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The other day Stian was asked “how high a frequency does it take to break a wineglass?”, and he didn’t have an answer, but this question piqued the curiosity. So, with some colleagues we turned to SOLIDWORKS Simulation and took a closer look at the different tools they provide to see if one of them could help us find out just how high the sound had to be to break the glass.

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How do you know if yours or someone else’s skills in CAD software are up-to-date? In this blog post, we show you how. When engineering department is the bottleneck of the company’s projects, it usually means that there is a need to evaluate the efficacy of the whole department. Are the designers focusing on their area of specialty, or are they multitasking with

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Here lies Simen Hegstad Krüger wriggling in the Winter Olympics 2018, while the rest of the field disappears Foto:KAI PFAFFENBACH / X00446 Stian Mork & Eirin Holmstrøm   The phenomenon is called buckling, and it occurs when construction collapses and loses its load-bearing capacity. We were curious and did some virtual testing around the topic

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