help you make the right decisions for overall quality improvement. All three software packages shorten the learning curve that will have you up and running quickly.

Simulation Versions:

SOLIDWORKS Simulation Standard
SOLIDWORKS Simulation Professional
SOLIDWORKS Simulation Premium

Simulation Add-on Packages:

SOLIDWORKS Flow Simulation
SOLIDWORKS Sustainability



Which SOLIDWORKS Simulation package is right for you?
Here is a SOLIDWORKS Simulation Product Matrix to help you decide or call us at 888-308-2284 to talk to a SOLIDWORKS specialist.

Simulation Product Matrix



Structural Analysis

Validate product performance and safety factors using finite element analysis (FEA) to perform structural simulation.

Thermal Analysis

Calculate temperatures and heat transfer within and between components.

HVAC Analysis

Optimize heating, ventilating, and air conditioning systems quickly and easily.

Fatigue Analysis

Predict component fatigue failures by examining repeated or random load cycles.

Vibration Analysis

Examine how vibrating or unstable modes can shorten equipment life to eliminate failures.

Structural Optimization

Optimize a design to meet defined strength-to-weight, frequency, or stiffness performance.

Motion Analysis

Evaluate mechanical performance through operational movements using rigid body motion analysis.

Fluid Flow Analysis

Simulate fluid (either liquid or gas) passing through or around an object and investigate the impact to improve product performance.

Electronic Cooling

Optimize heat dissipation and the selection of electronic devices.

Sustainable Design

Assess the environmental impacts of your designs in real time using life cycle assessment (LCA) criteria.

Integrated Simulation Workflows

Efficiently test product performance with multi-physics testing, taking into account various physical environments.

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