Available Fall term
Lecture & Lab; Pass/No Pass
OSU catalog link
414 Rogers Hall
Practical application of graphical communication theory using advanced solid modeling software to capture design intent and generate engineering drawings. Lec/lab. Graded P/N.
- Solid modeling
- Parametric modeling structure and linking between files
- In context and out of context modeling
- Saving and version management
- Static finite element analysis
The student, upon successful completion of this course, will be able to:
- Create solid models in CATIA for parts with machining or material deposition manufacturing
- Create parametric models with skeleton structures where all parts update with high level geometry
- Work effectively in a large globally distributed CAD model
- Analyze strength and stiffness of solid parts of isotropic material through CATIA FEM
- Create manufacturing drawings for parts ready for use on a machine shop floor.