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    [SIZE=3][COLOR=#000000][FONT=Arial][COLOR=#008080][FONT=Arial][SIZE=3][COLOR=#004080][B]Mastering Catia by Examples contains the most essential applications in CATIA package and are presented in 734 multimedia tutorials (Videos with sound). [/B][/COLOR][/SIZE][/FONT][/COLOR][/FONT][/COLOR][/SIZE]

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    This course contains a huge number of examples, over 730 fully illustrated tutorials (Sound Video) with more than 33 Hours.
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    1- Creating Parts
    1-1 Sketcher
    1-1-1 Introduction

    1- General Concept

    2-1 Catia Desktop

    2-2 Catia Desktop

    3- Selection And Entering Values In Catia

    4- How To Set The Configuration In Catia

    5- Practical Ways To Manipulate The View
    1-1-2 Creating Geometries

    1- Creating a Line

    2-Creating an Infinite Line

    3-Creating a Bi-Tangent Line

    4-Creating a Bisecting Line

    5-Creating a Line Normal to a Curve

    6-Creating an Axis

    7-Creating Points

    8- Creating Equidistant Points

    9- Creating Points Using Intersection

    10-Creating a Point Using Projection

    11-Creating Associative Projected Points

    12- Creating Profiles

    13-Creating Circles

    14-Creating Three Points Circles

    15-Creating Circles Using Coordinates

    16-Creating a Tri-Tangent Circle

    17-Creating Arcs

    18-Creating Three Points Arcs

    19-Creating Three Points Arcs Using Limits

    20- Creating a Spline

    21-Connecting Curves with a Spline

    22-Connecting Curves with an Arc

    23- Creating Ellipses

    24-Creating a Parabola by Focus

    25-Creating a Hyperbola by Focus

    26-Creating Conic Curves

    27- Creating Rectangles

    28- Creating Oriented Rectangles

    29- Creating Parallelograms

    30- Creating Elongated Holes

    31-Creating Cylindrical Elongated Holes

    32-Creating Keyhole Profiles

    33-Creating Hexagons

    34-Creating Centred Rectangles

    35-Creating Centred Parallelograms

    1-1-3 Operations

    1- Creating Corners

    2- Creating Chamfers

    3- Trimming Elements

    4- Breaking And Trimming

    5-Closing Elements And Complementing An Arc, Circle or Ellipse

    6-Breaking Elements

    7-Creating Mirrored And Moving Elements by Symmetry

    8- Translating Elements

    9- Rotating Elements

    10- Scaling Elements

    11 (A) Offsetting 2D Geometry

    11 (B) Offsetting Using offset tools

    11 (C) Offsetting- Creating Spline Offsets

    12 (A) Using 3D Geometry- Projecting 3D Elements onto the Sketch Plane

    12 (B) Projecting 3D Silhouette Edges

    12 (C) Intersecting 3D Elements with the Sketch Plane

    13 (A) Copying, pasting elements with H And V constraints on their absolute axis

    13 (B) Copying Sketches

    14-Replacing Geometry

    15-Editing Parents, Children And Constraints

    16- Performing Auto-Search on Profiles

    17-Transforming Profiles

    18-Deactivating a Sketch

    1-1-4 Constrains

    1- Geometrical Constraint

    2- Dimensional constraint

    3- Creating Constraints Using the Constraints Toolbar

    4- Creating Constraints via a Dialog Box

    5- Modifying The Constraints

    6- Auto-Constraining a Group of Elements

    7- Solving Design Problem Using Fix Together

    8- Animating Constraints

    9- Edit Multi-Constraint

    10- Using the Sketch Solving Status

    11- Defining Constraint Measure Direction

    12- Creating Contact Constraints

    13- Modifying Constraints

    14- Modifying Constraints Using Shift Key

    1-1-5 Design Aspects

    1-1 Sketching from an Existing Part

    1-2 Sketching from an Existing Part

    1-3 Sketching from an Existing Part

    2- Using Sketch Tools

    3- Using Visualization Toolbar

    4- Using Smart Pick

    5- Language Of Colours In Catia

    6- Setting the Datum Mode

    7-1 Performing A Quick Geometry Diagnosis

    7-2 Analyzing the Sketch

    8-1 Creating Output Features

    8-2 Creating Profile Features

    9- Creating Accelerators

    10- Restoring the Toolbars Positions

    11- About The Standard And Construction Elements

    12- Sketch Detection

    1-2 Part Design

    1-2-1 Creating
    1-2-1-1 Sketch Based Features
    1- Entering The Part Design Workbench​
    2 (A) Creating Pads

