Basic Training Course

© 2005 Numeriek Centrum Groningen B.V.

NUPAS-CADMATIC Hull
Basic Training Course
by Numeriek Centrum Groningen B.V.

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Introduction 'Basic training course'
Welcome to the "online" version of NUPAS-CADMATIC Hull's 'Basic training course'. This training is based on the "verbal" training normally given by one of NCG's trainers and follows as much as possible this "verbal" training. To conduct this training by yourself, the following requirements are needed: - This online help document - The 'bnrtraining' project (in case you do not have this, please contact our Support Department) - A printed version of the 'Sheet_drawing_108_1.tiff' and the 'Sheet_drawing_108_2.tiff' which can be found in the 'bnrtraining' project directory This online training is built up using the following set-up: - Each training step is explained in a so-called 'Topic' which starts with a picture (select topic link 'Start situation') of what you should see on your screen after the accompanied drawing is loaded ("GET"). The name of the topic is the same as the drawing (view) to be loaded. - Next a short description on what is going to be performed in the training step is given - The 'Overview of actions' lists the individual actions to be taken to get the desired result (which can be viewed selecting the topic link 'End situation') - In case a certain action has not been explained/described yet in one of previous training steps, the action is marked as a topic link which will be displayed when selecting this topic link. To return to the 'Overview of actions' you can use one of the 'arrow' icons which can be found at the top and at the bottom of the topic - When the action has already been explained/described in one of previous training steps, but should be used in a slightly different way or with other values this is indicated by the qsign at the end of the action. This means that this action is further described in the 'Additional description of actions' which also contains a reference to the 'original' topic describing the same action - To switch back and forth between the 'Basic training steps', the 'arrow' icons at the top and at the bottom of the topic can be used - In section "Make section available for dashed" we need section 109, this section is the mirrored section from 108. In this training course we aspect that two person following this course and one of them is making the section 108 and the other 109 mirror.

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Overview of actions: 1. Start NUPAS-CADMATIC Hull

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Start NUPAS-CADMATIC Hull

Please start the application NUPAS-CADMATIC Hull by selecting the NUPASCADMATIC Hull icon on your desktop:

When the program has started up, it will always ask you to select the name of a project and a section belonging to the selected project by displaying the panel "Change directory":

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On the left part of this panel you see an overview of the current available projects; "bnrtraining", "bnrdemo" and "bnrveg1500". The training project "bnrtraining" is the default project and is shown in the left upper input box. This project contains three sections, which are presented on the right part of the panel in a list. These sections belong to the group 'Hull' as it is presented in the combo box above the list. A project can have more groups and only those section will be presented which are assigned to the active group which can be selected by the combo box. Please select the section "999" of project "bnrtraining". Now the system is entering this directory "999". Information about the current project is displayed in the status bar: · The name of the active application 3D-Contek; · The name of the customer "NCG"; · The project directory or drawing name "n:\projects\bnrtraining\999"; · The current position of the cursor "0, 0, 0".

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Create new directory
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Overview of actions: 1. Create directory "108"

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Create directory

To start a new section, you have to create a new directory. Within NUPASCADMATIC Hull only one person can work at the same time in one section. If you want to start with a new section, you always enter an existing section of the project you need to work on. Therefore you have selected the existing section 999 from the project bnrtraining within the previous training step. From this section 999 you will create a new directory named 108. To create directory "108" you select "File"Ú"Create directory" from the menu and enter the directory name 108 in the panel "Create directory":

On the left part of this panel you find the current available sections. This panel

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After entering the name of the new section. During this training course you will skip the other fields 'Width grid' and 'Height grid' and accept the presented default values. select the 'OK' button. Now the system creates the new directory "108" and enters this directory after which you will be presented with the following panel: This panel enables you to define an area for the created section. 'Name'. For this purpose the panel "Choose sections" is displayed: 8 Version 5. for each section.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL . is entered for the 'Name' field. The next step consists of indicating the drawing mode. 'Width grid' and 'Height grid'. drawn or dashed. which always must be a number.Basic Training Course also contains three fields. please use the following values to define this area: enter the values 22+9 and 31 for 'Length' enter the values 100 and 7903 for 'Breadth' enter the values 1600 and 6218 for 'Height' Please select the 'Ok' button to continue. The new directory name.

· The column 'Drawn'. · The column 'Dashed'. In general.1 09/2005 9 . which contains sections which are presented drawn or solid. you can create views. The system displays the following message panel: NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5. which contains sections which are presented dashed. only the section where you will be working in should be presented as drawn. Please select 'Ok' button to continue In the next step. A view has an area in which the constructions will be shown.Basic Training Course This panel contains three columns: · The column 'Sections'. This can be done by selecting the group 'Hull' ( all the sections presented in the column 'Sections') from the Pull-down menu in the 'Dashed' column which already has been set as default. The other sections around this section can be presented dashed if you want to see them as well. which contains the sections for which you have not yet decided the drawing mode. You will only work in section "108" and will probably need information from the other sections to be presented as 'Dashed' in your drawings.

2.4.1 Create views Create top views Basic training steps (03) In the previous training step you have created a new directory 108 and indicated which sections need to be drawn or dashed. the system gives you the possibility to create new views immediately after creating a new directory. 1. In this training step you will create two top views "Deck 6200 above base" and "Deck 3500 above base". Create side views. Because you have answered the question "Do you want to make views yet?" with YES. The views will be created within the next three training steps. Create frame views.1 1. Create top views "Deck 6200 above base" and "Deck 3500 above base" 10 Version 5.1.4.Basic Training Course Please answer this question "Do you want to make views yet?" by selecting the 'YES' button.4 1. Overview of actions: 1.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL . The creation of new views is executed in a fixed order: 1. 3. Create top views.

5 and 31. Breadth' but leave it blank and you enter 500 as value for 'Max.4. You enter the values for the length. Since you will only work on starboard. the values for 'Min. As mentioned before. · The default value "25" for 'Scale' is used. · The 'Drawing number' stands for the section number and is automatically NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5. Length' are determined by respectively the frame number of the aft border and the frame number of the forward border with corresponding values 21.2 Create top view You will create two new top views "Deck 6200 above base" and "Deck 3500 above base" as part of the directory creation process. This area is specified by it's values for the length. a view has an area in which the constructions will be shown. · The 'Step size frame numbers' with default value "2" is used in combination with the activated 'Centre line' to display the centerline and to write every second frame number along the centerline. Because your plate is starting 100 mm on starboard and you also want to see a part of the port side block. Breadth' at the current position. the value of -500 should be given for 'Min. 'Min. of sections' has the default value "1". also the optional fields 'Min. Length' and 'Max. the constructions of the dashed sections will also be presented in your view. You don't enter a value for 'Min. this way.Basic Training Course 1. Breadth'. you don't enter any value and leave it blank. Below you will find a short explanation of the other optional fields: · Only one top view of this size exists.5.1 09/2005 11 . Breadth' are just the opposite. If you are working on port side. The 'Min.1. Length'. Breadth' and 'Max. therefore the value for 'No. Breadth' and 'Max. breadth and height of top view "Deck 6200 above base" in panel "Top view section": This panel contains three obligatory fields 'Height'. Breadth'. Because this view is positioned at 6200 above base. Unfortunately you don't know the exact value for 'Max. Length' and 'Max. Make this area always bigger than the area of the constructions in the current section. breadth and height. If you don't know a value and you want the value to be determined by the hull line. Breadth' are filled in. the value for 'Height' is 6200.

2. Two top views have been created with their drawing names "108-6200" and "1083500". The second top view you want to create is "Deck 3500 above base" with a value of 3500 for 'Height'. the specified top view is created. By selecting the 'Next top view' button or 'Create' button. 1. Single slant side view.1 Create side views Basic training steps (04) After the creation of top views the system automatically gives you the possibility to create one or more side views. Breadth' needs to be changed. Please select the 'Create' button since this is the last top view that you are creating at this point. Breadth' from -500 into 3500. Activating 'Show equipment' will display the available equipment from piping. Activating 'Show profile flange' will display profile flanges in three line presentation instead of the default one line presentation. Activating 'Show shape' will display the hull line. Single slant frame view and Double slant. because this view is not so wide as the previous view.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL . section 3960 off cl" and "Long. In this training step you will create two side views "Long. meaning 3500 from centerline. The 'Replace' option will be explained later during this course. Since you have to create a second top view "Deck 3500 above base". There are four types of views available: Orthogonal. Let's modify the value for 'Min.4. 12 Version 5. Now let's check the other values: only the value for 'Min.4. you select the 'Next top view' button. section 6600 off cl".Basic Training Course · · · · · filled in.2 1. After selecting the 'Next top view' button the same panel "Top view section" appears again with the same values as default with the exception the value for 'Height'.

2 Create side view (1) You will create two new side views "Long. The view should stop just above the upper deck "Deck 6200 above base" .2. The first side view you will create is "Long. section 3960 off cl" and "Long. Because NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5. no value is entered for 'Min. Length' and 'Max. Because the view must start from the hull line. Length' are correct. section 6600 off cl" 1. The values for 'Min. section 3960 off cl" with the following values: This side view is positioned at 3960 from centerline with a corresponding value 3960 for 'Breadth'. section 3960 off cl" and "Long. Create side views "Long. section 6600 off cl" as part of the directory creation process. Height'. Therefore you should insert the value 6500 for 'Max.4.Basic Training Course Overview of actions: 1. Height' .1 09/2005 13 .

please select the 'Next side view' button. Two side views have been created with their standard drawing names "108-3960" and "108-6600".3 1. Now the same panel "Side view section" appears again with the same values with the exception of the value for 'Breadth'. The second side view "Long.4. Overview of actions: 1. you only have to change the value for 'Breadth' from 3960 into -3960. At the moment you will not create more side views.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL .4.1 Create frame views Basic training steps (05) After the creation of side views the system automatically gives you the possibility to create one or more frame views. All the other values are correct. but finish the creation of side views by selecting the 'Create' button. so the new value for 'Breadth' is 6600. 1. In this training step you will create eight frame views "Frame 23" to "Frame 30". section 6600 off CL" is positioned at 6600 from centerline. If you are working on port side.Basic Training Course you will make the side views one by one.3. Create frame views "Frame 23" to "Frame 30" 14 Version 5.

NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5. Breadth' are correct. Height' and 'Max. Only the value for 'Min. Please make sure that the 'Base lines' button is not activated and select the 'Create' button to complete the creation of frame views. the frame views are created one by one. of sections' and 'Step size'.3. meaning the view will start from the hull baseline. Height'. As you can see in the dialogue window for output.1 09/2005 15 . but the shape is rather high and you don't need the lower part of it. The decision to make the views in one action means that the values 8 and 1 must be entered for 'No. Height' could be left blank.Basic Training Course 1. but just the aft most frame number! In this case the aft most frame number is 23. Breadth' must be changed from 3500 into -500. As recommendation please enter the value 1500 for 'Min. Officially the 'Min.2 Create cross view You will create eight frame views "Frame 23" to "Frame 30" as part of the directory creation process.4. The eight frame views can be created in one action with the following values: The value for 'Length' in the case of frame views is not the value from aft perpendicular. The values for 'Max. because all eight frame views will be created in one action.

16 Version 5.5.5. Loading a drawing means opening and displaying.1 Get section Basic training steps (06) Start situation As you see. load the frame view "Frame 27" with the name "108-27". You can load a view or drawing by selecting the function "GET" from the toolbar.5 1. the graphical screen of NUPAS-CADMATIC Hull is still empty. Load drawing frame view "108-27" End situation 1. Overview of actions: 1.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL .2 Load drawing (1) To load a drawing you have to select "GET" from the toolbar: After selecting this icon the panel "Choose section" is displayed that enables you to load a drawing.Basic Training Course 1. For instance. Now you want to have a look at the created views by loading them.

the program asks you to update the view by displaying the following message panel: NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5. The default number shown is the current section number. The drawing number can be selected from the box below the radio buttons. all drawings belonging to that type of view are shown in the column on the left.1 09/2005 17 .5.Basic Training Course You can select the type of view by means of the radio buttons on the top right of the panel shown below. You can load one of these drawings by selecting its number. 1.3 Update active section When you load a drawing by using the toolbar icon "GET". Please select the drawing "108-27" from the list. If you select a different drawing number or click another radio button. The drawing will be displayed on your graphical screen.

When creating plates it is very important to determine the right sequence: Always try to achieve that a new plate refers to other plates! As it can be seen on the drawing there are two main decks "Deck 6200" and "Deck 3500" and a longitudinal bulkhead "Long. These working sequence results in a so called topological connection or relation between the plates. 1.Basic Training Course You can choose between three options: 1. Overview of actions: 18 Version 5. bulkhead 6600" in between those decks. which are set to be 2. That's why you will start with creating the upper deck "Deck 6200 above base".1 Deck 6200 above base Basic training steps (07) Start situation Now you will start making your first plate. This deck consists of one plate with a thickness of 8 mm.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL . Please select 'Do not update' since no construction has been created so far. 'Update Active section' : update only the current section : update all sections. 'Update all sections' displayed within the current section : do not update the current section 3.6 1. 'Do not update' Updating a section means regenerating the view to present all previously created construction parts within the area of the current view which have not been saved in the drawing already. This means that you should create the decks first and later on the longitudinal bulkhead. which then can be referred to the lower and the upper deck.6.

Load drawing top view "108-6200" Load drawing top view "108-6200" is similar to load drawing frame view "108-27". Now there is enough space above the view to place the standard text by selecting "TEXT" from the toolbar : NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5. Create plate "Deck 6200" with a thickness of 8 mm but without cutout Later on you will create the necessary cutout by modifying the plate contour. Place standard text "Deck 6200 above base" above the view 4. but you have to select "Top" as type of view and "108-6200" as drawing name within panel "Choose section".2 Text (1) Recommendation: Place standard text at the view before you start creating any structure! When there is too little space above the view to place the standard text. Clear the screen if at this point you already have loaded a drawing.Basic Training Course 1. This can be done by selecting the "Kill all" button from the speed bar. Load drawing top view "108-6200" q 3.6. 1. the view needs to be shifted down by using the "PAN" option: Hot key: <Ctrl> Press this button <Ctrl> and shift the view by means of the mouse and place it at the desired location.1 09/2005 19 . End situation Additional description of actions: 2. 2.

Next.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL . you want to have everything back in the full screen. The selected text will appear in the graphical screen. You can reposition this text afterwards by using the hot key <z> or <Z> in combination with the mouse. You can use the function "BOX PLA" from the speed bar for this: Hot key: <. In this example please select the text "Deck 6200 above base".> 20 Version 5.Basic Training Course After selecting this function the panel "Textmenu" appears: To place standard text above a view you only have to select one of the texts. By means of the mouse you can indicate the position where you would like to have the text placed .

.6. Each plate has a specified thickness and contour.3 Create plates (1) Now you will create your first plate "Deck 6200" without cutout. due to the fact that plates can have very different shapes. Only the values for 'Thickness' and 'Thickness direction' will be of concern during the basic training course. One of the most frequently used functions within NUPAS-CADMATIC Hull is the creation of plates. Select the toolbar icon "Create plate": After selecting this icon the panel "Plate thickness and type of material" appears: This panel contains one obligatory field 'Thickness' and three optional fields 'Thickness direction'. . The plate creation function has a considerable number of options. After accepting these values by NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5.Plates and profiles.Lines and arcs drawn by yourself.Hull shape. . During this training course you will create several plates with increasing level of complexity. Within the current application 3D-Contek the plate will always be situated in the plane of the current view. 'Type of material' and 'Shift of working plane'.1 09/2005 21 . Examples of possible plate boundaries are: . In this case plate "Deck 6200" has a thickness of 8 mm and the thickness direction is from base.Basic Training Course 1.Local horizontal and vertical limitations. Within NUPAS-CADMATIC Hull plate boundaries must be defined counterclockwise.

Length' button and enter 31 as value in the entry box. · The next boundary is the forward boundary of the plate located at frame 31. This value must be entered as 22+100 for 'Min. Length'. the indication point of an item to be related. Breadth' button and enter 100 as value in the entry box 22 Version 5. Select the 'Min. Select the 'Max. This boundary can be defined by giving an indicating point inside the hull at the graphical window. The aft boundary is located 100 mm beyond frame 22 (at the fore ship side). · Generally. Length' button. · Applying the rule that plate boundaries must be defined counterclockwise.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL . · The last boundary of the plate is a line with a parallel distance of 100 mm from the centerline. · The starting boundary of a plate can be arbitrarily selected. the next boundary of the plate is the hull line. Overview of basic rules for the specification of plate boundaries: · The plate boundaries must be defined counterclockwise.Basic Training Course selecting the 'OK' button. The boundaries of plate "Deck 6200" without cutout will be defined as followings: · Start with the aft boundary of the plate and select the 'Min. is at the side whereat the plate is created. you have to specify the plate boundaries or plate relations by means of the panel "Define a plate contour".

Basic Training Course The following rules can assist you in determining the type of length (minimum or maximum) for a certain definition: · If there is material( of the plate to be created) left on the right side of the definition. · A deck with thickness 12 mm. After defining all boundaries of the plate "Deck 6200" you can preview the result by selecting the 'Compute' button. Load drawing top view "108-3500" q Place standard text "Deck 3500 above base" above view q Create plate "Deck 3500" with thickness 10 mm q Create plate "Deck 3500" with thickness 12 mm but without cutout End situation NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5.7 1. · If there is no material(of the plate to be created) left on the right side of the definition.1 Deck 3500 above base Basic training steps (08) Start situation Now you will create "Deck 3500 above base". plate "Deck 6200" is actually created! 1. Only by selecting the 'OK' button. 2. like the aft. this definition is considered as minimum length. Deck 3500 is a deck with two different thicknesses and therefore it must be created from two separate plates: · A deck with thickness 10 mm. 4. 3.1 09/2005 23 . like frame 31. Overview of actions: 1. this definition is considered as maximum length.7.

but you have to select "Top" as type of view and "108-3500" as drawing name within panel "Choose section". Create plate "Deck 3500" with thickness 10 mm The creation of plate "Deck 3500" with thickness 10 mm is similar to the creation of plate "Deck 6200" with the following plate boundaries: Option Value 'Min. you will detect a little jut in the contour of 24 Version 5. Load drawing top view "108-3500" Load drawing top view "108-3500" is similar to load drawing frame view "108-27". Breadth' 22 + 9 ( 9: assumed thickness of transverse bulkhead ) Indicate the hull line 26 .1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL . Please select from panel "Text menu" the text "Deck 3500 above base". Length' 'Min.2 Create plates (2) Now you will create the second plate "Deck 3500" with thickness 12 mm but without cutout.50 3920 1.Basic Training Course Additional description of actions: 1. 3.7. Length' 'Max. 2. Place standard text "Deck 3500 above base" above view Place standard text "Deck 3500 above base" above view is similar to place standard text "Deck 6200 above base" above view. If you take a close look at the drawing.

you enter the values for 'Thickness' and 'Thickness direction' in panel "Plate thickness and type of material". the creation of this plate will be more complicated than the previous rectangular plate. The second plate "Deck 3500" has a thickness of 12 mm and the thickness direction is from base.Basic Training Course this plate. This jut is located at the upper left corner of the plate: Due to the jut in the plate contour. After selecting the 'OK' button.1 09/2005 25 . NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5. you have to specify the plate boundaries or plate relations by means of the panel "Define a plate contour". Let's create the second plate "Deck 3500" by selecting "Create plate" the toolbar : After selecting this function.

Select the 'Max. · The next boundary of the plate is the forward boundary of the plate located at frame 31. the next boundary of the plate is the hull line. please be aware of the following rule:"The plate boundaries must be defined counterclockwise!" The boundaries of plate "Deck 3500" with thickness 12 mm will be defined by using a reference to another plate and minimum and maximum boundary values: · Start with the aft boundary of the plate by directly indicating the aft plate "Deck 3500" with thickness 10 mm at a position beyond the line(at the fore ship side) . Select the 'Min. Breadth' button and enter 3920 as new value in the entry box. Thus indicate the hull line. · Applying the rule that plate boundaries must be described counterclockwise. · The next boundary of the plate is a line with a parallel distance of 3950 from the centerline. Now you have to define the little jut: · The next boundary of the plate is located at frame 26. · The last boundary of the plate is a line with a parallel distance of 3920 from the centerline. Breadth' button and enter 3950 as value in the entry box. Length' button and enter 31 as value in the entry box. because there is air right from frame 26.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL . where you have a new maximum length. Length' button. Now you can enter 26 as new value in the entry box.Basic Training Course As a reminder. Length' button and the previous value will disappear. Select the 'Max. Select the 'Min. 26 Version 5. In this situation you don't have to use the 'Min.

When the plate looks correct. it can be created by pressing the 'OK' button. If you use this option. They can be created by using the toolbar icon "Create corner holes" and the option icon "Corner hole" from panel "Corner holes". Note: The creation of this plate illustrates the general rule. bulkhead 6600" in between the decks "Deck 6200" and "Deck 3500".1 Long.Basic Training Course After defining all boundaries of plate "Deck 3500" you can preview the result by pressing the 'Compute' button. Load drawing side view "108-6600" q Choose Update active section to see the decks you have created earlier Place standard text "Long.1 09/2005 27 . there is one disadvantage: the created corner holes will not be topological! Therefore it's better to take these corner holes in the contour of the plate. 6.8 1. 8. NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5. When the corner holes are part of the plate contour. 4. bulkhead 6600" without corner holes Create standard holes with dimensions 850 / 450 mm Dimension holes Create de-aeration/draining holes with radius 50 mm Two small corner holes are still missing here. section 6600 off cl" above view q Shift baseline Create plate "Long. 3. that a plate can contain several minimum and maximum lengths! 1. they will be topological.8. Overview of actions: 1. 7. 2. 5. This option will be explained later. section 6600 off CL Basic training steps (09) Start situation Now you will create the longitudinal bulkhead "Long.

2 Update active section When you load a drawing by using the toolbar icon "GET". Update all sections be displayed within the current section : Do not update the current section 3. which are enabled to 2. section 6600 off cl" above view is similar to place standard text "Deck 6200 above base" above view. Please select from panel "Text menu" the text "Long. Place standard text "Long.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL . Load drawing side view "108-6600" Load drawing side view "108-6600" is similar to load drawing frame view "10827". section 6600 off CL". Do not update Updating a section means regenerating the view to present all previously created 28 Version 5. Update Active section : update only the current section : update all sections. section 6600 off CL" above view Place standard text "Long. but you have to select "Side" as type of view and "108-6600" as drawing name within panel "Choose section". 1. the program asks you to update the view by displaying a message panel: You can choose between three options: 1.Basic Training Course End situation Additional description of actions: 1. 3.8.

3 Shift baseline Now you will move up the baseline from the zero level. because the baseline is a little bit too far away from the hull line. 1.8.Basic Training Course construction parts within the area of the current view which have not been saved in the drawing already. you don't loose additional space on the drawing. In this situation please select 'Update Active section' in order to see the decks you have created earlier. By lifting the baseline up. Within this panel select option 'Base lines' and change the value from 0 into 1500: NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5.1 09/2005 29 . Let's shift the baseline by selecting the function "DRAW?" from the toolbar : After selecting this icon the panel "108-6600" appears.

Basic Training Course After selecting the 'OK' button.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL . 30 Version 5.>. the baseline is positioned at 1500 from base. You can now get the full screen by using the speed bar function "BOX PLA" or hot key <.

Select the 'OK' button and specify NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5. bulkhead 6600" will be defined by referring to these decks and then automatically the step will be created.8. Let's create the plate by selecting the function "Create plate" from the toolbar: After selecting this function.1 09/2005 31 . You have created deck "Deck 3500" out of two separate plates with different thicknesses and therefore it contains a step at the position of frame 26 minus 50 mm: The boundaries of plate "Long. This plate will be created between the decks "Deck 6200" and "Deck 3500". bulkhead 6600" with thickness 10 mm but without corner holes.4 Create plates (3) Now you will create plate "Long. Ignore the value for 'Shift of working plane'.Basic Training Course 1. you enter the values for 'Thickness' and 'Thickness direction' in panel "Plate thickness and type of material": This plate has a thickness of 10 mm and the thickness direction is from CL.

bulkhead 6600" contains a step by zooming in on the lower boundary of this plate. Select the 'Max. · The next boundaries are the lower decks "Deck 3500". Length' button and enter value 31 in the entry box. Length' button and enter value 22+9 in the entry box. The boundaries of the plate will be defined as follows: · Start with the aft boundary of the plate defined by the minimum length. it is recommended to display background lines by selecting the toolbar icon "Background lines": 32 Version 5. This boundary can be defined by indicating a little bit below the deck. · The last boundary is the upper deck "Deck 6200". · Secondly select the front deck plate by indicating again a few millimeters above this plate.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL .Basic Training Course the plate boundaries. · The next boundary is the forward boundary defined by the maximum length. After defining all boundaries. bulkhead 6600" by selecting the 'OK' button. You can check if plate "Long. Select the 'Min. consisting of two deck plates with different thicknesses: · First select the aft most deck plate by indicating a few millimeters above this plate. But before zooming in. By giving the value "+9" is the thickness of the aft bulkhead is taken in account. create this plate "Long.

you use the mouse to define the area on which you want to zoom in by indicating the two points of the arean. but with this option the real thickness lines of plates in section are displayed in blue color. Now zoom in near frame 26 by using the function "Zoom in" from the speed bar : area key: <1> Although the speed bar function "Zoom in" and the hot key <1> are both used for zooming in. Indeed. The current position of the cross hair is used as focus point for the zoom process.1 09/2005 33 . while the border lines of plates in view are displayed in yellow color. you use the speed bar icon "BOX PLA" or hot key <. NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5.> again to get the full screen. there is a difference in usage: · After selecting the speed bar function "Zoom in". · Hot key <1> supports interactively zooming in 50%: pressing this hot key results in zooming in one step. Remove the background lines by using the toolbar button "ABORT": Hot key: <Esc> Next. the bulkhead contains a small step.Basic Training Course Accept the default option 'all plates' within panel "Actual position": All plates in section are standard displayed as one green line.

Basic Training Course 1. you have to create them in two steps. 34 Version 5.5 Create holes Now you will create four standard holes with dimensions 850 / 450 mm.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL . First. create the two lower ones and then create the two upper ones. Create the two lower holes by selecting the toolbar icon "Create holes": Select from panel "Holes" the second option icon "Standard hole": Within panel "Create holes" you enter the position of the first and second hole: Within this panel the fields 'From frame' and 'From height' are used to determine the position of the centre point of the first aft most hole and the fields 'To frame' and 'To height' are used to determine the position of the second hole.8. Unfortunately these four holes can not be created in one step.

the cursor will move to this position. The only difference is.1 09/2005 35 . Furthermore no value is entered for 'Number of items': based on the step size of 1 the number of items will be automatically calculated as 2. You follow the same procedure to create the two upper holes. NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5. After you have defined the centre point of the first hole. the value for 'From height' within panel "Create holes": 5500 in stead of 4300. You can check the actual values for 'Step size' and 'Number of items' by using several times the <Tab> key. In this case no value is entered for 'Step size' because the default value 1 is the correct value. The corresponding values will then automatically be shown in the panel. Notes:If the cursor is already at the right position. the two lower holes with dimensions 850 / 450 mm will be created. For additional information about the field 'Step size' see note.Basic Training Course You don't have to enter a value for 'To height' because the second hole is positioned at the same height as the first one. you can use the button 'Hole at current control'. After entering the position of the holes you select the desired type of hole: Now you enter the dimension of the holes by means of panel "Hole types": By selecting the 'OK' button.

you have to indicate a point where the dimension should be placed. To place dimensions in a hole. The upper holes are so-called de-aeration holes and the lower ones are so-called draining holes.6 Dimension manhole You will place dimensions in the created standard holes. you select the toolbar icon "Dimension manhole": As the hint ( "Select where to place dimension") clearly points out . Please indicate a point inside the hole's to place the dimensions.Basic Training Course 1. Let's create two ventilation holes in one action by selecting the toolbar icon "Create draining/ventilation holes": Select from panel "Corner holes" option "Draining hole": 36 Version 5.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL . due to their positions these holes can not be created in one action. so you must create the remaining hole separately. In this case only two holes can be created in one action. 1. Although there are three ventilation holes.7 Create draining / ventilation holes You will create three upper holes and three lower holes with radius 50 mm.8.8.

You follow the same procedure to create the three draining holes. Select the 'OK' button to create the third ventilation hole. By selecting the 'OK' button. Now all three ventilation holes have been created.Basic Training Course According to the hint "Indicate the part in which the hole has to be positioned" you have to indicate just below the upper deck.1 09/2005 37 . The remaining ventilation hole is positioned at frame 30 minus 100 mm and can be created using the same procedure.1 Deck 6200 above base Basic training steps (10) Start situation NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5. you enter the position of the aft most and the forward ventilation hole by means of panel "Create draining/ventilation holes": Within this panel the fields 'From frame' and 'To frame' are used to determine the position of the aft most and the forward ventilation hole.9 1. After indicating this deck. 1. Again no values are needed to be entered for 'Step size' and 'Number of items'.9. The only difference is the position of the indicated point: now you have to indicate just above the lower deck. Within panel "Create draining/ventilation holes" you only have to enter value 30-100 for 'From frame'. the two ventilation holes are created.

