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Designing a Disc Brake in SolidWorks || Disc Brake

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Design a Disc Brake in SolidWorks step by step in this video. If u want to learn more about SolidWorks and other similar designing software then subscribe to the channel and turn on the post notifications. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjb_It1BPqwh-vUwKb8fOtg

Geneva Mechanism Modeling, Calculations & Simulation in SolidWorks

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Video Tutorial on Modeling Geneva Mechanism in SolidWorks. In this video we will model a Geneva Mechanism using Design Standards. We have used design data from Design data book. This is important for all those mechanical engineering students or engineers who want to learn more about design standards, calculations & simulation.

Solidworks with Kabir |Designing tutorial of a Disc Brake for beginners

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In Episode 4 of "Solidworks with Kabir" we are going to design a Disc Brake which is a very easy to follow design. This tutorial covers a lot of basic topics like Patterns, Surface Revolve, Extrude cut, etc and thus makes for an ideal tutorial for beginners. Do write down your suggestions and comments in the section below and let me know how you liked this video. Also, please do ask your queries over there, Happy to help! To support me in my journey feel free to like Like/Comment/Subscribe/Share these videos, they mean a lot.

Solidworks Tutorial Exercise USB Flash Disc Design

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Solidworks Tutorial Exercise USB Flash Disc Design

Flow Around a Circular Disc in SOLIDWORKS | Flow Simulation| External Flow |Cylinder Flow Simulation

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In this tutorial, we'll learn basic flow simulation in SOLIDWORKS 2020. First of all, we'll model a circular disc and then we'll do a basic simulation. The goal is to find out Drag Force and Drag Coefficient. Parameters for the study are as follows : 1) Cylinder Diameter=0.02m 2) Cylinder Length=0.03m 3) Dynamic Viscosity=0.0000181 Pa.s 4) Working Medium=Air 5) Reynolds Number=10 6) Velocity=0.0007 m/s 7) Density=1.23 kg/m3 8) Temperature=293.2 K 9) Pressure=101.325 kPa We will establish drag coefficient equation. We perform simulation, then we will plot results along with graphs and MS word report. It is a good exercise for beginners and it will be a good practice for beginners. Kindly use play pause technique for practice. I have attached files in the description for practice. Feel free to ask your queries in comment section. I will try to answer each and every question. Keep practicing as practice makes a man perfect. For Files: https://grabcad.com/library/solidworks-flow-simulaion-1 #solidworksflo