CAD Systems in Mechanical and Production Engineering

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Industrial Press Inc., 1990 - Computers - 177 pages
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Using practical examples and illustrations, this book explains the application of CAD systems to mechanical and production engineering. It fully describes the various elements that make up the CAD function and explains how they fit together and interact with other parts of the computer integrated system, particularly in relation to production. All important aspects of CAD are considered, including software drafting systems, three-dimensional modelers, finite element analysis packages, and database systems.
 

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Contents

Problems
9
Output devices
17
Input devices
29
Storage
35
Processors
41
Software
48
Threedimensional modeling systems
70
Finite element analysis
87
Problems
100
Transformations
110
Achieving realism
126
System ease of use
139
Problems
146
MAP and TOP
157
Problems
167
Index
175

Database management systems
94

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