CAE

  • Multiple Contours DisplayCategory: ANALYSISCreated: 22 Jul 2014Description: This dialog enables the user to manage the display of multiple contours. This dialog box is accessible from the Customize menu and from the Analysis menu (Result Analysis sub-menu). In the Analysis menu, the user can only visualize pre-selected contours whereas in the Customize menu, he can manage their creation, deletion, etc… The Multiple Contours Display dialog box Pre-selection of contou ...
  • Change Component TaperCategory: User Interface ReferenceCreated: 21 Jul 2014Description: The "Change Taper" tool will change the component taper ratio by adding or subtracting an increment to the local chord length at each edge such that the tip edge has a chord equal to the chord of the root edge multiplied by the taper ratio. For all intermediate edges, the increment is interpolated along the ordinate axis defined by the inboard and outboard edges. The chord is added equally in ...

 

Chemistry

 

CAM

  • Note/Label properties dialog boxCategory: Analyzing geometryCreated: 23 Jul 2014Description:   Use this dialog box to view read-only properties for note and label drafting entity types. Use the buttons in this dialog box to quickly edit text, show or hide leader lines, or, to display the Drafting ribbon bar and edit the entity in the graphics window. You can also edit the level, color, and line width entity attributes. For more information on editing attribute fields and an ...
  • Slant Art surface parameters dialog boxCategory: Art Surface ModelingCreated: 21 Jul 2014Description:   Use this dialog box to transform the orientation of all surface operations in the entire Art model by slanting them on the X axis, Y axis, or in both axes. The transformation maintains the overall aspect ratio of the Art model. The examples below show different slant Art surface operations applied to the same Art model as indicated. N ...

 

Petroleum

  • Jet Pump Design Select EquipmentCategory: Artificial Lift DesignCreated: 23 Jul 2014Description:   The final step of the design consists of choosing a pump from the database which matched the Desired parameters determined in the pump calculation. Selecting different pumps will display in the green table the characteristic parameters (pump intake pressure and rate, etc.). Choose the pump that better fits the data reported in the Desired column.     The robustness of the first p ...
  • Grid ExportCategory: Grid MenuCreated: 22 Jul 2014Description: This dialog allows you to export grid data from SeisWare into other packages. How to Export a Grid Select the grid(s) for export. Set the output format. Give the Output File a name. Note: By default, the export goes into your project folder. Use the "..." button to change this location. Click Ok to create the output file. General Info ...

 

CAD

  • Active/ Rename/ DeleteCategory: MenuCreated: 23 Jul 2014Description:   The actions Active, Rename and Delete can be executed in the following manner: ·Menu Project | Selected Component ·Context menu of the corresponding component left in the component list in panel Components ·Context menu of the corresponding component right in the meridional preview    Ü Project | Selected Component | Active   By activating or deactivating ...
  • BendingCategory: DesigningCreated: 22 Jul 2014Description: Use the Bend tool to bend straight lines and edges to form an arc. You can also use the Bend tool to adjust the radius of arcs and arced edges. Bend works on straight lines when you are sketching and when you are editing in cross-section. You can insert a point curve text file to make a complicated bend. To bend a line or edge Click Bend in the Sketch group or press B. If you are ...

 

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  • Uncoated (Bare) SurfacesCategory: CoatingsCreated: 23 Jul 2014Description: Description How Do I Get There? Dialog box and Controls Application Notes See Also...   Description Uncoated (Bare) Surfaces The Uncoated (Bare) coating type in FRED has no user entries. When a ray intersects an Uncoated surface, FRED calculates the Fresnel reflection and transmission coefficients based on the refractive index change, angle of incidence, and wavelength. Refrac ...
  • Applying the registrationCategory: Mimics MenusCreated: 22 Jul 2014Description: When you have placed at least 3 landmark points and you have chosen your fusion method, you can apply the registration. Mimics will then create a new Mimics project that is as big as Dataset 1. Dataset 2 will be resliced and registered and the part intersecting with Dataset 1 will be fused with Dataset 1.  
  • 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 ...
  • Basic Script EditorCategory: VBA LanguageCreated: 22 Jul 2014Description: The basic script editor is composed of a window containing an area with a white background in which you can edit codes, plus a series of commands as described below. The window can be resized and the possibility to open more than one window at the same time also permits you to quickly carry out Copy&Paste operations from different projects. To open the editor just click on the Basic ...
  • GUI StyleCategory: 2D ModeCreated: 20 Jul 2014Description: Clicking on the Tools/GUI Style menu item displays the list of visual styles available in the Editor. Switching between the options in the GUI Style list affects the visual style (shape, color, etc.) of the toolbars and menus.   To change the visual style of the Editor 1.Click on the Tools/GUI Style menu item - this displays the list of available visual styles.2.Choose one of the styles by ...
  • Fuel ConsumptionCategory: The Equipment DatabaseCreated: 23 Jul 2014Description: The Fuel Consumption data is used to calculate the average fuel consumption of the truck. Click here for an explanation of how the average fuel consumption is determined. The fuel consumption is entered as a curve where the consumption at various engine loads are defined.  A load factor of 0 represents idle and a load factor of 100% represents the engine at maximum power. The ne ...

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