COSMOS/Works is a powerful,easy-to-use design analysis and optimization software that is fully embedded in SolidWorks® software. Using COSMOS/Works throughout all stages of the design cycle enables you to create better products faster and easier than ever before.
Powered by one of the fastest solvers in the industry, COSMOS/Works allows you to verify your SolidWorks models and perform multiple "what if?" scenarios quickly and accurately.
From aerospace to industrial manufacturing,regardless of your industry or application,COSMOS/Works offers a wide spectrum of specialized design analysis tools that will help you easily analyze even the most complicated parts and assemblies.
COSMOS/Works offers robust design analysis capabilities, including stress, frequency, displacement, buckling, steady state and transient thermal analyses, assembly analysis with gap/contact, nonlinear stress, shape optimization, dynamic response, electromagnetics, fluid flow dynamics and fatigue capabilities.
Easy to Use
Seemlessly integrated with SolidWorks, COSMOS/Works combines high-end analysis tools with an intuitive, easy-to-use interface. Even non-specialists can begin solving complex problems with COSMOS/Works in just a matter of minutes.
Speed and simplicity are useless if your analysis program gives inaccurate results, which is why COSMOS/Works offers AccuStress, a powerful new transitional mesher. AccuStress, with built-in Jacobian check features, automatically generates a fine mesh with smaller elements near small features and curved geometry, allowing you to focus on those areas which need it the most. COSMOS/Works also offers automatic adaptive P-method in addition to H-elements for structural analysis.
With COSMOS/Works, SolidWorks users have a complete low-cost simulation and optimization solution. It is scalable, so you only pay for the tools you need to get your job done. For even greater savings, these high-end features are available in a variety of popular bundles to chose from.
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