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You can select advanced integration options in this dialog box.

To access the Advanced Motion Analysis Options dialog box, click Properties (MotionManager toolbar), and under Motion Analysis, click Advanced Options. Integrator Type There are three types of integration methods you can select for interpolation using the SolidWorks Motion solver:

GSTIFF (default) SI2_GSTIFF WSTIFF

Maximum Iterations Initial Integrator Step Size Minimum Integrator Step Size Maximum Integrator Step Size Jacobian Reevaluation

(Default value is 25.) Specify the maximum number of times the numeric integrator iterates in the search for a solution for a given time step. If the program exceeds this limit, a convergence failure is recorded. Enter the first integration step size used by the variable step integrator. The initial integrator step size controls the speed at which the integration method starts, and its initial accuracy. You can run the simulation more quickly in subsequent runs by increasing this value. Enter the lower bound of the integration time step. You can decrease the simulation time by increasing this value. Enter the upper bound of the integration time step. This is important if the integration method does not detect short-lived events such as impacts. Set this value to be of the same order as the short-lived events. If you set this value too large, some events can be ignored by the simulation. Drag the slider to select how frequently the matrix is re-evaluated. More frequent re-evaluation gives better the simulation accuracy at the cost of simulation time. If the model does not change significantly over time, you can use a smaller Jacobian re-evaluation option.

Parent topic: Motion Analysis

Check components for interference as they move. Learn more about Detecting Interference.

Parts and Frames tab


Select Parts to test. Select the components to check for interferences. Every selected component pair is checked unless the components belong to the same mechanism part. Start Frame. Specify the first frame of the simulation to begin interference checking. End Frame. Specify the last frame of the simulation for interference checking.

Increment. Specify the frame increment for interference checking.

Find Now. Start the interference check. Stop. Stop the interference check. New Search. Clear the selected parts and start over.

Interference Output
Lists each intersection and shows its frame, time, part components, and volume. Selecting an intersection causes its frame to be displayed along with the intersection geometry and bounding box. Details. Select an interference from the output list, and click to show volume, area, and bounding box values for the selected intersection. Zoom to Selection . Zooms in on the selected interference's geometry.

You can use Motion Studies to check for interference in your design as the parts move. You can check any of the components in your SolidWorks assembly model, regardless of whether a component participates in the motion model. Using the interference detection capability, you can find the following:

Interferences that occur between the selected components as the assemblies move through a specified range of motion. The place where the first interference occurs between the selected components. The assembly is moved to the position where the interference occurred.

To initiate an interference check between components: 1. Right-click the assembly in the MotionManager design tree and select Check Interference. The Find Interferences Over Time dialog box appears. 2. Click in the graphics screen and select two or more components to appear under In Parts and Frames. 3. Set Start Frame to the motion frame to use as the starting position for the interference check. 4. Set End Frame to the motion frame to use as the final position for the interference check.

5. Increment sets the increment between frames checked. For example, setting the increment to 2 checks every other frame, starting at the frame set in Start Frame. 6. Select Find Now to start the interference check. The list at the bottom displays detected interferences. The frame, simulation time, parts that cause the interference, and the volume of the interference detected are listed. Selecting the Index number for an interference enables the Details and Zoom to Selection

buttons:

Click Details to display more information about the interference. Click to zoom in on the location of the interference.

7. If necessary, click Stop to stop the check. 8. To clear all selections and select new components to check, click New Search.