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Our New OnScale Solve™ Simulation Tutorials

By Chloe Allison 07 January 2021

We’ve created some simulation tutorials to help you quickly start simulating in OnScale Solve. You’ll find examples for both mechanical and thermal analysis, check them all out here!

These guides are the perfect tool for beginners to OnScale Solve. Simply select your simulation tutorial and follow the instructions!

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Before getting started simulating models, you’ll need to register for an OnScale Solve account. But don’t worry, it’s free! Just follow that link and enter your details to sign up.


Each tutorial includes a CAD file and step-by-step instructions on how to design an FEA model and run a simulation. The tutorials cover a variety of problems, from stress analysis on a bicycle frame to thermal analysis on a printed circuit board.

OnScale SolveYou can run these tutorials using the 500 free core-hours given with the Solve subscription. 

What is a Core-Hour? A Core-Hour (CH) is a measurement of computational time. If you run one CPU for one hour, that equals one Core-Hour.

Additional Information

If you’ve gone through your simulation tutorial and want more information on what can be done in OnScale Solve, check out our release highlights

Or if you have any questions please feel free to get in touch via our forum.

There’s More to Come!

This is just the beginning! We’re planning to expand our library of simulation tutorials to cover more areas of design and manufacturing problems. Keep an eye out for more tutorials coming soon!

Chloe Allison
Chloe Allison

Chloe Allison is an Application Engineer at OnScale. She received her MA in Electrical and Electronics Engineering from the University of Strathclyde. As part of our engineering team Chloe assists with developing applications, improving our existing software and providing technical support to our customers.

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