Advanced Laws in CATIA Kinematics

July 3, 2020 Iouri Apanovitch

Learn about the use of laws to simulate motion using a single parameter, i.e. the time. While the use of the sketch-based laws is relatively well understood by CATIA engineers working with kinematics, this webinar specifically focuses on using equation-based laws, in which the motion is described by a mathematical equation rather than by a sketched curve.

Learn to:

• Create sketch-based laws
• Create equation-based laws
• Simulate motion with laws
• Obtain time-dependent quantities, such as velocities and accelerations

If you are a CATIA engineer who wants to get the most out of CATIA Kinematics capabilities, this video is for you.

About the Author

Iouri Apanovitch

Senior Technical Training Engineer<br><br>As a senior member of the Rand 3D team with a doctorate degree in Finite Element Analysis (FEA) and over 35 years of experience, Iouri provides design, consulting, and training services to those in the aerospace, automotive, electronics, and consumer goods industries. Iouri is a seasoned pro in 3D parametric design and prototyping using knowledge-based engineering methods, and has worked on a wide range of projects including BOM automation, CMM points generation, automated 3D annotation creation, and die tooling automation design. He is also a sought-after instructor and holds the designations of both CATIA Certified Professional (Expert level) and CATIA Certified Instructor.

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