SOLIDWORKS Simulation – Working with symmetric restraints

You can use symmetry to model a portion of the model instead of the full model. The results on the un-modeled portions are deducted from the modeled portion. When appropriate, taking advantage of symmetry can help you reduce the size of the problem and obtain more accurate results.

The procedures to apply the symmetry restraint type to solid meshes and shell meshes using mid-surface are identical.

Symmetry requires that geometry, restraints, loads, and material properties are symmetrical.
In this lesson, you learn the following:

  • Applying symmetry fixtures for solid models
  • Applying symmetry fixtures for shell models

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