Essentials of Pro/Engineer (PAP/CDR)

Essentials of Pro/Engineer (PAP/CDR)

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  • 製本 Paperback:紙装版/ペーパーバック版/ページ数 192 p.
  • 言語 ENG,ENG
  • 商品コード 9780534378646
  • DDC分類 620.0042

Full Description


The book provides self-guided tutorial notes that walk students through the essentials of using Pro/E software in engineering design. While many Pro/E books cover every feature of the software package, this book simply teaches the most commonly used commands and techniques. The authors also provide offers direction to students who may need to learn more advanced features of Pro/E or other CAD packages. While Pro/E and other CAD software companies have been developing new releases on an annual basis, Haik and Kilani focus most of their teaching on the basic material that does not change from release to release. With this approach, students will have command of the basic powers of Pro/E, but not need to purchase a new book with every new version of Pro/E..

Table of Contents

  What Is Pro/E?                                   1  (2)
Objectives: Why Learn This? 1 (1)
Information 1 (2)
Getting Familiar with Pro/E 3 (28)
Lesson Objective 3 (1)
Starting and Working with Pro/E 3 (1)
Giving Commands 4 (1)
Opening an Existing Part 5 (1)
Controlling Environment Variables 6 (1)
Controlling Hidden Line Display 6 (1)
Obtaining a Shaded Image of Your Part 7 (1)
Specifying the Default View Projection 7 (1)
Using the View Options 7 (1)
Zooming In and Out 8 (1)
Interactive Zooming, Panning, and Spinning 8 (1)
Repainting the View 9 (1)
Orienting the Model Accurately 10 (1)
Orthographic Views 10 (1)
Obtaining Principal Orthographic Projections 11 (1)
Naming and Saving Views 12 (1)
Using the Query Sel Option 12 (2)
Accurate Orientation 14 (1)
Generating Isometric Views 15 (1)
Engineering Drawings 16 (3)
Inquiring about Your Model 19 (1)
Modifying Dimensions and Examining 20 (2)
Relational Constraints
Adding Features to Your Part 22 (1)
Specifying the Sketching Plane and the 22 (1)
Sketching Reference Plane
Drawing Your Sketch 23 (1)
Aligning Your Sketch to the Part 24 (1)
Examining Sketcher Assumptions 24 (1)
Adding Dimensions to Your Sketch 25 (1)
Building Relations and Parametric Study 26 (5)
Creating Simple Parts 31 (40)
Objectives 31 (1)
Naming the New Part 31 (1)
Datum Planes and Datum Axes 32 (1)
Default Datum Planes 32 (1)
Default Coordinate Systems 33 (1)
Feature-Based Modeling 33 (1)
Protrusion 34 (5)
Extrusion 34 (2)
Creating Sketch Geometry 36 (1)
Sketch Alignment 37 (1)
Sketch Dimensions 38 (1)
Modifying Values 38 (1)
Summary 39 (1)
Protrusion Example Using the Intent Manager 39 (5)
Making the Base Section 40 (4)
Adding Depth 44 (1)
A Worked Exercise 44 (2)
A Revolved Protrusion 46 (2)
Protrusion Sweeps 48 (1)
A Worked Example of Sweeps 49 (3)
Protrusion Blend 52 (3)
A Worked Example of Blending 55 (1)
Smooth Rotational Blends 56 (4)
A Shaft Feature 60 (1)
Patterned Features 61 (1)
A Worked Example of a Pattern 62 (1)
Fillets and Rounds 63 (1)
A Grouped Pattern 64 (1)
A Worked Example Using Fillets, Rounds, and 65 (1)
Groups
Review Exercise 66 (5)
Material Removal Operations 71 (22)
Objectives 71 (1)
Creating Cuts 71 (5)
Worked Example: Extruded Cuts 71 (2)
Exercise: Using Revolved Cuts 73 (1)
Exercise: Using Swept Cuts 74 (1)
Exercise: Using Blended Cuts 75 (1)
Creating Slots 76 (1)
Creating Straight Holes with Linear 77 (1)
Placement
Creating Straight Holes with Radial 78 (1)
Placement
Creating Straight Holes with Coaxial 78 (1)
