|The following scheme aims at illustrating what happens when running an interference analysis using Space Engineering Assistant|
PRC to CATIA using Send To->CATIA V5 tool
The Apache HTTP Server launches the SPE server (process) .The information is passed to the Spatial index. The Spatial index runs a proximity query and performs other checking operations:
The resulting data is sent to the SPE server which performs the clash calculation with respect to the Knowledge clash Rules specified.The result is sent back to CATIA and passes by the Apache HTTP Server.
The analysis interference results are available in your CATIA session (using Browse Clash Result with committed models in the Spy toolbar) to display the Check Clash dialog box
About results and saving operations
You can then modify the status of one detailed clash result, add comments in the DMU Clash dialog box These (modified) clash results will be stored automatically in ENOVIA V5 while saving your session in ENOVIA V5.
In the ENOVIA LCA session, click the Refresh icon and
search for the clash result.