Getting_Started_with_CES_EduPack_2010

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Overview of CES EduPack 2010 Three levels of database, from an introductory teaching resource to a comprehensive project tool covering 3,000 materials. Introduce key concepts in eco design and sustainabilty. Explore ‘what if’ design scenarios. Textbook-style explanations with further reading references to books by Ashby, Askeland, Callister, Shackelford and more... Use CES Constructor to build your own databases. Apply CES Selector and GRANTA MI for advanced teaching, research, and industry. Editions for design, eco design, polymers, aerospace, bio engineering, architecture and the built environment. Unique tools to compare and analyze properties and to select materials and processes. Materials and Process Information Specialist Databases Interactive Materials Property Charts Eco Audit Tool Science Notes Advanced Software
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Cambridge University New Graph stage Limit stage Tree stage Browse Search Select Print Search web y t r e p o r P Density Modulus Strength T-conduction Min Max 2 100 10 200 Choose data-table: materials, processes ... Join Shape Surface Cast Deform Mold Composite Powder Prototype Process Version MFA 10 Getting Started with CES EduPack 1 M A T E R I A L I N S P I R A T I O N
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Getting started with CES EduPack These exercises give an easy way to learn to use the CES EduPack software. The comprehensive CES Help file within the software gives more detailed guidance. Thumbnail sketch of CES EduPack The CES EduPack software has three Levels of Database. Coverage Content Level 1 Around 70 of the most widely used materials drawn from the classes: metals, polymers, ceramics, composites, foams, and natural materials. Around 70 of the most widely used processes. A description, an image of the material in a familiar product, typical applications, and limited data for mechanical, thermal, and electrical properties, using rankings where appropriate. Level 2 Around 100 of the most widely used materials. Around 110 of the most commonly used processes. All the content of Level 1, supplemented by more extensive numerical data, design guidelines, ecological properties, and technical notes. Level 3 The core database contains more than 3,000 materials, including those in Levels 1 and 2. Specialist editions covering aerospace, polymers, architecture, bio-materials, and eco- design are also available. Extensive numerical data for all materials, allowing the full power of the CES selection system to be deployed. When the software opens you are asked to choose a Level. Chose Level 1 to start with. At each Level there are a number of Data Tables. The most important are: Materials, Shaping Processes, Joining Processes, and Surface Treatment. Each of the three levels can be interrogated by BROWSING Exploring the database and retrieving records via a hierarchical index.
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