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Introduction to Mechanical Engineering

[2014-2015]

Laboratory 9

1. Draw the 3D model of the following assembly

Introduction to Mechanical Engineering [2014-2015] Laboratory 9 1. Draw the 3D model of the following assembly

1.4. Neck

Introduction to Mechanical Engineering [2014-2015] Laboratory 9 1. Draw the 3D model of the following assembly
Introduction to Mechanical Engineering [2014-2015] 1.5. Handle
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1.5. Handle

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1.6 Seal_neck

Introduction to Mechanical Engineering [2014-2015] 1.7. Seal_ball
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1.7. Seal_ball

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2. Create a product, put all the parts in (Seal_ball - two times) and add from the Catalog Browser a M8 NUT GRADE A (ISO4032).

Use Coincident Constraint to align Body1, Body 2 and the two Seal_Ball.

Introduction to Mechanical Engineering [2014-2015] 2. Create a product, put all the parts in (Seal_ball -

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Use contact Constraint to Fit the Seals inside each Body

Introduction to Mechanical Engineering [2014-2015] Use contact Constraint to Fit the Seals inside each Body Use

Use Coincidence constraint to align the Neck, Handle, Seal_Neck and Nut:

Introduction to Mechanical Engineering [2014-2015] Use contact Constraint to Fit the Seals inside each Body Use

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Use contact Constraint to assembly them as follows:

Introduction to Mechanical Engineering [2014-2015] Use contact Constraint to assembly them as follows: Make a Coincidence

Make a Coincidence constraint between the axis of the Neck and the axis of Body 1:

Introduction to Mechanical Engineering [2014-2015] Use contact Constraint to assembly them as follows: Make a Coincidence

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Make two Contact Constraints between the ball and the Neck (lateral surface & bottom surface):

Introduction to Mechanical Engineering [2014-2015] Make two Contact Constraints between the ball and the Neck (lateral

Align the lateral surface of the handle with groove of the ball with an angle of 90deg. Align the hole of the Ball with Body1 or 2.This signifies that the valve is OPEN (fluid can flow through the valve).

Introduction to Mechanical Engineering [2014-2015] Make two Contact Constraints between the ball and the Neck (lateral

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Connect Body1 and Body 2 with a Contact Constraint.

Introduction to Mechanical Engineering [2014-2015] Connect Body1 and Body 2 with a Contact Constraint.