    2 (B) Creating Pads

    2 (C) Creating Pads

    2 (D) Creating Pads

    2 (E) Creating Pads

    2 (F) Creating Pads

    2 (G) Creating Pads

    2 (H) Creating Pads

    2 (I) Creating Pads

    3- Creating Multi Pads​
    4- Creating Drafted Filleted pad

    5- Creating Pockets

    6- Creating Multi Pockets

    7-Creating Drafted Filleted Pockets

    8- Creating Shafts

    9- Creating Grooves

    10 (A) Creating Holes

    10 (B) Creating Holes

    10 (C) Creating Holes

    11- Creating Rib

    12- Creating Slots

    13- Creating Stiffener

    14- Creating Multi sections solid

    15- Creating Removed Multi-sections

    16- Creating Solid Combine

    1-2-1-2 Dress-Up Feature

    1 (A) Creating Edge Fillet

    1 (B) Creating Edge Fillet

    2- Creating Variable Radius Fillet

    3- Reshaping The Corner Using Blend Corner

    4 (A) Creating Face Fillet

    4 (B) Creating Face Fillet using Hold Curve

    4 (C) when Creating Face Fillet Is Not Working

    5- Creating Tri-tangent Fillet

    6- Creating Chamfer

    7 (A) Creating Basic Draft

    7 (B) Creating Variable Angles Draft

    7 (C) Creating Advanced Draft

    7 (D) Creating Drafts with Parting elements

    7 (E) Creating Drafts From reflect lines

    8- Creating Shells

    9- Creating Thickness

    10- Creating Threads And Taps

    11- Creating Remove Face Features

    12- Creating Replace Face Features

    1-2-1-3 Surface Based Feature

    1- Creating Splits

    2- Creating Thick Surfaces

    3- Creating Close Surface Features

    4- Creating Sew Surfaces

    1-2-1-4 Reference Elements

    1 (A) Creating 3D Points

    1 (B) Creating 3D Points

    1 (C) Creating 3D Points

    1 (D) Creating 3D Points

    2 (A) Creating 3D Line

    2 (B) Creating 3D Line

    2 (C) Creating 3D Line

    2 (D) Creating 3D Line

    3- Creating Planes

    1-2-1-5 Using Surfaces And Curves
    And Solving Cad Problems


    1 (A) Joining Surfaces or Curves

    1 (B) Joining Surfaces or Curves

    2- Extrapolating Surfaces

    3- Extracting Geometry

    4- Creating Intersections

    5- Creating Projection

    6- Creating Boundary Curves

    1-2-2 Operations

    1-2-2-1 Boolean Operations

    1- Assembling Bodies

    2- Intersecting Bodies

    3- Adding Bodies

    4- Removing Bodies

    5- Union Trim Bodies

    6- Remove Lump (Keeping and Removing Faces)

    7- Changing a Boolean Operation into Another One

    1-2-2-2 Modifying And Manipulation

    1- Creating Translations

    2- Creating Rotations

    3- Symmetry

    4- Mirror

    5- Creating Rectangular Patterns

    6 (A) Creating Circular Patterns

    6 (B) Creating Circular Patterns

    7- Creating User Patterns

    8- Exploding Patterns

    9- Creating Scaling

    1-2-3 Constraints

    1- Setting 3D Constraints

    2- Setting Constraints Defined in Dialog Box

    3- Computing Mean Dimensions

    4- Modifying Constraints


    1-2-4 Design Aspects

    1-2-4-1 Design Aspects (First Level)

    1- Redefining Feature Parameters

    2 (A) Updating Parts

    2 (B) Updating Parts

    3 (A) Deleting Features

    3 (B) Optimizing The Design By Recognizing The Non Useful Elements

    4- Deactivating Elements

    5 (A) Reordering One Feature

    5 (B) Reordering Several Features

    6 (A) Replacing or Moving Elements

    6 (B) Replacing a Body

    7- Changing a Sketch Support

    8 (A) Displaying And Editing The part Properties

    8 (B) Displaying And Editing Bodies Properties

    8 (C) Displaying And Editing Features Properties
    1-2-4-2 Design Aspects (Second Level)

    1- Cut Copy Paste

    2- Editing a List of Elements

    3- Scanning a Part and Defining In Work Objects

    4- Performing a Draft Analysis

    5- Isolating Geometric Elements

    6- Displaying Parents And Children
    1-2-4-3 Design Aspects (Third Level)

