Resolution of Confusion Scenario for Plates
|2.||In this scenario, because of the
Molded Convention direction, the plate is included in Functional Volumes A,
B, c, d (not e or f, because they are in the opposite direction). But, the
stiffener can not be included in all four Functional Volumes A, B, c, d.
Because of a location that involves a confusion mode between 4 Functional
Volumes, the stiffener can only be included in either A and c, or B and d.
Planning Break Preparation assigns to the couple A and c or B and d the
stiffener, based on the first processed, first served rule.
In order to assign a pillar in a Functional Volume, the system computes the coordinates of it extremities and take the highest position along Z. Then, this location is used to test the inclusion in a given Functional Volume. Then, the pillar is assigned to the Functional Volume that validates the test of inclusion.
The pillar is assigned in Functional Volume B.