|Electrical System Functional Definition (EFD) is a product
dedicated to the functional definition of electrical systems and addresses
the first stage in the electrical systems engineering process. It
completely supports the integration of electrical systems in the digital
Electrical System Functional Definition is a Java application integrated into the ENOVIA 3d com Navigator that resides on a network comprising the CATIA V5 server and can be customized to corporate requirements.
The functional definition is done independently of any 3D representation and offers a structured view of the components making up the electrical system, for example an airplane radar system. You can create systems and components as well as make both internal and external system connections. Other applications can be used to generate data and a neutral file format lets you import and export entire systems from and to other applications.
The functional definition of your electrical system is an iterative process and lets you fine-tune your definition over time. Existing or legacy data are also supported.
Electrical System Functional Definition is a dedicated workbench and is available on both UNIX and Windows environments.
This guide is organized as follows:
Using This Guide
|The user should be familiar with basic ENOVIA 3d com
Navigator Version 5 concepts such as the Webtree and standard toolbars.
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