Product Design Modeling using CAD/CAE
The Computer Aided Engineering Design SeriesBy
- Kuang-Hua Chang, Dr. Kuang-Hua Chang is the Williams Presidential Professor in the School of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering (AME) at the University of Oklahoma.
This is the third part of a four-part series, which comprises the first book to integrate discussion of computer design tools throughout the design process. Through this book, the reader will...
- ...understand basic design principles and all digital design paradigms.
- ...understand CAD/CAE/CAM tools available for various design related tasks.
- ...understand how to put an integrated system together to conduct All Digital Design (ADD).
Mechanical, Aerospace, and Industrial Engineers studying design. Engineers interested in learning computer design tools such as ProEngineer and SolidWorks in the context of the design process. Senior and first-year graduate engineering students in Mechanical, Aerospace, Industrial, and Materials Engineering.
Hardbound, 560 Pages
Published: February 2014
Imprint: Academic Press
- PRODUCT DATA DEFINITION Chapter 2 Geometric and Solid Modeling 2.1 Introduction 2.2 Representation of Curves 2.3 Representation of Surfaces 2.4 Constructive Solid Geometry (CSG) 2.5 Boundary Representation (B-Rep) 2.6 Representation of Features Extrude, Sweep, Blend, Revolve 2.7 Parametric Modeling 2.8 Variational Modeling 2.9 Summary References Questions and Exercises Chapter 3 Mechanical Assembly 3.1 Introduction 3.2 Assembly Modeling 3.3 Position and Orientation of Mating Conditions 3.4 Representation Schemes 3.5 Assembly Sequences 3.6 Assembly Analysis 3.7 Summary References Questions and Exercises Chapter 4 Design Parameterization 4.1 Introduction 4.2 Design Intents 4.3 Design Axioms 4.3.1 Independence Axiom 4.3.2 Information Axiom 4.4 Design Parameterization at Part Level 4.4.1 Profile in Sketch 4.4.2 Solid Features in Part 4.4.3 Guidelines for Design Parameterization 4.5 Design Parameterization at Assembly Level 4.5.1 Placement Constraints 4.5.2 Guidelines for Design Parameterization 4.5.3 Slider-Crank Assembly in
Pro/ENGINEER4.5.4 Slider-Crank Assembly in SolidWorks4.6 Airplane Engine Example 4.6.1 Part Level: Engine Case 4.6.2 Assembly Level 4.7 HMMWV Example 4.8 Summary References Questions and Exercises Chapter 5 Product Data Management and Data Exchange 5.1 Concept of Product Management 5.2 Enterprise-Wide Information Management System 5.3 Product Data Management in CAD 5.4 Advanced Product Data Management (such as PTCs Windchill) 5.5 Product Data Exchange Between CAD systems 5.6 Solid Feature Recognition 5.7 Tool Integration for ADD 5.8 Summary References Questions and Exercises