    1- Opening a New CATPart Document

    2- Hybrid Design

    3- Defining an Axis System

    4- Publishing Elements

    5-1 Inserting a New Body

    5-2 Inserting Features into a New Body

    6-1 Geometrical sets

    6-2 Inserting a Geometrical Set

    6-3 Moving Elements of a Geometrical Set To New Body

    7-1 Inserting an Ordered Geometrical Set

    7-2 Modify Children command

    7-3 Editing Features Within an Ordered Geometrical Set

    8-1 Creating Power Copies

    8-2 Instantiating Power Copies

    8-3 Instantiating Power Copies Using Step By Step Instantiation

    8-4 Instantiating Power Copies Using Part Comparison Instantiation

    8-5 Saving Power Copies into a Catalogue
    1-2-4-4 Design Aspects (Fourth Level)

    1-How to Improve Update Operations

    2-How to Improve Performances when Editing

    3-How to Improve Performances when Using the Pre-selection Navigator

    4-How to Reduce Data Size when Positioning Pasted Bodies



    1-2-5 Projects
    1- Project (Creating Part-1)

    2- Project (Creating Part-2)

    3- Project (Creating Part-3)

    4- Project (Assembling Parts)

    5- Project (Golden Rules)


    1-3 WireFrame

    1-3-1 Creating

    1-3-1-1 Creating Wire-frame Geometries

    1 (A) Integrating PD And WF, And Utilizing Working On Support

    1 (B) The First Step In Preparing Oriented And Flexible Design

    2 (A) Creating Multiple Points and planes

    2 (B) Creating Planes Between Other Planes

    3- Creating an Axis

    4- Creating Polylines

    5- Creating Circles

    6- Creating Splines

    7- Creating a Helix

    8- Creating Corners

    9- Creating Connect Curves

    10- Creating Projections
    1-3-1-2 Creating Surface Geometries

    1- Creating Extruded Surfaces

    2- Creating Revolution Surfaces

    3- Creating Spherical Surfaces

    4- Creating Cylindrical Surfaces

    5- Creating Offset Surfaces

    6- Creating Filling Surfaces

    7- Creating Swept Surfaces

    8- Creating Multi-Sections Surfaces

    9- Creating Blended Surfaces
    1-3-2 Operations And Manipulations


    1-3-2-1 Performing Operations on
    Shape Geometry


    1 (A) Joining Surfaces or Curves

    1 (B) Joining Surfaces or Curves And solving The design’s problems

    2- Healing Geometry

    3- Restoring a Surface

    4- Disassembling Elements

    5- Splitting Geometry

    6- Trimming Geometry

    7- Rotating Geometry

    8- Translating Geometry

    9- Performing Symmetry on Geometry

    10- Transforming Geometry by Scaling

    11- Transforming Geometry by Affinity

    12- Transforming Elements From an Axis to Another

    13- Inverting the Orientation of Geometry

    14- Creating the Nearest Entity of a Multiple Element

    15- Extrapolating Curves
    1-3-2-2 Editing Surface and
    Wireframe Geometries


    1- Editing Surface and Wireframe Definitions

    2- The Implicit And Explicit Modifications

    3- Deleting Surfaces and Wireframe

    4 (A) Developing Wires and Points

    4 (B) Unfolding a Surface


    1-3-3 Using Tools
    1- Quick Selection of Geometry

    2- Keeping the Initial Element

    3- Checking Connections Between Surfaces

    4- Checking Connections Between Curves

    5- Analyzing Distances Between Two Sets of Elements

    6- Performing a Surface Curvature analysis

    7- Performing a Curvature Analysis

    2- Products And
    Assembly Design



    2-1 Products Architecture


    2-1-1 Working With The Product Architecture

    1- Entering the Workbench, Creating A New And Opening An Existing Document

    2 (A) Selection, Using Selecting Products only

    2 (B) Selection, Using Selection Modes

    3- Inserting a New Component

    4- Inserting a New Part

    5- Inserting a New Product

    6- Inserting Existing Components And Related Problems

    7- Part Number conflicts when inserting Model and Part

    8- Inserting CATPart or CATProduct Documents from a Catalogue

    9- Loading Components

    10- Unloading And Reloading Components And Related problems

    11- Using the Selective Load

    12 (A) Setting up the Visualization And Design Modes

    12 (B) Managing Part Number conflicts Between The Two Modes

    13- Deactivating And Activating a Node

    14- Deactivating And Activating a Terminal Node

    15- Managing Representations

    16- Reordering the Tree

    17- Isolating a Part

    18- Deactivating And Activating a Component

    19 (A) Defining Contextual Links between Two Instances of the same Part

    19 (B) Defining Contextual Links between two separate Instances ,with no dependences

