Legal Notices
Welcome to SolidWorks 2013
User Interface
SolidWorks Fundamentals
Administration
Installation
Assemblies
CircuitWorks
Configurations
SolidWorks Costing
Drawings and Detailing
eDrawings
SolidWorks Enterprise PDM
SolidWorks Flow Simulation
Compare Configuration Mode
Erosion Plot
Evenly Spaced Surface Streamline Algorithm
Improved Feature Tree
Improved Geometry Handling
Low Temperature Condensation
Parametric Study Mode
Improved eDrawings Plots
Import/Export
Model Display
Motion Studies
Parts and Features
SolidWorks Plastics
Routing
Sheet Metal
SolidWorks Simulation
Sketching
Sustainability
SolidWorks Workgroup PDM
Hide Table of Contents Show Table of Contents

Erosion Plot

When you use the Particle Study feature, the Erosion Plot lets you visualize the distribution of the erosion accumulation rate on a surface. This is particularly useful for two-phase flow aspects in particle-wall interactions.

In addition to integral parameters for erosion and accretion of particles, SolidWorks Flow Simulation 2013 introduces local parameters of erosion and accretion, which allows for detailed quantitative and qualitative evaluations of two-phase flows, particularly in particle-wall interaction studies.

wn2013_errosion_plot.png


Provide feedback on this topic

SOLIDWORKS welcomes your feedback concerning the presentation, accuracy, and thoroughness of the documentation. Use the form below to send your comments and suggestions about this topic directly to our documentation team. The documentation team cannot answer technical support questions. Click here for information about technical support.

* Required

 
*Email:  
Subject:   Feedback on Help Topics
Page:   Erosion Plot
*Comment:  
x

We have detected you are using a browser version older than Internet Explorer 7. For optimized display, we suggest upgrading your browser to Internet Explorer 7 or newer.

 Never show this message again
x

Web Help Content Version: What's New 2013 SP05

The search functionality within the web help is in a beta test phase and you may experience periodic delays or interruptions in its performance. These are the normal and ordinary features of a beta test and shall not under any circumstances give rise to any liability on the part of Dassault Systèmes SolidWorks Corporation or its licensors. The topics within the Web-based help are not beta topics; they document What's New 2013 SP05.

To disable Web help from within SOLIDWORKS and use local help instead, click Help > Use SOLIDWORKS Web Help.

To report problems encountered with the Web help interface and search, contact your local support representative. To provide feedback on individual help topics, use the “Feedback on this topic” link on the individual topic page.