ENGI 7962 Final Exam
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MEMORIAL UNIVERSITY OF NEWFOUNDLAND
FACULTY OF ENGINEERING AND APPLIED SCIENCE
ENGI 7962 COMPUTER-AIDED ENGINEERING
Date: July 31, 2007
Time: 9:00 11:30 pm
Instructor: A. Fisher
Instructions: Do all questions (marks indi
ENGI 7962 Final Exam
Name & ID#: _
MEMORIAL UNIVERSITY OF NEWFOUNDLAND
FACULTY OF ENGINEERING AND APPLIED SCIENCE
ENGI 7962 COMPUTER-AIDED ENGINEERING
Date: August 4, 2009
Time: 9:00 11:30 pm
Instructor: A. Fisher
Instructions: Do all questions (marks ind
Mechanical Engineering 7962
Computer-Aided Engineering
COURSE OUTLINE - May 2011
Instructor:
Andy Fisher, P.Eng.
Office: EN4019
Phone: 864-8813
E-mail: [email protected]
Course Description:
The objective of this course is to introduce senior engineering stu
ENGI 7962
Computer Aided Engineering
Project #1
Modeling of A Gear Pump
The objective of the project is to design a simple, but functional, gear pump. Design
calculations are to be sufficient to assure the design could be functional but optimization of th
ENGR7962 Computer-Aided Engineering
Project #4 (to be completed in Mini-Baja teams)
Finite Element Analysis
SolidWorks is capable of FEA analysis using CosmosWorks tools. In order to fully explore this
tool and to confirm that it matches up with our under
ENGR7962 Computer-Aided Engineering
Project #3 (to be completed in groups of 2)
Motion Analysis
SolidWorks is capable of complex motion analysis using CosmosMotion tools. This is a
software tool that has embedded the principles of kinematics and kinetics
ENGI 7962
Computer Aided Engineering
B-Spline Example:
Find the equation of a cubic B-Spline defined by the following four control points.
P0 = [2 2 0]T
P1 = [2 3 0]T
P2 = [3 3 0]T
P3 = [3 2 0]T
Geometric Modeling Systems
Wireframe Modeling
use lines/curves and points for 2D or 3D
lines/curves and points for 2D or 3D
largely replaced by surface and solid models
Surface Modeling
Modeling
wireframe information plus surface definitions
support
6/26/2009
COMPUTER AIDED
ENGINEERING
Course no. 7962
Finite Element Modelling and Simulation
Part-2
Mathematical Background of Finite Element (contd.)
Mathematical Background of Finite Element
Using the finite element method, the solution domain is discre
6/26/2009
COMPUTER AIDED
ENGINEERING
Course no. 7962
Finite Element Modelling and Simulation
Part-1
Modeling & Simulation (contd.)
Simulation
Computerized version of the model which is run over time
to study the implications of the defined interactions.
O
6/26/2009
Geometric Modeling Systems
Wireframe Modeling
use lines/curves and points for 2D or 3D
largely replaced by surface and solid models
replaced by surface and solid models
Surface Modeling
wireframe information plus surface definitions
suppor