    19 (C) Defining Contextual Links Using Editing And Replacing Commands

    20- What happens when you delete the Instance of a Contextual Part

    21 (A) Using Flexible Sub-Products

    21 (B) Applying Overload Position on Reference And The Related Difficulties



    2-1-2 Management Of The
    Product Architecture


    1- Cutting, Copying and Pasting Objects

    2- Paste Special

    3- Replacing a Component by another one in Session

    4- The Impacts of the Replace Command

    5- Replacing a Specific Instance or All Instances of a Reference

    6- General Idea About The Component Properties

    7- Naming And Re-Naming

    8- Generating Numbering

    9 (A) Displaying the Bill of Material (BOM)

    9 (B) Managing the Bill of Material (BOM)

    9 (C) Extract a component from BOM

    9 (D) Searching on BOM Attributes


    2-2 Assembly Design


    2-2-1 First: Quick Course

    1- Entering And Preparing The Assembly Design Workbench

    2- Fixing a Component

    3- Inserting an Existing Component

    4- Setting Constraints Between Components

    5- Moving Constrained Components Using the Compass

    6 -Adding and Renaming a New Component

    7- Designing a Part in an Assembly Context

    8- Editing a Parameter

    9- Replacing a Component

    10- Analyzing Assembly Constraints and Reconnecting the Broken one

    11- Detecting Clashes and Editing a Component

    12 -Exploding the Assembly

    2-2-2 Second: Detailed Course


    2-2-2-1 Managing The Constraints
    In the Assembly Design

    1- Creating And Managing Coincidence Constraint

    2- Creating a Contact Constraint

    3- Creating an Offset Constraint

    4- Creating an Angle Constraint

    5- Fixing a Component

    6- Fixing Components Together

    7- Using the Quick Constraint Command

    8- Changing Constraints

    9- Deactivating or Activating Constraints

    10- Selecting the Constraints of Given Components

    11- Editing Constraints

    12- Modifying the Properties of a Constraint

    13- Setting a Constraint Creation Mode

    14- Inconsistent or Over-constrained Assemblies

    15- Reordering Constraints in the Specification Tree

    16- Refreshing Constraints


    2-2-2-2 Defining Instantiation
    And Analyzing


    1- Defining Multi-Instantiation

    2- Fast Multi-Instantiation

    3- Inserting an Existing Component with Positioning

    4-1 Computing Clash and Clearance Between Components

    4-2 Analyzing Constraints

    4-3 Analyzing Dependences

    4-4 Analyzing Updates

    4-5 Analyzing Degrees of Freedom


    2-2-2-3 Moving Components

    1- Translating Components

    2- Rotating Components

    3 (A) Manipulating Components

    3 (B) Stop Manipulation on Clash

    4- Snapping Components

    5 (A) Smart Move

    5 (B) Smart Move with Viewer

    6- Exploding a Constrained Assembly

    2-2-2-4 Using Assembly Tools
    And Creating Annotations


    1-1 Managing Products in an Assembly

    1-2 Publishing Elements

    2-1 Creating Weld Features

    2-2 Creating a Text with Leader

    2-3 Creating a Flag Note with Leader

    2-4 Creating a Section View And Annotation Plane

    2-5 Creating a Section Cut View And Annotation Plane


    2-2-2-5 Design Aspects

    1-1 Detecting Interferences

    1-2 Reading Clash Command Results

    1-3 Exporting Clash Results

    2- Measuring Minimum Distances

    3- Improving Performances

    4- Generating CATPart from Product

    5- Displaying the Assembly Mass Properties

    6-1 Reconnecting a Replaced Representation

    6-2 Reconnecting Constraints

    7- Editing a Part in an Assembly Design Context

    8- File And Session Management

    9- Working With The Levels


    2-2-2-6 Assembly Features
    1- Assembly Split

    2- Assembly Hole

    3- Using Hole Series

    4- Assembly Pocket

    5- Assembly Remove and Add

    6- Performing Symmetry

    7- Modifying a Symmetry

    8- Rotating a Component by Using the Symmetry Command

    9- Reusing a Part Design Pattern


    2-3 Structure Design

    1-1 Prepare The workbench

    1-2 Creating Shapes Using (Existing Support Type)

    1-3 Creating Shapes Using (Point-to-Point Type)

