Curves Ch. 6
Objectives: Geometric modelling and modelling entities. Implicit and parametric equations of curves. Curve properties. Analytic and synthetic curves. Curve manipulations.
ENGR3030U
Fall 2009
George Platanitis, Ph.D, P.Eng.
Introduction
Why st
ENGR3030U Engineering Graphics and Design
George Platanitis, Ph.D, P.Eng. Course Instructor
September 10 December 9, 2009 14 Weeks
ENGR3200U Fall
George Platanitis, Ph.D.,
Course Objectives
Defining CAD/CAM/CAE systems Use CAD/CAM/CAE in case studies. Gra
Finite Element Method Ch. 17
Objectives: Why the finite element method? Procedure of the finite element method. FEA and FEM. Preprocessors: mesh generation. Postprocessors: results display. Understanding the results. How CAD systems facilitate both FEA an
NURBS Ch. 8
Objectives: Modelling and basics (knot vectors and weights). Curves, lines, arcs and circles. Surfaces, including bilinear and ruled.
ENGR3030U
Fall 2009
George Platanitis, Ph.D, P.Eng.
Introduction
NURBS Nonuniform rational B-splines used alm
Surfaces Ch. 7
Objectives: Surfaces and solid modelling. Surface entities. Surface properties. Extending curves to surfaces and surface parametric equations. Analytic and parametric surfaces. Surface manipulations.
ENGR3030U
Fall 2009
George Platanitis, P
Rapid Prototyping and Manufacturing Ch. 12
Objectives: Specific Rapid Prototyping and Manufacturing processes. RP&M applications. Stereolithography processes. Software technology used in RP&M.
ENGR3030U
Fall 2009
George Platanitis, Ph.D, P.Eng.
Overview
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Solids Ch. 9 Features Ch. 10, Mass Properties Ch. 15
Objectives: Geometry and topology. Primitives and their manipulation. Half spaces. Constructive solid geometry (CSG). Boundary representation (B-rep). Sweeps.
ENGR3030U
Fall 2009
George Platanitis, Ph.D
Engineering Drawings Ch. 4 Modeling Aids and Tools Ch. 3
Objectives: Engineering drawings. CAD drawings and CAD views. Title block, dimensioning, tolerances. Notes and labels. Manufacturing information. Geometric modifiers.
ENGR3030U
Fall 2009
George Plat
3D Modelling and Viewing Ch. 2 Visualization Ch. 13
Objectives:
Geometric model terminology. Coordinate systems. Entities and features. Model transformations between coordinate systems (Ch. 12). System modes. Device drivers and graphics libraries. Model v
Graphics Display Ch. 11
Objectives:
Hardware components of CAD/CAM/CAE systems. CRT, Raster, and Flat Panel displays. Analog and digital flat panel displays. Software components and general descriptions of CAD/CAM/ CAE software.
ENGR3030U ENGR3030U
Fall 2
Introduction Ch. 1
Objectives:
Overview of theory and practice of CAD/CAM. Product lifecycle and scope of CAD/CAM. CAD/CAM systems. CAD/CAM applications. CAD terminology and basic features.
ENGR3030U
Fall 2009
George Platanitis, Ph.D, P.Eng.
Introduction
ENGR3190U Manufacturing & Production Systems October 17, 2006 Today's Lecture 1. Machining operations & machine tools calculations 2. CNC Programming Mill (G-codes) handouts to be given in class Reminder: Midterm Tuesday Oct. 24, 8:30am 11am Midterm lengt
Finite-Element Modelling and Analysis Ch. 8
Objectives: Formulations of Finite-Element Methods (FEM). Finite-Element Modelling and mesh generation (several approaches). Case Study.
Introduction to Finite-Element Analysis (FEA)
CAE software used to analyze
Representation and Manipulation of Curves Ch. 6
Objectives: Types of curve equations. Conic sections. Hermite curves. Bezier and B-spline curves. Nonuniform rational B-spline (NURBS) curve. Interpolation curves and Intersection of curves.
Types of Curve E