Load drawing top view "108-6200" Choose "Update active section" to see the bulkhead "Long.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL . but it's better to wait a while until you have created the longitudinal bulkhead "Long. Add weld symbols to the soft seams Code plate "Deck 6200" to check the division of this plate in smaller parts You will notice that the deck beams at frame 29 and 30 are still missing. Create holes with diameter 450 mm at 7000 from cl The creation of these holes is similar to the creation of standard holes 850/450 mm with the following properties: 38 Version 5. Then you can relate the deck beams to this bulkhead. 13. 3. 10. 11. 9. 3910 and 6550 off cl. deck beams and seams. 6. End situation Additional description of actions: 3. bulkhead 3960". 4. 7. 5. 12. 2. You could make these beams with a fixed value here.Basic Training Course Now you will return to the upper deck "Deck 6200 above base" to add holes. Overview of actions: 1. bulkhead 6600" Create holes with diameter 450 mm at 7000 from cl q Modify aft most hole by shifting it 50 mm Dimension holes q Create two small holes with diameter 50 mm q Create holes parallel to hull line with diameter 50 mm Create transverse deck beam at FR28 Create two longitudinal deck beams at 1320 off cl Create a series of transverse deck beams from FR23 until FR27 q Create welded soft seams at 1940. 8.

is "1. By means of the <TAB> key. 10. Dimension holes The dimensioning of holes with diameter 450 mm is similar to the dimensioning of standard holes 850/450 mm 6. Nevertheless these holes can be created in one go with the following properties: Name of panel Option Value Create holes 'From frame' 'From breadth' 'To frame' 'Number of items' Selected hole type 'Diameter' 29+100 6700 31-100 2 Hole types 50 Note: Usually the step size is one. If you enter value "1" for option 'Step size'.7142". Create a series of transverse deck beams from FR23 until FR27 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5. The first hole is positioned just forward of frame 29 and the second hole is just aft frame 31. To force the system to use the given frame positions. but you don't want this.Basic Training Course Name of panel Option Value Create holes 'From frame' 'From breadth' 'To frame' Selected hole type 'Diameter' 22. but between the frame positions "29+100" and "31-100" the actual step size is less than 2.5 Hole types 450 5.1 09/2005 39 . you can check later on the value for 'Step size'. calculated by the system.5 7000 30. Create two small holes with diameter 50 mm The creation of these holes is similar to the creation of standard holes 850/450 mm. The actual value. you enter a value "2" for option 'Number of items' instead of a value for option 'Step size'. the system will modify the value for option 'To frame' from "31100" into "31+100".

1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL . you can make them in one go. The creation process is similar to the creation of one transverse deck beam at FR28 with the following properties: Name of panel Option Value Create profile Selected profile type 'Body size' 'Thickness' 'From frame' 'To frame' 'Step size' 'Body direction' 'Thickness direction' 'Type of material' Limitation 140 8 23 27 1 ( this default value can be omitted ) Towards Base From reversed frame GR-A First limitation Indicate the longitudinal bulkhead at 6600 from cl 40 Border value 'Vertical distance' '1st end shape' Border value Limitation 'Vertical distance' '2nd end shape' End type 'Radius' Second limitation Indicate the longitudinal deck beam at 1320 from cl 0 35 This will result in the generation of five transverse deck beams. positioned at frame 23 until frame 27. Because all these deck beams are equal. bulkhead 6600" and the longitudinal girder at 1320 from cl. 40 Version 5.Basic Training Course Now you will create a series of transverse deck beams from FR23 until FR27 between the longitudinal bulkhead "Long.

Within NUPAS-CADMATIC Hull every 'Create' option has also a 'Change' option to modify the earlier created part and every 'Change' option has a 'Create' option. By means of selecting the upper deck.9. which is still available on the screen. you will modify this hole by shifting it 50 mm forward. To shift the aft most hole select the 'Change' button from panel "Holes" or toolbar icon "Change holes": NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5. According to the hint "Indicate part which has to be visible" another possibility to change between drawings is to indicate a part in the current drawing. also some change options are accessible directly from the toolbar like 'Change plates' and 'Change holes'. To modify the aft most hole you can directly select the 'Change' button from the panel "Holes".3 Turn/shift holes If you zoom in on the aft most hole. you will see that this hole touches the plate border.9. Because this situation is not acceptable. the system will load the new drawing of this part. Besides that. 1. In this case you will return to the upper deck "Deck 6200 above base". After indicating the part. the system will change from side view to top view "108-6200".Basic Training Course 1.1 09/2005 41 .2 Load drawing (2) To load a drawing you have to select the toolbar icon "GET": Until now you have selected the next drawing to load from the panel "Choose section".

1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL .Basic Training Course Select from the change panel "Holes" the first option icon "Turn/shift": By means of panel "Hole selection menu" you select the aft most hole: From this selection panel the upper part until option 'Highlight' will appear in many selection panels within NUPAS-CADMATIC Hull. The options of this upper part will be shortly explained here: 42 Version 5.

9.1 09/2005 43 . Select the 'OK' button to shift the hole to the new position. 1. select toolbar icon "Create holes" again: Select from panel "Holes" the fifth option icon "Hole parallel to line": NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5.4 Create holes parallel to line Now you will create eighteen holes parallel to the hull line with diameter 50 mm. also items that have been only partially boxed are included : making a box. Enter the value 0+50 for 'In length' which means the hole will be moved over a distance of 50 mm (if the value 50 is inserted instead of 0+50 it means that de hole would be moved over 50 frame's) . only items that have been boxed entirely are included : item(s) are selected : exclude items to be selected item(s) from the current selection Selection buttons: : select all items at once · All : reverse the current selection · Reverse : highlight the current selection · Highlight Now select the aft most hole . To create these holes parallel to the hull line.Basic Training Course Selection methods: · Cross hair · Conflict · Clump Selection treatment: · Select · Exclude : only the item(s) you click on is (are) selected : making a box.

the fields 'From frame' and 'To frame' are used to determine the position of the aft most hole and the last hole to be created towards fore ship.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL . The total number of holes will be calculated by the system. Choose the type of hole: Enter a value for diameter of these holes by means of panel "Hole types": 44 Version 5.Basic Training Course According to the hint "Indicate line at side where to position the hole". but you will use decimal values.5. Afterwards you enter the position of the holes along the hull line by means of panel "Create holes": Within this panel the value for 'Parallel distance' stands for the distance between the center of the holes and the hull line. The aft most hole is located at a quarter of the frame distance between frame 22 and frame 23: the value for option 'From frame' is 22. you indicate a few millimeters above the hull line. Therefore you will not enter values like 22+325.25. The last hole is located at three-quarters of the frame distance between frame 30 and frame 31: the value for 'To frame' is 30. Finally the distance between the holes is half a frame distance: the value for 'Horizontal distance' is .75. Furthermore. A difficulty for determining the concerning values for these fields is the irregularity in frame distance at frame 28 from 650 mm into 700 mm.

then you will create the two longitudinal deck beams at 1320 from cl and finally you will create the remaining smaller transverse deck beams from frame 23 until frame 27. you will see the following deck beams: · At frame 28 a continuous transverse deck beam HP 200 x 9. starting at frame 22 and stopping at frame 28. These functions are accessible by means of the toolbar icon "Create profile": NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5. you should always try to refer as much as possible to other construction parts. eighteen holes with diameter 50 mm will be created parallel to the hull line. all deck beams will be created using the available functions for profiles. As you have experienced during the creation of plates. 1.5 Create vertical profiles (1) Now you will start to make your first deck beam. You will do the same for profiles.9.Basic Training Course By selecting the 'OK' button. bulkhead 6600" and the longitudinal deck beam at 1320 from CL. If you take a close look at the drawing. at first you will create the transverse deck beam at frame 28. starting at frame 28 and stopping at frame 31. · At 1320 from CL a longitudinal deck beam HP 200 x 9. Generally. · From frame 23 until frame 27 a series of transverse deck beams HP 140 x 8 between the longitudinal bulkhead "Long. · At 1320 from CL a longitudinal deck beam HP 200 x 9.1 09/2005 45 . To get the most optimum in referring.

you have to select the option icon "Vertical profiles": You specify the type of profile and it's position by means of panel "Create profile": 46 Version 5. you will also create profiles in view and arbitrary profiles. but with the position as it is presented in the drawing! During this course. · Vertical profiles · Horizontal profiles · Profiles in view · Arbitrary profiles Within this training step you will only create vertical and horizontal profiles. Let's create the transverse deck beam at frame 28. Due to the vertical position of this beam on the drawing. This means that any changes in the position of the other constructionparts has influence on the concerning profile.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL .Basic Training Course After selecting this icon the panel "Profiles" is displayed: This panel contains four different options for creating topological profiles: Topological profiles are profiles which are defined by the position of other constructionparts and/or the hull. The terms 'Horizontal' and 'Vertical' have nothing to do with the actual position of the profile itself.

1 09/2005 47 . you have to select the options 'Body size' and 'Thickness'. Each option generates a list of default values from which you select the appropriate one. you have to enter a value for 'From frame' and may enter values for 'To frame'. In this case you select the value 200 for 'Body size' and 9 for 'Thickness'. 'Step size' and 'Number of items'.Basic Training Course The available options within this panel will be shortly explained here: · The type of profile is "HP" or "Bulb" and therefore the following option icon is selected: · To select the size of the profile. In this case you will create only one profile at NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5. · To determine the position of one profile or a series of profiles.

This distance is 40 mm. you should define the first and second relations by referring to other construction parts. bulkhead 6600".Basic Training Course frame 28. So the 'Choose plate' button is hardly used. Using the reference method results in a so-called topological profile. Whenever possible. · To determine how one profile or series of profiles are created. Instead of entering a value for 'Breadth value'. You also have to define the 48 Version 5. For instance. you have to select one of the presented options for 'Body direction' and 'Thickness direction': · If the profile should be created below the plate. Now you determine the lower end of the profile by means of panel "Border value": The lower end of the deck beam is limited by the longitudinal bulkhead "Long. you have to specify the length of the profile by defining it's first and second relations. After selecting the 'OK' button. you will refer to the longitudinal bulkhead by selecting a position just above this bulkhead. you select the other value From Base. · Normally the profile will automatically be attached to the right plate. when the profile is located aft from the reversed frame and the thickness direction is "From reversed frame" the profile will be created with it's thickness direction pointing to the aft ship.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL . but if the profile should be created on top of the plate. so you only have to enter value 28 for 'From frame'. Only in exceptional cases you select the plate to which the profile should be attached. · The type of material of the profile will be the presented standard material "GRA". The option 'Vertical distance' stands for the distance between the beam and the longitudinal bulkhead. you accept the default value Towards Base for 'Body direction'. · The thickness direction of the profile depends on the actual position of the profile with respect to the reversed frame and the chosen value for 'Thickness direction'. It's preferable to work from lower end to upper end.

· The third and fourth end shapes are meant for the flange of the profile. Refer to this upper boundary by selecting a position just below it. The same panel "Border value" is presented with option 'Second limitation' selected: The upper end of the deck beam is limited by the upper boundary of plate "Deck 6200" which is at a distance of 100 mm from the centerline. Note: In this case you will not select the third and fourth end shape.1 09/2005 49 . At the upper end the vertical distance from the end of the stiffener until the plate boundary should be 0 mm. you determine the upper end or second limitation of the profile. Generally speaking a profile can be given four end shapes: · The first and second end shapes are used for the body of the profile. because defining the end shape for the flange of a bulb is not very useful. the end cut at the first limitation is specified by the first and third end shapes and so the end cut at the second limitation is defined by the second and fourth end shapes. Finally you have to define the end cut of the deck beam again by selecting type 'C' as the second end shape: NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5. Looking at the limitations of the profile.Basic Training Course concerning end cuts of the deck beam for this position. Now you specify the end cut of the deck beam by selecting type 'A' as the first end shape: After specifying the lower end or first limitation of the profile.

Let's first create the aft most longitudinal deck beam. starting at frame 22 and stopping at frame 28. 1.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL . Select the toolbar icon "Create profile": Select from panel "Profiles" the option icon "Horizontal profiles": Also for this horizontal profile you specify type of profile and it's position by means of panel "Create profile".Basic Training Course This end shape contains a small welding hole in the corner. You can enter the appropriate radius of this welding hole within panel "End type": By selecting the 'OK' button.9. · A longitudinal deck beam HP 200 x 9. starting at frame 28 and stopping at frame 31. starting at frame 22 and stopping at frame 28.6 Create horizontal profiles After creating the transverse deck beam at frame 28. you will create two longitudinal deck beams at 1320 from CL: · A longitudinal deck beam HP 200 x 9. the transverse deck beam at frame 28 will be created. Generally speaking the last used type of profile is used 50 Version 5.

In this situation you will create only one profile at 1320 from centerline. Within this panel the available options are quite similar to the presented options within panel "Create profile" in the case of vertical profiles.1 09/2005 51 . In this situation the default type of profile HP 200 x 9 is the correct one. This profile will be located below the deck with a thickness direction from the centerline. The differences are listed below: · To determine the position of one profile or a series of profiles. · The thickness direction of the profile now depends on the actual position of the profile with respect to the centerline. NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5.Basic Training Course as the default for the new one. you will now use the fields 'From breadth' and 'To breath' instead of 'To frame' and 'From frame'.

inside the plate. enter value 0 for 'Horizontal distance'. Now the forward end of the profile will be defined by means of the same panel: 52 Version 5. Select the first end shape being end shape type 'C': Next. Now you determine the aft end of the profile by means of panel "Border value": The aft end of the longitudinal deck beam is limited by the aft boundary of plate "Deck 6200".1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL . We take as start point the aft end of the profile. At the aft end the horizontal distance is 0 mm.Basic Training Course After selecting the 'OK' button. you have to specify the length of the profile by defining it's start and end points. Refer to this aft boundary by selecting a point just in front of it. enter the radius for the small welding hole in the corner: By selecting the 'OK' button you have defined the aft relation of the longitudinal deck beam.

1 09/2005 53 . the aft most longitudinal deck beam will be created. starting at frame 28 and stopping at frame 31. besides the welding hole. This special type is chosen because it contains. The value "0" for the 'Horizontal distance' has already been inserted as default. The properties of this second beam are listed in the following table: NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5. you can also select a point few millimeters on the left hand side of the deck beam at frame 28. in a similar way. Select the second end shape being end shape type 'N'. Now you will create the forward longitudinal deck beam. an additional hole to deliver room for the bulb profile: Finally enter the radius of the upper corner: By selecting the 'OK' button.Basic Training Course The forward end of the longitudinal deck beam is limited by frame 28. Instead of entering value 28-9 for 'frame numbers'.

By creating seams on a plate you do not divide the plate into smaller parts. Splitting plates. 2. you cut the plate into smaller(more) plates.Basic Training Course Name of panel Option Value Create profile Selected profile type 'Body size' 'Thickness' 'From breadth' 'Body direction' 'Thickness direction' 'Type of material' Limitation 'Horizontal distance' '1st end shape' 200 9 1320 Towards Base From CL GR-A First limitation Indicate frame 28 0 Border value End type Border value 'Radius' Limitation 'Horizontal distance' '2nd end shape' 35 Second limitation Indicate frame 31 40 1. The plate you have created until now is too big for the cutting machine.7 Create seams horizontal Now you will create three welding seams in plate "Deck 6200". Creating seams. Within NUPAS-CADMATIC Hull there are two ways for dividing plates: 1. unless you start to code this plate. It needs to be divided in smaller parts by creating seams in the plate. By splitting a plate.9.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL . The advantage of using seams during the engineering process is the 54 Version 5.

that you are able to change the position of the seams on the plate easily.Basic Training Course fact. · A horizontal seam at 6550 from CL. In such cases you have to split the plate first and then change the thickness of the concerning part. due to a difference in intermediate distance between them. Select the toolbar icon "Welds": After selecting this icon the panel "Welds" is displayed: This panel contains two options for Seams: NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5. These seams can't be made in one step.1 09/2005 55 . Therefore our recommendation is to use seams to take care of the following prerequisite: the plate must have an equal thickness! Sometimes it is required to make a part of the existing plate thicker or thinner. First you will make two seams at 1940 and 3910 from CL and then you will make the remaining one at 6550 from CL. In this case the upper deck "Deck 6200" contains three seams: · A horizontal seam at 1940 from CL. Now we are going to create the first two horizontal seams in plate "Deck 6200". · A horizontal seam at 3910 from CL. since the plate is not really splitted. which has an equal thickness of 8 mm.

select option icon "Seam horizontal": According to the hint "Select part in which a welding seam has to be placed" you select plate "Deck 6200". positioned at 6550 from cl. Now let's create the third horizontal weld in plate "Deck 6200". This weld. two soft seams are created at 1940 and 3910 from cl. Enter the location of the first two welds to be created by means of panel "Create welds": By pressing the 'OK' button. is created in a similar way as the previous ones.Basic Training Course · Seam horizontal · Seam vertical Due to the horizontal division.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL . 56 Version 5.

you complete the process using the "ABORT" button on the toolbar after you have indicated the positions whereat the weld symbols should be placed. If you don't wish to place a welding code. Other wise you complete the process with selecting the 'Ok' button of the panel "Weld symbols'.Basic Training Course 1.1 09/2005 57 . in which you can select a welding code: This welding code is not used by everyone. Select the toolbar icon "Welds" again: Select from panel "Welds" the ninth option icon "Weld symbol": The system will display an additional panel "Weld symbols".9. Here you will only add weld symbols to the seams without additional welding codes. NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5.8 Create weld symbols (1) Now you will add weld symbols to the created seams. Please indicate the desired positions of the weld symbol for all three seams and complete the process by selecting the toolbar button "ABORT" so that no welding codes are placed.

You will check the division of plate "Deck 6200" in four individual parts by coding it. These output files contain both geometric and production information of the part and will be imported in a nesting program. The graphical screen will be split up in two parts: one part contains the original drawing and the other part contains the coded part.9. a plate containing seams will not be divided into smaller parts. Coding a plate means creating one or more DXF-output files for Computer Aided Manufacturing. In real life the entire section will be coded after the section has been completed Select "CAM"->"Code plate" from the menu and the system will display panel "Code part": Please follow the instruction given by hint "Select the part to be coded" and select plate "Deck 6200" .9 Code plate (1) As explained before. With the 'Switch windows' button from panel "Coded part" you are able to switch between these windows. unless you code this plate. 58 Version 5.Basic Training Course 1. Generally speaking the "Code plate" option is only used for individual geometrically complex plates to verify if the generated production output is correct.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL .

The white marking lines also contain one or more triangles. These triangles indicate the thickness direction of the connected deck beams.dxf": Within window "Code part" you see that every plate has it's own orientation symbol.1 09/2005 59 .Basic Training Course In this situation the first coded part in DXF-format "6116108-1-1.dxf".dxf". By using the 'Next' button you are able to display and add to this window all the coded parts belonging to this plate one by one as it is illustrated in the figure below displaying the files "6116108-1-1. "6116108-1-2. NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5. "6116108-1-3.dxf" will be displayed within window "Code part". The cutting lines are displayed in green and the marking lines are displayed in white.dxf" and "6116108-1-4.

You will see that plate "Deck 6200" is still one plate with the seams: the coding process does not modify the original part but generates an extract from it. which must be marked from above on the cutting machine.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL .10. Load drawing frame view "108-28" q 2.Basic Training Course The plate is shown upside down.10 Frame 28 1. Choose "Update active section" to see the deck beams and the position of the seams in the upper deck 3. 1. Now return to the original plate in 3D-Contek by using the toolbar button "ABORT" or hot key <Esc>. Load drawing frame view "108-28" 60 Version 5. Add small weld symbols to the seams End situation Additional description of actions: 1. Overview of actions: 1. As part of the coding process the plate is automatically turned upside down because of the marking lines.1 Basic training steps (11) Start situation Now you can check in Frame view the deck beams and soft seams.

1 09/2005 61 .Basic Training Course Load drawing frame view "108-28" is similar to load drawing top view "108-6200". you indicate a position just above the blue seam symbol at the upper deck. where symbol has to be put". NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5. 1.2 Create weld symbols (2) You have the possibility to add small welding symbols to the seams in the upper deck.10. The small welding symbols will be created above the location of the seams. but you should indicate the deck beam at frame 28 within the current top view "108-6200". The location of each seam is illustrated by the following symbol: Select the toolbar icon "Welds": Select from panel "Welds" the tenth option icon "Weld symbol": Follow the instruction given in the hint "Indicate position on line.

4.11. 5. 62 Version 5.11.11 3D-Show: Viewing options 1.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL . 7. 8.1 Basic training steps (12) Start situation Now you will switch to the application 3D-Show to view the active section in a 3dimensional environment. Switch to application 3D-Show Show active section in a 3-dimensional environment Show additional section "102" in a 3-dimensional environment Remove additional section "102" Hide lines from active section Shade lines from active section View section from different perspectives by means of the view tool Switch to application "3D-Contek" Later on you will practice the creation of construction parts within the application "3D-Show". 2.Basic Training Course 1. 3. Overview of actions: 1. 6. End situation 1.2 Switch to another application You can switch to another application by opening menu "Applications" and selecting one of the available applications: · 2D-Contek.

System Management. the system will switch to the new application and present the menu bar. Plantek. To switch from 3D-Contek to 3D-Show.1 09/2005 63 . To switch from "3D-Show" back to "3D-Contek" again. During this course. you select "Applications"Ú"3DShow" from the menu: 2. toolbar and speed bar of that application. you will only switch between the applications 3D-Show and 3D-Contek: 1.Basic Training Course · · · · · · · 3D-Contek. 3D-Ship. Hull shape. Shell. After you have selected the appropriate application. you select "Applications"Ú"3D-Contek" from the menu: NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5. 3D-Show.

1.Basic Training Course 1. select section 108 and select the 'OK' button.4 Show section 64 Version 5.11.3 Show active section Within the application 3D-Show two different options are available to display the active section: · The first and quickest option is to select "Presentation"Ú"Show active section" from the menu. As a result the system will display the chosen section in the graphical screen.11. · The second option is to select the toolbar icon "Retrieve blocks": Select the active section from panel "Get sections": In this case.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL .

you use the option "Full" by selecting the following speed bar icon : NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5. which can be viewed: By selecting section 102 and then the 'OK' button. you choose one or more sections from the list of available sections. In order to see both sections 102 and 108 in the full screen. Panel "Get sections" lists all sections.Basic Training Course Within the application 3D-Show you can also display other sections than just the active one. the system will retrieve section 102.1 09/2005 65 . To display additional sections. you select the toolbar icon "Retrieve blocks": After selecting this icon.

To see the remaining section 108 in the full screen. the system will remove section 102 from the graphical screen. the panel "Remove sections" appears with a list of all currently displayed sections: By selecting section 102 and then the 'OK' button.11. you select the speed bar icon "Full": 66 Version 5. you select the toolbar icon "Switch off blocks": After selecting this icon.5 Remove section Within the application 3D-Show you can remove sections from the graphical screen.Basic Training Course 1.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL . To remove or switch off sections.

you select the toolbar icon "HID": 1.8 View tool NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5.6 Hidden lines Within the application 3D-Show you can remove hidden lines from the current view of presented sections.1 09/2005 67 .11.11. To remove hidden lines from one or more presented sections.7 Shaded view Within the application 3D-Show you can remove hidden lines from the current view of presented sections and shade the resulting picture in one action. To remove hidden lines and shade one or more displayed sections. you select the toolbar icon "SHA": 1.Basic Training Course 1.11.

Select the toolbar icon "View tool" to see the displayed section(s) from another direction: After selecting this icon the panel "View tool" appears: The viewing options will be shortly explained here: 68 Version 5.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL . the application 3D-Show contains a viewing tool.Basic Training Course In order to view the displayed section(s) from different perspectives.

Basic Training Course · · · · · Top view Side view Rear view Iso rear Iso front : : : : : : · Fit · Top view section · Side view section · Rear view section : : : Show displayed section from top Show displayed section from side Show displayed section from rear or behind Show displayed section in isometric view from behind (stern) Show displayed section in isometric view from the front (stem) Display section in a maximum perspective view. even when one of its boundaries has been moved. If you want to remove panel "View tool" from the screen.1 09/2005 69 . So the corner holes are part of the topology of the plate. bulkhead 3960" with thickness 10 mm and two corner holes. the corner holes will be made in the contour of the plate. Also the combination of <SHIFT> + <CTRL> can be used to rotate interactively Create and show the intersection of the displayed sections with a plane at an user-defined height Create and show the intersection of the displayed sections with a plane at an user-defined breadth Create and show the intersection of the displayed sections with a plane at an user-defined frame number All viewing options can be used in combination with the available options for removing hidden lines and shading. During the creation of this plate. The button 'Rotate Interactively' is become available and can be used to view the section from an arbitrary angle. section 3960 off cl 1.12.12 Long. NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5. you press the 'Close' button. 1. meaning that the corner holes always remain at the corners of the plate.1 Create plates (4) Now you will create the lower aft plate "Long.

Select 70 Version 5. The boundaries of the plate will be defined as follows: · Start with the aft boundary of the plate defined by the minimum length. press the 'OK' button and specify the plate boundaries. you enter the values for 'Thickness' and 'Thickness direction' in panel "Plate thickness and type of material": This plate has a thickness of 10 mm and the thickness direction is from CL. Ignore the value for 'Shift of working plane'.Basic Training Course Let's create the plate by selecting the toolbar icon "Create plate": After selecting this icon.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL .

· Secondly select the aft most deck plate by indicating a few millimeters below this plate. 1.1 09/2005 71 . Length' button and enter value 29+50 in the entry box. The value +9 has to do with the thickness of the aft bulkhead. bulkhead 3960" vertically at the position of frame 26 minus 50 mm NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5. · The last boundaries are the lower decks "Deck 3500". consisting of two deck plates with different thicknesses: · First select the forward deck plate by indicating a few millimeters below this plate.2 Create hard seams Now you will split aft plate "Long. Length' button and enter value 22+9 in the entry box. By selecting the 'Ok' button the plate "Long. bulkhead 3960" will be created. · Add the corner hole with radius 50 mm to the last boundary by selecting option 'Cutout' and entering the value 50 for the radius in the entry box. · Add the corner hole with radius 50 mm to the aft boundary by selecting option 'Cutout' and entering the value 50 for the radius in the entry box: · The next boundary is the hull line. which can be defined by indicating a point near and inside the hull line. Let's spit plate "Long.Basic Training Course the 'Min. Select the 'Max. bulkhead 3960" in two smaller plates by means of "Split plate". · The next boundary is the forward boundary defined by the maximum length.12.

this is used for horizontal as well as vertical splitting. By selecting the 'OK' button . You will the plate at frame 26 minus 50 mm by entering value 26-50 for 'Point 1' within column 'length'. Note: According to the hint "Indicate plate or seam" you can also indicate an existing seam.Basic Training Course Select the toolbar icon "Change Plates": Select from panel "Plates" option icon "Split plate": There is only one option for splitting plates. you only need to enter one point. In that case the plate will be splitsing the popositionf the selected seam. bulkhead 3960" will be split in two plates. According to the hint "Indicate plate or seam" you select plate "Long. you will split the plate slant wise. the plate "Long. Enter the position of the weld by means of panel "Split part": For both horizontal and vertical splitting. 72 Version 5. bulkhead 3960" by indicating inside the plate near the hull line.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL . By using two different points.

bulkhead 3960" from 10 into 12 mm. follow the instruction given in the hint "Indicate plate" and select either the forward or mid plate by indicating a point on in the concerning plate.Basic Training Course 1. you select the toolbar icon "Change plates": After selecting this icon the panel "Plates" is displayed: NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5.3 Thickness text You will place thickness text including part numbers on all three plates. 1.12. If you want to modify plates.4 Change thickness plates You have to change the thickness of the mid plate "Long. you will also get a part number symbol.12. Select the toolbar icon "Thickness text" to place thickness text on plates: As a standard.1 09/2005 73 .

The current thickness of the selected part is displayed within the hint area: "Thickness of selected part 10". During the basic training course. bulkhead 3960".Basic Training Course This panel contains ten plate modification options. you will use the following three options: · Change thickness · Change plate · Undo plate change Let's change the thickness of the mid plate by selecting option icon "Change thickness": According to the hint "Indicate construction part or bracket" you select the mid plate "Long. By means of panel "Select plates" you can change both the thickness direction and the thickness. In this situation only the thickness needs to be changed by selecting option 'Thickness' and entering value 12 in the input box: 74 Version 5.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL .

