Applying Load on Particular Area | Applying Forces on Selected Region Solidworks | CADable | CADable Tutorials

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Hello everyone, and welcome back to CADable with Engr. Ibrahim Omer. Today, we're diving into a neat tutorial on SolidWorks where we'll learn how to apply loads to specific areas on a model. So, let's break it down step by step. First, we'll start by drawing a simple rectangle. Then, we'll extrude it to give it some depth. Next, we'll sketch another rectangle on the surface where we want to apply our forces. We'll use the split line command here to divide the face using our sketch. But remember, even after splitting, it's still just one solid body. No need to worry about multiple bodies here. Now comes the exciting part. We'll enable the SolidWorks Simulation add-in and proceed with all the necessary steps like applying materials and fixing boundaries (think of these as constraints). It's essential to ensure our model behaves realistically under the loads we're about to apply. After setting up our boundaries, it's time to apply the load to our chosen area or segment. Imagine this as putting weight on a specific spot of your model to see how it reacts. Once that's done, we'll mesh our model. Think of meshing like dividing your model into tiny elements to simulate its behavior accurately. Finally, we'll run our study, and voila! We'll get results showing us things like stresses, displacements, and strains. Now, I won't dive deep into explaining these results here, please watch tutorials at the end if you want to learn how to interpret results etc. If you're curious about how static structural analysis works, stick around for some extra videos I'll share later on. This tutorial is crafted especially for beginners, so don't hesitate to pause and replay if needed. And if you have any questions along the way, drop them in the comments below. We're here to help each and every one of you learn and grow in your CAD skills. Remember, practice is key! Keep tinkering with SolidWorks, and stay tuned for more easy-to-follow tutorials right here on CADable #applyingloadonparticulararea #applyloadonparticularareasolidworks #solidworksstaticstructuralsimulation #CADable #CADabletutorials