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1999 Structural Research and Analysis Corporation (SRAC) 12121 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 700 Los Angeles, California 90025-1170 310 207-2800 (phone) 310 207-2774 (fax)

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This manual provides you with step-by-steptutorials to use COSMOS/Works. These tutorials assume that you are familiar with SolidWorks. The tutorials are grouped as follows

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Static Analysis Tutorial Contact Stress Analysis Tutorial Importing Motion Loads Frequency Analysis Tutorial Buckling Analysis Tutorial Thermal Analysis Tutorial Optimization Analysis Tutorial

Although you can begin with the tutorials, we recommend thatyou read the COSMOS/Works Fundamentals, COSMOS/Works Interface, and Analysis Background chapters of the COSMOS/Works User’s Guide to familiarize yourself with some of the fundamentals, including:

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Design Study Concepts The COSMOS/Works Manager, and COSMOS/Works Analysis Capabilities

Learning to Use COSMOS/Works


✍ Structural Research and Analysis Corporation continuouslyupdates the COSMOS/Works program to improve accuracy and performance. Please note that when you try the tutorials in this manual, you may obtain slightly different results depending on the version of SolidWorks and COSMOS/ Works installed on your computer.


COSMOS/Works Tutorial

Static Analysis Tutorial

This chapter presents step-by-step lessons for performing linear staticanalysis.

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Lesson 1: Analysis of a Bracket Part Lesson 2: Analysis of a Crank Assembly Lesson 3: Analysis of a Thin Bracket (Shell Model) Lesson 4: Analysis of an I-beam (Shell Model) Lesson 5: Analysis of a Funnel (Shell Model) Lesson 6: Analysis of a Fuel Storage Tank (Shell Model) Lesson 7: Analysis of a Pulley Under a Bearing Force Lesson 8: Stress Concentration Around a Holein a Plate

Learning to Use COSMOS/Works


Chapter 2 Static Analysis Tutorial

n Lesson 1: Analysis of a Bracket Part

Lesson 1: Analysis of a Bracket Part
In this lesson, you will learn how to:

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Retrieve a part and create a static analysis study, Assign material to the part, Insert restraints and pressure loading, Mesh the part, Run static analysis, UseCOSMOS/Works menu system and new toolbars to perform analysis steps, and Visualize the static analysis results.

Retrieve the Part
To retrieve the part:
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Start COSMOS/Works. Click File, Open. The Open dialog box opens. Change the Look in folder to ...\Examples where “...” refers to the COSMOS/Works installation directory. From the Files of type drop-down list, select Part Files (*.prt;...
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