Select the toolbar icon "Change plates": NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5.Basic Training Course By selecting the 'OK' button. the thickness of the mid plate "Long. you have to add the missing corner hole(see the drawing) at low right corner of the plate afterwards.5 Change plates (1) Since the aft plate "Long.1 09/2005 75 .12. You can add this corner hole with radius 75 mm by modifying the aft plate. bulkhead 3960" has not been created using the option "Create plate" and is a result of splitting. bulkhead 3960" will be changed. 1.

the boundary belonging to this relation is highlighted on the graphical screen. After selecting this plate you will be presented with an overview of the boundaries/relations of the selected plate in the panel "Relations overview": You will also be presented with the panel "Modify a plate contour": You can select a relation by either pointing at one of the plate boundaries in the graphical screen or by selecting one from the list of panel "Relations overview".1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL . bulkhead 3960". If applicable the current boundary 76 Version 5.Basic Training Course Select from panel "Plates" option icon "Change plate": According to the hint "Indicate construction part that has to be modified" you select the aft plate "Long. When a relation is selected from the list. When a relation is selected by pointing at a plate boundary. it will also be selected in the list.

1 09/2005 77 . you select the hull line. Taking in account the general rule that the plate boundaries have been defined counterclockwise and the desired position of the corner hole. According to the hint "Indicate relation to be changed". The relation will be highlighted in panel "Relations overview": You add the corner hole to the selected boundary by entering value "75" for 'Cutout': NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5. bulkhead 3960". you have to select the relation for modification. For example if you select the aft most plate boundary.Basic Training Course properties are presented in panel "Modify a plate contour". relation 4 within panel "Relations overview" will be highlighted and the concerning properties 'Min. length' with value 22+9 and 'Cutout' with value 50 are displayed within panel "Modify a plate contour". Let's add a corner hole with radius 75 mm to the aft plate "Long.

Thus the arrow direction depends on the indication point just outside the hole. the panel "Relations overview" will be updated according( see relation 6 ) at the same time: Note: The corner hole will always be placed at the end of the concerning relation! Please select the 'OK' button to accept your modification of plate "Long. Both the arrow and the dimension will be placed outside the hole. 1.12.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL . you should not click inside the hole but just outside of it.6 Dimention holes(2) The dimensioning of holes is similar to the dimensioning of standard hole 850/450.Basic Training Course You can get a preview of the result by selecting the 'Compute' button. To dimension the small ventilation and draining holes. 78 Version 5. for example point 1 or point 2. This functionality will be explained by means of the following figure: The arrow with the hole dimension will be drawn from the center of the hole through the indication point. bulkhead 3960".

bulkhead 3960" by clicking inside this plate. of construction parts is to retrieve parts information by using the toolbar icon "ATT ?". without aborting the option itself and you can directly select a new proper place for the dimension of the hole.7 Parts info (1) It is already evident that the thickness of mid plate "Long. Furthermore during this option you can zoom in or out by using respectively hot key <1> and hot key <3> or by using the speed bar options. Select the toolbar icon "ATT?": According to the hint "Select item" you select the mid plate "Long. Another possibility to check the thickness. The system displays the panel "3D-Item information" with geometric information about this plate: NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5. because you have placed the actual thickness on this plate by using the toolbar icon "Thickness text".12. dimensions.Basic Training Course You can always use the hot key <k> to remove the last placed dimension if you are not satisfied with the result.1 09/2005 79 . 1. bulkhead 3960" has been changed from 10 into 12 mm. etc.

'ATT' and 'EXTRA'. Within this training step you will create the lower part of this view. you will cut the aft plate in two smaller plates at the position frame 26 minus 50 mm. Overview of actions: 1. you will follow a different approach in creating this lower part to practice additional options within NUPAS-CADMATIC Hull: · You will create one aft plate from frame 22 until frame 29 plus 50 mm with a thickness of 10 mm. Besides geometric information for an item. · You will create the forward plate from frame 29 plus 50 mm until frame 31 with a thickness of 10 mm.13 Basic training steps (13) Start situation Now you will load to the longitudinal section "Long. 1. · By using "Split plate". The end result will be the same as shown on the drawing. Shift baseline q 80 Version 5. section 3960 off CL". you can verify to which item the presented information belongs: the selected item will be highlighted in the graphical screen. Choose "Update active section" 3. Information about these options can be found in part three "Specific options". Load drawing side view "108-3960" q 2. also logistical information.Basic Training Course This geometric information is related to the position of the selected item. attribute information and additional information can be retrieved by using the buttons 'LOG'. By using the 'HIGH' button. In contrary with the drawing. · You will change the thickness of the mid plate from 10 into 12 mm. · You will add a corner hole to the aft plate with radius 50 mm.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL .

Create ventilation/draining holes with radius 50 mm q 13. What still needs to be done is the creation of the longitudinal bulkhead of 10 mm and the longitudinal girder. 4. bulkhead 3960" from 10 to 12 mm 10. 3. Create forward plate "Long. with the exceptions that you select "Side" as type of view and "108-3960" as drawing name within panel "Choose section". Place standard text "Long. Change thickness of the mid plate "Long. section 3960 off CL" above view Place standard text "Long. Place thickness text and part number on plates 9. Place standard text "Long. section 3960 off CL" above view q 5.Basic Training Course 4. Cut aft plate with a hard seam in two smaller plates at position FR26-50 8. Create holes with diameter 450 mm q 12. NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5. So it's better to make first the transfer plate at frame 29 and later on refer the small longitudinal plate and the girder to the transfer plate at frame 29. Load drawing side view "108-3960" Load drawing side view "108-3960" is similar to load drawing frame view "10827". Dimension holes 14. bulkhead 3960" 11.1 09/2005 81 . We prefer to make these parts later. Check properties of available parts By now you have finished the lower part of this view. section 3960 off CL". Please select from panel "Text menu" the text "Long. Add corner hole to the aft plate "Long. section 6600 off CL". because the transfer plate at frame 29 is continuous. section 3960 off cl" above view is similar to place standard text "Deck 6200 above base" above view. Shift baseline The baseline is lifted up from 0 to 1500 from base by means of shifting. Create aft plate "Long. like you have done within "Long. bulkhead 3960" with thickness 10 mm from FR29+50 until FR31 q 7. bulkhead 3960" with thickness 10 mm from FR22 until FR29+50 6. End situation Additional description of actions: 1.

Length' Indicate the deck Indicate the forward boundary of aft plate "Long. Create ventilation/draining holes with radius 50 mm The creation of ventilation and draining holes is similar to the creation of draining holes.5 Hole types 450 11. that these holes will not be topological! Let's first create four de-aeration holes by indicating the aft most deck plate and supplying the following properties: Name of panel Option Value Create draining/ventilation holes 'From frame' 'To frame' 'Radius' 22. bulkhead 3960" with thickness 10 mm from FR29+50 until FR31 The creation of forward plate "Long bulkhead 3960" with thickness 10 mm is similar to the creation of plate "Deck 6200" with the following plate boundaries: Option Value 'Max.5 25.Basic Training Course 6.5 50 Now create three draining holes along the hull line by indicating the hull line and 82 Version 5. Create holes with diameter 450 mm The creation of these holes is similar to the creation of standard holes 850/450 mm with the following properties: Name of panel Option Value Create holes 'From frame' 'From height' 'To frame' Selected hole type 'Diameter' 22.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL . bulkhead 3960" Indicate the hull line 31 10. Create forward plate "Long. Be aware of the fact.5 3000 25.

Thus the arrow direction depends on the indication point just outside the hole. you should not click inside the hole but just outside of it.5 25. Thus you can directly select a new proper place for the dimension of the hole. Both the arrow and the dimension will be placed outside the hole.5 50 12. for example point 1 or point 2. but you still keep inside the option. NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5. If something goes wrong with this option. This functionality will be explained by means of the following figure: The arrow with the hole dimension will be drawn from the center of the hole through the indication point.1 09/2005 83 . Dimension holes The dimensioning of holes is similar to the dimensioning of standard hole 850/450. you can use the hot key <k> to remove the dimension.Basic Training Course supplying the following properties: Name of panel Option Value Create draining/ventilation holes 'From frame' 'To frame' 'Radius' 23. To dimension the small ventilation and draining holes. Furthermore during this option you can zoom in or zoom out by using respectively hot key <1> and hot key <3> or by using the speed bar options.

29" with thickness 10 mm q Divide upper plate "Bulkhead Fr. 3. If the transverse bulkhead should be continuous instead of the longitudinal bulkhead. Overview of actions: 1. As far as the upper plates are concerned. · Two upper plates with thickness 10 mm.14. These arrows have the same kind of functionality as placing seams does. you will not create two single plates but one big plate instead and divide this into two plates by using arrows. If you take a look at the drawing. you just remove the stopping arrow and place a continuous one.Basic Training Course 1.1 Basic training steps (14) Start situation You will switch to frame view "Frame 29".14 Frame 29 1. 2. 5. Code plate "Bulkhead Fr. Load drawing frame view "108-29" Choose "Update active section" Place standard text "Frame 29" above view q Create lower plate "Bulkhead Fr. 6. you will see three plates: · One lower plate with thickness 12 mm. 29" to check the division of this plate in two plates q End situation Additional description of actions: 84 Version 5. 29" in two single plates at the position of 6600 off CL by using arrows of type "stopping" 7.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL . Return to the previous view "108-29" q 9. 4. Switch to the longitudinal view "108-6600" to see the contra arrows q 8. This means that during the coding process the plate will be split according to the used arrows. This offers you a high flexibility. 29" with thickness 12 mm q Create one upper plate "Bulkhead Fr.

29" contains the following steps: The creation of this plate with thickness 12 mm is similar to the creation of plate "Deck 3500" with the following plate boundaries: Option Value 'Max. Place standard text "Frame 29" above view Place standard text "Frame 29" above view is smiler to place standard text "Deck 6200 above base" above view. Breadth' 3950 Indicate the lower deck Indicate the hull line Indicate the upper deck NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5. 29" with thickness 10 mm The creation of plate "Bulkhead Fr. 29" with thickness 10 mm is similar to the creation of plate "Deck 6200" with the following plate boundaries: Option Value 'Min.1 09/2005 85 . Create one upper plate "Bulkhead Fr. 4. Please select from panel "Text menu" the text "Frame 29". Height' 'Min. Breadth' Indicate the hull line Indicate the lower deck Indicate the longitudinal bulkhead 3960 2785 3920 5. 29" with thickness 12 mm The creation of the lower plate "Bulkhead Fr.Basic Training Course 3. Create lower plate "Bulkhead Fr.

it is of course not possible to load such a drawing by indicating a construction part.Basic Training Course 7. To get this menu you just click somewhere in an area on the screen where no construction exists and the menu appears. In this case you have to select the drawing from the menu. Code plate "Bulkhead Fr. So far you have not created any construction part within frame 29 and therefore you click in an empty area within side view "108-3960". Here you want to switch from side view "108-3960" to frame view "108-29". 8. Return back to the previous view "108-29" Load drawing frame view "108-29" by means of indicating the longitudinal bulkhead with arrows within the current drawing. These contra arrows are continuous arrows. You can verify that this plate is indeed split up into two single plates. 29" is similar to coding plate "Deck 6200". Switch to the longitudinal view "108-6600" to see the contra arrows Load drawing side view "108-6600" by means of indicating the longitudinal bulkhead with arrows within the current drawing. 1. 9.14. Please select 'Update Active section' in order to see the contra arrows.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL . The system will display panel "Choose section": 86 Version 5. 29" to check the division of this plate in two plates Coding one plate "Bulkhead Fr.2 Load drawing (3) To load a drawing you have to select the toolbar icon "GET": When the current drawing does not contain actual construction parts belonging to the drawing you want to load.

The system will open this drawing and display it.3 Stopping arrows Now you will divide the upper plate "Bulkhead Fr. 29" into two single plates by using the arrows of type "Stopping".Basic Training Course Please select 'Frame' in this panel as the type of view and the drawing 108-29 from the list. 1. Select the toolbar icon "Arrows": After selecting this icon the panel "Slots" is displayed: NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5.14.1 09/2005 87 .

1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL . The stopping arrows will be located at the indicated position. You complete the action by using the 'Abort' button on the tool bar. When the arrow does not have this blue line symbol then it is considered as a 2D drawing symbol.i.Basic Training Course This panel contains six types of arrows. when you place a stopping arrow on a plate in section. 29" at the position of 6600 from CL by selecting option icon "Stopping arrows": According to the hint "Indicate line" you select the vertical line at the position of 6600 from CL. During the basic training course. you will see that it contains a blue line symbol: This indicates that the arrow is a 3D arrow. When you zoom in on the arrow. bulkhead 6600". meaning that during coding the plate will be split. which divides two plates in plan view with different 88 Version 5. you will see examples of the following types: · Continuous · Stopping · Egg box Let's split the upper plate "Bulkhead Fr. which represents the longitudinal bulkhead "Long. This type of arrows appear f.

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1.15.1 Basic training steps (15)

As a side step within this training course, you will use "egg box" arrows instead of "stopping" arrows. Below you will find an example of what is meant with the egg box system:

This egg box system is mainly used in double bottoms to reduce the number of parts and to reduce man hours during fabrication.

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By means of coding plate "Bulkhead Fr. 29", you will examine the difference between different types of arrows. By removing the arrows of type "egg box" and placing arrows of type "stopping", you will return back to the initial situation. Overview of actions: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Remove arrows of type "stopping" by using remove construction parts Place arrows of type "egg box" Code plate "Bulkhead Fr. 29" Remove arrows of type "egg box" q Return to the original situation by placing arrows of type "stopping" q

Additional description of actions: 4. Remove arrows of type "egg box" Removing arrows of type "egg box" is similar to removing arrows of type "stopping" 5. Return to the original situation and place arrow of type "stopping" Placing arrows of type stopping is already explained within the previous training step.

1.15.2 Remove construction parts

Now you will remove the "stopping" arrows belonging to the plate "Bulkhead Fr. 29". The system will automatically remove the contra arrows of type "continuous" belonging to plate "Long. bulkhead 6600". To remove construction parts from a drawing, you select the toolbar icon "Remove construction":

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By means of panel "Remove items" you can select the item(s) to be removed:

The upper part of this panel until option 'Highlight' contains the already explained standard options for selecting items within NUPAS-CADMATIC Hull. In complicated situations it might be hard to select the appropriate items within the drawing. In order to make it more easier to select items on graphical screen you can select the type of concerning items to be removed first, by means of the 'pull down' menu on the panel "Remove items"

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selectable. The 'OK' button is used to remove the selected items . Let's remove the "stopping" arrows. Because it's easy to select the arrows within the drawing, you accept the default selection method 'Cross hair', the default selection 'Select' and the default item type 'Any'. Check the selection by using the 'Highlight' button if needed and select the 'OK' button to remove the arrows. Note: The last removal can be undone by means of selecting "Construction"Ú"Undo last removal" from the menu.

1.15.3 Eggbox arrows

After removing "stopping" arrows, you will place arrows of type "egg box" within plate "Bulkhead Fr. 29" at the position of 6600 from CL. Select the toolbar icon "Arrows":

Select from panel "Slots" the third option icon "Egg box":

According to the hint "Indicate line" you select the line at the position of 6600 from CL, which represents the longitudinal bulkhead "Long. bulkhead 6600". The egg box arrows will be placed on the indicated line.

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1.15.4 Code plate (2)

By coding plate "Bulkhead Fr. 29" you will understand the use of these egg box arrows. To code this plate you select "CAM"Ú"Code plate" from the menu and indicate plate "Bulkhead Fr. 29". The procedure is similar to coding plate "Deck 6200". Therefore only the result of the coding process will be explained here. The coded part is displayed below:

You see that the bulkhead "Bulkhead Fr. 29" is one plate again, but it has a slot at the position of the longitudinal bulkhead "Long. bulkhead 6600". The longitudinal bulkhead will have the contra slot, so the two plates can be shifted into each other.

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Note: You can check the existence of this contra slot in plate "Long. bulkhead 6600" by coding this plate in the drawing "108-6600" of the side view as well:

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1.16.1 Basic training steps (16)

Start situation After the creation of one lower plate and two upper plates, you will add the following construction parts: · The upper stiffeners HP 220 x 10 between the decks "Deck 3500" and "Deck 6200"; · The lower stiffeners HP 220 x 10 between the hull and the lower deck "Deck 3500"; · The transverse deck beam HP 140 x 8; · A bracket between deck beam and transverse bulkhead "Bulkhead Fr. 29". Finally you will dimension the decks, deck beam, bulkhead and stiffeners.

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Overview of actions: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 Create upper stiffeners at 4620, 5280 and 5940 off CL Modify end types of upper stiffeners at 4620, 5280 and 5940 off CL Modify direction of upper stiffeners at 4620, 5280 and 5940 off CL Modify length of upper stiffeners at 4620, 5280 and 5940 off CL Create the upper stiffener at 7250 off CL q Create lower stiffeners at 4620, 5280 and 5940 off CL q Modify length of lower stiffeners at 4620, 5280 and 5940 off CL Create lower stiffener at 6600 off CL q To bring this lower stiffener into line with the bulkhead, shift lower stiffener at 6600 off CL 10 mm to starboard Create transverse deck beam at FR29 Create bracket "A 02" between deck beam and transverse bulkhead Reposition text "Frame 29" above view Check deck beam at port side Horizontal and vertical dimensions Profile dimensions

After finishing this view, you will return to the longitudinal section "Long. section 3960 off cl" to finish that view. End situation

Additional description of actions: 5. Create the upper stiffener at 7250 from CL The creation of one upper stiffener at 7250 from CL is similar to the creation of upper stiffeners at 4620, 5280 and 5940 off CL with the following properties:

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5280 and 5940 off CL according to the following properties: 96 Version 5.Basic Training Course Name of panel Option Value Create profile Selected profile type 'Body size' 'Thickness' 'From breadth' 'Body direction' 'Thickness direction' 'Type of material' Limitation 'Vertical distance' '1st end shape' 220 10 7250 Towards reversed frame Towards CL GR-A First limitation Indicate the lower deck 40 Border value End type Border value 'Angle of edge' 'Nose height' Limitation 'Vertical distance' '2nd end shape' 60 25 Second limitation Indicate the upper deck 40 6. Create lower stiffeners at 4620.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL .

1 09/2005 97 .Basic Training Course Name of panel Option Value Create profile Selected profile type 'Body size' 'Thickness' 'From breadth' 'To breadth' 'Number of items' 'Body direction' 'Thickness direction' 'Type of material' Limitation 'Parallel distance' '1st end shape' 220 10 4620 5940 3 Towards reversed frame Towards CL GR-A First limitation Indicate the hull line 40 Border value Border value Limitation 'Vertical distance' '2nd end shape' Second limitation Indicate the lower deck 40 End type 'Radius' 35 8. Create lower stiffener at 6600 off CL according to the following properties: NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5.

This sheet contains the longitudinal sections 4620.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL . During the creation process of these stiffeners you will deliberately make some mistakes in order to practice the modification of these stiffeners afterwards! 98 Version 5.16. 5280 and 5940 off centerline with details of the stiffeners on bulkhead of frame 29.Basic Training Course Name of panel Option Value Create profile Selected profile type 'Body size' 'Thickness' 'From breadth' 'Body direction' 'Thickness direction' 'Type of material' Limitation 'Parallel distance' '1st end shape' 140 8 6600 Towards reversed frame Towards CL GR-A First limitation Indicate the hull line 40 Border value End type Border value 'Angle of edge' 'Nose height' Limitation 'Vertical distance' '2nd end shape' 60 25 Second limitation Indicate the lower deck 0 End type 'Radius' 35 1.2 Create vertical profiles (2) Before you can make the upper stiffeners take a look at the second sheet drawing.

Basic Training Course You will create the upper stiffeners HP 220 x 10 at 4620. 5280 and 5940 from CL in one action.1 09/2005 99 . Select the toolbar icon "Create profile": Select from panel "Profiles" option icon "Vertical profiles": You specify the type of profile and it's position by means of panel "Create profile": NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5.

thus the values for 'From breadth' and 'To breadth' are 4620 and 5940. Then you need to select the end shape: the correct one should be type 'C' but select 'A' for now. only the values of these options will be given here: · The type of profile is "HP" or "Bulb" and therefore the following option icon is selected: · The size of the profiles is HP 220 x 10. · The first and last profile are respectively located at 4620 and 5940 from CL. · The type of material of the profiles will be the standard material 'GR-A'. you have to specify the length of the profile by defining it's start and endpoint. you will leave it at 40 mm. First you determine the lower end of the profile by means of panel "Border value": According to the hint "Indicate 1st relation" you select the lower deck "Deck 3500" by indicating a fraction above this deck. Later on you will verify these directions. Then the step size will be automatically calculated by the program. So enter value 3 for 'Number of items'. but it's easier to use the number of items. Of course you can calculate the step size. please. · For now accept the presented default values 'From reversed frame' and 'Towards CL' for the options 'Body direction' and 'Thickness direction'. thus the values for 'Body size' and 'Thickness' are 220 and 10. It's preferable to start with the lower end.Basic Training Course Because you are already familiar with the meaning of the options within this panel. Although the vertical distance should be 0 mm. Now you can continue by either entering the step size or giving the number of items. If these directions turn out to be wrong. 100 Version 5. After selecting the 'OK' button.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL . you will use the profile modification options.

three profiles of type HP 220 x 10 will be created at 4620. 5280 and 5940 from CL. 1.16.Basic Training Course Secondly you determine the upper end of the profile by means of panel "Border value": According to the hint "Indicate 2nd relation" you select the upper deck "Deck 6200" by indicating a fraction below this deck.3 Change endtype of profiles As you know the three upper profiles HP 220 x 10 have been created with the following faults: · These profiles have the wrong direction. · At the lower end these profiles are too short. The vertical distance is indeed 40 mm. Please select type 'A' as the second end shape. Now you will modify these profiles by selecting the 'Change' button from panel "Profiles". · At the lower end these profiles have the wrong end types. After selecting the second end shape. which is still available on the screen: NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5.1 09/2005 101 .

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1 09/2005 103 .Basic Training Course This panel contains a lot of modification options. you will use the following options: · Change end type of profile · Change direction of profile in view · Lengthen profile to line · Lengthen profile · Shift profile · Change size/type of profile in view · Turn profile Let's start with the modification of the end types by selecting option icon "Change end type profiles": By means of panel "Profiles selection" you select the profiles by using the default selection method 'Clump': NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5. During the basic training course.

the profile at 4620 from CL. you select the 'OK' button.g.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL . You enter the value "35" for the radius of this hole with in the presented panel "End type": After selecting the 'OK' button. Now select the correct end type from panel "Change end shapes": In this case choose end type "C": This end shape contains a small welding hole in the corner. According to the hint "Select a plate or profile" you select e. the lower end shapes of the profiles will be modified from type "A" into type "C". After selecting all three ends. You can check if these profiles have been successfully modified by selecting "Presentation"Ú"Show construction" Ú"One part" from the menu.Basic Training Course You make a box around the lower ends of the profiles in such a way that the end flags are included within this box. The selected profile will be displayed in plan view as here below: 104 Version 5.

Basic Training Course Also panel "Show construction" is displayed: The 'Next' button is used to return from the current profile view back to the original view. This gives you the possibility to select a second profile or plate. You must use the toolbar button "ABORT" to leave option "Show construction": NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5.1 09/2005 105 .

16.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL . like the following one: The second option is used for profiles in view as illustrated here below: 106 Version 5. You can see that the profiles are displayed as continuous lines. But when you look at the drawing. which is still available on the screen. which are illustrated with dashed lines. there are two options for changing the direction of profiles: · Change direction of profile in section · Change direction of profile in view The first option is used for profiles in section.Basic Training Course Hot key: <Esc> 1. Within panel "Change profiles". meaning that the profiles are located on the aft side of the bulkhead. you will notice that the profiles are on the front side of the bulkhead.4 Change direction of profiles in view Now you will change the direction of the three created upper profiles HP 220 x 10.

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the profiles will be highlighted for a short time. Check 'Body direction' and uncheck 'Thickness direction' and select the 'OK' button to change the body direction of the selected profiles. but the body direction is not.5 Lengthen profiles to line Regarding the three upper profiles HP 220 x 10. The lower part of this panel offers two modification options: 'Body direction' and 'Thickness direction' and the 'OK' button to carry out the modification(s). At the lower end these profiles are 40 mm too short. the length of these profiles is still wrong. 1.16.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL . In this case the thickness direction of the profiles is correct since they are pointing to CL. After selecting these. 108 Version 5.Basic Training Course You select the three upper profiles.

whereas the second option "Lengthen profile to line" modifies the length of the profile by means of a reference line. And you accept the value "0" for "Vertical NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5. According to the hint "Indicate relation to which should be extended" you select the upper side of the deck "Deck 3500". After selecting these profiles select the 'OK' button. By selecting a reference line the profile will be extended or reduced to this line.Basic Training Course Within panel "Change profiles" two options are available for modifying the length of profiles: · Lengthen profile · Lengthen profile to line The first option "Lengthen profile" modifies the length of the profile with a fixed value. positive for lengthening and negative for shortening. You will now select the option "Lengthen profiles to line" from panel "Change profiles": You select the profiles by using the default selection method 'Clump' in panel "Extend profiles": Because the profiles must be extended at the lower ends. you make a box around these lower ends in such a way that the end flags are included within this box.1 09/2005 109 .

To fix this situation you are going to use the change options once more in order to lengthen the profiles by 40 mm.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL . Select from panel "Change profiles" the option icon "Lengthen profiles": Now you are presented with the panel "Extend profiles" as here below: 110 Version 5. 5280 and 5940 off CL you will notice that these profiles have been positioned with 40 mm distance from upper end to the deck while there should not be any distance between the profiles and the deck. 1. Select the 'Change' button from panel "Profiles" or the toolbar icon "Change profiles": You will use the option "Lengthen profiles" now (which modifies the length of profiles with a fixed value) instead of the option "lengthen profiles to line".Basic Training Course distance" from this relation within panel "Extend profiles": Select the 'OK' button to extend the upper profiles to the lower deck "Deck 3500".6 Lengthen profiles Looking at the lower profiles HP 220 x 10 at 4620.16.

7 Shift profiles Although the lower stiffener HP 140 x 8 at 6600 from CL looks correct. Note: A negative value would shorten the profile. To extend the selected profiles. you enter "40" as value for 'Extension' and select the 'OK' button to lengthen the profiles. 1. it's position is not in line with the bulkhead "Long. The thickness directions of the bulkhead and the stiffener are defined as respectively "From CL" and "Towards CL".Basic Training Course To select the lower profiles you make a box around the upper ends in such a way that the end flags are partially included within this box. bulkhead 6600" due to a difference in thickness direction.1 09/2005 111 . You can bring the lower stiffener in line with bulkhead by shifting the stiffener 10 mm to starboard : Select the 'Change' button from panel "Profiles" or the toolbar icon "Change NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5.16. The lower profiles HP 220 x 10 will be extended by 40 mm with the result that they are now touching the lower deck "Deck 3500" now.

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Select from panel "Change profiles" the option "Shift profiles":

You select the profile by using the default selection method 'Cross hair' within panel "Shift profiles":

By checking the option 'Profile on plate' you make sure the profile stays on the same plane as the plate to which it belongs. To shift the selected profile 10 mm to starboard, you enter value "10" for 'Breadth' and select the 'OK' button, the profile will be shifted 10 mm to the outside. Note: After shifting the lower stiffener HP 140 x 8, it will keep all it's relations, meaning that e.g. the distance to the hull line will remain 40 mm, due to the fact that this stiffener is topological!

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1.16.8 Create profiles in view

There is still a transverse deck beam to be created. So far all deck beams have been created in the top view of the upper deck, the reasons for this are; the possibility to create a series of profiles in that view and also that you should always try to complete a view as much as possible while you are working on that view. Now you will create the transverse deck beam in the current frame view by using the option "profiles in view" from the "Profiles panel": Please select from toolbar the option "Create profile":

Now select the third option "Profiles in view" from panel "Profiles":

According to the hint "Indicate the hull line/plate" you select the upper deck plate. By means of panel "Create profile" you specify the type of profile and it's directions:

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The selected profile size and the presented directions are correct and therefore you select the 'OK' button to accept these. Now you are able to define the first and second relation of this profile. Since there are no plates or profiles available around centerline that could be used as relation for the first limitation you need to enter the value 100 for "Breadth value" in panel "Border value" to define the first limitation at 100 mm from centreline:

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You define the end type for this end by selecting type "C" as the first end shape:

The welding hole of this end shape has a radius of 35 mm:

Select the 'OK' button within panel "End type" to accept the first limitation. Now you specify the second relation by indicating the existing upper bulkhead "Bulkhead Fr. 29" on the left hand side of it as shown below:

The horizontal distance from the bulkhead within panel "Border value" will be 40 mm:

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Finally you define the end type by selecting type "A" as the second end shape:

Now also the second limitation is determined, resulting in the creation of the transverse deck beam HP 140 x 8. Note: The option "Profiles in view" has one restriction: you can only create one profile at a time!