    1-4 Creating Plates

    1-5 Placing Cut-outs

    2- Placing Contextual End-cuts

    3- Creating End Plates

    4- Modifying The Shapes

    5- Modifying the Design



    3- Drafting

    3-1 Generative Drafting

    3-1-1 First: Quick Course


    1-1 Entering the Drafting Workbench

    1-2 Define the Drawing Sheet, Some Views and section

    1-3 Creating a Detail View

    1-4 Creating a Section Cut

    2-1 Creating a Frame and a Title

    2-2 Creating Views via the Wizard

    2-3 Creating a Section View

    2-4 Overloading Element Properties

    2-5 Generating Balloons and a Bill of Material

    2-6 Creating an Isometric View and Changing its Properties


    3-1-2 Second: Detailed Course

    3-1-2-1 Creating

    1- Creating a New Drawing

    2- Editing Drawing Links

    3- Define The Sheets

    4- Creating a Frame and a Title Block

    5- Inserting an Image Into a Frame and Title Block

    6- Managing a Background View

    7 (A) Creating a Front View

    7 (B) Creating a front view with a local Axis System

    7 (C) Create a front view from Specific Sub-Bodies And Sub-Products

    7 (D) Creating an Advanced Front View

    8- Creating a Projection View

    9- Creating an Unfolded View

    10 (A) Creating a View from 3D

    10 (B) Creating a View from 3D

    11- Creating an Auxiliary View

    12 (A) Creating an Offset Section View And Cut

    12 (B) Creating an Offset Section View And Cut

    12 (C) Creating a Section View And Cut With Profile Defined In 3D Geometry

    13- Creating an Aligned Section View

    14- Creating a Detail View And Detail view profile

    15- Creating a Clipping View and Clipping View Profile

    16- Creating an Isometric View

    17- Creating a Broken View

    18- Creating a Breakout View

    19- Creating Views via the Wizard

    20- View Update Reporting

    21 (A) Creating a View using Generative View Styles

    21 (B) Applying the Generative Style of a View to Another View


    3-1-2-2 Dimensions

    1 (A) Generating Dimensions in One Shot

    1 (B) Filtering Dimension Generation

    2- Generating Dimensions Semi-Automatically

    3- Analyzing Generated Dimensions

    4- Positioning Dimensions (View per View)

