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In particular, some of my focus has been on the Simulation products. These tools sound very similar, but in reality they are quite different. Background SolidWorks offers many tools to users in order to allow them to improve their designs. However, if the user has purchased and added-in a seat of SolidWorks Simulation , then SolidWorks SimulationXpress becomes unavailable and SolidWorks Simulation which has much more functionality is used instead.

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In particular, some of my focus has been on the Simulation products. These tools sound very similar, but in reality they are quite different. Background SolidWorks offers many tools to users in order to allow them to improve their designs. However, if the user has purchased and added-in a seat of SolidWorks Simulation , then SolidWorks SimulationXpress becomes unavailable and SolidWorks Simulation which has much more functionality is used instead.

This same principle of replacement applies to all of these Xpress tools. This tool gives users the ability to run a simple fluid dynamics analysis on parts or assemblies. However, compared to Flow Simulation inputs as well as outputs are limited. Inputs The users are only able to input one inlet for one of only two fluids: Air and Water. In order to define the inlet, they only have the option of specifying one of three conditions.

These are 1 Pressure, 2 Volume flow rate, and 3 Mass flow rate with only temperature to accompany any one of these conditions.

Similarly, the users may specify only one outlet either as a Pressure or Volume flow rate see Figure 2. Outputs Velocity trajectories are the only output available after a user runs their analysis see Figure 3.

Also, users will be able to generate a brief report upon request. Some of the added options give the user more feedback during the solution and allows the user some control of the solver and the mesh resolution. Compared to FloXpress , the interface is re-organized to account for all the added options. Inputs The scope of the input within Flow Simulation includes fans, rotating regions, thermal and electrical conditions, solid material definition, a database of fluids and much more.

Many of these features are not available in FloXpress see Figure 4. Each one of these options gives the user much more control over their simulations. For example, the user can specify inlets and outlets based on a velocity profile, or they can even create a fan curve as their input instead.

These too cannot be done with FloXpress alone see Figure 5. The depth of results that are available is drastically larger than with FloXpress as well see Figure 6. Conclusion If you are looking to run a simple one inlet and one outlet Flow Simulation with just Air or Water, FloXpress may give you some useful feedback on general fluid velocities.

If you are looking to do anything more than this, my recommendation is to give Flow Simulation a try to see what it may do for you. Your email:. Home About Website. SolidWorks FloXpress vs. Figure 1 — Xpress tools. Figure 2 — FloXpress inputs. Figure 3 — FloXpress outputs. Figure 4 — Flow Simulation inputs compared to FloXpress. Figure 5 — Input examples: Boundary Conditions and Fans.

Figure 6 — Output Example: Flow trajectories and others. Share: Blog this! Bookmark the permalink. Flow Simulation Nadir Equbal says:.

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