CAE

  • Advanced Parameters of Mesh Size WizardCategory: GEOMETRYCreated: 25 Mar 2015Description: The advanced parameters set in this dialog are used by the mesh size wizard available from the Surface Blank editor.     The data set here are: -         Maximal initial mesh size: the value is the limit of the initial size to be used. It is set in configuration. Default value is 25.   -     &nbsp ...
  • Break FaceCategory: SpecialCreated: 23 Mar 2015Description:   Break Face Refer to Geometry | Face | Break Face

 

Chemistry

  • L/D 360-degree twistCategory: ConvectionCreated: 29 Mar 2015Description: Specifies longitudinal length for one complete rotation of twisted tape divided by width of the tape (L/D). Required: Yes (for twisted tape inserts) Units: None Defaul ...
  • Bank fin codeCategory: Geometry input panel groupCreated: 29 Mar 2015Description: Sets fin geometric input for high-finned tubes from Xace's internal databank, which contains actual fin dimensions from various tube manufacturers. Select a databank type and tube dimensions. OR Enter all fin geometry values. You can override any values that Xace inserts as a result o ...

 

CAM

  • Rev2Rev C-HookCategory: Customizing Mastercam with C-Hooks and NET-HooksCreated: 28 Mar 2015Description: Use this C-Hook to convert a single surface to a new surface whose patches are created from a fixed number of patches that you specify (in U and V) rather than from a chordal deviation. This is useful for reverse engineered surfaces, such as those made from a scanning or digitizing process. These surfaces typically have a very large number of patches and some noise. This C-Hook can drastic ...
  • Analyze chain dialog boxCategory: Analyzing geometryCreated: 28 Mar 2015Description:   Use this dialog box to identify problems—such as overlapping entities, direction reversals, and short entities—that you want Mastercam to look for in selected chains. Learn more about... Chaining Tips for chaining Chain Manager Using the Analyze function    

 

Petroleum

  • Creating LogsCategory: TutorialCreated: 29 Mar 2015Description: The most common types of logs that are created are depth logs and line/symbol logs. Data are immediately associated with the log when creating log items in active mode, providing an immediate image representing the log. This section will use the previously loaded data file to create a line/symbol and depth log. Another table will be loaded while creating a zone bar log.   To creat ...
  • Zoom OutCategory: EditingCreated: 28 Mar 2015Description: Click the View | Zoom | Out command, click the button, or press CTRL+- on the keyboard to decrease the magnification of the view window.   Exit Zoom Mode Click on another tool button or press the ESC key to end zoom mode.   Zoom with a Wheel Mouse You can use a wheel mouse to zoom in/out and pan in the view window. Rotate the wheel forward to zoom in, or rotate the wheel ba ...

 

CAD

  • Meridional contourCategory: ImpellerCreated: 27 Mar 2015Description:   Ü Impeller | Meridional contour   The design of the meridional contour is the second important step to design the impeller.   Graphical elements can be manipulated not only by the computer mouse per drag and drop but also by using context menus. To this end a right click on the appropriate element is necessary. Doing so the mode of the leading edge can be changed as well as ...
  • Moving symmetricallyCategory: EditingCreated: 26 Mar 2015Description: Show All / Hide All Linkblock Use the Symmetric Move option in the Move tool to move objects relative to each other about a plane as if they are mirrored objects but without the need to create a mirror association between the objects. Unlike the Mirror tool, the Symmetric move option can be used to move dissimilar geometry as well as similar. You can use this option with an a ...

 

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  • Position Spot DiagramCategory: Menu CommandsCreated: 25 Mar 2015Description: Description How Do I Get There? Dialog box and Controls Application Notes Examples   Description Position Spot Diagram This command generates a ray position spot diagram based on the rays filtered by the user selected analysis plane.   The axes of the position spot diagram represent the local X and Y axes of the analysis plane regardless of where the rays are positio ...
  • Supported element typesCategory: Mimics ModulesCreated: 20 Mar 2015Description: The Mimics FEA module supports two types of elements: SOLID72 (linear tetrahedron) SOLID92 (quadratic tetrahedron)   If you require other elements types, please let us know and we will try implement those elements in our future releases.  
  • Vibration EquationsCategory: Vibration EquationCreated: 25 Jan 2014Description: Vibration Equations This dialog defines the equations for calculating blasting induced vibration. A vibration equation is defined by: Type of equation Name (Is initially set to equation type, but can be changed as wanted) K - (Site Parameter) c - (Rock Mass Parameter) a - (Charge Exponent) b - (Damping Exponent) Damping exponent is also possible to calculate from vibration measureme ...
  • Editing General InformationCategory: Movicon CECreated: 29 Mar 2015Description: When creating projects for the Windows CE you need to take into account the  differences there are compared to the Win32/64 platform version. The main difference is that the devices taken on board Windows CE are divided into two different categories:   Pocket-PC SSDK or HPC2000   The Pocket-PC, also called palmtops, are rather small and have RAM memory storage. ...
  • Trace intoCategory: Scripter StudioCreated: 25 Mar 2015Description: Clicking on the Run/Trace into menu item provides for line-by-line script execution. When using the Trace into feature the Scripter Studio executes line-by-line the procedures/functions called from the procedure/function being debugged.   To execute a procedure/function line-by-line with entering the called procedures/functions 1.Use the Toggle breakpoint feature to add a breakpoint inside ...
  • TitleCategory: Haul CycleCreated: 16 Mar 2015Description: The segment title is a description of the haul segment. The titles help you identify the segments when editing or reversing haul cycle information. They are also a useful tool for documenting project assumptions and/or data. We strongly recommend that you take the time to fill in the segment titles with meaningful descriptions.

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