Becoming a Master of Gravity: Center of Mass, Tipping and Lifting
When designing an object, there are a lot of factors to consider. For example, have you ever wondered how your assembly will react during transportation? An unbalanced assembly may tip or rock if loaded incorrectly or lifted by a single point, resulting in disaster. Luckily, it seems that SOLIDWORKS has thought of everything.
Join us on Tuesday, August 11th at 10 AM ET for our webinar as TriMech Application Engineer, Michael Souders, explores tools in SOLIDWORKS that allow you to determine the precise location of the center of mass for both parts and assemblies. He will demonstrate an application of these tools by looking at lifting an equipment skid with a crane, where tipping needs to be minimized. Using SOLIDWORKS Motion Analysis and SOLIDWORKS Simulation, he will determine the strength of the skid and analyze the forces at the lifting points.
In this webinar, Michael will cover how to:
- Achieve balance in designs by finding the center of mass
- Understand how assembly modifications influence the center of mass
- Utilize beam elements to analyze welded structures
- Use SOLIDWORKS Simulation to determine stress and displacement
- Use SOLIDWORKS Motion to determine the effects of gravity
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About The Presenter
Michael is an Elite Application Engineer with TriMech and has been working with SOLIDWORKS since 2011. He always enjoys meeting new friends at the local SOLIDWORKS User Groups in Eastern Pennsylvania and New Jersey. In his spare time, he enjoys road cycling, home-brewing beer and playing disc golf.