1.16.9 Create brackets type A

You will now create a standard bracket of type A between deck beam HP 140 x 8 and the upper transverse bulkhead "Bulkhead Fr. 29". Select "Create bracket" from the toolbar:

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Now you will be presented with the following panel:

Please notice that the option "Bracket in section" enables you to create a bracket in section, which means that it also will be presented in section in the view where it is created:

Select "Create bracket" from the toolbar:

The system will display panel "Brackets", which contains default bracket types delivered by NCG:

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The brackets provided by NCG are as follows: 1. Standard brackets; 2. Brackets "fit to the situation". The "Standard brackets" have fixed dimensions, meaning that the user can only select the bracket dimensions from predefined lists with standard dimensions. The following brackets belong to this group:

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1 09/2005 119 .Basic Training Course · Bracket type 750 · Bracket type 751 · Bracket type 752 · Bracket type 753 · Bracket type 754 · Bracket type 755 · Bracket type 770 All the other brackets belong to group "Brackets fit to the situation" and have no fixed dimensions. The user can either accept the presented default dimensions or specify his own dimensions. you indicate the deck beam at a position just below this beam. The locations of both indication points are illustrated in the figure below: NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5. Then a second hint "Indicate profile at position where overlap has to be placed" is displayed. 29". Now you will create the bracket between deck beam HP 140 x 8 and the upper transverse bulkhead "Bulkhead Fr. In this situation you need to use standard bracket "A" with overlapping on one side at the deck beam. "Indicate a part (or profile. Because the overlap should be placed at the deck beam. On the other side the bracket will touch the bulkhead. to where no overlap)" you indicate the bulkhead at a position just inside of the plate. Select bracket type A: As the first hint suggests.

you will be presented with the main panel for the selected bracket type "Bracket type 750" : For this bracket type the system automatically calculates the bracket dimensions according to the profile height. 'Enter dimension of bracket along overlapping part' and 'Enter thickness of bracket'. which is presented as 'Standards'.Basic Training Course By indicating the bulkhead and deck beam you define the first and second relation of the bracket.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL . and displays them for 'Enter width of bracket'. Please select the 'OK' button to accept the settings for "Bracket type 750": The bracket will be created with the part number "2" and the panel number "YA": 120 Version 5. Each standard set of dimensions has a predefined part number. After defining all relations of the brackets.

16. you will check if your colleagues working NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5. · Press the hot key <z> and move up the text a little bit by using the mouse to drag the text to the desired position.10 Reposition text You will reposition the standard text "Frame 29" above the view in order to create enough space for the placement of dimensions as shown on the drawing. Before you can actually reposition text "Frame 29" the view needs to be shifted down by using the function "PAN": Hot key: <Ctrl> Press this button <Ctrl> and shift the view by means of the mouse at the same time to drag the view to the desired location. Now there is enough space above the view to reposition text "Frame 29" by using the following method: · Select the text by positioning the cross hair over the text and press the <SPACE> bar: the selected text will be highlighted. Use the speed bar icon "BOX PLA" to get the drawing presented in full screen: Hot key: <.1 Check deck beam at portside As a side step within this training course.> 1.16.16.11 Check deck beam at portside 1.Basic Training Course 1.11.1 09/2005 121 .

you have to check if the same deck beam and end cut has been used at port side. Check properties of deck beam "Transverse beam Fr.16. 29 Deck 6200" at port side 1. The system displays the panel "3D-Item information" with geometric information about this deck beam: 122 Version 5. This is a nice way of checking if sections fit to each other. Overview of actions: 1.11.2 Parts info (2) You will check if the deck beam at port side has the same dimensions as the one you have created at starboard and that these deck beams fit to each other. Please zoom in on centerline by using hot key <1> and you can see that on port side the deck beams are too short. In order to check if your colleagues at port side have used the same deck beam.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL . Now you will check if the same dimensions and end types have been used for this deck beam by using the toolbar icon "ATT?": According to the hint "Select item" you select the deck beam at port side.Basic Training Course at port side have used the same deck beam so that the situation at 100 mm from centerline fits with each other.

After checking the deck beam at port side.1 09/2005 123 .Basic Training Course It's clear that your colleagues working at the port side have used the same deck beam dimensions "HP140x8". you return to the full screen again by NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5. you select option 'EXTRA' from panel "3D-Item information": In this case the used end type "C" is the correct one. To check which end type has been used.

longitudinal bulkhead and stiffeners from CL 2.12 Horizontal / vertical dimensions 1. 124 Version 5. the longitudinal bulkhead.Basic Training Course using speed bar icon "BOX PLA": Hot key: <. Dimension lower and upper bulkhead from CL q 3.> 1. Dimension lower and upper bulkhead from CL Dimension the lower and upper bulkhead from centerline is similar to dimension longitudinal girder. Dimension lower and upper deck End situation Additional description of actions: 2. longitudinal bulkhead and stiffeners from centerline. Dimension longitudinal girder.16.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL . The lower and upper deck will be dimensioned using vertical short dimensions.16.1 Horizontal / vertical dimensions Start situation Now you will dimension longitudinal girder.12. the stiffeners and the lower and upper bulkhead from centerline using horizontal short dimensions. Overview of actions: 1.

12.1 09/2005 125 . the longitudinal bulkhead and the stiffeners with horizontal short dimensions from centerline. The cursor position will snap to the end of this girder. please indicate a position above the upper deck. Select the toolbar icon "Dimension horizontal": You specify the type of dimension by means of panel "Dimension": According to the hint "Give item where measure start" you will start with dimensioning the longitudinal girder by selecting it. Now the NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5.Basic Training Course 1. Then a second hint "Give place from measure position" is displayed according to which you should indicate a position where the dimension stops.16.2 Dimension horizontal short You will provide the longitudinal girder.

3 Dimension vertical short You will add vertical short dimensions from the baseline to the lower and upper deck. meaning that you can select the stiffeners and the longitudinal bulkhead one by one . The positions of these dimensions are based on the given position (second point defined above the upper deck) during the dimensioning of the first item: all dimensions are placed in line with the first dimension.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL .Basic Training Course dimension will be added to the drawing. 1.12. Note: During dimensioning you can always use the zoom and pan options including hot key <k>. due to the feature that you will remain within the selected dimensioning option! The functionality of hot key <k> during dimensioning is to remove the last dimension. Select the toolbar icon "Dimension vertical": You specify the type of dimension by means of panel "Dimension": 126 Version 5.16. In order to change the position where the dimension stops you should select the option 'Short measure' in the panel 'Dimension' which enables you to define a new position for the next following dimensions to be placed. Again the hint "Give item where measure start" is shown. you have added to the drawing.

Hot key <k> stands for killing the last command or performed action. By selecting the upper deck "Deck 6200" you will place a dimension in line with the first dimension.Basic Training Course Starting with the lower deck you select the lower deck "Deck 3500" near the end and indicate the location for the position of the dimension just outside the hull line. NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5. To define a new position where at the dimension stops you should select the option 'Short measure' in the panel 'Dimension' which enables you to define a new position for the next following dimensions after which you can start adding the dimension of the upper deck "Deck 6200" to the drawing. Since the position of this dimension is not as it should be you can remove this by using hot key <k>.1 09/2005 127 .

You will also practice additional profile dimensioning options.16.Basic Training Course 1. 5280 and 5940 off cl in one step is similar to dimension upper stiffeners at 4620.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL . Dimension lower stiffeners at 4620.13. 4.13 Profile dimensions 1. 5280 and 5940 off cl in one step Dimension lower stiffeners at 4620. 5280 and 5940 off cl in one step. 128 Version 5. Dimension transverse deck beam Dimension upper stiffeners at 4620. 7. 5. like adding profile symbols to the lower stiffeners and placing profile part number symbols. 6. 2. 3.1 Profile dimensions Start situation To complete the current drawing. 5280 and 5940 off CL in one action q Dimension lower stiffener at 6600 off CL Dimension upper stiffener at 7250 off CL Add profile symbols to lower stiffeners Place profile part number symbols to all stiffeners End situation Additional description of actions: 3.16. you will add the size of the deck beam and the stiffeners. 5280 and 5940 off CL in one action Dimension lower stiffeners at 4620. Overview of actions: 1.

· Option "Profile size parallel" will position the text always parallel to the profile.2 Profile size (1) You will dimension the deck beam HP 140 x 8 by placing a reference with both the sizes of the deck beam and the part number on this beam. Another possibility of this option is to place user defined text.16. After selecting one of the toolbar icons "Profile size perpendicular" or "Profile size parallel" the hint "Select item" appears.1 09/2005 129 . The following options are available within the toolbar for dimensioning profiles: "Profile size perpendicular" "Profile size parallel" The main difference between this options is the way how the text is placed: · Option "Profile size perpendicular" will position the text always perpendicular to the profile.Basic Training Course 1. According to this hint you can select a profile or bracket to add it's dimension.13. This can be achieved by selecting an empty area on the screen and you will be presented with panel "Place text" as follows: In case of a selected profile or bracket it's size could be presented along with the part number and the part number symbol depending on the certain setting concerning this presentation. There are two methods by which you could determine whether a part number symbol should be presented while dimensioning : NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5.

Ad 2:By selecting "Settings"Ú"Partsymbol settings" from the menu. You can switch the part number symbols on or off for a section by selecting "Settings"Ú"Partsymbol settings" from the menu. But in cases where the angle is greater than 15 degrees the pointing arrow will be placed according to the direction of a straight line between the indication point at the beam and the endpoint of the dimension line. The position of the dimension can be determined by pulling this dimension to the outside of the beam and indicating a point using the mouse. 2. the pointing arrow will be placed perpendicular to the dimension line. If the angle between the indicated point at the beam and the endpoint of the dimension line is less than 15 degrees.Basic Training Course 1. based on the following initial situation with an indication point on the profile and two different end points 1 and 2 outside the profile: 130 Version 5. the system will display panel "Partsymbol settings": Within this panel you can select the appropriate option and accept it by selecting the 'OK' button.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL . You can switch the part number symbols on or off for the whole project by means of the application "System Management". The following example illustrates the described behaviour regarding the dimensioning of profiles. Now you will dimension the deck beam according to the drawing by selecting the toolbar icon "Profile size parallel": As the hint "Select item" suggests you select the beam and the dimension appears with the optional part number symbol. where the dimension will be placed.

1 09/2005 131 . the pointing arrow will be placed perpendicular to the dimension line if the angle between the endpoint of the dimension line and the indication point is less than -15 degrees from the vertical line through the indication point. It works in the same way if the end points are at the left side of the indication point.Basic Training Course The result of selecting each endpoint is shown in the two figures below: In both situations the end points are located at the right side of the indication point. 1.3 Profile size series If you take a look at the upper stiffeners HP 220 x 10 in the sheet drawing.16. you NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5.13.

located at 4620. 5280 and 5940 off CL by selecting toolbar option "Profile size perpendicular": You will be presented with panel "Symbol menu": To dimension a series of profiles you select the fifth option icon "Profile size series" from panel "Symbol menu": 132 Version 5. Let's dimension the upper stiffeners at 4620. Now you will practice this option by dimensioning a series of profiles.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL . 5280 and 5940 off CL.Basic Training Course will notice that the three stiffeners. are dimensioned by using one dimension text.

located at 4620 off cl. if dimension all four lower profiles using this option the system will display as profile size HP 220 x 10 for all stiffeners. Upon the second hint "Indicate end of check-line" you indicate just outside of the stiffener.Basic Training Course According to the hint "Indicate starting-point of check-line" you indicate just inside of the stiffener. although the profile size of the stiffener at 6600 off HP 140 x 8! Therefore be careful with this option. After indicating both points you can position the profile dimension by using the mouse. for example. The result will be as follows: Warning:Be aware of the fact that all the profiles to be dimensioned should be of the same type and sizes otherwise you it could cause some confusion. located at 5940 off cl. 1.4 Profile size (2) You will dimension the lower stiffener at 6600 off CL by using another option for dimensioning profiles. which has already been mentioned in one of the previous topics. namely "Profile size perpendicular".13.1 09/2005 133 .16. Select the toolbar icon "Profile size perpendicular": NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5.

By clicking the mouse-left button at that position. and drag de dimension to the outside of the hull line.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL .5 Profile size (3) Another possibility of profile dimensioning is adding only the profile size to the selected profile without the part number symbol and the part number itself. you will use it to dimension the upper stiffener HP 220 x 10 at 7250 off cl. Place the profile dimension at the desired position by using the mouse-left button: 1.13. without any part number and part number symbol: 134 Version 5. located at 7250 off CL.Basic Training Course According to the hint "Select item" you select the lower stiffener. Let's dimension the upper stiffener at 7250 off CL by selecting the toolbar icon "Profile size parallel": According to the hint "Select item" you select the upper stiffener. now the stiffener is provided with a dimension as it is shown in the figure below. located at 6600 off cl. but you remain on top of the stiffener. Although this option is not shown on the drawing. Now you don't pull the dimension outside of the stiffener like you did during dimensioning of the deck beam.16.

offers you the ability to add a profile symbol to a specific profile.13. not applied on the drawing.Basic Training Course 1. Select toolbar option "Profile size perpendicular": Select the eighth option icon "Profile symbol" from panel "Symbol menu": NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5. Within this training step you will add profile symbols to the three lower stiffeners HP 220 x 10 and the remaining lower stiffener HP 140 x 8.6 Profile symbols Another profile dimensioning option.16.1 09/2005 135 .

You can choose between options "Fully automatic" and "Semi automatic" by means of panel "Part number menu": 136 Version 5.7 Profile part number symbols Finally you will add part number symbols to the upper and the lower stiffeners. you indicate the lower stiffeners one by one. Part number symbols can be added in two ways: 1.13. because all the stiffeners are attached to the same plate. Fully automatic.16. you select from panel "Draw profile symbols" the option 'Place symbol at new height': This option offers you the possibility to add the profile symbol on another position than the one used for the previous profile symbols. part number symbols can be added to the existing profiles within the current drawing. To avoid this situation. Semi automatic.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL . 2. By selecting "Logistics"->"Profile symbols" from the menu. Automatically all profile symbols will be placed at the same height. So indicate the lower stiffener HP 140 x 8 near the midpoint of it.Basic Training Course Following the hint "Indicate profile(s) at positions where profile symbols are to be placed". Probably the profile symbol will be placed too low in case of the last stiffener HP 140 x 8. 1.

17 Long.1 09/2005 137 .1 Basic training steps (17) Start situation You will return to side view "108-3960" to finish the upper part of this view by adding the following construction parts: NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5. 1. Note: you can only place one part number symbol per profile using these options. After selecting the 'OK' button all part number symbols will appear on the midpoint of the stiffeners. 2. section 3960 off CL 1. The option 'By line' enables you to draw a straight line across one or more profiles.17. The part number symbol(s) will be placed along side of this reference line crossing one or more profiles. Sometimes the midpoint of the stiffeners will not be the right spot for these symbols. Thus you have control over the actual position of the part number symbols. Adding profile part number symbols semi automatically In order to have more control regarding the placement of the part number symbols. Adding profile part number symbols fully automatically The default presented option 'All' within panel "Part number menu" is used for placing part number symbols fully automatically. In such cases you can choose for placing the part numbers semi automatically.Basic Training Course 1. you select option 'By line' from panel "Part number menu".

within the current frame view "10829". 29".Basic Training Course · · · · The longitudinal bulkhead "Long. A bracket between the flange of the longitudinal girder and the bulkhead "Bulkhead Fr. but you should indicate the green line at 3960 off cl. Create upper plate "Long. Overview of actions: 1. Load drawing side view "108-3960" Load drawing side view "108-3960" is similar to load drawing top view "1086200". 8. bulkhead 3960" with thickness 10 mm q Create stiffener at FR30 q Dimension stiffener at FR30 q Place thickness text and part number on plate "Long. 4. 7. 2. 3. Length' Indicate the upper deck Indicate the bulkhead at FR29 Indicate the lower deck 31 138 Version 5. bulkhead 3960" with thickness 10 mm The creation of upper plate "Long bulkhead 3960" with thickness 10 mm is similar to the creation of plate "Deck 6200" with the following plate boundaries: Option Value 'Max. The longitudinal girder with a flange of 150 mm. Load drawing side view "108-3960" q Choose "Update active section" Create upper plate "Long. 29" q End situation Additional description of actions: 1. bulkhead 3960". 5. bulkhead 3960". 6. bulkhead 3960" q Create longitudinal girder with a flange of 150 mm Create bracket between the flange of the girder and the bulkhead "Bulkhead Fr. The stiffener HP 200 x 9 at FR30. representing the longitudinal bulkhead "Long. 3.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL .

6. Place thickness text and part number on plate "Long. Create bracket between the flange of the girder and bulkhead "Bulkhead Fr.Basic Training Course 4.1 09/2005 139 . bulkhead 3960" is similar to the placement of thickness text and part number on the three lower plates of this view . 8. bulkhead 3960" The placement of thickness text and part number on plate "Long. 29" NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5. Create stiffener at FR30 The creation of the vertical stiffener HP 200 x 9 is similar to the creation of transverse deck beam at FR28 with the following properties: Name of panel Option Value Create profile Selected profile type 'Body size' 'Thickness' 'From frame' 'Body direction' 'Thickness direction' 'Type of material' Limitation 'Vertical distance' '1st end shape' 200 9 30 From CL From reversed frame GR-A First limitation Indicate the lower deck 40 Border value Border value Limitation 'Vertical distance' '2nd end shape' Second limitation Indicate the upper deck 180 5. Dimension stiffener at FR30 The dimensioning of stiffener HP 200 x 9 is done in a similar way as the dimensioning of the transverse deck beam HP 140 x 8 located at frame 29.

'Enter height of bracket'. the system can not determine automatically a standard bracket with the correct dimensions from the table of available standard dimensions. 'Enter hole radius' and 'Enter thickness of bracket' within panel "Bracket type 752".2 Flanged girder 1. the bracket will be created including part number "23" and panel number "YA". 140 Version 5. by checking the option 'free' and change the values for 'Enter width of bracket'.1 Create flanged girder Now you will create the longitudinal girder with a flange of 150 mm. 29" is similar to the creation of the bracket between deck beam and transverse bulkhead within frame view "Frame 29" with the following properties: Name of panel Option Value Brackets Selected bracket type Indicate the bulkhead as first construction part Indicate the flange as second construction part 23 Bracket type 752 'Standards' Note: Because the indicated construction parts are not profiles.17. By selecting the 'OK' button. Thus the user must select for 'Standards' the appropriate standard bracket "23". a so called ' flanged girder'. depending on the situation . The user can also alter the presented dimensions if he wishes to.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL . you first need to create a plate and then add a flange or face plate to that plate.Basic Training Course The creation of the bracket between the flange of the girder and the bulkhead "Bulkhead Fr. A flanged girder and a T-girder (meaning a plate with a face plate) are not available as standard construction items within NUPAS-CADMATIC Hull. 1.2. If you want to create a flanged girder or T-girder.17.

During the creation of this plate the left upper corner hole will be made in the contour of the plate. 2. 5.2. Create longitudinal girder "Long.1 09/2005 141 . 3.17. 1. Dimension flange by adding it's size The dimensioning of the flange with a body size of 150 mm is done in a similar way as the dimensioning of the transverse deck beam HP 140 x 8 located at frame 29.2 Create plates (5) You will create plate "Long. bulkhead 3960" with thickness 8 mm Create cutouts around deck beams Add flange of 150 mm to longitudinal girder "Long. bulkhead 3960" to examine that the longitudinal girder and the flange are added together and have become one part Additional description of actions: 5. 7. bulkhead 3960" Code plate "Long. The dimensions at the left upper corner are presented in the figure below: NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5.Basic Training Course Overview of actions: 1. 6. bulkhead 3960" with thickness 8 mm. bulkhead 3960" Add end type symbol to the flange Dimension flange by adding it's size q Add the height of the longitudinal girder "Long. 4.

you enter the values for 'Thickness' and 'Thickness direction' in panel "Plate thickness and type of material": The plate has a thickness of 8 mm and the thickness direction is from CL. Select the 'OK' button and specify the plate boundaries by means of panel "Define a plate contour": 142 Version 5.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL .Basic Training Course Let's create the plate by selecting toolbar icon "Create plate": After selecting this icon.

Length' and enter value "22+140" in the entry box. but it's much better to enter a parallel distance of 50 mm from the deck. · Add the corner hole with radius 50 mm to this forward boundary by entering the value "50" for the radius of this cutout for 'Cutout'. In this case the corner radius is specified by selecting option 'Radius of curvature' and entering the value "40" for the radius in the entry box: · The next boundary is determined by the specified height of 50 mm of the cutout. · Add the corner radius of 40 mm to the previous boundary.1 09/2005 143 . this plate boundary will always be kept related to the deck. · Due to the height of the cutout of 50 mm and the corner radius of 40 mm. Height'. You could type a value for 'Max.Basic Training Course The boundaries of the plate will be defined as follows: · Start with the transverse bulkhead at FR29 as the forward boundary of the plate. which can be defined by indicating this bulkhead. which can be defined by indicating the deck just underneath of it. the start of the cutout will be defined by a minimum length with a distance of 140 mm from frame 22. · The next boundary is the upper deck "Deck 6200". By using a parallel distance from the deck. This is achieved by clicking first just below the deck and then entering after option NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5. select 'Min.

Height'.3 Create cutouts type 100 You will make the cutouts around the deck beams. Select the toolbar icon "Cutouts": 144 Version 5.17. Select the 'Min. You can not only visually check the plate contour. The value "+9" is the thickness of the attached bulkhead that has been taken to account. 1.2. Length' button and enter value "22+9" in the entry box. Also in this case it's better to enter a parallel distance from the upper deck instead of entering a value for 'Min. Thus first indicate the upper deck again and afterwards enter after option 'Parallel' the value of "400" for the parallel distance in the entry box. · The last boundary is determined by the lower boundary of this plate.Basic Training Course 'Parallel' the corresponding value of "50" in the entry box: · The next boundary is the aft boundary of the plate defined by the minimum length. The plate relations will appear within panel "Relations overview": Finally you select the 'OK' button to create plate "Long. To become a preview of the created plate you select the 'Compute' button. but you can also check the defined relations by selecting the 'Show overview' button.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL . bulkhead 3960".

1 09/2005 145 . After selecting the 'OK' button. the system will create a cutout for each selected NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5.Basic Training Course After selecting this icon the panel "Create" is displayed with a couple of cutout types: In this situation you can use the first cutout type: By means of panel "Select the cutout" you select one or more profiles by using the default selection method 'Clump': To create cutouts you have to make a box around all the deck beams.

Basic Training Course deck beam. To create a face plate or a flange. bulkhead 3960".2. 1.4 Create flanges (1) You will add a flange of 150 mm to the already created plate "Long.17. you select the toolbar icon "Create face plate/flange": After selecting this icon the panel "Face plates/Flanges" is presented: This panel contains three options for creating face plates and flanges: · Flange · Curved face plate · Straight face plate · Face plate in hole 146 Version 5.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL .

Now you should first define the size of the flange and the direction by means of the following panel: In this case the body size is 150 mm and the body direction will be from CL. you start with determining the start point of the flange. taking in to account the contour direction NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5.Basic Training Course Within this training step you will only create a flange. You specify the start and endpoint of the flange in a similar way as for normal profiles. Let's create the flange of 150 mm by selecting option icon "Flange": According to the hint "Indicate the side of the plate where the flange/face plate should be placed" you indicate a point just below the lower boundary of plate "Long. Those arrows indicate the contour direction of the plate. bulkhead 3960". According to the hint "Indicate a construction for the start point". Now some arrows appear in the left upper corner of the plate.1 09/2005 147 .

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of the plate to which the flange will be attached. Due to the visible direction arrows, it will be clear that the start point will be located at the aft end of the plate. You select the aft end and the text "Starting_point" at the indication point will be presented . Now you specify the distance from the starting point by entering a value for 'Distance'. Finally you have to define the end shape for the indicated starting point. From the three presented end shapes for flanges, you select type "B" with a variable angle and nose height:

You enter the values for angle and nose height within panel "End type":

Please accept the default values by selecting the 'OK' button. Now you determine the end point of the flange as hint "Indicate a construction for the end point" suggests. The end point is located at the front end of the plate. Please indicate a point at the front end and the "Ending_point" will be presented at the indication point :

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The end shape with it's properties will be the same as the end shape for the start point. You select end shape type "B" and accept the default values for 'Angle of edge' and 'Nose height' within panel "End type". By selecting the 'OK' button, you have also determined the end point of the flange. Now both ends of the flange are defined, the flange will be created and added to the longitudinal girder.

1.17.2.5 Add endtype symbol to flanges

You will add a flag to the created flange in the current side view, which indicates the type of end shape used. This flag is a 2D symbol and therefore the type of symbol will not automatically change if the end shape is changed.

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You select the 'Change' button from panel "Face plates/Flanges": After selecting 'Change' button the panel "Face plates/Flanges" is displayed:

This panel contains various modification options for face plates and flanges. To add a flag indicating the type of end shape used, you select the following option; "Add end type symbol":

As the hint "Indicate flange/face plate at side where "flag" has to be placed" suggests, you indicate a point near the end of the flange. A symbol indicating the selected end shape will be placed at the location of the end shape. After indicating the end shape at the specified start point of the flange the following symbol will be placed:

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By indicating the end shape at the specified end point, the same symbol will be placed at the end point.

1.17.2.6 Chain measure

In order to show the distance between the flange of the longitudinal girder "Long. bulkhead 3960" and the upper deck "Deck 6200", you will place a vertical dimension. Select the toolbar icon "Dimension vertical":

You specify the type of dimension by means of panel "Dimension":

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To indicate the height of the longitudinal girder, you will use dimension type 'Chain measure'. The system is asking you by displaying the hint "Give item where measure start" to indicate a point where the measure starts. In this case that can be either the lower side of the upper deck "Deck 6200" or the upper side of the flange. Please start indicating the upper side of the flange. Following the second hint "Give item where measure stop" you indicate the opposite side, meaning the lower side of the upper deck. By dragging the dimension line to a desired position you determine the location where the dimension should be placed.

1.17.2.7 Code plate (3)

By coding plate "Long. bulkhead 3960" you will notice that the longitudinal girder and the flange are added together and have become one part.

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To code this plate you select "CAM"Ú"Code plate" from the menu and indicate plate "Long. bulkhead 3960". Because the procedure is similar to coding plate "Deck 6200", only the end result of the coding process will be shown here. The coded part is displayed below:

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1.18.1 Basic training steps (18)

Start situation You will return to the upper deck "Deck 6200 above base" to add the missing deck beams HP 140 x 8 at frame 30, which now can be related to the longitudinal bulkhead "Long. bulkhead 3960". Overview of actions: 1. Load drawing top view "108-6200" 2. Choose "Update active section" 3. Take a look at the longitudinal girder you have created at 3960 from CL: you will only see the plate of the girder and not the flange! 4. Make the flange visible by increasing the "face plate view distance" 5. Create outer transverse deck beam at FR30 q 6. Create inner transverse deck beam at FR30 by copying the transverse deck beam at FR29 and shifting it to FR30

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Additional description of actions: 5. Create outer transverse deck beam at FR30 The outer transverse deck beam at FR30 is created with the following properties:
Name of panel Option Value

Create profile

Selected profile type 'Body size' 'Thickness' 'From frame' 'Body direction' 'Thickness direction' 'Type of material' Limitation 140 8 30 Towards base From reversed frame GR-A First limitation Indicate the longitudinal bulkhead at 6600 from cl 1 40

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'Vertical distance' '1st end shape' Border value Limitation

'Vertical distance' '2nd end shape'

Second limitation Indicate the longitudinal bulkhead at 3960 from cl 40

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: Because the seam will be ignored, you can indicate the seam in order to select the longitudinal bulkhead "Long. bulkhead 6600".

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. you will make the flange visible within the current top view "108-6200".2 Set visibility 'Face plate view distance' Looking at the longitudinal girder you have created at 3960 from C.L. In this case the visibility distance is not big enough. Let's increase the visibility distance by selecting the toolbar icon "DRAW?": After selecting this icon the panel "108-6200" appears: NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5.Basic Training Course 1.18. you will only see the plate of the longitudinal girder and not it's flange. The flange is positioned 400 mm below the deck level of 6200.1 09/2005 155 . By increasing the visibility distance.

1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL . presented within panel "Visibility settings": 156 Version 5.Basic Training Course Select button 'Visibility' to access the visibility settings.

1 09/2005 157 . By selecting the 'OK' button from panel "108-6200" the flange will become visible. Please enter the value "410" for 'Face plate view distance'. 1.3 Copy items with shift (1) You will create the inner transverse deck beam at FR30 by copying the existing transverse deck beam at FR29 and shifting it to FR30.Basic Training Course You need to change the face plate view distance from the default value 100 into at least 400. Select the toolbar icon "Copy items": By means of panel "Copy items" you select the inner transverse deck beam at frame 29: NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5.18.

