ENOVIA: DMU Kinematics

Learn how to create and simulate V5 mechanisms using CATIA products. The course begins with an overview of the mechanism design process and then each step in the process is discussed in depth using lectures and hands-on practices. This course also introduces the concept of converting assembly constraints into kinematic joints. Additionally, this learning guide provides an introduction to converting V4 mechanisms to V5 as well as the 3D model method of creating kinematic assemblies.

Fundamental Topics in this ENOVIA Training Course:
  • Kinematic analysis process
  • Constraint-based joints
  • Curve/surface-based joints
  • Ratio-based joints
  • Compiling and replaying a simulation
  • Swept volumes
  • Traces
  • Sensors
  • Clash detection
  • Assembly constraint conversion
  • CATIA V4 mechanisms
  • Simulation with laws
Prerequisites for this ENOVIA Training Course:
One of the following courses must be taken prior to DMU V5 Kinematics:
  • DMU: Navigator and Space Analysis
  • CATIA: Introduction to Modeling
  • CATIA: Introduction for Non-Designers
Course Inclusions:
CATIA: Part & Assembly Design Workbench Quick Reference Card

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Course description shown for ENOVIA DMU V5-6R2018.
Topics, curriculum, and/or prerequisites may change depending on software version.