Unitec Logo


SOLIDWORKS Simulation Product Matrix

Compare SOLIDWORKS Simulation Packages – SOLIDWORKS Simulation software is available in three different versions: Standard, Professional and Premium. Learn more about the features included in each version below.

Features Simulation Premium Simulation Professional Simulation Standard

Concurrent Engineering
Fully Embedded in SOLIDWORKS CAD
Full Association with Design Changes
Support for SOLIDWORKS Configurations

Static Studies
Parts and Assembly Structural Basis

Fatigue Analysis
Fatigue Studies

Fatigue Analysis
Fatigue Studies

Motion Analysis
Time-based Motion Anlysis
Event-based Motion

Design Studies
Design Comparison Studies

Finite Element Analysis
Support for SOLIDWORKS Material Properties
Solid, Shell, and Beam Modeling
Mesh Control Capabilities
Failure Mesh Diagnostics
Customizable Material Library

Loads and Restraints
Force and Pressure Loads

Assembly Connectivity Analysis
Bonded Contact Condition
Node-to-Node, Surface-to-Surface Contact Condition
Shrink Fit Condition
Virtual Wall Condition
Connectors
Connectors Safety Check
Self-Contact Condition
Edge and Spot Weld

Results
Contour, Iso-Surface, Surface, Section Result Plots
Probe Tools
Design Insight
Hot Spot Detection
Compare Test Data
Animation of Results
Trend Tracker

Communication
Customizable Simulation Reports
eDrawings of Simulation Results

Material Types
Material Database
Composite Materials

Thermal Analysis
Thermal Studies

Frequency Simulation
Frequency Studies

Buckling or Collapse Simulation
Buckling Studies

Pressure Vessel Design Simulation
Pressure Vessel Studies

Structural Topology Analysis
Topology Studies

Linear Dynamic Simulation
Linear Dynamic Studies
Harmonic Analysis
Random Vibration Analysis
Response Spectrum Analysis

Non-Linear Dynamic Simulation
Non-Linear Analysis
Large Displacement Analysis
NonLinear Static Buckling Analysis
NonLinear Contact Analysis
Analysis of Elastomers
Plastic Deformation Studies

Off-loaded Solving
Off-loaded Solving