1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL . therefore you enter the 158 Version 5.Basic Training Course Because the selected deck beam must be shifted one frame. you select button 'Shift' and specify the properties for shifting within panel "Copy items" tab "Shift": The deck beam will be shifted in length over one frame.

bulkhead 6600". 27 and 30. you don't have to enter a value for 'Amount' and for option 'Step' . Overview of actions: 1.1 Basic training steps (19) Start situation You will switch to frame view "108-23" to add the bracket between deck beam HP 140 x 8 and longitudinal bulkhead "Long. the copy command will be executed.19. which stands for "1FR". See Manual 'Detailed Function Descriptions' for a complete description of these copy and move functions. 4.1 09/2005 159 .19 Frame 23 1. Load drawing frame view "108-23" Choose "Update active section" Place standard text "Frame 23" above view Dimension transverse deck beam q Create bracket "A 02" between deck beam and longitudinal bulkhead q Create the same brackets at other frame positions by copying the bracket from frame 23 to frame 24. 6. The result will be the creation of a new deck beam HP 140 x 8 at frame 30 with the same properties as the existing deck beam located at frame 29. By selecting the 'OK' button. 5. Afterwards this bracket will be copied to frame 24. 26. 3. 27 and 30 End situation NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5. 1. 25. Since only one copy will be made.Basic Training Course value "1" for 'length'. 26. 25. 2.

1.2 Text (2) First create additional space above the view by shifting it a little bit down using the "PAN": Hot key: <Ctrl> 160 Version 5.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL . Dimension transverse deck beam The dimensioning of the transverse deck beam HP 140 x 8 is done in a similar way as the dimensioning of the transverse deck beam HP 140 x 8 located at frame 29. 5.19. Create bracket "A 02" between deck beam and longitudinal bulkhead The creation of bracket "A 02" between deck beam HP 140 x 8 and longitudinal bulkhead "Long.Basic Training Course Additional description of actions: 4. bulkhead 6600" is similar to the creation of the bracket between deck beam and transverse bulkhead within frame view "Frame 29" with the following properties: Name of panel Option Value Brackets Selected bracket type Indicate the bulkhead as first construction part Indicate the deck beam as second construction part 02 Bracket type 750 'Standards' You accept the default bracket within panel "Bracket type 750" by pressing the 'OK' button. The bracket will be created including the part number "02" and the panel number "YA".

the cursor will be automatically positioned at the position of the last used standard text at frame view "Frame 29". you can use current control in panel "Text menu" to achieve this. Select option 'Current control' in panel "Text menu": Select as standard text "Frame 23" and this text will be placed at the current cursor position. Now the text "Frame 23" will be at the same spot as the standard text "Frame 29" within frame view "108-29". Please use the speed bar icon "BOX PLA" to get the drawing presented in full screen: Hot key: <.1 09/2005 161 . If you want to have all standard texts in one line.> NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5.Basic Training Course Now there is enough space above the view to place the standard text by selecting the toolbar icon "TEXT": After selecting this icon.

26.19. 25. Only the bracket at frame 28 can not be created by copying the bracket from frame 23. The brackets at these frame positions can be created by copying the bracket from frame 23. due to a different deck beam size HP 200 x 9 instead of HP 140 x 8. Use of the copy command is only successful if the situation at the place where the parts are copied to is the same as the original place where the parts are copied from Now you will create the brackets at frame 24.Basic Training Course 1. 26. 28 and 30 at the same position as frame 23. 27. 25. Select the toolbar icon "Copy items": Select the bracket by using the default selection method 'Cross hair' within panel "Copy items": 162 Version 5. 27 and 30 by copying the bracket from frame 23.3 Copy items with shift (2) The standard bracket "A 02" also appears on frame 24.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL .

All options within the tab "Shift" will be explained using the figure below: NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5.Basic Training Course The selected bracket needs to be copied and shifted therefore you select the 'Shift' button. The properties for shifting the bracket are specified by means of panel "Copy items".1 09/2005 163 .

enables the user to enter or indicate a vector defining the direction in which to copy. 6. 'Preview' . Width and Height. 'Shift along vector' . 26 and 27. 'Shift actions' . Add the copy command for copying the bracket from frame 23 to frame 30.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL . Now you will specify the necessary copy commands for the selected bracket by means of panel "Copy items" in two steps: 1. allows the user to enter shift values in all three directions at once. 25. 4. Length. 'Shift along axes''. 5. 'Show overview'. 2. this displays or hides the overview of the copy actions to be executed (see ' Overview of the entered copy actions'). these "action counters" indicate the number of entered actions and whether they were entered correctly ( ) or not ( ). Determine the copy commands for copying the bracket from frame 23 to frame 24. the number of desired copies can be entered (not available during moving items). 3. 'Amount'. then for at least one of the copy actions a step should be entered which defines the distance between the resulting parts.Basic Training Course This tab contains the following options: 1. 164 Version 5. If the desired amount is greater than one. this button enables the user to have an impression in the Hull Viewer of how the copy action will work out (see also 'Previewing the Copy/Move action'). 2.

By selecting the 'Show overview' button. Step 2: frame 30" "Add the ´Shift action´ for copying the bracket from frame 23 to Before starting to define this action you need to change a setting which enables you to define multiple copy actions at the same time.1 09/2005 165 . enter value "1" for 'Length'. enter "1" for 'Step '. · Since the distance between the resulting brackets is "1" frame.Basic Training Course Step 1: "Determine the ´Shift actions´ for copying the bracket from frame 23 to frame 24. 26 and 27" Please enter the following specifications in panel "Copy items" tab "Shift": · Since the brackets are copied in length and the distance between the original and the first copy is one frame. the system will present you with an overview of the defined 'Shift actions' as illustrated in the figure below: As you can see in the list you have defined 4 'shift actions'. 25. · The value for 'Amount' is "4". · Select the tab 'Settings' and the following panel will be presented (See ' 'Influencing the copy result'): NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5.

1.Basic Training Course · Select the option 'Accumulate all valid copy actions' which enables you to define multiple copy actions at the same time(See also 'Multiple copy actions at the same time').20 Frame 25 1.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL . · Select the tab 'Shift' to enter the new copy values. · Please change the value "1" to "7" for 'Length' since the distance regarding to frame 30 is "7" frames. Please select the 'OK' button to execute the defined copy actions.1 Basic training steps (20) Start and end situation 166 Version 5.20. · The value for 'Amount' should be "1" since this command concerns only one 'shift action'. · By selecting the button 'Calculate' you accept the copy action and the concerning action will be added to the list of 'Shift actions'.

End situation NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5. Place standard text "Frame 26" above view q The created brackets will also appear in top view "108-6200". 1. Load drawing frame view "108-25" 2.1 Basic training steps (21) Start situation You will also switch to frame view "108-26" to check if the bracket has been copied from frame 23.1 09/2005 167 . Dimension bracket and deck beam 4. Overview of actions: 1. Choose "Update active section" and the bracket will appear without dimensions.Basic Training Course You will switch to frame view "108-25" to check if the bracket has been copied from frame 23. Overview of actions: 1. Load drawing frame view "108-26" 2. Choose "Update all sections" and you will see that the new bracket is also presented.21 Frame 26 1. because the bracket is copied without dimensions! 3.21.

This bracket has been copied from frame 23.2 Profile size (4) You will add the dimension to the standard bracket "A 02" between deck beam HP 140 x 8 and longitudinal bulkhead "Long. Let's dimension the bracket by selecting the toolbar icon "Profile size": As the hint suggests "Select item".Basic Training Course Additional description of actions: 4. panel "Choose dimension type" will appear: 168 Version 5. but now you select as standard text "Frame 26".1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL . This is similar to place standard text "Frame 23" above view. bulkhead 6600".21. you select the concerning bracket by either using the left-mouse button or the <SPCAE> bar. 1. "Please notice that the <SPACE> bar can be used instead of the left-mouse button". Place standard text "Frame 26" above view Place standard text "Frame 26" above view by using "Current Control". After selecting the bracket.

Make the brackets more clear to see by activating the background lines After finishing this view.1 09/2005 169 .L. section 4620.Basic Training Course Please select either the 'Ok' button or the <SPACE> bar to accept the presented values within this panel .22. you will create the side views "Long. End situation NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5. Indicate a position where the dimension should be placed by dragging the dimension and using the mouse. 1. Make the brackets visible by increasing the "distance behind view" 4.22 Deck 6200 above base 1. Load drawing top view "108-6200" 2. which will be related to the stiffeners at frame 29. Choose "Update active section": the created brackets will not be visible in this view 3. Overview of actions: 1.". You can find these views at the second drawing sheet. Now you will dimension the deck beam with the same dimensioning option.1 Basic training steps (22) Start situation You will return to the upper deck "Deck 6200 above base" to have a look at the created brackets. 5280 and 5940 off C. The creation of these views enables you to make the upper and lower brackets. Now the dimension of the bracket appears together with the part number.

Basic Training Course 1. like you have done for the flange of the longitudinal girder at 3960 from CL.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL . because again the viewing depth is not big enough. You will make them visible by increasing the visibility distance.22.2 Set visibility 'Distance behind view' The brackets are not visible within the current top view "108-6200". Let's increase the visibility distance by selecting the toolbar icon "DRAW?": After selecting this icon the panel "108-6200" appears: 170 Version 5.

1 09/2005 171 .Basic Training Course Select button 'Visibility' to access the visibility settings. presented within panel "Visibility settings": NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5.

1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL . By sing the 'OK' button within panel "108-6200" the brackets will appear in the top view too. Please enter the value "140" for 'Distance behind view'.22.Basic Training Course In this case you need to modify the distance behind view from the default value 50 into at least 140. 1.3 Background lines (1) You can make the brackets more clear to see by displaying the background lines. Select the toolbar icon "Background lines": Accept the default option 'all plates' within panel "Actual position": 172 Version 5.

These green lines are just single lines representing the plates in section and are the lines which will be plotted. This functionality is not only applied for plates but also for brackets. In this case activating background lines will display the real thickness lines of the brackets in section. Their position is calculated depending on the scale of the drawing.Basic Training Course By default all plates in section are displayed as green lines when their thickness is not bigger than the actual value for visibility setting "Maximum plate thickness for lines".1 09/2005 173 . Note: The visibility setting "Maximum plate thickness for lines" can be accessed by selecting the toolbar icon "DRAW?" and selecting from panel "108-6200" button 'Visibility': NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5. while the border lines of plates in view are displayed in yellow color. Activating background lines will display the real thickness lines of plates in section in blue color. as shown in the figure below: You can remove the background lines again by using the toolbar button "ABORT" or hot key <Esc>. flanges and shell frames.

174 Version 5. 30" at frame 30.23 Long. section 4620 off cl 1. 1.23. 30" at frame 30. section 4620 off cl".1 Basic training steps (23) Start situation You will create a new side view "Long. the plate will be represented with the real plate thickness and fully coloured. · A bracket of type 762 between lower stiffener HP 220 x 10 and floor "Bulkhead Fr. · The floor "Bulkhead Fr.Basic Training Course In cases where the plate thickness is bigger than the value for visibility setting "Maximum plate thickness for lines". save it and add the following construction parts to this view: · A bracket of type 763 between upper stiffener HP 220 x 10 and deck beam HP 140 x 8 at frame 30.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL .

5. 2. section 5940 off CL". section 5280 off CL" and "Long.L. Because the best procedure is to copy first these two brackets and afterwards create the side views. Although the first option may be the best. 9. 30" at frame 30 q Change thickness of floor "Bulkhead Fr. section 5940 off cl" q End situation Additional description of actions: 6.1 09/2005 175 . 7. 30" at frame 30 In order to create the lower bracket "762" you need the floor at frame 30 as a reference. Create new side view "Long. Create floor "Bulkhead Fr. 6. section 4620 off CL" Save drawing side view "108-4620" Place standard text "Long. During the next two training steps you will create the side views "Long. 10. There are two different options by which you can create this floor: · You can switch to frame view "Frame 30" and create the floor over there. you will choose the second option to create the floor. section 5280 off cl" and "Long. Here are the properties for this copy action : NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5. section 5940 off CL". · You copy the floor from frame 29 and afterwards check if all properties are correct. 4. 3. SB" above view Create upper bracket "763" between stiffener HP 220 x 10 and deck beam HP 140 x 8 at frame 30 Change location of dimension belonging to the upper bracket Create floor "Bulkhead Fr. you will copy the upper and lower bracket within this training step. 30" from 12 into 9 mm q Create lower bracket "762" between stiffener HP 220 x 10 and floor at frame 30 Change location of dimension belonging to the lower bracket q Copy the upper and lower bracket to side views "Long. 8. Overview of actions: 1.Basic Training Course The two brackets also appear within the next two side views "Long. You copy the floor from FR29 by using the same procedure as you have done for copying the transverse deck beam at FR29 and shifting it to FR30. section 4620 off C. section 5280 off CL" and "Long.

Change location of dimension belonging to the lower bracket Changing the location of the lower bracket dimension is similar to changing the location of the upper bracket dimension. 27 and 30 with the following properties: 176 Version 5. 10. the floor at frame 29 will be copied to frame 30 including all it's attributes. 30". you have to change the default option 'Plates in plan view' into 'Plates in section' within panel "Select plates". The modification of the stiffeners will be executed later on within frame view "Frame 30".1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL . Change thickness of floor "Bulkhead Fr. You will change the thickness of floor "Bulkhead Fr. section 5940 off CL" Copying the brackets from the current side view to side views "5280 and 5940 off CL" is similar to copying the bracket from frame 23 to frame 24. 30" is similar to changing the thickness of "Long. section 5280 off CL" and "Long. 30" from 12 into 9 mm within the current training step. Copy the upper and lower bracket to side views "Long. bulkhead 3960". because in frame view all stiffeners can be modified in one action. In order to select this floor. 30" from 12 into 9 mm Changing the thickness of floor "Bulkhead Fr.Basic Training Course Name of panel Option Value Copy items 'Selection method' 'Selection treatment' Cross hair Select Select floor at frame 29 'Include attributes' Select button 'Shift' In length 1 (meaning one frame spacing) Copy items Copy items/Tab 'Shift' 'Shift actions' 'Length' By selecting the 'OK' button. 9. 26. 25. you will notice that both the floor thickness and the stiffeners must be modified. 7. By checking the attributes of floor "Bulkhead Fr.

1 09/2005 177 .2 Create side view (2) You will create a new side view "Long.Basic Training Course Name of panel Option Value Copy items 'Selection method' 'Selection treatment' Cross hair Select Select upper and lower bracket 'Include attributes' Select button 'Shift' In Width 660 2 660 Copy items Copy items->Tab 'Shift' 'Shift actions' 'Width' 'Amount' 'Step' By selecting the 'OK' button. section 4620 off cl". the brackets will be copied to side views "Long. Please select "Create views" from the toolbar to create the new side view: The following panel "Sections" is displayed: NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5.23. section 5940 off CL". 1. section 5280 off CL" and "Long.

which is currently shown at the screen.Basic Training Course This panel contains four different view types: · Top views · Side views · Cross views · Perpendicular views A new view can be created: 1. Let's create the new side view "Long. From an empty graphical screen. There is already a view on the graphical screen with a different view type from the one which is to be created. 2. Using option DRAW ? Ad 2:If you try to create a new view of the same type. the panel "Selections on hull data" will be shown: With this panel no new view can be created. section 4620 off CL" by selecting the option "Side views": 178 Version 5.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL . 3. but you can add additional hull lines to your current view.

You need to check the other default values: with exception of the value for 'Min. Length' must be changed from "21. Length' all values are correct. The value for option 'Min.5" into "24.Basic Training Course Now you will be presented with the panel "Side view section" in order to define this view: The new side view is located at 4620 from centerline with a value of "4620" for 'Breadth'. One side view will be created and displayed in the graphical screen. At this moment you will not make more side views and therefore you select the 'Create' button to finish the creation of side views. Recommendation: Save drawing immediately after creation! NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5.1 09/2005 179 .5".

To save a drawing you have to select the toolbar icon "SAVE": After selecting this icon the panel "Save as.Basic Training Course 1. section 4620 off CL". The drawing name is made up of two obligatory and two optional parts.23. 180 Version 5.3 Save drawing You will save the created side view "Long..1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL . · 'section':indicates the position of the view which in this cars is the breadth value "4620".." is displayed which enables you to enter a drawing name and a description: Usually you will ignore the options 'Drawing name' and 'Description' and directly press the 'OK' button to save the drawing with the default name. The two obligatory parts are automatically filled in by the system and are as follows: · 'Drawing number' :indicates the section where the view belongs to.

Basic Training Course The optional parts are 'Drawing name' and 'Description' and are used to provide the view with some additional information by the user. Based on the second hint "Indicate profile in section.23.4 Create brackets type 763 You will make a connection between the upper stiffener HP 220 x 10 in plan view and the deck beam HP 140 x 8 in cross section. For this connection you will use a bracket of type 763.1 09/2005 181 . located at frame 30. Select the toolbar icon "Create bracket": Select "Bracket in plan view" from panel " from panel "Brackets": Select from panel "Brackets" the bracket type 763: According to the first hint "Indicate profile at position where overlap has to be placed" you indicate the upper stiffener HP 220 x 10. The location of both indication points is illustrated in the figure below: NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5. where bracket stops". 1. which can be fitted between a profile in plan view and a profile or plate in section. you indicate the deck beam HP 140 x 8 at frame 30.

the values for 'Enter height of bracket' and 'Enter thickness of bracket' must be changed into "250" and "9".1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL . you select the 'OK' button to continue. the panel "Bracket type 763" appears on the screen: According to the drawing.Basic Training Course After defining the bracket relations. The default value "140" for 'Enter the nose length of the bracket' is based on the corresponding profile height of the deck beam. Now you have to choose a corner hole type and an overlap type by means of panel "Corner hole type / Overlap type": This panel contains two corner hole types and two overlap types: 182 Version 5. Since this bracket doesn't have a flange and will be made of standard material.

The upper bracket will be created with part number "0" and panel number "YA". NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5. Please drag the dimension to a new position and conform this position by using either the mouse or the <SPACE> bar.23. Please select "Profile size parallel" from the toolbar: According to the hint "Select item" you select the bracket. Now press the <SPACE> bar to accept the presented dimension type in panel "Choose dimension type".1 09/2005 183 .Basic Training Course · Corner hole type radius · Corner hole type snipe · Overlap type parallel · Overlap type slanted Please select the 'OK' button to accept the default selection of "Radius" and overlap type "Parallel". 1.5 Change location of bracket dimension The position of the upper bracket dimension is not desirable and therefore it should be to the right position.

After defining the bracket relations. the panel "Bracket type 762" appears on the screen: 184 Version 5.23. which can be fitted between a profile in plan view and a profile or plate in section and which allows the user to specify a gap between the nose of the bracket and the selected profile or plate in section.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL . Select "Create bracket" from the toolbar: Select "Bracket in plan view" from panel " from panel "Brackets": Select from panel "Brackets" the bracket type 762: According to the first hint "Indicate profile at position where overlap has to be placed" you indicate the lower stiffener HP 220 x 10. where bracket stops". 30" at frame 30.Basic Training Course 1. Following the second hint "Indicate profile / plate in section. you indicate the floor "Bulkhead Fr. For this connection you will use a bracket of type 762.6 Create brackets type 762 You will make a connection between the lower stiffener HP 220 x 10 in plan view and the floor in cross section at frame 30.

1.24 Long.1 09/2005 185 . Please accept the presented default values for all other options within this panel by selecting the 'OK' button. The presented default value "10" for 'Enter thickness of bracket' is correct.1 Basic training steps (24) NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5.Basic Training Course According to the drawing. Now you have to select an overlap type by means of panel "Overlap type": Please select overlap type "Parallel" : The lower bracket will be created. section 5280 off cl 1. the value for 'Enter height of bracket' must be changed into "350".24.

If the view to be created has the same area as the current view on the graphical screen you can then us the function "DRAW?" from the toolbar in order to create the concerning view. section 5280 off cl". Save drawing side view "108-5280" Save drawing side view "108-5280" is similar to save drawing side view "1084620". section 5280 off cl" 2.24. Save drawing side view "108-5280" q End situation Additional description of actions: 2. save it and have a look at the created upper and lower bracket.Basic Training Course You will create a new side view "Long.2 Create side view (3) You will create a new side view "Long. Let's create the new view "Long.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL . 1. section 5280 off CL". section 5280 off CL" by selecting "DRAW?" from the toolbar: 186 Version 5. Overview of actions: 1. section 4620 off CL" and therefore the alternative method for creating views will be used. In the current situation the new side view "Long. Create new side view "Long. section 5280 off CL" will have the same area as the current view "Long.

1 09/2005 187 . Some dimensions have incorrect references. these can be removed.Basic Training Course After selecting this icon the panel "108-4620" is displayed: You only have to type in the new value "5280" for 'Breadth' and select the 'OK' button. Select NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5.

Create new side view "Long. section 5280 off C.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL . section 5940 off cl". save it and have a look at the created upper and lower bracket.25 Long.L. section 5940 off cl" q 3.Basic Training Course "Remove all incorrect dimensions" and "Remove all incorrect part numbers". Add new part number to lower bracket "762" 4. Save drawing side view "108-5940" q End situation Additional description of actions: 1. section 5940 off cl" The creation of side view "Long. section 5280 off cl". Overview of actions: 1.1 Basic training steps (25) You will create a new side view "Long. 2.25. The new side view will be created and displayed in the graphical screen. Also the standard text is modified automatically into "Long. 1. Create new side view "Long. section 5940 off cl" is similar to the creation of side view "Long. Save drawing side view "108-5940" Save drawing side view "108-5280" is similar to save drawing side view "108- 188 Version 5. section 5940 off CL 1. SB".

for instance the one at 4620 from CL at starboard side.26 Deck 6200 above base 1. These floors are located between the hull and the lower deck "Deck 3500" at frame station 23 until 28. So at the end of this training step. you will copy a bracket from PS to SB.1 Basic training steps (26) Start and end situation You will return to the upper deck "Deck 6200 above base" to have a look at the created brackets. 5. Reduce the present view to it's original size NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5. Extend the present view in order to see port side too Copy the bracket at -4620 off CL from port side to starboard Reduce the present view to it's original size q The subject of the next training steps will be the creation of the lower part of the floors. the end situation will be exactly the same as the start situation. 2. 1. Additional description of actions: 6. 6. Then you will copy the same bracket from port side. Load drawing top view "108-6200" Choose "Update active section": the brackets will appear in the top view Remove the bracket at 4620 off CL at starboard. To practice another copy possibility. 3. First you will remove one of the brackets that you have just created. Overview of actions: 1.1 09/2005 189 . 4.Basic Training Course 4620".26.

Within panel "108-6200" you enter the original value "-500" for 'Min. In the current view the brackets at port side are not visible. located at 4620 from CL.Basic Training Course Reducing the present view to it's original size is similar to extending the present view.2 Change view You will copy the bracket. from port side.26. Breadth' for area 'Area construction' again and press the 'OK' button. 1.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL . Let's extend the area of the current view "108-6200" by selecting "DRAW?" from toolbar: After selecting this icon the panel "108-6200" is displayed with the original area settings: 190 Version 5. Therefore you first need to extend the area of the present top view "108-6200" in order to make the port side visible as well.

'Min. By default each area will have the same values for the length and breadth. Length'. meaning the area hull line.1 09/2005 191 . You can extend or reduce the area of the current view by modifying the values for 'Min. Now you want to see all construction items at port side too. Breadth' regarding 'Area construction' and 'Area shape'. Length'. Within NUPAS CADMATIC Hull three area types can be distinguished: · Area construction. · Area equipment. Breadth' and 'Max.Basic Training Course Views are defined as an area in which the construction and the hull line is shown. In this situation the area is specified by it's values for the length and breadth. · Area shape. The values have been specified by the user during the view creation process. 'Max. This can be realized NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5.

still only starboard will be visible in the graphical screen.Basic Training Course by removing value "-500" for 'Min. Breadth' of the area 'Area construction'.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL .>. Although the current view "108-6200" is extended. you need either to select the function "BOX PLA" from the speed bar or to use the hot key <. The following panel "108-6200" lists the modified area settings to show all construction items at starboard and port side: Select the 'OK' button to confirm the new area settings. In order to see the port side as well. The resulting top view "108-6200" is shown in the figure below: 192 Version 5.

1 09/2005 193 .Basic Training Course NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5.

The bracket should be mirrored in breadth with a breadth value of zero (meaning the centerline).3 Copy items with mirror After extending the area of top view "108-6200".26.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL . Select "Copy items" from the toolbar: Select the inner bracket at -4620 off cl by using the default selection method 'Cross hair' within panel "Copy items" (See also Manual 'Detailed Function Descriptions'): Select the 'Mirror' button . from port side to starboard.Basic Training Course 1. you will copy the bracket. You define these mirror properties within panel "Copy items"->Tab "Mirror": 194 Version 5. located at -4620 off CL.

Because the same kind of floor must be created at frame 24 and 25.27 Frame 23 1. 23" between the hull and the lower deck "Deck 3500". you will add the following construction parts: · The lower stiffeners ST 100 x 10 between the hull and lower deck "Deck 3500". 1.Basic Training Course By selecting the 'OK' button. the bracket at port side is copied to starboard by mirroring it with respect to the centerline.27. you will copy NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5.1 Basic training steps (27) Start situation You will switch to frame view "Frame 23" to create the floor "Bulkhead Fr.1 09/2005 195 . · The holes with diameter 450 mm. After creating this floor.

23" with thickness 9 mm Option Value 'Cutout' 'Cutout' 'Cutout' Indicate the lower deck 50 Indicate the longitudinal bulkhead 3960 100 Indicate the hull line 75 5.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL . 5280 and 5940 off cl 196 Version 5. meaning that these holes will not be related to the seams. The main reason for this order of actions is that these small holes are not topological. Choose "Update active section" 3. including stiffeners and holes.Basic Training Course this floor to frame 24 and 25. Check if a plate already exists at the location of the floor by activating background lines: no plate exists 4. 23" to frame 24 and 25 q 8. you will first copy the floor and then create these small holes. Create holes with diameter 450 mm q 7. Load drawing frame view "108-23" 2. Create lower stiffeners at 4620. Create lower plate "Bulkhead Fr. Copying this floor including welding holes will therefore result in an incorrect position of these welding holes within frame 24 and 25. Although this floor lacks two small welding holes near the seams. Create lower plate "Bulkhead Fr. 23" with thickness 9 mm q 5. 5280 and 5940 off cl q 6. Copy floor "Bulkhead Fr. Create lower stiffeners at 4620. Create welding holes with radius 35 mm End situation Additional description of actions: 4. Overview of actions: 1.

Basic Training Course Name of panel Option Value Create profile Selected profile type 'Body size' 'Thickness' 'From breadth' 'To breadth' 'Number of items' 'Body direction' 'Thickness direction' 'Type of material' Limitation 'Parallel distance' '1st end shape' 100 10 4620 5940 3 From reversed frame Towards CL GR-A First limitation Indicate the hull line 25 Border value End type Border value 'Angle of edge' 'Nose height' Limitation 'Vertical distance' '2nd end shape' 60 25 Second limitation Indicate the lower deck 25 End type 'Angle of edge' 'Nose height' 60 25 6. Create holes with diameter 450 mm Name of panel Option Value Create holes 'From breadth' 'From height' 'Step size' 'Number of items' Selected hole type 'Diameter' ( 3960 + 4620 ) / 2 3100 660 2 Hole types 450 7. Copy floor "Bulkhead Fr. 23" to frame 24 and 25 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5.1 09/2005 197 .

Basic Training Course Name of panel Option Value Copy items 'Selection method' 'Selection treatment' Copy items Copy items Cross hair Select Select the floor by indicating a point near the hull line 'Include attributes' Select button 'Shift' Tab. Please notice that sometimes NUPASCADMATIC Hull users create two plates on top of each other. 'Shift'->'Shift actions' 'Length' 'Amount' 'Step' 1 2 1 By Selecting the 'OK' button.2 Background lines (2) Before you create the lower plate "Bulkhead Fr. the floor will be copied to frame views "Frame 24" and "Frame 25".1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL .27. it's important to check if there is already a plate present within the current frame view "Frame 23". Please avoid such situations by checking on the existence of plates before creating new plates! You can check if a plate already exists by selecting toolbar icon "Background lines": Select second option 'all plates in plan view' from panel "Actual position": 198 Version 5. 23" between the hull and the lower deck "Deck 3500". 1.

1 09/2005 199 . plates in section will not be displayed. which will assure you that no floor exists within frame view "Frame 23": NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5. In this case the graphical screen will be empty at the location of the floor.Basic Training Course Now only plates and profiles in plan view will be displayed.

Basic Training Course 1. These welding holes will be added to floor "Bulkhead Fr. you have to determine the type of welding hole within panel "Welding holes": 200 Version 5. 23". Let's create these welding holes by selecting the toolbar icon "Create corner holes": Select from panel "Corner holes" option icon "Hole at seam": According to the hint "Select welding symbols" you select the welding symbols by using the default selection method 'Clump' within panel "Weld hole selection menu": After selection of the welding symbols.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL .3 Create holes at seam symbols You will create two welding holes with a radius of 35 mm around the seams.27.