    5- Analyzing Interfering Dimensions

    6- Driving 3D Constraints via Generated Dimensions

    7- Creating Associative Thread Dimensions


    3-1-2-3 Operations And Manipulation

    1- Moving a View

    2 (A) Aligning Views Using Elements

    2 (B) Superposing Views

    2 (C) Setting Relative View Position

    3- Positioning a View Independently of its Reference View

    4- Locating Reference And Resulting Views

    5- Isolating Generated Views

    6- Restoring Deleted Generated Elements

    7- Locking a View

    8- Scaling a View

    9- Renaming a View

    10- Modifying a View Projection Plane

    11- Generating a Bill of Material

    12- Generating Balloons on a View

    13- Showing Geometry in Views

    14- Modifying The Callout

    15- Overloading Element Properties

    16- Modifying a Pattern

    17- Duplicating Generative Geometry

    18- Modifying a View's Links

    19- Applying a View's Links to Another view


    3-2 Interactive Drafting
    3-2-1 Quick Course

    1- Using Standard-Defined Styles

    2- Creating Views

    3- Creating Geometry Using Folding Lines

    4- Creating a Multiple View Projection

    5- Reframing a View


    3-2-2 Detailed Course

    3-2-2-1 Creating

    1- Creating Detail Sheet And 2D Component

    2 (A) Creating a 2D Component instance

    2 (B) Positioning a 2D Component During The Instantiation

    2 (C) Modifying text in 2D Component Instances

    2 (D) Replacing the Reference of a 2 d Component Instance

    2 (E) Specifying annotation orientation in 2 d Component Instances

    3- Creating a Component Catalogue

    4- Re-using a 2D Component from a Catalogue

    5- Exploding a 2D Component

    6- Exposing a 2D Component from a Catalogue


    3-2-2-2 Dimensions

    3-2-2-2-1 General Dimensions

    1- Creating Dimensions

    2- Creating Half-Dimensions

    3- Creating And Modifying Angle Dimensions

    4- Creating chamfer dimensions manually

    5- Creating chamfer dimensions using chamfer detection

    6- Creating Associative Thread Dimensions

    7- Creating And Modifying Coordinate Dimensions

    8- Creating a Hole Dimension Table

    9- Creating a Points Coordinates Table

    10- Creating Radius Curvature Dimensions

    11- Creating Overall Curve Dimensions

    12- Creating Curvilinear Length Dimensions

    13 (A) Creating partial curvilinear length dimensions

    13 (B) Creating partial curvilinear length dimensions

    14- Creating Dimensions along a Reference Direction

    15- Creating Dimensions between Intersection Points

    16- Creating Dimensions between an Element and a View Axis

    17- Rerouting Dimensions

    18- Modifying the Dimension Type

    19- Interrupting Extension Lines

    20 (A) Modifying the Dimension Value Text Position

    20 (B) Specifying the Dimension Value Position

    21- Modifying the Dimension Line Location

    22 (A) Adding Text Before And After the Dimension Value

    22 (B) Modifying the Dimension Overrun And Blanking

    23 (A) Lining up Dimensions

    23 (B) Lining up Dimensions

    24 (A) Creating a Geometrical Tolerance

    24 (B) Modifying a Geometrical Tolerance

    25- Creating Driving Dimensions

    26- Scaling a Dimension

    27- Creating Dimensions Without 2D representation


    3-2-2-2-2 Dimension Systems

    1- Creating Chained Dimension Systems

    2- Creating Stacked Dimension Systems

    3- Creating Cumulated Dimension Systems

    4- Modifying a Dimension System

    5- Line up Dimension Systems

    6 (A) Creating Inter-Technological Feature Dimensions

    6 (B) Creating Intra-Technological Feature Dimensions


    3-2-2-3 Annotations

    1- Setting Text Properties

    2- Creating a Free Text

    3- Creating an Associated Text

    4- Making an Existing Annotation Associative

    5- Creating a Text With Leader

    6- Adding a Leader to an Existing Annotation

    7- Handling Annotation Leaders

    8- Moving and Positioning Leader Breakpoints

    9- Adding Frames or Sub-Frames

    10- Replicating Text and Attribute

    11- Copying Graphic Properties

    12 (A) Creating a Datum Feature

    12 (B) Modifying a Datum Feature

    13- Creating And Modifying a Datum Target

    14- Creating a Balloon

    15- Creating Associative Balloons on Generated Product Views

    16- Creating a Roughness Symbol

    17 (A) Creating a Welding Symbol

    17 (B) Creating a Geometry Weld

    18- Modifying Annotation Positioning

    19 (A) Creating And Modifying a Table

    19 (B) Splitting a table

    19 (C) Inserting a view a in table

    20- Finding And Replacing Text

    21- Querying Annotation Links



    3-2-2-4 Dress Up Elements

    1 (A) Creating Centre Lines With No Reference

    1 (B) Creating Centre Lines With Reference

    1 (C) Modifying Centre Lines

    2- Creating Threads With Reference And No Reference

    3- Creating Axis Lines

    4- Creating Axis Lines and Centre Lines

    5- Creating an Area Fill

    6- Creating Arrows


    3-2-2-5 Properties, Images
    And Printing


    1- Editing Sheet Properties

    2- Editing View Properties

    3- Editing 2D Geometry Feature Properties

    4- Editing Pattern Properties

    5- Editing Annotation Font Properties

    6- Editing Text Properties

    7- Editing Dimension Text Properties

    8- Editing The Dimension Font And Value Properties

    9- Editing Dimension Extension Line And Line Properties

    10- Inserting Raster or Vector Images

    11- Editing Picture Properties

    12- Printing a Sheet


    4- Structure Analysis

    4-1 First: Quick Course

    1- Entering the Generative Structural Analysis Workbench And Quick Introduction

    4-2 Second: Detailed Course

    4-2-1 Creating (Processing)

