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SAE Project Workbook 2010

SAE Project Workbook 2010

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Engineering Designand Technology Series
SAE
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Design and Analysis Projectwith SolidWorks
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Dassault Systémes SolidWorks Corporation300 Baker AvenueConcord, Massachusetts 01742 USAPhone: +1-800-693-9000Outside the U.S.: +1-978-371-5011Fax: +1-978-371-7303Email: info@solidworks.comWeb: http://www.solidworks.com/education
 
© 1995-2010, Dassault Systèmes SolidWorksCorporation, a Dassault Systèmes S.A. company,300 Baker Avenue, Concord, Mass. 01742 USA.All Rights Reserved.The information and the software discussed in thisdocument are subject to change without notice andare not commitments by Dassault SystèmesSolidWorks Corporation (DS SolidWorks).No material may be reproduced or transmitted in anyform or by any means, electronic or mechanical, forany purpose without the express written permissionof DS SolidWorks.The software discussed in this document is furnishedunder a license and may be used or copied only inaccordance with the terms of this license. Allwarranties given by DS SolidWorks as to thesoftware and documentation are set forth in theSolidWorks Corporation License and SubscriptionService Agreement, and nothing stated in, or impliedby, this document or its contents shall be consideredor deemed a modification or amendment of suchwarranties.
Patent Notices for SolidWorks Standard,Premium, and Professional Products
U.S. Patents 5,815,154; 6,219,049; 6,219,055;6,603,486; 6,611,725; 6,844,877; 6,898,560;6,906,712; 7,079,990; 7,184,044; 7,477,262;7,502,027; 7,558,705; 7,571,079; 7,643,027 andforeign patents, (e.g., EP 1,116,190 and JP3,517,643).U.S. and foreign patents pending.
Trademarks and Other Notices for AllSolidWorks Products
SolidWorks, 3D PartStream.NET, 3DContentCentral, PDMWorks, eDrawings, and theeDrawings logo are registered trademarks andFeatureManager is a jointly owned registeredtrademark of DS SolidWorks.SolidWorks Enterprise PDM, SolidWorksSimulation, SolidWorks Flow Simulation, andSolidWorks 2010 are product names of DSSolidWorks.CircuitWorks, Feature Palette, FloXpress,PhotoWorks, TolAnalyst, and XchangeWorks aretrademarks of DS SolidWorks.FeatureWorks is a registered trademark of Geometric Ltd.Other brand or product names are trademarks orregistered trademarks of their respective holders.Document Number: PME1118-ENG
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SOFTWARE - PROPRIETARYU.S. Government Restricted Rights. Use,duplication, or disclosure by the government issubject to restrictions as set forth in FAR 52.227-19(Commercial Computer Software - RestrictedRights), DFARS 227.7202 (Commercial ComputerSoftware and Commercial Computer SoftwareDocumentation), and in the license agreement, asapplicable.Contractor/Manufacturer:Dassault Systèmes SolidWorks Corporation, 300Baker Avenue, Concord, Massachusetts 01742 USA
Copyright Notices for SolidWorks Standard,Premium, and Professional Products
Portions of this software © 1990-2010 SiemensProduct Lifecycle Management Software III (GB)Ltd.Portions of this software © 1998-2010 GeometricLtd.Portions of this software © 1986-2010 mentalimages GmbH & Co. KG.Portions of this software © 1996-2010 MicrosoftCorporation. All rights reserved.Portions of this software © 2000-2010 Tech Soft 3D.Portions of this software © 1998-20103Dconnexion.This software is based in part on the work of theIndependent JPEG Group. All Rights Reserved.Portions of this software incorporate PhysX™ byNVIDIA 2006-2010.Portions of this software are copyrighted by and arethe property of UGS Corp. © 2010.Portions of this software © 2001-2010 Luxology,Inc. All Rights Reserved, Patents Pending.Portions of this software © 2007-2010 DriveWorksLtd.Copyright 1984-2010 Adobe Systems Inc. and itslicensors. All rights reserved. Protected by U.S.Patents 5,929,866; 5,943,063; 6,289,364; 6,563,502;6,639,593; 6,754,382; Patents Pending.Adobe, the Adobe logo, Acrobat, the Adobe PDFlogo, Distiller and Reader are registered trademarksor trademarks of Adobe Systems Inc. in the U.S. andother countries.For more copyright information, in SolidWorks seeHelp > About SolidWorks.Other portions of SolidWorks 2010 are licensedfrom DS SolidWorks licensors.
Copyright Notices for SolidWorks Simulation
Portions of this software © 2008 SolversoftCorporation.PCGLSS © 1992-2007 Computational Applicationsand System Integration, Inc. All rights reserved.Portions of this product are distributed under licensefrom DC Micro Development, Copyright © 1994-2005 DC Micro Development, Inc. All rights reserve
 
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Creating Parts In-Context ............................................................................................6Opening an Assembly with Quick View................................................................6Hiding and Showing Components.........................................................................7The Assembly FeatureManager design tree...............................................................10Working In-Context....................................................................................................11Edit Assembly Mode vs. Edit Part Mode.............................................................11In-Context Parts and Virtual Parts.......................................................................12Setup for Using Edit Part.....................................................................................12Creating a New Part ............................................................................................13Edit Part Mode............................................................................................................14Why do the Colors Change?................................................................................14Controlling the Display........................................................................................14Understanding the Color Coding.........................................................................20Extrusions In-Context..........................................................................................24Edit Assembly Mode..................................................................................................26Working with Virtual Parts..................................................................................26Adding Component Instances and Mating.................................................................27In-Context Part Editing...............................................................................................31Opening a Part from an Assembly .............................................................................32Multi-body Materials..................................................................................................33

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