Welcome to the ICEM Shape Design AeroExpert User’s Guide! This guide is intended for users who need to become quickly familiar with the product. CATIA ICEM Shape Design AeroExpert is a dedicated workbench used for the creation and modification of surfaces within the aeronautical surface modeling. CATIA ICEM Shape Design Expert (IEX) offers an extended tool set which complements the ISD Center (ICM) product. This add-on module enables the creation.
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Providing advanced Surface modeling and analysis tools to help create surface lofted shapes to the highest levels of surface quality.
Product Overview CATIA ICEM Shape Design AeroExpert is a dedicated workbench used shzpe the creation and modification of surfaces within the aeronautical surface modeling domain, providing specialized modeling functionality and global modeling capability to support typical aerospace workflow and processes. Offering a comprehensive hybrid modeling environment of both explicit and feature-based surface modeling for high quality surface generation, modeling and analysis.
What is the difference between GSD and ICEM Shape Design Workbench in Catia?
G3 continuity Data reduction capabilities.
CATIA – ICEM Shape Design AeroExpert
Users can choose the methods in which to create freeform Curve and Surfaces, thus creating a flexible approach to facilitate rapid creation and modification techniques.
Advanced Curve and Surface Creation tools: Delivering advanced feature based curve and surface creation tools, users have the flexibility to design high quality lofted surfaces.
Advanced Curve and Surface Modification tools: Cati of curve and surface geometry is key to refining the result. Advanced real time geometry analysis tools: During creation and modification of geometry, advanced analysis tools provide the user an efficient capability to monitor and visualize the quality and accuracy of their designs in a real time environment.
What is the difference between GSD and ICEM Shape Design Workbench in Catia? | GrabCAD Questions
Quality of geometry is key within the Aerospace Lofting domain. The internal complexities of geometry are required to be simple and easy to manipulate. The task of ensuring this goal is maintained is delivered through feature based approximation capabilities.
When the geometry is a feature, users can simply reactivate the feature to adjust the approximation parameters, thus influencing the shape quality and accuracy. Very often Lofted surfaces require a level of quality that achieves a aerodynamic goal for smoothness and shape.
To aid the designer in reaching these goals, the continuity between surfaces can be controlled up dessign the level of G3 continuity. Advanced data reduction and smoothing capabilities allows engineers to refine complex geometry to manageable data sizes improving system performance and user ergonomics yet maintaining data integrity and accuracy.