    4-2-1-1 Inserting Analysis Cases

    1- Inserting a New Static Case

    2- Inserting a New Static Constrained Case

    3- Inserting a New Frequency Case

    4- Inserting a New Buckling Case

    5- Inserting a New Combined Case

    6- Inserting a New Envelop Case

    7- Inserting a Harmonic Dynamic Response Case

    8- Inserting a Transient Dynamic Response Case



    4-2-1-2 Modulation And
    Dynamic Response Sets


    1-1 Creating White Noise Modulation

    1-2 Importing Frequency and time Modulation

    2-1 Defining a Load Excitation Set

    2-2 Defining a Restraint Excitation Set

    2-3 Defining a Damping Set



    4-2-1-3 Model Manager
    And Adaptivity


    1-1 Creating 3D Mesh Parts

    1-2 Creating 2D Mesh Parts

    1-3 Creating 1D Mesh Parts

    1-4 Creating Local Mesh Sizes

    1-5 Creating Local Mesh Sags

    1-6 Creating 3D Properties

    1-7 Creating 2D Properties

    1-8 Importing Composite Properties

    1-9 Creating 1D Properties

    1-10 Creating Mapping Properties

    1-11 Changing Element Type

    1-12 Creating a User Material

    1-13 Applying a Material to Analysis Connections

    1-14 Modifying Material Physical Properties

    1-15 Editing a User Isotropic Material

    1-16 Checking the Model

    2-1 Creating Global Adaptivity Specifications

    2-2 Creating Local Adaptivity Specifications

    2-3 Computing with Adaptivity


    4-2-1-4 Connections

    4-2-1-4-1 Analysis Connections

    1- General Analysis Connection

    2- Point Analysis Connection

    3- Point Analysis Connection Within One Part

    4- Line Analysis Connection

    5- Line Analysis Connection Within One Part

    6- Surface Analysis Connection

    7- Surface Analysis Connection Within One Part

    8- Points to Points Analysis Connection

    9- Point Analysis Interface

    4-2-1-4-2 Creating Face To Face
    Connection Properties


    1- Creating Slider Connection Properties

    2- Creating Contact Connection Properties

    3- Creating Fastened Connection Properties

    4- Creating Fastened Spring Connection Properties

    5- Creating Pressure Fitting Connection Properties

    6- Creating Bolt Tightening Connection Properties


    4-2-1-4-3 Creating Distant
    Connection Properties


    1- Creating Rigid Connection Properties

    2- Creating Smooth Connection Properties

    3- Creating Virtual Rigid Bolt Tightening Connection Properties

    4- Creating Virtual Spring Bolt Tightening Connection Properties

    5- Creating User-Defined Connection Properties


    4-2-1-4-4 Creating Welding And Point
    Based Connection Properties


    1-1 Creating Spot Welding Connection Properties

    1-2 Creating Seam Welding Connection Properties

    1-3 Creating Surface Welding Connection Properties

    2-1 Creating Nodes to Nodes Connection Properties

    2-2 Creating Node Interface Properties


    4-2-1-5 Virtual Parts, Masses
    And Restraints


    4-2-1-5-1 Virtual Parts

    1- Creating Rigid Virtual Parts

    2- Creating Smooth Virtual Parts

    3- Creating Contact Virtual Parts

    4- Creating Rigid Spring Virtual Parts

    5- Creating Smooth Spring Virtual Parts

    6- Creating Periodicity Conditions

    4-2-1-5-2 Mass Equipments

    1- Creating Distributed Masses

    2- Creating Line Mass Densities

    3- Creating Surface Mass Densities

    4- Inertia on Virtual Part

    4-2-1-5-3 Restraints

    1- Creating Clamps

    2- Creating Surface Sliders

    3- Creating Ball Joins

    4- Creating Sliders

    5- Creating Pivots

    6- Creating Sliding Pivots

    7- Creating User-defined Restraints

    8- Creating Iso-static Restraints


    4-2-1-6 Loads

    4-2-1-6-1 Forces

    1- Creating Pressures

    2- Creating Distributed Forces

    3- Creating Moments

    4- Creating a Bearing Load

    5- Importing Forces

    6- Importing Moments


    4-2-1-6-2 Force Densities

    1- Creating Line Force Densities

    2- Creating Surface Force Densities

    3- Creating Volume Force Densities

    4- Creating Force Density

    4-2-1-6-3 Body Motion, Displacements And Temperature

    1-1 Creating Accelerations

    1-2 Creating Rotation Forces

    2- Creating Enforced Displacements

    3- Temperature

    4-2-2 Results (Post-Processing)

    4-2-2-1 Creating Groups

    1- Grouping (Points-Lines-Surfaces-Bodies-BOX and Sphere)