Placement
Creating a Sketched Hole 79 (1)
The Chamfer Feature 80 (2)
Creating Neck Cuts 82 (1)
A Working Exercise 83 (4)
Review Exercise 87 (6)
Part Building and Editing Techniques 93 (20)
Objective 93 (1)
Sketcher Tools 93 (1)
Dimensioning the Sketch 94 (1)
Sketcher Constraints 95 (1)
Explicit Constraints 96 (2)
Adding Relations between Features 98 (3)
Feature Symmetry 101(1)
Creating Radial Patterns 102(1)
Completing the Index Block 103(3)
Redefining Features 103(1)
Resolving Feature Incompatibility 104(1)
Finishing the Index Block 105(1)
Use of the Intent Manager in Pro/E20 106(2)
Review Exercise 108(5)
Assembly 113(12)
Objectives 113(1)
Geneva Cam 113(1)
The Index Plate 114(1)
Cap Screw 114(1)
Assembly 115(2)
Degrees of Freedom 115(1)
Mate 115(1)
Mate Offset 116(1)
Align 116(1)
Align Offset 117(1)
Orient 117(1)
Insert 117(1)
Creating a Subassembly 117(1)
Moving the Components 118(1)
Shaft Assembly 119(1)
Assembly Modification 120(1)
Making Datum 120(1)
Assigning Colors 120(1)
Exploding the Assembly View 121(1)
Assembly Information 121(2)
Assembly Drawings 123(1)
Review Exercises 124(1)
Practical Problem 125(22)
Introduction 125(1)
Generating the Parts 126(10)
Part One: Base Plate 126(1)
Part Two: Bearing Block 127(1)
Part Three: Displacer Piston Rod 127(1)
Part Four: Cylinder Plate 128(1)
Part Five: Connector Link 129(1)
Part Six: Transfer Piston Guide 130(1)
Part Seven: Power Connector Lever 131(1)
Part Eight: Crank Web 131(1)
Part Nine: Flywheel 132(1)
Part Ten: Crank Web Shaft 132(1)
Part Eleven: Displacer Cylinder 133(1)
Part Twelve: Displacer Piston 133(1)
Part Thirteen: Main Bearing Bushing 134(1)
Part Fourteen: Power Cylinder 135(1)
Part Fifteen: Alcohol Burner Cap 135(1)
Generating Assembly 136(3)
Base Plate and Cylinder Plate 136(1)
Adding Bearing Block to Assembly 136(1)
Adding Crank Web Shaft to Assembly 137(1)
Adding Flywheel to Assembly 137(1)
Adding Crank Web to Assembly 137(1)
Adding Transfer Piston Guide to Assembly 137(1)
Connector Link and Bushing 137(1)
Connector Link to Assembly 137(1)
Bearing Block and Bushings 138(1)
Displacer Piston Rod and Displacer Piston 138(1)
Displacer Piston Rod to Assembly 138(1)
Displacer Cylinder to Assembly 138(1)
Power Cylinder to Assembly 138(1)
Power Connector Lever to Assembly 139(1)
Alcohol Burner Cap to Assembly 139(1)
Parametric Study 139(5)
Details of Part Creation 144(3)
Reverse Engineering by Pro/E Modeling 147(1)
Objective 147(1)
Paper Stapler 147(1)
Part 1 147(3)
Part 2 150(1)
Part 3 151(1)
Part 4 151(1)
Part 5 152(1)
Part 6 152(1)
Part 7 153(1)
Part 8 153(1)
Part 9 154(1)
Assembly 154(1)
Electric Can Opener 154(1)
Part 1: 3-Inch Screw 155(1)
Part 2: Motor 156(1)
Part 3: Guide Pin 157(1)
Part 4: Small Gear 157(1)
Part 5: Large Gear 157(1)
Part 6: Blade Pin 158(1)
Part 7: Activator 158(1)
Part 8: Coil 159(1)
Part 9: Motor Magnet 160(1)
Part 10: Magnet 161(1)
Part 11: Switch Plate 161(1)
Part 12: Coil Holder 162(1)
Part 13: Blade 163(1)
Part 14: Back Case 163(1)
Part 15: Can Holder 164(1)
Part 16: Front Plate 165(1)
Part 17: Motor Holder 166(2)
Part 18: Arm 168(2)
Part 19: Front Case 170(1)
Assembly of Parts 171(2)
Create Relations and Parameters 173(2)
Hair Dryer 175(1)
Rear Casing (Casing 1) 175(1)
Front Casing (Casing 2) 176(1)
Switch 177(1)
Motor 178(1)
Tube 178(1)
Plate 1 178(1)
Plate 2 179(1)
Fan Blade 179(1)
Fan 180(1)
Housing 180(1)
Assembly 181(1)
Cordless Screwdriver 182(1)
Casing 182(1)
Battery 183(1)
Motor 183(1)
Collet 184(1)
Collet Lock 185(1)
Gearbox 186(1)
Gears 187(1)
Switch 188(1)
Assembly 189