Computer Aided Design

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Sveučilište Josipa Jurja Strossmayera u Osijeku
Strojarski fakultet u Slavonskom Brodu

Seminarski rad
Računalom podržano konstruiranje

Krunoslav Slišurić
12063270

Slavonski Brod, listopad 2010

SADRŽAJ CAE SUSTAVI 3 CAD MODELI 4 POČETNI PROZOR 6 LITERATURA 7

CAE SUSTAVI

Skraćenica od Računalom podržano inženjerstvo (Computer - aided engineering). To su računalni sistemi koji analiziraju inženjerske dizajne. Većina CAD (računalom podržano dizajniranje) sistema ima CAE komponentu, ali tu su isto i nezavisni CAE sistemi koji mogu analizirati dizajne napravljene različitim CAD sistemima. CAE sistemi su u mogućnosti simulirati dizajn pod mnogobrojnim uvjetima da vide hoće li to zapravo funkcionirati. Računalom podržano inženjerstvo je zapravo svako korištenje nekakvog računalnog programa da bi se riješio nekakav inženjerski problem. Sa poboljšanjem računalne grafike, inženjerskih radnih stanica i grafičkih standarda računalom podržano inženjerstvo je počelo značiti računalno rješavanje inženjerskih problema sa podrškom interaktivne računalne grafike.
CAE software se koristi na različitim tipovima računala, kao što su serveri i superračunala, inženjerske radne stanice pa čak i na osobnim računalima. Izbor računalnog sistema često uvjetuje snaga potrebna za izračun ili pokretanje CAE programa ili nivo i brzina grafike koja je potrebna. Trend je da se više koriste inženjerske radne stanice, posebno novi tipovi poznati kao supergrafičke radne stanice. Inženjeri koriste različite CAE alate, uključujući velike komercijalne programe opće namjene i mnoge specijalizirane programe napisane u tvrtci ili negdje u industriji. Rješenje jednog inženjerskog problema često zahtjeva utjecaj više CAE alata. Komunikacija podataka između ovih programa predstavlja izazov za većinu aplikacija. Podatci su obično provučeni kroz neutralne formate, standarde koji su…...

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