Lab HW #2
Assignment: Create the following parts with SolidWorks.
Due: Start of next class. Late assignments will not be accepted.
Remember:
Plan ahead.
Minimize your work.
Fully define your sketches.
Chapter 2
Computer Aided Design and Manufacturing
2.1 INTRODUCTION
Computer-aided design (CAD) has revolutionized the procedures used in conceptualizing
and designing mechanical parts, electrical netw
Chapter 3
Transformation and Manipulation of Objects
3.1 Introduction
Geometrical representation of objects on a CAD workstation is based on computer graphics. Computer graphics
is defined as the gene
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ME 447: Intro to CAD
Prof: Dr. Amirouche.
Midterm Solution
Fall-2004
Problem 1:
PARAMETRIC DESIGN: In a parametric design, the engineer selects a set of
geometric constraints that can be applied for c
ME 447 Exam 1 Fall 2010 Solutions
9/29/2010
Problem #1 (10 points)
Define Parametric and Variational Design. Provide Examples and details on how these
methods work. Answers will vary
Problem #2 (30 po
Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering
ME447 Introduction to Computer Aided Design
Inst. F. Amirouche
Homework: Parametric Modeling
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Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering
ME447 Introduction to Computer Aided Design
Inst. F. Amirouche
Homework: Parametric Modeling
Due on 09/16/2015 in class
Any questions email the TA B
Chapter 1
Historical Perspective on Digital Computers
1.1 INTRODUCTION
Even the wisest of visionaries could not have foreseen the scope of computers role in
engineering at the end of the twentieth cen
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Sample Problems with solution
Prepared by. F. Amirouche
Problem 1:
The following data points
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mechanical experiment. Derive the parametric cubic spline P(t
Computer Aided Design and
Manufacturing
2.1 INTRODUCTION
2.2 CONVENTIONAL APPROACH TO DESIGN
2.3 DESCRIPTION OF THE DESIGN PROCESS
1.
Problem definition
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Conceptualization
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ME 447 Introduction to CAD
HW 9
Due Fri. April 15 midnight
Reminder: Submit your HW online to Blackboard by midnight. The problems from lecture
should be a high quality scan (pdf file, no
CHAPTER 8
TRUSSES-A Finite Element Approach
8.1 Introduction to truss analysis
Trusses are used in many engineering applications including bridges, buildings, and
towers and support structures. In a t
Chapter 4
Description of Curves and Surfaces
It should be noted that it is difficult to build an elaborate system mentally without
the use of computers. In engineering, sketching is a thing of the pas
ME 447 Exam 1 Fall 2010 Solutions
9/29/2010
Problem #1 (10 points)
Define Parametric and Variational Design. Provide Examples and details on how these
methods work. Answers will vary
Problem #2 (30 po
Chapter 7
Introduction to Finite Element Method
7.1
INTRODUCTION
The finite-element method (FEM), praised by many engineers as the best thing to
happen since computers, is essentially a technique that
Hermite Spline (ME447)
Submitted by: Pr. Farid. Amirouche
Note: Please see below the solution to a hermite problem showing all the steps.
Please keep in mind in lieu of some of the feedback I received
ME 447 : Computer Aided Design
Instructor : Dr Amirouche
Fall 2010
Chapter 3 :Transformation and Manipulation of Objects
Hand Out : 3D Transformation matrices
Please use this note to review Chapter 3
ME447: Homework 8 - Solutions
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