EMS 2014 SP2.0 Release

Trisha Ghaffy, 4 years ago
EMS logo     EMS 2014 is the seventh release of EMS as a Gold Certified add-in to SolidWorks. This is a major new release of the software that incorporates several new features at the meshing and pre-processing, solving and post-processing levels. Below are the new capabilities that have been added in this release to provide users with more comprehensive simulation options and a more complete set of results. Multi-core solving: EMS now includes fully parallelized multi-core solvers that make running studies up-to 20 times faster. Multi-core solvers come standard with EMS so you don’t need to pay extra to get it. New easy-to-use 2D plot interface Auto-insert Air: adding an air part is now possible allowing inserting a box, sphere or cylinder that encapsulates the whole model: the inserted part will automatically include the required cavities to avoid interference. 3D Mesh Pre-processing: Visualize and analyze the 3D mesh before launching the solver. Because meshing is critical to solution accuracy and speed, EMS now provides users unparalleled mesh viewing capabilities. This powerful feature allows users to visually inspect the mesh in a clear and uncluttered manner before launching the solver. It includes probing, section viewing and iso-clipping of the 3D mesh. Material Library: enhanced EMS built-in material library including many new non-linear materials and material loss parameters. Parametric Analysis: The EMS Parametric Study Mode enables designers to run multiple analysis tests automatically and then investigate the results to determine the best design. This mode makes it more intuitive for EMS user to evaluate various cases and what-if scenarios. Exclude From Analysis: this feature enable the user to exclude an existing component from the analysis solution without having to suppress the excluded component from your SolidWorks model. Comparison of Study Results: Enhanced tabular results from different studies and different configurations can now be compared through 2D plots.