Conditional Relationships - 04

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Conditional Relationships Theory Exam Wed! (March 10, 2004) Mid-Project Due Wed! (March 10, 2004)
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Relations Established between dimensional values Outside of Sketch mode, the Relations command that is found under the Part menu is used to establish relationships between any two of a part In Assembly mode, the Relations option can be used to establish relationships between dimensions from different parts Conditional Relationships
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Relations Most algebraic operators and functions can be used to define a relation. Most comparison operators can also be used. All trig functions use degrees. Conditional Relationships
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Conditional Relationships
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Conditional Statements
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Unformatted text preview: Use these to help capture design intent A conditional relation is defined between an IF statement and an ENDIF statement An ELSE statement can be used between the IF and ENDIF Conditional Relationships IF d0<=10 (Line 1) p0=4 (Line 2) d5=90 (Line 3) ELSE (Line 4) p0=6 (Line 5) d5=60 (Line 6) ENDIF (Line 7) d3=d0-2 (Line 8) If the flange diameter is less than or equal to 10, the number of holes is equal to 4 and the angular spacing between each hole is 90 degrees; else, the number of holes is equal to 6 and the angular spacing is equal to 60 degrees. In Plain English Conditional Relationships DEMO Conditional Relationships...
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This note was uploaded on 02/29/2012 for the course MFET 311 taught by Professor Dannywittenborn during the Spring '04 term at Purdue University-West Lafayette.

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