Published December 1993
by Springer-Verlag Berlin and Heidelberg GmbH & Co. K .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||446|
The Paperback of the CAD Geometry Data Exchange Using STEP: Realisation of Interface Processors by Helmut J. Helpenstein at Barnes & Noble. FREE Due to . Webcat Plus: CAD geometry data exchange using STEP: realisation of interface processors, With increasing demand for data exchange in computer integrated manufacturing, a neutral connection between dissimilar systems is needed. After a few national and European attempts, a worldwide standardization of product data has been developed. Get this from a library! CAD geometry data exchange using STEP: realisation of interface processors. [H J Helpenstein;]. Over the years , project CADEX (CAD geometry data EXchange) worked out application protocols as a contribution to STEP; developed a software toolkit that reads, writes, and manipulates STEP data; and, based on this toolkit, implemented data exchange processors for ten different CAD and FEA systems.
Over the years , project CADEX (CAD geometry data EXchange) worked out application protocols as a contribution to STEP, developed a software toolkit that reads, writes, and manipulates STEP data, and, based on this toolkit, implemented data exchange processors for ten different CAD and FEA systems. This book reports the work done in project CADEX and describes all its results in Author: H. Helpenstein. ESPRIT Project , "CAD Interfaces", has been established to define the most important interfaces in CAD/CAM systems for data exchange, data base, finite element analysis, experimental analysis, and advanced modeling. The definitions of these interfaces are being elaborated in harmony with international standardization efforts in this field. IDEALIZATION OF CAD GEOMETRY USING DESIGN AND ANALYSIS INTEGRATION FEATURES MODELS M. Hamdi 1, N. Aifaoui 1 and A. Benamara 1 1Laboratoire de Génie Mécanique, Ecole Nationale d’Ingénieurs de Monastir, Av. Ibn Eljazzar, Monastir, Tunisie. ABSTRACT The numerical simulation using Finite Element (FE) method is a main activity in the. In , the International Standards Organisation will publicly present a technical proposal for a part of Version of Step, the international standard for external representation of product data. Step provides advanced methods for product-model specification and for the realization of high-quality data-exchange processes. The main obstacles to the integration of CAD/CAM systems are the Cited by:
It is difficult to access and share design data among heterogeneous CAD systems. Usually different CAD systems exchange design data using a neutral format such as IGES or STEP. During the course of engineering analysis there are many information flows which would benefit from the availability of neutral file exchange. The group who have developed this guide are primarily involved in the Computer-Aided Design (CAD) to Finite Element interface. However, the parts of STEP which cover FE data are not yet at International. Data Exchange between CAD/CAE/CAM Systems Driving Forces for CAD/CAM Data • The user interface is not as simple as “put IGES” and “get IGES.” 9 STEP (Standard for the Transfer and Exchange of Product Model Data) • an ISO standard for the exchange of product data. • The goal of this standard is to enable the. CAD-geometry and solid modelling concepts (CSG, B-rep) as well as current CAx exchange formats (STEP, IGES, DXF, SET). Special attention is devoted to STEP; the ISO STandard for the Exchange of Product data (ISO) which addresses industry needs for data sharing between CAx applications and storage of product Size: 28KB.