Introduction to Solid Modeling using SolidWorks 2017

Introduction to Solid Modeling using SolidWorks 2017
اسم المؤلف
William E. Howard, Joseph C. Musto
التاريخ
11 يناير 2019
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Introduction to Solid Modeling using SolidWorks 2017
William E. Howard
East Carolina University
Joseph C. Musto
Milwaukee School of Engineering
Special Features vii
Preface ix
PArt one
learning SolIdWorkS 1
1 Basic Part Modeling techniques 3
1.1 engineering design and Solid Modeling 4
1.2 Part Modeling tutorial: Flange 5
1.3 Modifying the Flange 25
1.4 using dimensions and Sketch relations 30
1.5 A Part created with revolved Geometry 35
Problems 49
2 engineering drawings 55
2.1 drawing tutorial 55
2.2 creating a drawing Sheet Format 71
2.3 creating an edrawing 77
Problems 82
3 Additional Part Modeling
techniques 85
3.1 Part Modeling tutorial: Wide-Flange Beam
Section 86
3.2 Part Modeling tutorial: Bracket 94
3.3 Sharing and displaying the Solid Model 108
Problems 112
4 Advanced Part Modeling 119
4.1 A lofted and Shelled Part 119
4.2 Parts created with Swept
Geometry 130
4.3 A Part created with a 3-d Sketch as the
Sweep Path 135
Problems 142
5 Parametric Modeling techniques 151
5.1 Modeling tutorial: Molded Flange 152
5.2 creation of Parametric equations 165
5.3 Modeling tutorial: cap Screw with design
table 169
5.4 Incorporating a design table in a
drawing 176
Problems 184
6 creation of Assembly Models 191
6.1 creating the Part Models 191
6.2 creating a Simple Assembly of Parts 196
6.3 Adding Features at the Assembly level 205
6.4 Adding Fasteners to the Assembly 207
6.5 creating an exploded View 212
Problems 217
c o n t e n t S
v7 Advanced Assembly
operations 227
7.1 creating the Part Models 227
7.2 creating a complex Assembly of
Subassemblies and Parts 228
7.3 detecting Interferences and collisions 234
Problems 236
8 Assembly drawings 239
8.1 creating an Assembly drawing 239
8.2 Adding an exploded View 241
8.3 creating a Bill of Materials 244
Problems 248
PArt tWo
Applications of SolIdWorkS 251
9 Generation of 2-d layouts 253
9.1 A Simple Floor Plan layout 253
9.2 Finding the Properties of 2-d Shapes 266
Problems 271
10 Solution of Vector Problems 275
10.1 Vector Addition 275
10.2 Vector Addition with SolIdWorkS 276
10.3 Modifying the Vector Addition drawing 278
10.4 Further Solution of Vector equations 281
10.5 kinematic Sketch of a Simple
Mechanism 284
Problems 292
11 Analysis of Mechanisms 295
11.1 Approaching Mechanism design with
SolIdWorkS Assemblies 296
11.2 development of Part Models of links 297
11.3 development of the Assembly Model of the
Four-Bar linkage 300
11.4 creating Simulations and Animation with a
Motion Study 304
11.5 Investigating Mechanism design 309
Problems 315
12 design of Molds and Sheet Metal
Parts 325
12.1 A Simple two-Part Mold 325
12.2 A core-and-cavity Mold 330
12.3 A Sheet Metal Part 338
Problems 347
13 the use of SolIdWorkS to Accelerate
the Product development cycle 351
13.1 Additive Manufacturing 352
13.2 Finite element Analysis 357
13.3 Product data Management 358
13.4 Some Final thoughts 360
APPendIx
A recommended Settings 361
A.1 System Settings 361
A.2 Part Settings 362
A.3 drawing Settings 365
A.4 Assembly Settings 366
A.5 Backing up and transferring Settings 367
A.6 Summary of recommended Settings 369
B the SolIdWorkS Interface:
use and customization 371
Index 381
vi contentsvii
deSIGn Intent
Planning the Model 18
Selecting a Modeling Technique 24
Planning for Other Uses of the Model 40
Choosing the Initial Sketch Plane 42
Keeping It Simple 46
Exploiting Associativity 62
Symmetry in Modeling 106
Planning an Assembly Model 198
Part-Level and Assembly-Level Features 208
Manufacturing Considerations 214
Assembly-Level Dimensions 242
Future Study
Dynamics (Kinetics) 47
Manufacturing Processes, Geometric
Dimensioning and Tolerancing,
and Metrology 67
Industrial Design 129
Industrial Engineering 265
Mechanics of Materials 269
Machine Dynamics and Machine Design 310
Materials and Processes 337
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