1 Basic training steps (28) Start situation You will switch to frame view "Frame 24" to complete the floor "Bulkhead Fr.28. 1. 24" between the hull and the lower deck "Deck 3500". This floor has been copied from frame 23 with it's three stiffeners ST 100 x 10 and two holes with diameter 450 mm. · Change the left lower corner radius from 100 into 75 mm.1 09/2005 201 .Basic Training Course This panel contains three welding hole types: · Welding hole type 310 · Welding hole type 312 · Welding hole type 348 In this case you select welding hole type "348" and enter in panel "Hole types" for 'Radius' the value "35": Select the 'OK' button to create the two welding holes around the seams. You will make the following necessary modifications to this floor: · Change the position of the holes with diameter 450 mm from 3100 into 3000 mm above base.28 Frame 24 1. which is not created NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5.

Basic Training Course · as a hole but it is how the plate has been created.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL . 4. Add two welding holes with radius 35 mm and one welding hole with radius 75 mm. Place standard text "Frame 24" above view Place standard text "Frame 24" above view is similar to place standard text "Frame 23" above view. 3. but now you select as standard text "Frame 24". but now you select within panel "Hole selection menu" the option 'Shift in height' and enter the value "-100". 4. Change left lower corner radius from 100 to 75 mm 6. Overview of actions: 1. Load drawing frame view "108-24" Choose "Update active section" Place standard text "Frame 24" above view q Change position of holes with diameter 450 mm from 3100 to 3000 mm above base q 5. Shifting these holes is similar to shifting the aft most hole from Deck 6200. Create two welding holes with radius 35 mm and one welding hole with radius 75 mm The creation of two welding holes with radius 35 mm and one welding hole with radius 75 mm is similar to the 202 Version 5. 2. Instead of using value "-100" you can also use the absolute value for the height by selecting the 'Abs' button. Create two welding holes with radius 35 mm and one welding hole with radius 75 mm q End situation Additional description of actions: 3. Change position of holes with diameter 450 mm from 3100 to 3000 mm above base The position of the holes with diameter 450 mm can be changed by shifting them -100 mm in height. 6.

You will change the radius of this corner hole into 75 mm by modifying the plate. 24" between the hull and the lower deck "Deck 3500" contains at the left lower corner a corner hole with a radius of 100 mm. This corner hole is part of the plate contour.1 09/2005 203 . 1.Basic Training Course creation of welding holes within frame view "Frame 23".28. Select the toolbar icon "Change plates": Select "Change plate" from panel "Plates" : According to the hint "Indicate construction part that has to be modified" you select the floor.2 Change plates (2) The plate "Bulkhead Fr. According to the hint "Indicate relation to be changed" you indicate the left lower corner on the graphical screen. After selecting the floor. The relation will be highlighted in panel "Relations overview": The selected boundary properties are available within panel "Modify a plate contour": NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5. the system will display panel "Relations overview" with the current plate boundaries and panel "Modify a plate contour" with the plate contour definitions.

Basic Training Course You change the radius of the corner hole by changing value "100" into "75" for 'Cutout': By selecting the 'OK' button.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL . the radius of the corner hole will be changed from 204 Version 5.

9.Basic Training Course 100 into 75 mm. 7. After copying this floor. Overview of actions: 1. 5.29 Frame 25 1. 25" between the hull and the lower deck "Deck 3500". Load drawing frame view "108-25" Choose "Update active section" Place standard text "Frame 25" above view Change position of holes with diameter 450 mm from 3100 to 3000 mm above base q Create the third hole with diameter 450 mm q Modify the type and size of the inner two holes Change left lower corner radius from 100 to 75 mm q Copy floor "Bulkhead Fr. 4. 25" to frame 26 and 27 q Create two welding holes with radius 35 mm and one welding hole with radius NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5.1 Basic training steps (29) Start situation You will switch to frame view "Frame 25" to complete the floor "Bulkhead Fr. 3. 6. · Create the third hole with diameter 450 mm. you will create two welding holes with radius 35 mm and one welding hole with radius 75 mm. 2.29. · Change the left lower corner radius from 100 into 75 mm. 8. You will copying this modified floor to frame 26 and 27.1 09/2005 205 . You will make the following modifications to this floor: · Change the position of the holes with diameter 450 mm from 3100 into 3000 mm above base. 1. · Change the type and size of the inner two holes.

'Shift'->'Shift actions' 'Width' 660 By selecting the 'OK' button. 25" to frame 26 and 27 You will create the floors at frame 26 and 27 by copying the modified floor "Bulkhead Fr. the copy command will be executed. 206 Version 5. Create the third hole with diameter 450 mm The third hole with diameter 450 mm can be created by copying the second hole. The result will be the creation of a new hole with diameter 450 mm located at 5610 from cl. Copy floor "Bulkhead Fr. 5. 24. Change position of holes with diameter 450 mm from 3100 to 3000 mm above base The position of the holes with diameter 450 mm can be changed by shifting them -100 mm in height. 25" from frame 25. Change left lower corner radius from 100 to 75 mm The modification of the left lower corner radius is similar to the modification of the left lower corner radius from Bulkhead Fr.Basic Training Course 75 mm End situation Additional description of actions: 4. Name of panel Option Value Copy items 'Selection method' 'Selection treatment' Copy items Copy items Cross hair Select Select hole at 4950 from cl 'Include attributes' Select button 'Shift' Tab. 8. 7.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL .

2 Change type/size of holes The floor at frame 25 contains three holes of type "manhole" with a diameter of 450 mm.Basic Training Course Name of panel Option Value Copy items Copy items Copy items 'Selection method' Cross hair 'Selection treatment' Select Select the floor 'Include attributes' Select button 'Shift' Tab. 1.1 09/2005 207 .29. Now you will change the type and size of these two inner holes by selecting "Change holes" from the function toolbar: Select "Type/size" from the change panel "Holes": NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5. the floor will be copied to frame views "Frame 26" and "Frame 27". The two inner holes need to be modified into holes of type "creep hole" with height 600 mm and breadth 450 mm. 'Shift'->'Shift actions' 'Length' 1 'Amount' 2 'Step' 1 By selecting the 'OK' button.

you enter the measures by means of panel "Hole types": By selecting the 'OK' button. the two holes will be modified. you select the 'OK' button after which you will be presented with the panel "Create holes" to select the type of the holes: In this case the holes must be changed from type "manhole" into type "creep hole": After selecting this hole type. 208 Version 5.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL .Basic Training Course According to the hint "Select a hole" you select the two inner holes: After selecting these holes.

30 Frame 26 1. Overview of actions: NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5." and the thickness text including part number on this floor. · Modify the end type of stiffeners at 4620. The best way to proceed is to copy one of the existing stiffeners to the new position below the bulkhead and modify afterwards the type and size of the remaining stiffeners: · Create stiffener ST 100 x 10 below bulkhead "Long.Basic Training Course 1. · Modify the size and type of stiffeners at 4620.30. bulkhead 6600". placed below the bulkhead "Long. · Change the thickness of this floor from 9 into 12 mm.1 09/2005 209 . Now take a close look at the drawing and you will see that the type and size of the stiffeners need to be changed from flat bar 100 x 10 into HP 120 x 8. 5280 and 5940 off cl from ST 100 x 10 into HP 120 x 8. · Remove all corner holes of this floor to make it watertight. 26" between the hull and the lower deck "Deck 3500". · Lengthen this stiffener ST 100 x 10 with 25 mm. 5280 and 5940 off cl from type "B" into type "A". This floor also contains an additional stiffener of type flat bar 100 x 10.T.1 Basic training steps (30) Start situation You will switch to frame view "Frame 26" to modify the floor "Bulkhead Fr. because the upper end of this stiffener has to touch the lower deck. Finally you will place both the free text "W. · Change end type of this stiffener ST 100 x 10 from type "B" into type "C" with a radius of 25 mm. bulkhead 6600". Here are the modifications to be made: · Remove all holes.

6. 8. 26" from 9 into 12 mm q Remove all corner holes of floor "Bulkhead Fr. 26" Place thickness text and part number on floor "Bulkhead Fr. 26" End situation Additional description of actions: 4.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL . Create stiffener below bulkhead "Long. 'Shift'->'Shift actions 'Width' 670 By selecting the 'OK' button. 10. bulkhead 3960". 7. bulkhead 6600" by copying the existing stiffener at 5940 off CL. bulkhead 6600" q Modify length of stiffener below bulkhead "Long. 5280 and 5940 off cl q Place free text "W.T. 26" from 9 into 12 mm Changing the thickness of floor "Bulkhead Fr. 5. bulkhead 6600" You will create the stiffener below bulkhead "Long. the copy command will be executed. 12. 210 Version 5. Change thickness of floor "Bulkhead Fr. Load drawing frame view "108-26" Choose "Update active section" Remove all holes Change thickness of floor "Bulkhead Fr. 6. 3. The result will be the creation of a new stiffener ST 100 x 10 below bulkhead "Long. 5280 and 5940 off cl Modify end type of stiffeners at 4620. 2. bulkhead 6600" q Modify end type of stiffener below bulkhead "Long. 26" is done in the same way as changing the thickness of "Long. " on floor "Bulkhead Fr. bulkhead 6600". bulkhead 6600" q Modify size and type of stiffeners at 4620. 4. Name of panel Option Value Copy items 'Selection method' 'Selection treatment' Copy items Copy items Cross hair Select Select stiffener at 5940 off CL 'Include attributes' Select button 'Shift' Tab. 9. 26" to make it watertight Create stiffener below bulkhead "Long. 11.Basic Training Course 1.

10. 5280 and 5940 off CL You will modify all end types of the stiffeners at 4620. bulkhead 6600" You will modify the end type of the stiffener ST 100 x 10 below bulkhead "Long. Modify end type of stiffener below bulkhead "Long. you must lengthen this stiffener with 25 mm. 5280 and 5940 off CL within frame view "Frame 29".1 09/2005 211 .Basic Training Course 7. Name of panel Option Value Profile selections 'Selection method' 'Selection treatment' Clump Select Make a box around both ends of the profiles Change end shapes '1st and 2nd end shape' NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5. Modify length of stiffener below bulkhead "Long. Modify end type of stiffeners at 4620. bulkhead 6600" from type "B" into type "C" with a radius of 25 mm. bulkhead 6600" has to touch the lower deck "Deck 3500". 5280 and 5940 off CL from the current type "B" into type "A". To achieve this. The modification of this end type is similar to the modification of end types. You can follow the same procedure as you have done for lengthening the lower stiffeners at 4620. bulkhead 6600" In this case the upper end of the stiffener below bulkhead "Long. belonging to the upper stiffeners at 4620. 5280 and 59 40 off cl within frame view "Frame 29" with the following properties: Name of panel Option Value Profile selections 'Selection method' 'Selection treatment' Clump Select Make a box around the upper end of the profile Change end shapes End type '1st and 2nd end shape' 'Radius' 25 8.

26". Select the toolbar icon "Change plates": Select from panel "Plates" option icon "Change plate": According to the hint "Indicate construction part that has to be modified" you select plate "Bulkhead Fr.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL .30. 26" consists of three plate boundaries and that each plate boundary contains a corner hole. the system will display panel "Relations overview" with the current plate boundaries: This panel shows you that the selected plate "Bulkhead Fr. After selection. 26" between the hull and the lower deck "Deck 3500" must be watertight. you will remove all three corner holes.2 Change plates (3) Because the plate "Bulkhead Fr.Basic Training Course 1. These corner holes are part of the plate contour. you can change the plate boundary properties by means of panel "Modify a plate contour": 212 Version 5. therefore you will use the plate modification options again. As you have seen before.

The relation will be highlighted in panel "Relations overview": Remove the current value for the corner radius "50" for 'Cutout': NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5. According to the hint "Indicate relation to be changed" you indicate the upper left corner hole.1 09/2005 213 .Basic Training Course Now you will remove the existing corner holes one by one.

After deleting this value. For the removal of the remaining two corner holes. The plate will be recalculated and the first relation will be updated within panel "Relations overview": Indeed the upper left corner hole has been removed. After removing all corner holes.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL .Basic Training Course After changing the plate boundary. it's better to remove the other two existing corner holes too. you can preview the result by pressing the 'Compute' button. you will use an alternative quicker method: According to the hint "Indicate relation to be changed" you indicate the lower left corner hole. Please remove the current value "75" for the cutout radius within panel "Modify a plate contour". you indicate the last upper right corner hole and remove the value "75" for the cutout radius for this boundary as well. Before pressing the 'OK' button to accept your modification. you select the 'OK' button to finalize your 214 Version 5.

1.1 09/2005 215 . 5280 and 5940 off CL. Let's modify the type and size of these profiles by selecting "Change profiles" from the toolbar : Select "Change size/type of profiles in view" from panel "Change profiles": By means of panel "Profiles selection" you select the profiles by using the default selection method 'Conflict': NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5. located at 4620.3 Change type/size of profiles in view You have to change the type and size of the existing stiffeners ST 100 x 10.30.Basic Training Course modifications of plate "Bulkhead Fr. into HP 120 x 8 by using the profile modification options. 26".

1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL .Basic Training Course You make a box around the profiles in such a way that each profile is at least partially included in the box: Select the 'OK' button to continue: 216 Version 5.

T. To add this user defined text. you will use a new text option called free text.30. you will place the text "W.4 Text (3) After the necessary modifications on floor "Bulkhead Fr. After selecting the 'OK' button. meaning that the value for 'Body size' will be "120" and the value for 'Thickness' will be "8".1 09/2005 217 . To place free text you select the function "TEXT" from toolbar : NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5. 1.Basic Training Course Select the following options within the panel "Change profile type": · The type of profile is "HP" or "Bulb" and therefore select option: · The size of the profile is 120 x 8." to indicate that this floor is watertight. the profiles will be modified into HP 120 x 8. 26".

The entered free text will appear in the graphical screen.31. 1.T. Because this text must be underlined. you select option 'Free text' and enter as free text "W.Basic Training Course After selecting this icon the panel "Text menu" appears: In order to place free text. Please select he 'OK' button to continue. you select also option 'Underline'. By means of the mouse you can drag the selected text to the desired position and place it there using the mouse-left button.1 Basic training steps (31) Start situation 218 Version 5.".31 Frame 27 1.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL .

Please see the next step (32). You will make the following modifications to this floor: · Change the position of all holes from 3000 into 2800 mm above base. You will do this by copying the flat bar with the same properties from view "Frame 26". End situation 1. Overview of actions: NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5. 3. 5. 4.1 09/2005 219 . bulkhead 6600".32 Frame 26 1.32.Basic Training Course You will switch to frame view "Frame 27" to modify the floor between the hull and the lower deck "Deck 3500". Load drawing frame view "108-27" Choose "Update active section" Place standard text "Frame 27" above view Change position of all holes from 3000 to 2800 mm above base Modify the type and size of the outmost hole By now you have almost finished this floor with exception that there is still a flat bar 100 x 10 to be created below the bulkhead "Long.1 Basic training steps (32) Start and end situation You will switch to frame view "Frame 26" to copy the stiffener ST 100 x 10 below bulkhead "Long. bulkhead 6600" to frame view "Frame 27". 2. · Change the type and size of the outmost hole from type "manhole" with diameter 450 mm into type "creep hole" with height 600 mm and breadth 450 mm. Overview of actions: 1.

Overview of actions: 1.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL . 6. Copy stiffener below bulkhead "Long. Choose "Update active section" 3.33 Frame 27 1. Because the same floor appears at frame view "Frame 28". Please remind that welding holes are not topological and therefore the best procedure is to copy the floor first and then create the welding holes.1 Basic training steps (33) Start situation You will switch to frame view "Frame 27" to complete the floor between the hull and the lower deck "Deck 3500". 3.33. · Change the radius of the inner welding hole from 35 into 75 mm. 2. · Add three welding holes with radius 35 mm in way of the seams. you will copy the floor to frame 28.Basic Training Course 1. Load drawing frame view "108-27" Choose "Update active section" Change right upper corner radius from 75 to 100 mm Copy floor to frame 28 Create three welding holes with radius 35 mm Change radius of inner welding hole from 35 to 75 mm End situation 220 Version 5. 4. Load drawing frame view "108-26" 2. You will perform the following modifications on this floor: · Change the right upper corner radius from 75 to 100 mm. bulkhead 6600" to frame 27 1. 5.

But according to the drawing the radius of the inner welding hole has to be changed from 35 into 75 mm.Basic Training Course 1.1 09/2005 221 . Let's change the radius of the inner welding hole by selecting "Create corner holes" from the toolbar: Select the 'Change' button from panel "Corner holes": The following change panel "Corner holes" will be displayed: This panel contains three modification options for corner holes: NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5.33.2 Change size user-holes The floor between the hull and the lower deck "Deck 3500" contains three welding holes with a radius of 35 mm.

you select the 'OK' button you will be presented with the panel "Corner holes" to determine the type of corner hole : Please select "type 348": You enter the new corner hole radius by means of panel "Hole types": 222 Version 5.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL .Basic Training Course · Change size user-holes · Change size air holes · Shift corner holes In this case the radius of the inner welding hole must be changed by selecting option icon "Change size user-holes": According to the hint "Select a corner hole" you select the inner welding hole by using the default selection method 'Clump' within panel "Corner hole selection menu": After selecting the inner welding hole.

28". You will perform the following modifications on floor "Bulkhead Fr. 28" and to create a vertical pillar and some brackets. Overview of actions: 1. · A vertical pillar Ø 150 x 10 mm at 1900 from cl. · Change the radius of the inner welding hole from 35 into 75 mm.1 Basic training steps (34) Start situation You will switch to frame view "Frame 28" to finish the floor "Bulkhead Fr.34. After modification of floor "Bulkhead Fr. bulkhead 6600". you will add the following construction parts: · A bracket of type A between deck beam HP 200 x 9 and longitudinal bulkhead "Long. 1. 28": · Add three welding holes with radius 35 mm in way of the seams. · A bracket of type D between pillar Ø 150 x 10 mm and deck "Deck 2750".34 Frame 28 1. Load drawing frame view "108-28" NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5. · Two brackets of type D between pillar Ø 150 x 10 mm and deck beam HP 200 x 9.Basic Training Course Select the 'OK' button and the radius of the inner welding hole will be modified into 75 mm. · Double plates Ø 200 x 10 mm on top and below the pillar.1 09/2005 223 .

it is important that you first select the pillar and secondly the other construction part! 224 Version 5. 3.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL . Choose "Update active section" Place standard text "Frame 28" above view Create three welding holes with radius 35 mm Change radius of inner welding hole from 35 to 75 mm Create bracket "A 02" between deck beam and longitudinal bulkhead Create vertical pillar Ø 150 x 10 mm at 1900 from cl Add centerline to pillar Create double plates Ø 200 x 10 mm on top and below the pillar Dimension pillar Ø 150 x 10 mm Create brackets "D 21" between pillar and deck beam q Create bracket "D 21" between pillar and deck "Deck 2750" Before you start with the frame view "Frame 30". you will create plates between the lower deck "Deck 3500" and the upper deck "Deck 6200" in "3D-Show" application. End situation Additional description of actions: 11. Create brackets "D 21" between pillar and deck beam Name of panel Option Value Brackets Selected bracket type Indicate the pillar as first construction part Indicate the deck beam as second construction part 21 Bracket type 752 'Standards' By pressing the 'OK' button. 7. the bracket will be created including part number "21" and panel number "YA". 5. 10. 9. 6.Basic Training Course 2. 11. Note: During the creation of a bracket between a pillar and an other construction part. 12. 8. 4.

1 09/2005 225 .2 Create pillars In order to support the upper deck "Deck 6200". you have to select option icon "Vertical pillars": NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5.34. This pillar is positioned at 1900 mm from cl. you will add a pillar between the deck "Deck 2750" and the upper deck beam HP 200 x 9.Basic Training Course 1. Note: All options for creating and changing pillars are only accessible from the menus and not directly from the toolbar. After selecting this function the panel "Pillars" is displayed: This panel contains four different options for creating pillars: · Vertical pillars · Horizontal pillars · Arbitrary pillars · Promote line to pillar Due to the vertical position of this pillar on the screen. You can create pillars by selecting "Construction"Ú"Create"Ú"Pillars" from the menu.

· Since 'Body direction' and 'Thickness direction' does not apply to this type of 226 Version 5.Basic Training Course You specify the type of pillar and it's position by means of panel "Create pillars" in a similar way as you have already done for profiles: The selected options with the appropriate values are: · The type of pillar is "Pipe" and therefore the following option icon is selected: · The size of the pillar is Ø 150 x 10 mm.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL . · The pillar is located at 1900 from CL. therefore the value for 'From breadth' is "1900". so the values for 'Diameter' and 'Wall thickness' are "150" and "10".

you indicating a point above this deck. Taking into consideration the existence of a foundation plate with a thickness of 10 mm. you have to specify the length of the pillar by defining it's start and endpoint. You define the end cut at this position by selecting type "A" as the first end shape: Now you determine the upper end of the pillar by means of panel "Border value": NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5. the vertical distance should be 10 mm. After selecting the 'OK' button.Basic Training Course pillars you accept the default settings. You determine the lower end of the pillar by means of panel "Border value": According to the hint "Indicate 1st relation" you select the deck "Deck 2750". · The type of material of the pillar will be the default standard material "GR-A".1 09/2005 227 .

Although the vertical distance should be 10 mm.Basic Training Course According to the hint "Indicate 2nd relation" you select the upper deck beam HP 200 x 9 by indicating a point below this deck beam. you will leave it 0 mm. After selecting the second end shape. Please select type "A" as the second end shape to continue.3 Create pillars centerline According to the drawing you will add a centerline to the created pillar Ø 150 x 10 mm within frame view "Frame 28". the pillar with dimensions Ø 150 x 10 mm will be created at 1900 from CL. The reason will be explained later on. To add a centerline to this pillar. select "Presentation"Ú"Pillar CL" from the menu. 1. Next you select the pillar Ø 150 x 10 mm by using the default selection method 'Cross hair' within panel "Select": 228 Version 5.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL .34.

To create double plates. These plates are so-called double plates.1 09/2005 229 .34.4 Create foundations type 7 Now you need to create the plates with dimensions Ø 200 x 10 mm on top and below the pillar Ø 150 x 10 mm. the centerline will be added to the pillar. you select "Construction" -> "Create" -> "Foundations" from the menu. After selecting this menu option the panel "Foundations" appears with nine foundation types: In the current situation you will select "Foundation type 7": NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5.Basic Training Course By selecting on the 'OK' button. 1.

Basic Training Course You will be presented with the following panel: Start with selecting the upper end of the pillar by selecting the 'Select' button within panel "Foundation type 7" and the following panel will appear: Select the upper end of pillar Ø 150 x 10 mm by using the 'Clump' possibility of the "Select" panel.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL . Select the 'OK' button to get back to the panel "Foundation type 7" in order to specify the properties of the selected foundation type: 230 Version 5.

Be aware of the circumstance. Therefore you need to deselect option 'Shorten pillar' within panel "Foundation type 7". the specified upper double plate will be created and the pillar will be shortened. · The type of material of the double plate will be the default standard material "GR-A". by selecting option 'Shorten pillar' ( This is set by default).Basic Training Course The selected options with the appropriate values are: · The size of the double plate is Ø 200 x 10 mm. the values for 'Diameter' and 'Thickness' are "200" and "10" which are set automatically. · The double plate must be given a name by entering an arbitrary name for 'Name'. due to the specified vertical distance of 10 mm at the upper end. After creating this upper plate. By selecting the 'OK' button. · The pillar needs to be shortened at the upper end. that the pillar doesn't need to be shortened at the lower end. Please zoom in on this double plate by using hot key <1> and then activate the background lines by selecting "Background lines" from the toolbar: Activating background lines with the default option 'all plates' will result in displaying the real thickness lines of this double plate in section. you will create the lower one in a similar way. you can take a close look at one of these double plates for instance the upper double plate.1 09/2005 231 . You can enter the "A" for 'Name' again within panel "Foundation type 7". After creating these double plates. as shown in the figure below: NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5. for instance "A".

by using the mouse.34.5 Profile size (5) You will dimension the pillar Ø 150 x 10 mm by placing a reference with both the size of the pillar and the part number to this pillar.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL . You can use for pillars the same dimensioning functions as for normal profiles.Basic Training Course You can remove the background lines by using the "ABORT" button from the toolbar or hot key <Esc>. 232 Version 5. 1. Select "Profile size perpendicular" from the toolbar: According to the hint "Select item" you select the pillar Ø 150 x 10 mm and drag the dimension outside of the pillar and indicate a point where the dimension should be placed.

Basic Training Course Using this dimensioning option. located between the lower deck "Deck 3500" and the upper deck "Deck 6200".35 3D-Show: Create series of plates 1. But these construction parts can also be created in "3D- NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5.35. 1.1 Basic training steps (35) Start situation Now you will switch to the application "3D-Show" to create the upper plates from frame 23 to frame 28. the text "Pipe 150 x 10" is placed perpendicular to the pillar.1 09/2005 233 . All the plates and stiffeners you have created so far. have done in the "3DContek" application.

but the available options have some limitations. Switch to application "3D-Show" q Show active section in a 3-dimensional environment q Shade lines from active section q Create plates between decks "Deck 3500 " and "Deck 6200 " from frame 23 u ntil frame 28 5. The advantage of creating plates "3D-Show" application is.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL . View section in isometric view 6. For this training block you have not used the application "3D-Show" for creating initial plates so far in order to avoid confusion for you as a beginner. when you are start with a new section or building block. 4. you will add the holes and stiffeners to the upper plates and execute the necessary modifications. 2. This is the main reason that the application "3D-Show" is often used for creating the initial plates. Therefore the application "3DShow" is hardly used for making holes and stiffeners. that you can make a series of plates whereas within the application "3D-Contek". Show active section in a 3-dimensional environment See: show active section 3 Shade lines from active section 234 Version 5. Switch to application "3D-Contek" q After returning to the application "3D-Contek". Overview of actions: 1. Eventually you can also create the holes and stiffeners by means of application "3D-Show". you can only make a single plate. 3.Basic Training Course Show" application. Shade lines from active section in order to see the created plates 7. End situation Additional description of actions: 1 Switch to application "3D-Show" Switching to application "3D-Show" is similar to switching to another application 2.

1 09/2005 235 . 1. located between the two decks "Deck 3500" and "Deck 6200".2 Create transverse plates You will make a series of upper plates from frame 23 to frame 28. You are able to create four different types of plates within the application "3DShow": · Horizontal plates · Longitudinal plates · Transverse plates · Slanting plates Let's create a series of upper plates from frame 23 to frame 28 by selecting toolbar icon "Transverse plates": After selecting this icon.35. you will be presented with the following panel: NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5.Basic Training Course See: shade lines 7 Don't save the drawing.

the view on the graphical screen will be changed from "iso rear" into "rear view section" at frame "23". located between the two decks "Deck 3500" 236 Version 5. the default value for this is "1" . After selecting the 'OK' button. Accept the presented default values for 'Type of material' and 'Shift of working plane' by selecting the 'OK' button. In this case you don't need to enter a value for 'Step size'. you enter the value "23" for 'From frame' and the value "28" for 'To frame' . Next you have to specify the plate boundaries by means of panel "Create topological plates": The boundaries of the upper plates.Basic Training Course Because the upper plates must be created from frame 23 to frame 28.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL . The thickness of the upper plates will be 9 mm and the thickness direction will be towards reversed frame.

one for the skeg. you select the speed bar icon "speedbar": After selecting this icon. etc. 1. The main body is usually stored in hull group 0. · Add the corner hole with radius 50 mm to the first boundary by entering the value "50" for 'Cutout'. As a result the value "0" will entered in the concerning input box. This value "0" means hull group 0. which will be displayed in the graphical screen. will be defined as follows: · Start with the upper deck "Deck 6200" as the first boundary of the plate. Add the corner hole with radius 50 mm to the forth boudaryboundaryect the 'OK' button to create the specified series of upper plates from frame 23 to frame 28.35.3 Isometric view speed barithin the application "3D-Show" you can create an isometric view of the current section.Basic Training Course and "Deck 6200". the isometric view will be displayed in the graphical screen. Since the hull line is missing you will select the button 'Shape' for 'Max. NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5. · The last boundary is the hull line. bulkhead 6600" as the second boundary. Breadth' to define the maximum breadth. In order to create an isometric view of the current section. A lines plan can consist of different hull groups.1 09/2005 237 . · Please indicate the lower deck "Deck 3500" as the third boundary. one for the main body. i. which can be defined by indicating the upper deck. · Please indicate the longitudinal bulkhead "Long. · Add the corner hole with radius 50 mm to the second boundary.e. · Add the corner hole with radius 75 mm to the third boundary.

36. you will check if the attributes of the upper plate "Bulkhead Fr. 6.36 Frame 23 1.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL . 3. The same upper plate with hole and stiffener should also be created at frame 24. Overview of actions: 1. · One standard hole with dimensions 1200 / 450 mm. Since the upper plate is already available at frame 24. 23" are indeed available within frame view "Frame 24". You will add the following construction parts to this upper plate: · The upper stiffener HP 120 x 8 between the hull and upper deck "Deck 6200". After copying the plate attributes. Load drawing frame view "108-23" Choose "Update active section" Create the upper stiffener at 7400 off CL q Create standard hole with dimensions 1200/450 mm q Copy stiffener and hole to frame 24 Create welding holes with radius 35 mm After finishing this frame view. 2.Basic Training Course 1.1 Basic training steps (36) Start situation You will switch to frame view "Frame 23" to finish the upper plate "Bulkhead Fr. Create the upper stiffener at 7400 off CL 238 Version 5. 4. End situation Additional description of actions: 3. you will add the welding holes with radius 35 mm to the upper plate. meaning the hole and stiffener from frame 23. 5. you will only copy the attributes of the upper plate. 23" between the lower deck "Deck 3500" and the upper deck "Deck 6200".