    2- Grouping (Points-Lines-Surfaces) by Neighbourhood

    3- Creating Groups under a Mesh Part

    4- Analyze Group

    4-2-2-2 Envelop Case Sets
    And Sensors


    1-1 Defining an Envelop Set

    1-2 Adding Envelop Types

    1-3 Editing an Envelop Type

    2-1 Creating Global Sensors

    2-2 Creating Local Sensors

    2-3 Creating Reaction Sensors


    4-2-2-3 Results Computation

    1- Permanent and Temporary External Storage

    2- Computing Objects Sets

    3- Computing Static Constrained Solutions

    4- Computing Buckling Solutions

    5- Computing Envelop Solutions

    6- Computing Harmonic Dynamic Response Solutions

    7- Computing Transient Dynamic Response Solutions


    4-2-2-4 Results Visualization

    1- Visualizing Deformations

    2- Visualizing Von Mises Stresses

    3- Visualizing Displacements

    4- Visualizing Principal Stresses

    5- Visualizing Precisions

    6- Generating Reports

    7- Reading a Historic of Computation

    8- Elfini Solver Log

    9- Animating Images

    10- Cut Plane Analysis

    11- Amplification Magnitude

    12- Creating Extrema

    13- Editing the Colour Palette

    14- Images Layout

    15- Simplifying Representation

    16- Generating Images


    4-2-2-5 Generating 2D Display

    1- Generating a 2D Display for Modulation

    2- Generating a 2D Display for Dynamic Response Solution

    3- Generating a 2D Display for Sensor

    4- Editing 2D Display Parameters


    5- DMU Realistic Rendering
    5-1 Real Time Rendering
    5-1-1 Quick Course

    1- Applying Materials And Quick Introduction


    5-1-2 Detailed Course

    5-1-2-1 Material

    1- Applying a Material

    2- Modifying Material Lighting Properties

    3- Modifying Material Texture Properties

    4- Copying Material Rendering Parameters

    5- Replacing a Material Link

    6- Finding Materials

    7- Copying And Pasting Materials Using Paste And Paste Special

    8- Defining Reflection Settings

    9- Activating And Deactivating Material Reflections

    10- Setting Priority Between a Part and a Product


    5-1-2-2 Light Source, Camera
    And Views


    1- Creating a Camera And Using the Camera Commands Toolbar

    2- Editing the View Angle

    3- Creating a Multi-View

    4-1 Creating a Light Source

    4-2 Adjusting Light Source Parameters

    4-3 Using the Light Commands Toolbar

    4-4 Creating Real Time Shadows

    4-5 Creating Object-to-Object Shadow

    5-1-2-3 Animation, Environment, Stickers And Managements

    1- Stickers

    2-1 Creating a Turntable And Create Basic Simulation

    2-2 Animating Scene Elements in a Simulation

    2-3 Using the Player

    2-4 Generating a Video

    3-1 Creating a Standard Environment

    3-2 Creating a One-Face Sphere Environment

    3-3 Defining the Wallpaper

    3-4 Configuration Of Environment Reflections

    3-5 Browsing the Scene Catalogue

    3-6 Browsing the Scene Catalogue

    4- Work on Materials and Materials Family

    5- Sending Material Texture Images


    5-2 Photo Studio

    1- Entering The Photo Studio Workbench

    2- Creating an Area Light Source

    3- Using Render Shooting

    4- Using Render Shooting And Managing the Environment

    5- Setting The Parameters To Create Shooting

    6- Defining a Scene

    7-1 Tuning Scene (Light Sources)

    7-2 Tuning Scene (Materials)


    5-3 Photo Studio Optimizer

    1- Basic Example

    2- Creating Global Illumination

    3- Creating Caustics

    4- Using Depth of Field

    5- Applying a Glow Effect

    6- Creating a Cartoon Effect

    7- The 3D Textures
     
  2. vthmnvh
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    Tài xế O-H
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    Tham gia ngày:
    7/7/10
    Số km:
    274
    Được đổ xăng:
    5
    Mã lực:
    31
    Xăng dự trữ:
    295 lít xăng
    Nhớ để nguồn khi copy bài nha bạn .
    http://viet4room.com/forum/showthread.php?t=5238
     
  3. trungtrancb
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    Tham gia ngày:
    30/10/09
    Số km:
    73
    Được đổ xăng:
    8
    Mã lực:
    26
    Xăng dự trữ:
    47 lít xăng
    pass là gì vậy mấy cụ non
     
  4. bkhn
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    Tham gia ngày:
    9/7/09
    Số km:
    585
    Được đổ xăng:
    21
    Mã lực:
    36
    Xăng dự trữ:
    -38 lít xăng
    đọc kỹ rồi hỏi!
    pass:
     
  5. tuyenctbk
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    Tham gia ngày:
    12/9/10
    Số km:
    14
    Được đổ xăng:
    0
    Mã lực:
    1
    Xăng dự trữ:
    245 lít xăng
    pass của part 15 là gì hả các bác?
    sao không giống pass các part trc :((
     
  6. maivanson_haui
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    Tài xế O-H
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    Tham gia ngày:
    30/7/09
    Số km:
    82
    Được đổ xăng:
    3
    Mã lực:
    21
    Xăng dự trữ:
    260 lít xăng
    Cái này bên Viet4room đã giải thích rồi bạn ah. Bạn check lại bên Viet4room bạn nhé.
    Thank for all!!!
     
  7. ducthanh2408
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    Tham gia ngày:
    27/5/10
    Số km:
    69
    Được đổ xăng:
    0
    Mã lực:
    21
    Xăng dự trữ:
    310 lít xăng
    cho mình hỏi tổng dung lượng trước khi giải nén ra có phải gần 5Gb không bạn?
     

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