Welcome to the DMU Space Engineering Assistant User's Guide. This guide is intended for users who need to become quickly familiar with the DMU Space Engineering product Version 5 Solution.
This overview provides the following information:
|DMU Space Engineering Assistant
shortens design cycle time in concurrent environment through the capability
it gives the designers to check the consistency of their design with the
data stored in ENOVIA V5 while they are working. This is done thanks to
interference analysis piloted by Knowledgeware rules allowing best
practices compliance at the company level. Interference analysis results
can then be stored in ENOVIA V5.
Thus, DMU Space Engineering Assistant fits the needs of designers working in a collaborative environment, in industries dealing with large assemblies (shipbuilding, automotive, aerospace, etc.).
DMU Space Engineering Assistant checks the consistency of a design with the data stored in ENOVIA V5 according to pre-defined clash analysis rules allowing shorter design cycle time.
|Before reading this guide, you
should be familiar with basic ENOVIA and CATIA Version 5 concepts.
Therefore, we recommend that you read the Infrastructure User's Guide
that describes generic capabilities common to all Version 5 products. It
also describes the general layout of V5 and the interoperability between
workbenches.The Engineering Life Cycle User's Guide may prove useful
to understand ENOVIA cocnepts and learn how to perform basic operations in
You may also like to read the following complementary product guides, for which the appropriate license is required:
|To get the most out of this guide,
we suggest you start reading the Getting Started.This
section gives you background information on SPE functioning.
Once you have finished, you should move on to the next section: User Tasks dealing with the maincapabilities of DMU Space Engineering Assistant. and software prequisites. It may also be a good idea to take a look at the section describing the menus and toolbars: Workbench Desciption
|To learn more about the conventions used in this guide, refer to the Conventions section.|