Create standard hole with dimensions 1200/450 mm The hole with dimensions 1200/450 mm will be made with the following properties: Name of panel Option Value Create holes 'From breadth' 'From height' Selected hole type 'Height' 'Width' 7100 5250 Hole types 1200 450 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5.Basic Training Course The upper stiffener HP 120 x 8 at 7400 off CL will be created with the following properties: Name of panel Option Value Create profile Selected profile type 'Body size' 'Thickness' 'From breadth' 'Body direction' 'Thickness direction' 'Type of material' Limitation 'Parallel distance' '1st end shape' 120 8 7400 From reversed frame Towards CL GR-A First limitation Indicate the hull line 40 Border value End type Border value 'Angle of edge' 'Nose height' Limitation 'Vertical distance' '2nd end shape' 60 25 Second limitation Indicate the upper deck 40 End type 'Angle of edge' 'Nose height' 60 25 4.1 09/2005 239 .

Basic Training Course 1.36. you first select from the list of item types "All attributes of a plate" instead of the default item type "Any". Next you select the upper plate "Bulkhead Fr. to frame 24. Select the toolbar icon "Copy items": Now you select the item(s) to be copied by means of panel "Copy items": In order to select only the attributes of a plate.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL .2 Copy items with shift (3) You will only copy the attributes of plate "Bulkhead Fr. 240 Version 5. 23". 23" by using the default selection method 'Cross hair'. meaning the hole and stiffener.

37.1 09/2005 241 . If you wish. you can get a preview of the result by using the 'preview' button . 1. Please select the 'OK' button to complete the action. Next you will be presented with the following panel to specify the distance over which the copying should take place: Please enter the value "1" for 'Length'.37 Frame 24 1.Basic Training Course Note: Here it may be easier to select directly the hole and stiffener of the upper plate "Bulkhead Fr. which stands for "1FR". 23" with the default item type "Any". Please select 'Shift' to continue.1 Basic training steps (37) Start situation NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5.

38. To finish the upper plate "Bulkhead Fr. 100 mm in breadth 13. Shift the hole of the upper plate "Bulkhead Fr. Copy the attributes of the upper plate "Bulkhead Fr. 28" at height 4300. Modify the size of the current hole of the upper plate "Bulkhead Fr. Copy this hole -1200 mm in height and -100 mm in breadth. Shorten the profile HP120x8 of the upper plate "Bulkhead Fr. Create two welding holes with radius 35 mm 5. Load drawing frame view "108-30" 15. Overview of actions: 1. 25" from 1200/450 mm into 800/450 mm and shift this hole 250 mm in height 7. 28" to frame 30 including it's attributes 14. 24" to frame 25. 30" at the lower end to the Deck 3500 with a distance of 40 mm End situation 1.Basic Training Course You will switch to frame view "Frame 24" to check if the attributes of the upper plate "Bulkhead Fr. 27" at height 4300. 23" are indeed available. Choose "Update active section" and you will notice that the attributes of the plate are there 3. 4. Load drawing frame view "108-25" 6. Shift the hole of the upper plate "Bulkhead Fr. Load drawing frame view "108-27" 10. 100 mm in breadth 11. Copy the upper plate "Bulkhead Fr. 25" to the frames 26 up to 28 10. 24" you will add the welding holes with radius 35 mm.38 Deck 6200 above base 1. Load drawing frame view "108-28" 12.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL . 8.1 Basic training steps (38) Start situation 242 Version 5. Load drawing frame view "108-24" 2. Copy all the attributes of the upper plate "Bulkhead Fr.

38. which will be integrated in the existing deck plate "Deck 62 00" 5.1 09/2005 243 . 3.2 Change plates (4) You will create the cutout in deck plate "Deck 6200" by modifying the contour of this deck plate. The dimensions of the cutout are presented in the figure below: Please select "Change plates" from the toolbar: NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5. Remove the platform by using option undo plate change End situation 1. Load drawing top view "108-6200" Choose "Update active section" Create the cutout in deck plate "Deck 6200" Create a platform. Overview of actions: 1.Basic Training Course You will switch to the upper deck "Deck 6200" to create the cutout in deck plate "Deck 6200". 4. 2.

Now you have to indicate the relation.Basic Training Course Select "Change plate" from panel "Plates": According to the hint "Indicate construction part that has to be modified" you select plate "Deck 6200". Next. This relation will be highlighted in panel "Relations overview": The selected boundary properties are available within panel "Modify a plate contour": 244 Version 5. Taking in account the rule that you should always work in a counterclockwise direction. located at a parallel distance of 100 mm from the centerline. the system displays a list of all the boundaries of the selected plate in the panel called "Relations overview" and you are also presented with the panel "Modify a plate contour". which needs to be changed. you select the upper boundary of the plate.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL .

You could type a value for 'Min.1 09/2005 245 . · The first boundary of the modification is defined by the minimum length. · Add the corner radius of 100 mm to the selected boundary by selecting option 'Radius of curvature' and entering the value "100" in the entry box. but in this case you select the deck beam at frame 28 by indicating a point on the right-hand side of the deck beam and enter the value "50" for 'Parallel' in the panel "Modify a plate contour" which stands for the parallel distance. taking in account the following rules: · When modifying plate boundaries. you must also work in a counterclockwise direction. Length'. · The last boundary of the modification is defined by the minimum breadth. Select the 'Min. · The first boundary of the modification must always intersect with the selected plate boundary.Basic Training Course You will create the cutout in deck plate "Deck 6200" by starting the modification from the indicated relation. Therefore you select button 'Start adding' to add the modification. Breadth' button and enter value "1300" in the entry box: NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5.

The updated plate relations will appear within panel "Relations overview": Please select the 'OK' button to modify the deck plate "Deck 6200". Please notice that this is always an existing relation of the plate.Basic Training Course After defining all boundaries of the cutout. Please select the 'Compute' button to get a preview of the modified deck plate. located at 100 mm in front of frame 22.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL . Next you have to indicate the relation whereat the modification ends. 246 Version 5. you select the button 'Stop adding'. In this situation you select the aft boundary of the plate.

by modifying the contour of the deck plate.Basic Training Course 1.3 Change plates (5) You will make a small platform. which will be an integrated part of the deck plate "Deck 6200". This relation will be highlighted in panel "Relations overview": NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5. located at a parallel distance of 1300 mm from centerline. Next the system displays list of all the boundaries of the selected plate in the panel called "Relations overview" and you are also presented with the panel "Modify a plate contour". The dimensions of this platform are shown in the figure below: Please select "Change plates" from the toolbar : Select "Change plate" from panel "Plates" : According to the hint "Indicate construction part that has to be modified" you select plate "Deck 6200". for some extra exercises.1 09/2005 247 . You select the upper boundary of the plate.38.

Length' button and enter value "26+20" in the entry box.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL . Length' button and enter value "25-20" in the entry box. · Add the corner radius of 75 mm to the current boundary by selecting 'Radius of curvature' and entering the value "75" for the radius in the entry box. Next you select 'Start adding' to add the new boundaries: · The first boundary to add. is defined by the maximum length. After defining all relations of the platform.Basic Training Course The selected boundary properties are available within panel "Modify a plate contour": Please add the first corner radius of 75 mm to the selected plate boundary by selecting 'Radius of curvature' in the panel "Modify a plate contour" and entering the value "75" for it. · The third boundary is defined by the minimum length. Select the 'Min. Select the 'Min. you select button 'Stop adding' and 248 Version 5. Select the 'Max. Breadth' button and enter value "450" in the entry box. · The second boundary is defined by the minimum breadth.

38. Let's remove the platform by selecting "Change plates" from the toolbar : Select "Undo plate change" from panel "Plates": Next the corresponding deck plate "Deck 6200" will be highlighted for a few NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5. Now you can preview the created platform by using the 'Compute' button and the updated plate relations will appear within panel "Relations overview": Select the 'OK' button to create the deck plate "Deck 6200" with the integrated platform. 1.4 Undo plate change if you are not satisfied with the last modification of the deck plate "Deck 6200".Basic Training Course indicate the relation whereat the modification ends. you can use the undo possibility for plate changes.1 09/2005 249 . located at a parallel distance of 1300 mm from centerline. In this case you select the upper boundary of the plate.

Choose "Update active section" 3. the last modification of the plate will be undone. 1. without the integrated platform.39 Deck 3500 above base 1. in a slanted parallel contour 250 Version 5. Now you have the original deck plate 'Deck 6200" back. Modify the cutout by changing the parallel contour. Option "Undo plate change" is only applied on the last modification of the last modified plate.Basic Training Course seconds and the following message will appear: By selecting the 'Yes' button. Load drawing top view "108-3500" 2. Overview of actions: 1. Make the bulkheads above the deck visible by increasing the "distance in front of view" 4. Create the cutout in deck plate "Deck 3500" 5.39.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL . related to the transverse b ulkhead at FR29.1 Basic training steps (39) Start situation You will switch to the lower deck "Deck 3500" to create the cutout in deck plate "Deck 3500".

2 Set visibility 'Distance in front of view' As you can see on the drawing. Undo the last plate modification 8. because the visibility distance above the deck is too small. Please select "DRAW?" from the toolbar : Next you will be presented with the panel "108-3500": NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5. Modify the cutout by relating the slanted parallel contour to the transverse bul khead at FR28 7.1 09/2005 251 . · The transverse bulkhead at FR29.39.Basic Training Course 6. the cutout in deck plate "Deck 3500" is related to it's environment by means of parallel relations to the following three bulkheads: · The longitudinal bulkhead at 6600 from C. you need to increase the visibility distance. · The longitudinal bulkhead at 3960 from C. But these bulkheads are not visible within the current top view "108-3500"..L.L. Create stiffener ST 150 x 10 along the slanted parallel contour of the cutout End situation 1.. If you also want to see the bulkheads above the deck. Normally within the application NUPAS-CADMATIC Hull only the plates below a deck will be shown.

Since the thickness of the deck 12 mm you have to change the value for 'the distance in front of view' from 6 mm into at least 13 mm: 252 Version 5.Basic Training Course Select button 'Visibility' to access the visibility settings within panel "Visibility settings".1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL .

As mentioned before the cutout is related to it's environment by means of the following three main relations: · A parallel relation to the longitudinal bulkhead 6600 from C.L.39.1 09/2005 253 .Basic Training Course By selecting the 'OK' button within panel "108-3500" the bulkheads will be presented in the top view as well. The dimensions of the cutout are presented in the figure below: NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5. of 100 mm. 1.3 Change plates (6) You will create the cutout in deck plate "Deck 3500" by modifying the contour of this deck plate. · A parallel relation to the longitudinal bulkhead 3960 from C.L. · A parallel relation to the transverse bulkhead at FR29 of 250 mm. of 150 mm.

you select the boundary of the plate located at frame 31. Now you have to indicate the relation which needs to be changed. This relation will be highlighted in panel "Relations overview": The selected boundary properties are available within panel "Modify a plate 254 Version 5. Next. the system displays a list of all the boundaries of the selected plate in the panel called "Relations overview" and you are also presented with the panel "Modify a plate contour".Basic Training Course Please select "Change plates" from the toolbar: Select "Change plate" from panel "Plates": According to the hint "Indicate construction part that has to be modified" you select the forward plate "Deck 3500".1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL . Taking in account the rule that you should always work in a counterclockwise direction.

· Add the lower corner radius of 300 mm by selecting 'Radius of curvature' and entering the value "300".Basic Training Course contour": You will create the cutout in deck plate "Deck 3500" by starting from the indicated relation. · The third boundary is defined by a parallel distance of 250 mm from the transverse bulkhead at FR29. Indicate the longitudinal bulkhead 6600 and enter the value "100" for 'Parallel' . · The second boundary is defined by a parallel distance of 100 mm from the longitudinal bulkhead 6600. Start by indicating a point above the longitudinal bulkhead 6600 to select the deck and entering the value "20" for 'Parallel' .1 09/2005 255 . you define an angle of 150º by selecting option 'Angle from' instead of 'No crossover' and entering the value of "150" for 'Angle from' : Note: The value for the angle must always be confirmed by pressing the <ENTER> key. starting at a parallel distance of 20 mm above the longitudinal bulkhead 6600. Therefore you select within the panel 'Start adding' to add the modification: · The first part of the cutout is a small nose. Next. So indicate the transverse bulkhead at FR29 at NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5.

In this case you select the boundary of the plate located at frame 31. The end result is presented in the following figure: 256 Version 5. The last action is to define the parallel distance of 20 mm below the longitudinal bulkhead 3960. presented on your screen and in the panel "Relations overview" then you can confirm the modification of the deck plate "Deck 3500" by selecting the 'OK' button. · Add the upper corner radius of 300 mm.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL . Select option 'Angle to' and enter "30" as value for the angle: Confirm this angle again by pressing the <ENTER> key. In such cases you use the alternative option 'Angle to'. Indicate the longitudinal bulkhead 3960 and enter the value "20" for 'Parallel' . you can not use the option 'Angle from'.Basic Training Course the front side and enter the value "250" for 'Parallel'. ending at a parallel distance of 20 mm below the longitudinal bulkhead 3960. · The last part of the cutout is also a small nose with a fixed angle of 30º. Now select the button 'Stop adding' and indicate the relation whereat the modification ends. · The fourth boundary is defined by a parallel distance of 150 mm from the longitudinal bulkhead 3960. Select the longitudinal bulkhead 3960 by indicating a point below it and enter the value "150" for 'Parallel' . You can get a preview of the modified deck plate by using the 'Compute' button and the panel "Relations overview" will be updated: If you are satisfied with the result. Because the exact position of the start point is unknown.

in a slanted plate boundary. The new dimensions of the cutout are given in the following figure: NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5.39.4 Change plates (7) You will modify the created cutout in deck plate "Deck 3500" by changing the existing vertical plate boundary. which is related to the transverse bulkhead at FR29.1 09/2005 257 .Basic Training Course 1. Although this modification is not visible on the provided drawing sheets. you will carry out this modification as an additional exercise.

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Please select "Change plates" from the toolbar:

Select "Change plate" from panel "Plates" :

According to the hint "Indicate construction part that has to be modified" you select the front plate "Deck 3500".Next, the system displays a list of all the boundaries of the selected plate in the panel called "Relations overview" and you are also presented with the panel "Modify a plate contour". Now select vertical plate boundary of the cutout, which is related to the transverse bulkhead. This relation is highlighted in panel "Relations overview":

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The selected boundary properties are available within panel "Modify a plate contour":

By specifying a second value for option 'Parallel', you define the current relation as a slanted relation with respect to the selected item; The value in the left entry box for 'Parallel' is the distance between the start point of the current relation and the selected item, the start point is determined by the intersection of the previous relation with the current relation. The value in the right entry box is the distance between the end point of the current relation and the selected item the end point is determined by the intersection of the next relation with the current relation. Please notice that the current relation is seen as an strait line to determine the intersections According to the figure with the specified dimensions of the cutout, you must insert the value "300" for 'Parallel' in the right entry box:

After selecting the 'OK' button, the vertical plate boundary of the cutout will be modified into a slanted plate boundary. The end result is presented in the figure below:

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You will modify the created cutout in deck plate "Deck 3500" for a second time by making the cutout deeper. This can be realized by relating the slanted plate

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boundary of the cutout to the transverse bulkhead at FR28. Please notice that the slanted plate boundary of the cutout is related to the transverse bulkhead at FR29. This second modification is an additional exercise to show you the use of the 'Replace' button within panel "Modify a plate contour". After carrying out this exercise, you will undo this modification. The new dimensions of the cutout are illustrated in the following figure:

Please select "Change plates" from the toolbar:

Select "Change plates" from panel "Plates":

According to the hint "Indicate construction part that has to be modified" you select the forward plate "Deck 3500". Next, the system displays a list of all the boundaries of the selected plate in the panel called "Relations overview" and you are also presented with the panel "Modify a plate contour". Please select the slanted plate boundary of the cutout, which is related to the transverse bulkhead. The selected relation is highlighted in panel "Relations overview":

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The selected boundary properties are available within panel "Modify a plate contour":

You can replace a relation by a new relation by selecting the 'Replace' button within panel "Modify a plate contour". After defining a new relation and selecting the 'OK' button, the existing relation will be replaced by the new one. In the current situation, you select the 'Replace' button and define your new relation by indicating the transverse bulkhead at FR28. To get a preview of the modified deck plate, you select the 'Compute' button. If you are satisfied with the result you can select the 'OK' button to confirm the modification of the deck plate "Deck 3500". The end result is presented in the following figure:

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1.39.6 Create arbitrary profiles (1)

You will create stiffener ST 150 x 10 along the slanted plate boundary of the created cutout in deck plate "Deck 3500".

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Although you will find the same profile on the drawing, there is one main difference: the presented profile on the drawing is a vertical profile, which can easily be created with the option "Vertical profiles" . To create this slanted profile, you will use a new profile option called "Arbitrary profiles". The stiffener ST 150 x 10 will be created between the start point P¹ and the endpoint P² along the slanted plate boundary. The exact position of these points are given in the following figure:

The start point P¹ will be defined as an intersection point between the relations: · A parallel relation to the longitudinal bulkhead 6600 from C.L. of 40 mm; · A parallel relation to the slanted plate boundary of the cutout of 15 mm. The endpoint P² will also be defined as an intersection point between the relations: · A parallel relation to the longitudinal bulkhead 3960 from C.L. of 40 mm; · A parallel relation to the slanted plate boundary of the cutout of 20 mm. Both the first and second end shapes of this stiffener will be of type "B" with an angle of 60 mm and a nose height of 25 mm.

Please select "Create profile" from the toolbar :

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The profile type. The profile directions will be "Towards base" and "Towards reversed frame" : After selecting the 'OK' button. you have to specify the start and endpoint of the profile and the corresponding end shapes by means of panel "Profile on plate ? TDB 108": NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5.Basic Training Course At first you have to specify the type of profile and it's directions by means of panel "Create profile". "150" and "10".1 09/2005 265 . body size and thickness are respectively "Flat bar".

Ad 1. Please note that all the values concerning a relation should be given before the de relation is confirmed by means of the 'OK' button. A parallel relation to the slanted plate boundary of the cutout of 15 mm. but if you select this plate.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL .L. the full contour of the plate will be highlighted! You will see this also within panel "Profile on plate ? TDB 108". 2. you will define the following relations: 1.To define the second relation you select the slanted plate boundary of the cutout.Basic Training Course As basis for the start point of the profile. Ad 2. where the selected type of relation will be 'Complete relation': 266 Version 5. of 40 mm. A parallel relation to the longitudinal bulkhead 6600 from C. To define the first relation you select the longitudinal bulkhead 6600 by indicating a point above the plate and entering within panel "Profile on plate ? TDB 108" the value "40" for 'Vertical distance' : Select the 'OK' button to confirm the definition of the relation.

which is closest to the indicated point will be selected. You have defined two relations which are presented as purple lines within the graphical screen: NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5. you have to choose '1 vector' as type of relation from the pull-down menu .Basic Training Course To make sure that only the indicated slanted plate boundary is selected.1 09/2005 267 . Now enter the value "15" for 'Parallel distance' : Confirm the definition of this relation by selecting the 'OK' button. Generally speaking the selected type of relation '1 vector' means that only the vector of the relation.

you only have to define the first end shape. According to the hint you have to choose the third and first end shape from panel "Profile on plate ? TDB 108". which will be of type "B" or a so-called snipe: Please accept the presented default values for 'Angle of edge' and 'Nose height' within panel "End type" by selecting the 'OK' button: 268 Version 5.Basic Training Course The intersection point of these purple lines will determine the start point of the profile. Since the profile does not have a flange.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL .

An alternative for selecting the type of relation '1 vector' from the pull-down menu is by using the right-mouse button after selecting the slanted plate boundary. To define the third relation you select the longitudinal bulkhead 3960 by indicating a point below the plate. You define the fourth relation by selecting the slanted plate boundary of the cutout and choosing '1 vector' from the pull-down menu the correct type of relation . next you enter the value "40" for 'Vertical distance' . of 40 mm. Confirm the definition for this relation by selecting the 'OK' button. Accept the presented default values for 'Angle of edge' and 'Nose height' within panel "End type" by selecting the 'OK' button. which enables you to select the appropriate type of relation: The defined relations will be presented as purple lines within the graphical screen.1 09/2005 269 . The pop-up menu "Select contour interpretation" appears. 4. Ad 4. According to the hint you have to choose the fourth and second end shape from panel "Profile on plate ? TDB 108".L. Ad 3. You only have to select the second end shape. The stiffener ST 150 x 10 will be created between the specified start and endpoint: NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5. Enter the value "20" for 'Parallel distance' and confirm the definition of this relation by selecting the 'OK' button. The intersection point of these purple lines will determine the endpoint of the profile.Basic Training Course As basis for the endpoint of the profile. you will define the following relations: 3. A parallel relation to the longitudinal bulkhead 3960 from C. A parallel relation to the slanted plate boundary of the cutout of 20 mm. which will be of type "B" .

1 Basic training steps (40) Although you haven't really finished your section.40 Update all views 1. you need to be sure that all views are up to date! 270 Version 5.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL .40.Basic Training Course 1. But before you can create a sheet drawing. it is time to create a sheet drawing to have an overview of the views you have created so far.

40. · If you want to create all kinds of export files. Our recommendation is to update all views in the following situations: · If you want to create sheet drawings. a cross view it also can have influence on top and longitudinal views.2 Recalculate views Please notice that when you modify e. Therefore the system enables you to update all the views of the active section in one action. Update all views 1.1 09/2005 271 . In order to update all views. · If you want to plot sheet drawings.g. and the panel "Recalculate" will appear: NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5. you select "File"->"Sections"->"Calculate" from the menu.Basic Training Course Overview of actions: 1.

41. 1.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL . by means of the following panels At the end of the recalculating process. 272 Version 5. Since you will update all the views of the active section "108' you do not need to change any settings in the panel "Recalculate" and therefore you select the 'OK' button to continue. the system will display the following message panel: Select the 'OK' button to finish the action.1 Basic training steps (41) Although you haven't finished your section.41.Basic Training Course Using this panel you can select which type of view(s) and which section(s) needs to be updated. composed of various views.1.1 Create sheet drawings 1.41 Sheet drawings 1. you will create a sheet drawing to have an overview of your section. A sheet drawing is a drawing. The system shows the progress of the recalculation process by displaying each type of view being updated.

"2D-Contek". Please select "New" from the toolbar to create a sheet drawing: After selecting this function you will be presented with the panel "Sheet settings" NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5. This menu option is available within the applications "3D-Contek". 4. Switch to sheet drawings environment Create new sheet drawing with paper size A0 and scale 1 : 25 Select views to load inside the empty sheet drawing Save sheet drawing with drawing number "108" and sheet number "1" End situation 1.1. 1. After selecting this menu option. "3D-Show" and "Shell".1 09/2005 273 . 3.41.1. the system will switch to the sheet drawings environment and presents a new toolbar for creating and modifying sheet drawings.2 Switch to sheet drawings environment You can switch to the sheet drawings environment by selecting "File"Ú"Sheet drawings" from the menu.3 Create new sheet drawing You will create a new sheet drawing with paper size A0 and scale 1 : 25.41. 2.Basic Training Course Overview of actions: 1.

next. And you are presented with a panel as an example how some of the information on the title-field could be provided: After selecting the 'OK' button. a new empty sheet drawing is created including a title-field of the customer.Basic Training Course to define the paper size and the scale of the drawing: Please select the 'OK' button to continue. the given information will be processed in the titlefield: 274 Version 5.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL .

4 Import views to sheet drawing (1) You will select views as part of the sheet drawing creation process. NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5. · Side views "108-3960" and "108-6600". 1.Basic Training Course Next you can load views in the sheet drawing.1. You will load the following views in the sheet drawing: · Top views "108-6200" and "108-3500". This action will be handled as a separate action within this training step. These views will be loaded in the sheet drawing. The arrangement will be different from the arrangement of views on the example drawing.41.1 09/2005 275 .

The arrangement of these views is illustrated in the figure below: Let's load the specified views in the sheet drawing in the following order: 1.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL . You will start with selecting top views by checking the option 'Top' in the panel "Sheet drawings": 276 Version 5. 2. "108-25" and "108-26".Basic Training Course · Frame views "108-23". "108-24". Top views. Side views. 3. Frame views.

The second top view "108-3500" will be not placed arbitrarily but below the first top view.1 09/2005 277 . Please select the top view "108-6200" from the list and place the view at the desired position in the sheet drawing.Basic Training Course Within this panel you will find list of two available top views. Please select option 'Above/below' : NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5. please notice that the options 'Manual' and 'Arbitrary' are selected as default. The selected top view will be removed from the list in the panel. In this case you will load the views in a manual and arbitrary way.

Basic Training Course After selecting the top view "108-3500" from the list. you select one of the views in the sheet drawing by indicating a point above or below that view. So select first 'Beside model' as the method of placement : 278 Version 5. First select 'Arbitrary' as the method of placement and then select the side view "108-3960" from the list and place the view at the desired position in the sheet drawing. According to the selected placement method 'Above/below'. So indicate a point just below the first top view "108-6200" and the second top view "108-3500" will be positioned below the first one with a default intermediate distance. you will continue with side views by deselecting the option 'Top' selecting option 'Side' in the panel "Sheet drawings": within this panel you will find a list of available side views. you have to select one of the views in the sheet drawing as the hint "Select a model" also suggests. You will position this view just at the right side of top view "108-6200". After selecting top views.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL . The next side view "108-6600" has to be placed next to the side view "108-3960". From these five views only two views "108-3960" and "108-6600" will be loaded into the sheet drawing.

Then select the frame view "108-23" by indicating a point just below this view. Please deselect the option 'Side' and select the option 'Frame' in the panel. Select option 'Above below' and frame view "108-25" from the list. "108-23". there is stil some space available in the drawing sheet. therefore you will load four of the eight frame views. Next. · The third frame view "108-25" should be placed below frame view "108-23". Now select placement method 'Intersection' in the panel: NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5.Basic Training Course Please select side view "108-6600" from the list. · The fourth frame view "108-26" should be placed next to the frame view "10825" and below frame view "108-24". Please select frame view "108-24" from the list and place this view at the right side of the frame view "108-24" by indicating a point on that position. you indicate a point at the right side of the side view "108-3960" in the sheet drawing to define the position whereat the selected side view should be placed. "108-24". "108-25" and "108-26": · Please select the first frame view "108-23" and place this view below side view "108-3960" and beside both top views "108-6200" and "108-3500".. Next you select the placement method 'Arbitrary' to continue: still You are now presented with a list of eight available frame views.1 09/2005 279 . · Since the frame view "108-24" should be placed next to the frame view "10823" you select the option 'Beside model' . meaning at an intersection.

Then you select frame view "108-24" by indicating a point just below the drawing.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL .41. Next. you have to select the frame view "108-25" by indicating a point at the right side of the view.Basic Training Course Please select frame view "108-26" from the list. you end this function by selecting the "ABORT" button form the toolbar button. After having loaded all the specified views.2. Now the fourth frame view "108-26" will be positioned beside frame view "108-25" and below frame view "108-24". 1.41.2 Create hidden lines drawing and import it to sheet drawing 1.1 Basic training steps (42) You will create an isometric hidden line view of your section and add this view to the existing sheet drawing. Overview of actions: 280 Version 5.

.2.2 Save drawing as position and hidden biso The application "3D-Show" offers you the possibility to save 3D hidden lines drawings." from the menu.. you don't have to change the viewing perspective! Let's save the current section as an isometric hidden lines drawing by selecting "File"Ú"Save as .1 09/2005 281 . Because the active section is already shown in isometric view. Select from panel "Save as .41." option 'Position and hidden biso' and accept the default values for the 'Drawing number' and 'Drawing name': NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5. These 3D hidden lines drawings are created from the selected section(s).Basic Training Course 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Switch to application "3D-Show" Show active section Save section as isometric hidden lines view with drawing number "108" and drawing name "iso-rear" Switch to application "3D-Contek" Load sheet drawing with drawing number "108" and sheet number "1" Add isometric hidden lines view to sheet drawing Save sheet drawing with drawing number "108" and sheet number "1" End situation 1.. In this case you will create an isometric hidden lines drawing from your section and save it with drawing number "108" and drawing name "iso-rear". taking in account the actual viewing perspective..

