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To browse Academia. Skip to main content. Log In Sign Up. Download Free PDF. SolidWorks Motion Study Tutorial. Quanghung Tran. Download PDF. Download Full PDF Package This paper. A short summary of this paper. READ PAPER. SolidWorks Motion Analysis allows you to study two major types of problems relating to the motion of solid bodies. Kinematics: Study of the motion of a rigid body without considering the forces that result in the motion of the body.

Dynamics: Study of the motion of a rigid body as a result of the applied external forces on the body. SolidWorks Motion Analysis allows you to answer the following questions: 1. Will the assembled components of your design move as you intended? Will the assembled components of your design collide when it s in motion? What are the magnitudes of the forces between two parts in contact with one another?

What is the path of the solid body? What is the velocity, acceleration, angle, or reaction force at an instant? In order to do motion analysis you need to add motion analysis plugin to your assembly file. Note: Most of the details in this page are extracted from SolidWorks Motion, 21 Julyby Professor Erik Spjut, Engineering Clinic Director, HMC.

It has several features related to the motion of an assembly file. Figure below shows a screen shot of a simple pin connection assembly file. Introduction to Mates Mates are crucial for motion analysis. There are some typical mates such as coincident, concentric, parallel, tangent, and so on that we use to assemble and put the parts together.

This section should be a review of material covered in ME The following screen shots of an assembly file shows some of the typical mates. Select the cylindrical face of the bar and pin holder and it will mate it to concentric by default. Select the face of the rod and the inner face of the pin holder Right click on the surface of the pin holder and then click select other to select the inner face and it will mate it to coincident by default.

Select the cylindrical face of the pin and pin holder and it will mate it to concentric by default. Select the circular face of the pin and the face the pin holder as shown in the figure which will select the coincident mate by default. The above example gives a demonstration of basic assembly and mates. You can download the part and assembly files from the website under class materials.

Create a new assembly file and practice to understand it well. This would change if we need to add friction into our motion analysis. When you need to add friction, first replace the coincident mate with a parallel mate without changing anything else. Then add friction via Solid Body Contact.

This mate causes the box move along a straight path. You can change the mass make it 5 kg and the location of center of mass. Choose the direction of gravity as you want it to be. You can choose the face where the force is acting and then can change the direction as shown below.

Then you can change the magnitude of the force make it 10 N. You can drag the key point until when it reaches the end of the floor. Then select the face which you want to get the results of. This would give the plot of the result versus time or else you select new results and change results instead of time.

To see the data points in excel, right click on the plot and the click Export CSV. Unselect the material option to edit the static and kinetic friction coefficients. If you want to choose the materials SolidWorks will set the friction values to match the materials. When working with friction, coincident mate should be either suppress or deleted from the motion analysis.

Do not specify mass when working with friction. You can change the mass by creating a materian changing the de sit of it as sho i Tips a d Tri ks se tio. Exercise Do all this calculations and plots over 0 to 0. Then you can change the spring stiffness and unstretched length of it as shown. This part will not affect any mechanical properties of the spring. As shown here, add a distance mate in between the two faces. Here I enter the initial length longer than the unstretched length to give an oscillation.

Make sure to suppress Right click on the mate and then select suppress or delete the mate from the motion study before you calculate motion or else the box will not move. Exercise 1. Do the same problem while setting the unstretched and initial lengths equal to 0. The images show the completed assembly. Then in mates, click the faces as shown which would select the coincident mate by default.

Then click the cylindrical faces as shown which would select the concentric mate by default. Then select the distance mate and enter the values as shown to make it start at a lower position. Select the curved face of the rod as shown and give a constant angular velocity of RPM. Do the same problem with a 10kg mass box and show all three plots. Do the same problem with the same mass but RPM constant speed and show all three plots. Then create a distance mate between the ball and the floor as shown 1m in the model tab.

Check the restitution coefficient 0. There are two ways you can change the defaults. You a use either he k the Use Pre ise Co ta t option or increase the frames per second. The preferred solution is Use Precise Contact. Do the same problem with a restitution coefficient of 0.

Then you can change units as you need as shown below. You can make the accuracy higher and change the solver li ki g Ad a e Optio s Integrator type to make your simulation work. First import the part file that needs to be fixed so by default it will be fixed. In these cases the preferable way to change mass is to create a new material and change the density according to the volume to obtain the desired mass.

Mass will be assigned by default as soon as the object is created. To edit ass properties li k o O erride Mass Properties. I this he k Assig ass properties to change mass. The steps are shown below with the help of pictures. Then the following tab will appear. Name it and click the Properties tab as shown. Now you can change the properties of the material shown in the Value column; double click to edit. You will probably only change the density to get the desired ass a d li k Apply.

You can also change the units by clicking the drop-down arrow. As you can see, key points 1, 2 and 4, 5 are discontinuous. This means the action is not active in the region, for instance the force is not acting from point 1 to 2. Key points 2 and 3 imply that the force is active. Meanwhile notice that there is a key point 6 in between 2 and 3; this means there is a change in force at key point 6.

To solve these problems make sure all your key frames start at the beginning of the timeline unless you want the force or other action to be taken after some time. There should be no key frame after the initial one as shown in 7, not even at the end unless you want any specific changes in between or you need to stop the action at certain times without going till the end.

The timeline would be highlighted after calculating the motion if the key frame is active as shown below. If the force is not on, right click the force and click on to make the force active and recalculate. Related Papers. Ensamblajes avanzados. By Josue Guadalupe Tobias Almazan. By Cesar Santos Lopez. By kumar chandan. Manual de SolidWorks Routing.