Introduction to Solid Modeling Using Solidworks 2015

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  • Edition: 11th
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2015-05-21
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education

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Table of Contents

Part One
Chapter 1 - Basic Part Modeling Techniques
Chapter 2 - Engineering Drawings
Chapter 3 - Additional Part Modeling Techniques
Chapter 4 - Advanced Part Modeling
Chapter 5 - Parametric Modeling Techniques
Chapter 6 - Creation of Assembly Models
Chapter 7 - Advanced Assembly Operations
Chapter 8 - Assembly Drawings

Part Two
Chapter 9 - Generation of 2-D Layouts
Chapter 10 - Solution of Vector Problems
Chapter 11 - Analysis of Mechanisms
Chapter 12 - Design of Molds and Sheet Metal Parts
Chapter 13 - The Use of SolidWorks to Accelerate the Product Development Cycle

A - Recommended Settings
B - The SolidWorks Interface: Use and Customization

Planning the Model
Selecting a Modeling Technique
Planning for Other Uses of the Model
Choosing the Initial Sketch Plane
Keeping It Simple
Exploiting Associativity
Symmetry in Modeling
Planning an Assembly Model
Part-Level and Assembly-Level Features
Manufacturing Considerations
Assembly-Level Dimensions

Dynamics (Kinetics)
Manufacturing Processes, Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing, and Metrology
Industrial Design
Industrial Engineering
Mechanics of Materials
Machine Dynamics and Machine Design
Materials and Processes

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