Because many sections are built upside down. This can be realized by turning the section 180º degrees around the East-West axis.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL . In order to get a nice view of your section. You can ignore the optional field 'Description' and select the 'OK' button. Next you are presented with two panels "Turn model" and "Remove parts" to enable you to turn the displayed section around one of it's axes and to remove items from the displayed section. you will also turn your section upside down. Click in the entry box of the option 'East-West axis' within panel "Turn model" and the default value of 180 degrees appears: By selecting the 'Turn' button. the section will be turned upside down. you also turn the section 180º degrees 282 Version 5. you will change the value for 'Scale' from 25 into 50.Basic Training Course Because there is just a little bit space left at the sheet drawing.

the section will be turned around the up-down axis. So select the 'OK' button and the hidden line removal will be carried out. Click in the entry box of the option 'Up-Down axis' and the default value of 180 degrees appears: Select the 'Turn' button.Basic Training Course around the Up-Down axis. The result of the hidden line removal will be displayed in the graphical screen and the following message will be appear: NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5. After turning the section. you could remove items from the displayed section by means of the panel "Remove parts" if you find it necessary: The purpose of removing items is to get a better view of the actual structure. Please notice that the items are only removed from the screen and not removed from the database! For the current section you don't have to remove any items.1 09/2005 283 .

The end result is presented in the next figure: 1.Basic Training Course Select the 'OK' button to save the 3D hidden lines drawing. Switch to the sheet drawings environment by selecting "File"Ú"Sheet drawings" from the menu and select "GET" from the toolbar : 284 Version 5.41.2.3 Load sheet drawing You will load the sheet drawing "108-1" .1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL . there are two methods for loading an existing sheet drawing: 1. Generally speaking.

To load a drawing you have to select "GET" from the toolbar: menu "Choose section" appears: NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5. 2.Basic Training Course Now the system presents panel "Choose sheet" with a list of available sheet drawings: By selecting the sheet drawing from the list you get the sheet drawing presented on the screen.1 09/2005 285 . Let's use the second method to load the sheet drawing "108-1". you can use a quicker approach by directly selecting this sheet drawing from the history box j available in the "Choose section" panel without switching to the sheet drawings environment. Using the "GET" function within "3D-Contek": In situations where you have recently created or modified a sheet drawing.

The history box. only the following two options from this panel are of concern: 1. with a list of recently loaded drawings. the second list box will contain the contents of this sheet drawing. The 286 Version 5. The last loaded drawing is always presented at the top of this list with one exception: sheet drawings. you could select one of the available views: Please select 'Cancel' from the list to continue. When a sheet drawing exists. referenced by number j in the figure above. Now load the sheet drawing "108-1" by selecting it from the history box. referenced by number k. Therefore in this case the sheet drawing "108-1" is located at the top of the list. By scrolling through the list.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL . You have to click twice on filename "108/sheet/108-1" in order to make a selection.Basic Training Course When loading sheet drawings. 2. contains all views which have been added to the sheet drawing. This list box.

41. 1.1 09/2005 287 . You can load additional views to an existing sheet drawing by selecting "Load" from the toolbar: Using "Sheet drawings" panel you can load the 3D isometric hidden lines view as follows.2. : Select option '3D-Show' as type of view Within this panel you will find a list of all 3D isometric hidden lines views.Basic Training Course system will switch to the sheet drawings environment and will open sheet drawing "108-1". Please NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5.4 Import views to sheet drawing (2) You will add the 3D isometric hidden lines view to the sheet drawing "108-1".

The sheet drawing will reflect all your modifications due to the fact that within NUPAS-CADMATIC Hull the sheet drawing is automatically updated! To illustrate this modification procedure.Basic Training Course select the view "109 and place the selected at the desired position by indicating a point at lower left corner of the sheet drawing. Load the view which must be modified. 1. Overview of actions: 1. consists of two steps: 1.1 Basic training steps (43) Start situation If modifications are necessary. All structural modifications should be carried out within single views and not within the sheet drawings environment The general procedure for carrying out modifications. you will generally not carry out your modifications at the sheet drawing level but within the individual views. which should be reflected in the corresponding sheet drawing. Choose "Update active section" 3.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL . bulkhead 6600".3.41.41. Select the "ABORT" button from the toolbar to stop loading views. Make your changes within the view and save it. Load drawing frame view "108-23" 2. which have been imported to the sheet drawing. you will modify frame view "108-23" by adding a bracket of type D between the lower deck "Deck 3500" and the longitudinal bulkhead "Long. Next you will check if the sheet drawing has been updated by looking for the added bracket.3 Modifications on sheet drawings 1. 2. Create bracket "D 25" between lower deck and longitudinal bulkhead 288 Version 5.

the system offers two different loading methods: 1. a list of general modifications for sheet drawings have been added to this training step. which is similar to loading an existing sheet drawing.2 Load drawing (4) You will load the frame view "108-23" for modification from the sheet drawing "108-1".3. you can verify that the added bracket within frame view "108-23" also appears at the sheet drawing. Load sheet drawing with drawing number "108" and sheet number "1" to check if it has been updated After loading the sheet drawing. Leave sheet drawings environment Some modifications can also be performed at the sheet drawing level. End situation Additional description of actions: 4. Select "GET" from the toolbar: NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5.Basic Training Course 4. When you are working within the sheet drawings environment and a sheet drawing is displayed on the screen.1 09/2005 289 . For the sake of completeness. Indeed the sheet drawing has been updated automatically! 1.41. meaning that you are still within the sheet drawings environment. Load sheet drawing with drawing number "108" and sheet number "1" to check if it has been updated q 5.

3. The system will leave the sheet drawings environment and return to the normal 3D-Contek environment. meaning that you will practice the first loading method. Select "GET" from the toolbar. 1. Click somewhere outside the sheet in the black area of the screen. In this case the system will display panel "Choose sheet" with a list of available sheet drawings.41.Basic Training Course Now select one of the single views in the sheet drawing. The view will be presented on the graphical screen.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL . This will result in loading the frame view "108-23" in the normal 3D-Contek environment.3 Leave sheet drawings environment You can leave the sheet drawings environment by selecting "Done" from the toolbar: After selecting this button. After selecting another sheet drawing from the list. After selecting the toolbar icon "GET". 290 Version 5. the current sheet drawing will be saved and the new one will be loaded. while you still have a sheet drawing on the screen. you select the desired frame view "108-23" on the sheet drawing. In this case you will load the frame view "108-23" and not another sheet drawing. the system will return to the application from which you had activated the sheet drawings environment. 2.

Change titlefield of sheet drawing.1 09/2005 291 .3. the system will display panel "Fill titlefield" with the current values: NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5.Basic Training Course 1. Replace views within sheet drawing. q 4.4 General modifications Although all structural modifications should be carried out within single views. q 2. Add change number to sheet drawing. Perform 2D modifications to individual views within sheet drawing. Change title-field of sheet drawing You are able to modify the current values which are presented in the title-field of a sheet drawing by selecting the "Titlefld" button from the toolbar: After selecting this button. 1. q For each modification function a brief explanation will be given.41. q 3. some modifications can be executed at the sheet drawings level: 1.

" button from the toolbar: After selecting this button.no. Next. you select the 'OK' button to accept your changes and to update the information within the title-field. 2. 3. you can enter information about a specific revision by means of panel "Enter revision": The system keeps automatically track of your revisions and comes up with an appropriate revision value for the option 'Alteration' as a default. After selecting the 'OK' button. located above the title block.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL . Add revision to sheet drawing You can add a revision to a sheet drawing by selecting "Chg.Basic Training Course After modifying these values. Our advise to you is. give information about this revision by entering your initials for 'Name' and a clear distinctive description of the revision for 'Description' . Replace views within sheet drawing To replace views within a sheet drawing you select the "Load" button from the toolbar : This function has already been mentioned for importing additional views. Within panel "Sheet drawings" you select option 'Replace' and select the new view to be loaded in the sheet drawing. you select the view which have to be replaced by the new one by means of either selecting this view from panel 292 Version 5. all information about this revision will be added to the revision list of the sheet drawing.

drawing circles. Perform 2D modifications to individual views within sheet drawing You can perform 2D modifications within individual views. Some examples of 2D modifications are: moving standard text. drawing lines. 4. without leaving the sheet drawings environment.1 09/2005 293 . NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5. No construction modifications can be carried out. etc. adding text.Basic Training Course "Select a model" or clicking on the view in the sheet drawing. you determine the view to be modified either by selecting this view from the sheet drawing itself or by selecting it from a list of available views in the sheet drawing in the panel "Selection menu": By means of the 'Next layer of models' button you are able to modify a drawing which has been loaded into another drawing. belonging to a sheet drawing. To enable the modification of individual views within a sheet drawing. you select the button "Modify drawing" from the toolbar: Next. adding dimensions.

1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL .Basic Training Course As soon as you have selected a certain view.5". you can modify several other views by selecting "Modify drawing" button from the toolbar again. all ice frames are supported by a flat bar at the lower end. this view will be highlighted for a short time.5" up to "Frame 30. the previous selected view will be saved automatically. In order to create these ice frames with supporting flat bars. 1. located between frame 23. These ice frames can be found on the second sheet drawing. · Create first ice frame HP 200 x 9 within frame view "Frame 23.5 and frame 30. you will notice that the selected view will keep it's original colors but all other views will be displayed entirely in blue.5". You will see that all views of the sheet drawing are displayed with their original colors again. You will create these flat bars as well. you select the "SAVE" button from the toolbar to save your changes to the sheet drawing: Next.1 Basic training steps (44) You will create a series of ice frames.42. In contrast with this drawing you will ignore the ice frame at frame 22.42 Create iceframes 1. you will perform the following actions: · Create eight additional frame views "Frame 23. After executing all the necessary modifications.5. After modifying the selected view.5. After selecting the 'OK' button. With exception of the ice frame at frame 23. you use the "BOX PLA" button from the speed bar or hot key <. Each time you select a certain view to be modified. · Create second ice frame by copying the first ice frame to frame view "Frame 294 Version 5. This means that only the selected view can be modified and not the other views.> to get the whole sheet drawing presented on the screen.5.

5" up to "Frame 30. you have to turn them from their vertical position to the desired position alongside of the ice frames. 13. 12. 6. 2. · Turn the flat bar to it's correct position alongside of the ice frame.5" until "Frame 30. 7. 10. 3. 11. 14.5 End situation Additional description of actions: 1. Copy the second ice frame and supporting flat bar to frame views "Frame 25. 9. 15.5" Select "Create views" from the toolbar: NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5. To achieve that the flat bars are positioned alongside of the ice frames. Overview of actions: 1. Create eight frame views "Frame 23.5 until frame 30. This correction must be carried out for each ice frame in the corresponding frame view and consists of two steps: · Ask for the angle at the lower end of the ice frame.5 Load drawing frame view "108-24d5" q Choose "Update active section" Determine the angle at the lower end of the first ice frame Turn the flat bar to it's correct position along the first ice frame Correct the position of the remaining flat bars at frame 25.5" Load drawing top view "108-3500" Choose "Update active section" Create supporting flat bar ST 150 x 10 of the second ice frame Copy ice frame with the supporting flat bar to frame 25.5" up to "Frame 30.5".5 until frame 30. Now the position of the supporting flat bars ST 150 x 10 will still be vertical to the ice frames HP 200 x 9 instead of alongside of these ice frames.5" q Load drawing frame view "108-23d5" Choose "Do not update" Place standard text "Frame 23. 4. 8. Create eight frame views "Frame 23.1 09/2005 295 . Create the supporting flat bar ST 150 x 10 of the second ice frame within top view "Deck 3500".5". 5.5" above view Create first ice frame HP 200 x 9 Create second ice frame by copying the first ice frame to frame view "Frame 24.Basic Training Course · · 24.

Breadth' 'No. 296 Version 5. Height' 'Min. Load drawing frame view "108-24d5" For slanting parts and parts not situated at a frame station. So selecting the ice frame at frame 24.5 3400 6500 6500 8 1 deselect this. etc.5 in order to load the frame view "108-24d4" will not work.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL . Height' 'Max. 11.Basic Training Course Next select the option "Cross views" from panel "Sections" : Let's create these views as small as possible by using the following values for the listed options: Name of panel Option Value Frame view section 'Length' 'Min. Breadth' 'Max. In such situations. of sections' 'Step size' 'Centre line' 'Base lines' 23. it's not possible to load the corresponding views by selecting the concerning parts. because you don't need the centre line deselect this. "108-24d5". from the list in the panel "Choose section". because you don't need base lines Note: These intermediate views will be named as "108-23d5". you have to indicate a point in an empty area after which you can select a certain view to be loaded.

By means of panel "Create shell frame" you specify the type of profile HP 200 x 9 and it's directions: NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5.Basic Training Course 1.1 09/2005 297 .5 by using the "profiles in view" option. Let's create ice frame HP 200 x 9 by selecting "Create profile" from the toolbar: Now select the third option "Profiles in view" from panel "Profiles": According to the hint "Indicate the hull line/plate" you select the hull line by indicating a point on left-side of the hull line.42.2 Create shell frames You will create the first ice frame HP 200 x 9 at frame 23.

the specified shell frame will be created. 298 Version 5. After selecting the 'OK' button. you specify the first and second limitation of this shell frame.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL . The first limitation will be the lower deck "Deck 3500".Basic Training Course After selecting the 'OK' button. So indicate a point just above the lower deck and enter value "0" for the parallel distance from the lower deck: Select as first end shape the type "C" and accept the default value "35" for the radius "35" within panel "End type" by selecting the 'OK' button. The second limitation will be the upper deck "Deck 6200". So indicate a point just below the upper deck and enter value "0" for the parallel distance from the upper deck: Select as second end shape the type "C" with the same radius of 35 mm.

The supporting flat bar ST 150 x 10 will be created between the start point P¹ and the endpoint P² within top view "Deck 3500". Both the first and second end shapes of this stiffener will be of type "B" with an angle of 60 mm and a nose height of 25 mm. · A parallel distance to the top of the ice frame HP 200 x 9 of 0 mm.Basic Training Course 1.5 by using the "arbitrary profiles" option. The exact position of these points are given in the next figure: The start point P¹ will be defined as an intersection point between the relations: · A parallel distance to the floor at frame 24 of 25 mm. Let's create this flat bar according to the specified position by selecting "Create profile" from the toolbar: Select option "Arbitrary profiles" from the panel "Profiles": NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5.1 09/2005 299 .3 Create arbitrary profiles (2) You will create the supporting flat bar ST 150 x 10 of the second ice frame HP 200 x 9 at frame 24.42. The endpoint P² will also be defined as an intersection point between the relations: · A parallel distance to the floor at frame 25 of 25 mm. · A parallel distance to the top of the ice frame HP 200 x 9 of 0 mm.

You define the first relation by indicating a point at a position in front (rightside) of the floor at frame 24 and entering the value "25" 'Horizontal distance' within panel "Profile on plate ? TDB 108": 300 Version 5. 2. A parallel distance to the top of the ice frame of 0 mm.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL . As basis for the start point of the profile. Ad 1. you will define the following relations: 1.Basic Training Course You specify the type of profile and it's directions by means of panel "Create profile": After selecting the 'OK' button. you have to specify the start and endpoint of the profile and the end shapes. A parallel distance to the floor at frame 24 of 25 mm.

These two relations are presented as purple lines within the graphical screen: The intersection point of these purple lines will determine the start point of the profile. Ad 2.1 09/2005 301 .You define the second relation by indicating the top of the ice frame HP 200 x 9: Enter the value "0" for 'Vertical distance' within panel "Profile on plate ? TDB 108": Confirm the definition of this relation selecting the 'OK' button. Now select type "B" as first end shape : NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5.Basic Training Course Confirm the definition of this relation by selecting the 'OK' button.

As basis for the endpoint of the profile.42.4 Retrieve line information The position of the supporting flat bar ST 150 x 10 will be vertical.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL . You define these relations and the second end shape.Basic Training Course The default values for the 'Angle of edge' and 'Nose height' within panel "End type" are correct. After completely defining both points. By selecting the 'OK' button you have completely defined the start point of the profile. which will be of type "B'" with the same default properties. in a similar way as you have done for the start point. 302 Version 5. A parallel distance to the top of the ice frame of 0 mm. A parallel distance to the floor at frame 25 of 25 mm. 4. you will define the following relations: 3. the supporting flat bar of the ice frame will be created between the specified points: 1.

Let's get the angle at the end of the ice frame by selecting "Information"Ú"Line information" from the menu. According to the hint "Indicate a line" you select the line of the ice frame as illustrated below: After indicating this line.1 09/2005 303 .Basic Training Course To position this flat bar along the ice frame. This angle is rounded off to 50 degrees and consequently the flat bar must be turned 40 degrees. NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5. you need to turn it around a specified angle. the system displays panel "Line information" with the information about the selected line: The angle at the lower end of the ice frame will be nearly equal to the angle of the selected line. Therefore you must know the angle at the lower end of the ice frame by retrieving information about this ice frame.

Basic Training Course 1.5 Turn profiles You will turn the flat bar ST 150 x 10 to it's correct position along the ice frame HP 200 x 9. In this case you give a negative value for the angle.42.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL . 304 Version 5. because the turning direction is clockwise. Now turn the profile by selecting "Change profiles" from the toolbar : Select the option "Turn profiles" from panel "Change profiles": You select the flat bar by using the default selection method 'Clump' within panel "Profiles selection": After selecting the flat bar. Within the current frame view "108-24d5" the flat bar needs to be turned 40 degrees. you enter "-40" for 'Angle' .

NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5. located left of the longitudinal bulkhead 3960.43 Frame 30 1. · Change the type and size of all stiffeners into ST 100 x 10. located between the hull and the lower deck "Deck 3500". · Add three standard holes with dimensions 850/450 mm. According to the drawing. 30": · Add two upper corner holes with radius 50 mm.Basic Training Course Select the 'OK' button and the flat bar will be positioned along the ice frame: 1. · Change the radius of the inner welding hole from 35 into 75 mm. · Modify the lower end types of stiffeners at 4620.1 Basic training steps (45) Start situation You will add the flange with flange size 100 mm to the floor "Bulkhead Fr. 30". · Add the left lower corner hole with radius 75 mm. · Remove the additional part of the floor.1 09/2005 305 . 5280 and 5940 off CL from type A into type B. Also three brackets will be added to this view. · Add three welding holes with radius 35 mm around the seams. 30" has been created by copying the floor "Bulkhead Fr.43. 29". The floor "Bulkhead Fr. you have to make the following modifications to floor "Bulkhead Fr.

Create bracket "B 10" between deck beam HP 140 x 8 and profile HP 200 x 9 9. Create bracket "G 33" between deck beam HP 140 x 8 and longitudinal bulkhead 3960 8. Within NUPASCADMATIC Hull all relations of the plates which are related to other plates are not shown. You will see that the floor is there. Check if the floor is really available You can check if the floor is really available by activating the background lines. 13. Check if the floor is really available q 4.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL . Add standard holes with dimensions 850/450 mm q End situation Additional description of actions: 3. Place standard text "Frame 30" above view 7. Modify the lower end types of stiffeners at 4620. but the upper line is missing. Modify the type and size of all stiffeners into ST 100 x 10 q 15. Choose "Update active section": the upper boundary of the floor is partly missing 3. Create bracket "A 04" between profile HP 200 x 9 and the flange of the floor 10. Load drawing frame view "108-30" 2. This floor is originally related to the lower deck and that's why this relation is not presented as a line. located inside of the longitudinal bulk head 3960 12. Add flange with size 100 mm to the floor 6. Add upper corner holes with radius 50 mm to the floor 11. Add three welding holes with radius 35 mm to the floor 17. Check type and size of existing stiffeners q 14.Basic Training Course Overview of actions: 1. Add the lower left corner hole with radius 75 mm to the floor 13. Remove the additional part of the floor. But now a part of the deck has been removed and the system is not automatically detecting that the line is missing. 5280 and 5940 off cl from type A into type B q 16. In such cases it's possible to add a line later on. Check type and size of existing stiffeners You can check the type and size of existing stiffeners by means of the 306 Version 5. Add the missing upper line to the floor 5. Change the radius of the inner welding hole from 35 into 75 mm 18.

Basic Training Course parts information function. Add standard holes with dimensions 850/450 mm Name of panel Option Value Create holes 'From breadth' 'From height' 'Step size' 'Number of items' Selected hole type 'Height' 'Breadth' ( 3960 + 4620 ) / 2 2750 660 3 Hole types 850 450 1. 15.1 09/2005 307 . Modify the type and size of all stiffeners into ST 100 x 10 The modification of type and size of all stiffeners is similar to the modification of type and size of stiffeners at frame 26. 14. Modify the lower end types of stiffeners at 4620.43.2 Create visible lines Now you will add the missing upper line to floor "Bulkhead Fr. 5280 and 5940 off cl from type A into type B The modification of end types is similar to the modification of end types of upper stiffeners at frame 29 18. 30": NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5.

1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL .Basic Training Course Add a line to the existing floor by selecting "Presentation"Ú"Visible lines" from the menu. According to the hint "Select plate in view" you select the floor and the contour direction of this floor will be shown by means of arrows: Now let's define the start and end point of the new line and it's dash type by means of panel "Border value": 308 Version 5.

The end point P2 will be the intersection point of the upper boundary and the longitudinal bulkhead 3960. you define the second point. the new line will be created at the upper boundary of the floor: By selecting the "ABORT" button from the toolbar you can leave the function. But the actual start point P1 will be the intersection point of the upper boundary and the hull line. You want to create a solid line.1 09/2005 309 . NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5. where the line should end. meaning that the corresponding dash type 'Dash' will be "0". Next.Basic Training Course You define the first point. where the line should start. by indicating the upper boundary near the longitudinal bulkhead 6600. by selecting option 'Second point' within panel "Border value" and indicating the upper boundary near the longitudinal bulkhead 3960. Both points of the new line are illustrated in the figure below: After selecting the 'OK' button.

30".3 Create flanges (2) You will create a flange of 100 mm and add this flange to the upper boundary of the floor "Bulkhead Fr.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL . First you define the size of the flange and the direction by means of panel "Face plate on plate 29 TDB 108": 310 Version 5.Basic Training Course 1.43. bulkhead 3960". 30". this flange will not cover the full length of the upper plate boundary but only a part of it! Start creating the flange by selecting "Create face plate/flange" from the toolbar: Select the option "Flange" from panel "Face plates/Flanges": According to the hint "Indicate the side of the plate where the flange/face plate should be placed" you indicate a point just above the upper boundary of floor "Bulkhead Fr. In contrast with the flange of the longitudinal girder "Long.

1 09/2005 311 .Basic Training Course The body size is 100 mm and the body direction will be towards reversed frame. taking in account the contour direction of the plate to which the flange will be attached: The start point will be located at the left side of the visible part of the deck plate at the right hand side and can be defined by indicating a point at this end. Secondly you specify the start and end point of the flange. Accept the default value "25" for the distance from the start point and select as end shape type "B": NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5.

30" by coding this floor. 312 Version 5.Basic Training Course You accept the default values for angle and nose height within panel "End type" by selecting the 'OK' button.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL . First you select "CAM"Ú"Code plate" from the menu and secondly you indicate floor "Bulkhead Fr. The coded part is displayed below: Please notice that coded part is presented upside down by default. By selecting the 'OK' button within panel "End type" you have also defined the end point of the flange. You can check if the flange has really been added to floor "Bulkhead Fr. for the end point. 30". You specify the same distance of "25" and the same end shape. Now both ends of the flange are defined. 30". The end point will be located at right side of the visible part of the deck plate at the right hand side and can be defined by indicating a point at this end. Next you select the 'OK' button to create the flange on the floor "Bulkhead Fr. meaning type "B" with it's default properties.

30" by modifying the contour of this floor.Basic Training Course 1.4 Change plates (9) You will remove the additional part of the floor "Bulkhead Fr.1 09/2005 313 . Next.43. 30". The part to be removed is illustrated in the figure below: Let's change the plate by selecting the function "Change plates" from the toolbar: Select the option "Change plate" from panel "Plates" : According to the hint "Indicate construction part that has to be modified" you select plate "Bulkhead Fr. NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5. the system will display panel "Relations overview" with the current plate boundaries: Also the corresponding panel with the plate contour definitions "Modify a plate contour" will be displayed.

which should be removed: · relation "maximal height at 2785" · relation "minimal breadth at 3920". This relation will be highlighted in panel "Relations overview": The selected boundary properties are available within panel "Modify a plate contour": By selecting the 'Undo/Remove' button. 314 Version 5. and the panel with the current plate boundaries.Basic Training Course After taking a close look at the picture. it will be obvious that the following relations define the part.1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL . illustrating the part to be removed. you must remove both relations! According to the hint "Indicate relation to be changed" you select the boundary with a maximal height of 2785 mm from base. So in order to remove the additional part of the floor. located the left side of longitudinal bulkhead 3960. the selected plate boundary will be removed.

44 Appendix A 1.Basic Training Course Now remove in a similar way the other plate boundary with a minimal breadth of 3920 mm. You will see that the plate boundary. After removing both boundaries. The result of your modifications are reflected within panel "Relations overview": Finally select the 'OK' button to create the modified floor "Bulkhead Fr. 1. is automatically extended to the hull line.1 Training step 06: Start_end_situation Start situation: NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5.44. which is related to the longitudinal bulkhead 3960.1 09/2005 315 . 30". you select the 'Compute' button to get a preview of the modified plate.

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Basic Training Course 1.45.1 09/2005 369 .1 Drawings 'Basic training course' This basic training course is accompanied by two example drawings: · Sheet drawing 108-1.TIF format. Note: These two drawings are delivered as separate files in . · Sheet drawing 108-2.45 Appendix B 1. NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5.

1 09/2005 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL .Basic Training Course Index -33D-Show: Create isometric view 3D-Show: Create transverse plates 3D-Show: Hidden lines 67 66 281 64 67 64 3D-Show: Remove section 3D-Show: Shaded lines 3D-Show: Show section 3D-Show: Viewtool 67 237 235 Change view Code plate: 1 Code plate: 2 Code plate: 3 190 58 93 152 194 157 162 240 184 181 116 144 Copy items with mirror Copy items with shift: 1 Copy items with shift: 2 Copy items with shift: 3 Create brackets: Type 762 Create brackets: Type 763 Create brackets: Type A Create cutouts: Type 100 Create directory Create flanges: 1 Create flanges: 2 7 140 146 310 Create flanged girder 3D-Show: Save drawing as biso 3D-Show: Show active section -BBackground lines: 1 Background lines: 2 172 198 Create flanges: End type symbol Create foundations: Type 7 229 Create holes: At seam symbols Create holes: Draining/ventilation Create holes: Parallel to line Create holes: Standard Create pillars 183 221 41 207 Create plates: 1 Create plates: 2 Create plates: 3 Create plates: 4 Create plates: 5 225 228 21 24 31 69 141 263 299 50 113 45 98 Create pillars: Centerline 34 43 149 200 36 -CChange bracket dimension Change holes: Turn/shift Change holes: Type/size Change plates: 1 Change plates: 2 Change plates: 3 Change plates: 4 Change plates: 5 Change plates: 6 Change plates: 7 Change plates: 8 Change plates: 9 75 203 212 243 247 253 257 260 313 73 249 106 Change holes: Size user-holes Create profiles: Arbitrary (1) Create profiles: Arbitrary (2) Create profiles: Horizontal Create profiles: In view Create profiles: Vertical (1) Create profiles: Vertical (2) Create seams: Hard Create seams: Soft Create shell frames Create views: Cross Create views: Side (1) Create views: Side (2) 108 215 Create views: Side (3) Create views: Top Create visible lines 11 307 57 71 54 297 15 13 177 186 Change plates: Thickness Change plates: Undo plate change Change profiles: Direction in view Change profiles: Endtype Change profiles: Lengthen Change profiles: Shift Change profiles: Turn 111 304 101 110 Change profiles: Lengthen to line Change profiles: Size/type in view Create weld symbols: 1 370 Version 5.

1 09/2005 371 . 28 Profile size: Series -RRecalculate views 271 90 302 Remove construction parts Retrieve line information -SSave drawing 180 170 251 155 Set visibility 'Distance behind view' Set visibility 'Distance in front of view' Set visibility 'Face plate view distance' Sheet drawings: Create drawing Sheet drawings: Import views (1) Sheet drawings: Import views (2) 273 275 287 NUPAS-CADMATIC HULL Version 5.Basic Training Course Create weld symbols: 2 61 Sheet drawings: Leave environment Sheet drawings: Load drawing Sheet drawings: Modify drawing Sheet drawings: Modify general Dimension: Brackets Dimension: Chain Dimension: Holes Dimension: Pillars 36 125 126 232 168 151 Shift baseline 29 5 62 284 288 291 273 290 -D- Sheet drawings: Switch to environment Start NUPAS-CADMATIC Hull Switch to another application Dimension: Horizontal short Dimension: Vertical short -TText: 1 Text: 2 19 160 217 121 73 Text: 3 -LLoad drawing: 1 Load drawing: 2 Load drawing: 3 Load drawing: 4 16 41 86 289 Text: Reposition Text: Thickness -PParts info: 1 Parts info: 2 Profile size: 1 Profile size: 2 Profile size: 3 Profile size: 4 Profile size: 5 Profile symbols 79 122 136 129 133 134 168 232 131 135 Profile part number symbols -UUpdate active section 17.

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