Tutorial ObjectivesDescription? Tutorial Major StepsHere are the major steps of the tutorial:Step 1? Designing the rimStep 2? Renaming parametersStep 3? Assigning formulas to geometric constraintsStep 4?
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Tutorial ObjectivesDescription? Tutorial Major StepsHere are the major steps of the tutorial:Step 1? Designing the rimStep 2? Renaming parametersStep 3? Assigning formulas to geometric constraintsStep 4? Creating user parameters and formulasStep 5? Creating a rule and a checkStep 6?
Creating two design tablesStep 7? Computing the inertia elementsNote: in the.. If you have some difficulties, you can load them at the end of each step tocontinue the tutorial. Do the following operations simplest one :? Copy or replace the directory.. Do not forget to put this folder CATSettings in read mode:?
Select the folder CATSettings? Click mouse button 3 then click on Properties anduncheck the Read-only Attribute? Select all the files in the folder? Click mouse button 3 then click on Properties and uncheck the Read-onlyAttribute2. Set them manually:? Do not do this step if you have already done it in getting started or in a previous tutorial? Copy the.. CATMaterial file under.. Step 1: Designing the rim? Opening the part? Creating the outer rim portion? Click on shaft icon?
Click on OK button in the shaftDefinition panel? Shelling the solid? Click on shell icon? Key in 0. Select the front and back faces ofthe rim? Creating the inner rim portion?
Select Define In Work Object? Click on the Show icon in thebottom toolbar? Select the Sketch. Select the Faces to keep field inthe Trim Definition panel? Select the planar face as shown inthe picture? Creating the spokes? Select Define in Work Object? Select sketch. Click on the show icon? Click on pocket icon? Click on Reverse Direction button? In the Type field choose Up to next for thefirst limit? Click on OK button? Select Pocket. Select the circular pattern icon Transformations features toolbar?
To find it, drag anddrop the empty area from the bottom rightside to the centre of the 3D view. Repeatthis operation until you find the right toolbar. To put it back, do the reverse operation? Select the Reference element field? Select the internal face of the centralcylinder see picture? Creating the first hole?
Click on hole icon? Select the rim planar face asshown on the picture? Select Up To Last in the list? In the Type tab, selectcounterdrilled in the list? Creating a circular pattern of holes? Click anywhere outside the geometry? Click the Circular Pattern icon? Click in Object field? Select Hole. In the Parameters field select Completecrown in the list? Key in 5 in the Instance s field?
Adding material? Click on Apply Material icon? In the Metal tab, select Aluminium? Step 2: Renaming parameters? Renaming the outer rim radius? Double-click on Sketch. MB3 click on the rim radiusdimension 8.
Select Offset. This step is not absolutely required. Renaming the outer rim width? MB3 click on the rim widthdimension 7in as shown in thepicture? Renaming the bolt radius? Double click on Hole. Multi-select in the geometry using Ctrlkey Point. Click on Constraint icon? Select any point in the geometry to placethe constraint? Double-click on constraint value? Key in 2. MB3 click on the 2. Renaming the pocket dimensions? Double click on Pocket. Click OK? MB3 click on the lower 0.
Select Radius. Step 3: Assigning Formulas to geometric constraints? MB3 click on the 0. In the Members of Parametersarea select Renamed parameters inthe list? The two last created formulas enablethe pocket upper radii to be driven bythe bottom radius value? Step 4: Creating user parameters and formulas? Click on Formula icon in the bottomtoolbar? Click in the Filter Name field and selectWheel Rim in the specifications tree?
Change Filter Type to User parameters? With this filter active you only see in thelist the parameters added by the user withthe formula command as well as thematerial property parameters.? Select Length from the parameter type list? Click on New Parameter of type button? The new user parameter is displayed inthe specifications tree under theParameters node?
CATIA V5 Knowledgeware
Knowledgeware is a group of techniques that you can use to control parameters based on your knowledge of the model and its intended application. Incorporating Knowledgeware into model and analysis parameters allows other users to work with the model more effectively. The following Nonlinear Structural Analysis and Thermal Analysis boundary conditions, loads, and fields support the use of Knowledgeware:. There are several techniques that you can use to add Knowledgeware to analysis parameters. The Knowledgeware options allow you to create formulas based on interdependent model values, specify a range or a list of acceptable values, and lock the current value of a parameter. You can also add a comment to a parameter to indicate the reason for the Knowledgeware control. Create a formula based on existing definitions or measurements in the model.