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vero uk training material - VCAM TECH Co., Ltd

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Zone colour boxes. These

Zone colour boxes. These depict the colour of the curves that will sweep the body. Mode. Here you can decide if you want to generate curves by entering a number or a step angle. Specify the inclusive angle where you require the curves to be shown. 90 to -90 will cover the whole component. The step angle is activated when the step button is selected. The Step angle is the increment for creating a new curve along the selected component. The N.Curves is activated when the number button is selected. The N.Curves is the number of curves to be produced on the component. The zebra strip option generates curves of the same thickness. VISI Modelling – Draft Analysis The values represented within your dialogue box, may vary from the ones displayed above. Please change your settings to match the values defined. After defining the angle values select the ‘Update Graphics’ icon. The Different colours checkbox allows the user to use the additional colours above specifying the frequency of these colours in relation to the leading colour. The thickness box becomes active when the zebra strip check box is unchecked. This value sets the thickness of each curve. Blend shade the Curves Limit at bottom specifies if the curve starts at the top or bottom of the curve subdivision. If you zoom into the highlighted area you will note that using the isocline rendering it is possible to see a ‘non flowing’ surface. Using the tools available, we will remove this face and re-build a better surface. Vcamtech Co., Ltd 11

VISI Modelling – Draft Analysis NOTE ! To modify the ‘non flowing’ surface, it is necessary to exit out of the draft analysis option. Before we remove the problem face, there are other tools we can use to highlight this problem area. In this example we can use the smooth edge option to check the tangency of the connect edges to the problem face. Click on the ‘X’ to exit the Analyser panel Analysis > Smooth Edge The ‘Check Edges Smoothness:’ panel shown on the next page will appear. Use the ‘Select’ icon to start the process of selecting the edges Select the edges to check for smoothness – Select all 4 edges of the problem face Using the face icon will automatically select all 4 edges The dialogue box shows you the number of smooth and non-smooth edges. You can also change the parameters that control how the arrows are displayed. Select edges to check for smoothness Angle threshold is used to define what is acceptable as smooth Shows the maximum deviation (in degrees) from ‘smooth’ i.e. zero degrees degrees The number of edge arrows displayed along each edge can be set here Arrow colours used to identify the smooth and non-smooth edge normals. Vcamtech Co., Ltd 12

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