CATIA V5 with DMU Kinematic Analysis of Mechanism with Clash
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CATIA V5 with DMU Kinematic Analysis of Mechanism with Clash

Learn Catia with new way
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Last updated 6/2020
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What you'll learn
  • catia part design
  • kinematics
  • Analysis of Mechanism
  • Clash and interference
Requirements
  • basic English
  • catia software
Description

In this Course you are going to learn how to use Catia full part design and assembly modeling with type kinematics joints long with Analysis of Mechanisms and clash details for finding interference between two part or in assembly   

1. Revolute Joint

2. Prismatic Joint

3. Cylindrical Joint

4. Screw Joint

5. Rigid Joint

6. Point Curve Joint

7. Roll Curve Joint

8. Cable Joint

Come join me in introduction to catia kinematic

Who this course is for:
  • beginner
  • professional
Course content
Expand all 32 lectures 05:08:32
+ Introduction
1 lecture 02:23

Welcome to Catia Kinematics course

In this course you are going to learn

>what catia kinematics is (catia stand for Computer Aided Three-dimensional Interactive Application)

>how it works

>what skills you need(to become a professional)

(By the end of the course you will have foundation knowledge of the field and a concrete plan on how to progress your career in catia)

(My Name is Sayeem and i will guide you in this catia kinematics course)

(i am professional product designer and i have done mechanical engineering and master diploma in product design)

And about course different type kinematics joints

1. Revolute Joint

2. Prismatic Joint

3. Cylindrical Joint

4. Screw Joint

5. Rigid Joint

6. Point Curve Joint

7. Roll Curve Joint

8. Cable Joint

Come join me in introduction to catia kinematic

Preview 02:23
+ Learn part design
23 lectures 02:08:28
Class 1 - Introduction to interface on Catia change background and find toolbar
04:11
Class 2 - Profile option
20:20
Class 3 - Rectangle option
05:06
Class 5 - Parallelogram
05:15
Class 6 - Elongated Hole
05:49
Class 7 - Cylindrical Elongated Hole
05:42
Class 8 - Key Hole Profile
08:41
Class 9 - Hexagon
06:51
Class 10 - Centred Rectangle
06:24
Class 11 - Circle
04:28
Class 12 - Tri Tangent Circle
04:33
Class 13 - Using Co-ordinate
05:40
Class 14 - Tri-Tangent Circle
04:13
Class 15 - Three Point Acr
03:58
Class 16 - Three point arc starting with limits
03:17
Class 17 - Arc
02:55
Class 18 - Spline
02:47
Class 19 - Connect
03:22
Class 20 - Ellipse
04:12
Class 21 - Parabola by Focus
05:02
Class 23 - Line
02:44
Class 24 - Infinity Line
02:50
+ Kinematics Joint
7 lectures 02:38:08

Revolute Joint

The Revolute joint is a rotation joint. It eliminates five degrees of freedom and allows only one rotation It is used when one part must rotate with respect to another about linear axis common to both parts A good example is a bearing rotating on a shaft.

Revolute Joint
25:47

Prismatic Joint

The Prismatic joint is a translation joint. It eliminates five degrees of freedom and allows only n translation. It is used when one part must slide in a specific linear direction with respect to another good example is the way a drawer apens and closes within a kitchen cabinet.

Prismatic Joint
19:55

Cylindrical Joint

The Cylindrical joint is a translation and/or rotation joint. It eliminates four degrees of freedom, and allows one translation and one rotation (independent of each other). It is used to rotate and/or translate part with respect to another, both motions relative to a common linear axis. A good example is the way a periscope can be raised and lowered, and also rotated. one If required by the mechanism, a Cylindrical joint can be controlled by either a length Command, an angle Command, or both

Cylindrical Joint
21:04

Screw Joint

The Screw jotnt is a translaton and rotatlon , linked together with a speclied Pitch ratio. It elininates five degrees of trccdom andallews elthcr a tranlation or a rotation (he chosen one driving the other) Ie is used when one part ned to movarly wlile being roated wii respect to another parr (e.g. a nur being tightened on a bolt), or wh:n moving a part linearly caases it to rotate witrespect to another (eg a childs toy where a pknger is puthed to nake the toy spin). 

Screw Joint
26:15

Point Curve joint is a translation and rotation joint. It eliminates two translations, and allows three rotations and one translation (along a specified curve). It is used when a point on one part needs to follow a curve on another part. The free translation (along the curve) can be controlled using a length Command. However, none of the free rotations of a Point Curve joint can be controlled by Commands; the parts involved must also have joints with other parts in the assembly to eliminate these degrees of freedom. The Point Curve joint can only be used in the overall scheme of a mechanism with multiple joints.

Preview 31:09

The Roll Curve joint is a translation and rotation joint. It eliminates four degrees of freedom and allows one rotation (as a part 'rolls') and one translation (a distance along a curve). It is used when one part needs to move along another, maintaining contact without sliding (in other words, one rolls along the other). A good example is in a roller bearing where the inner bearing will spin while the outer bearing rotates about its center axis If required by the mechanism, a Roll Curve joint can be controlled with a length Command.

Roll Curve Joint
17:43

Cable Joints The Cable joint is a translation joint. It consists of two prismatic joints, considered sub - joints of Cable joint, which are linked with a Ratio. This joint is used when a translational motion of one part causes a translational motion of another, either at the same rate or based on a ratio. An example is in hydraulic mechanism where moving a piston in one cylinder causes a piston in another cylinder to move a different distance, depending on the volume. If required by the mechanism. a Cable joint can be controlled by one of the two length Commands.

Cable Joint
16:15