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Knowledge Fusion

gnana sivam

New member
hi nayak1981

with the integration of knowledge fusion,a single data model can be used to manage both parametric and knowledge based part information.it can be also capture rules/requirements from the engg designer and convery this information seamlessiy into design definitions through the instantiation of class files into UG prat files.UG is raised to the status of a design automation,or as we say , a "produvtive engineering" product.

NX combines the power of a generative modeling approach and a Knowledge based system into a single product called Knowledge Fusion. Knowledge Fusion is a language that permits NX to take advantage of engineering knowledge bases in conjunction with generative rules to deliver sophisticated applications while permitting a knowledge based extension of NX. KF has smart capabilities of implementing design and development solutions at low-levels using higher-level input.
 

loureed

New member
Bounded plane in KF

Hi,

i have intersected few faces and a i have joined the curves with "ug_curve_join"
How get the bounded plane of "total_curve:"?
Actually i need the are of "total curve".

Thx!

Greetig from Germany!!

#! NX/KF 6.0
DefClass: New_Class_Name (ug_base_part);

(Child) boundary_0: {
Class, ug_curve_intersection;
Set1_References, {Face:};
Set2_References, {Face_0:};
};

(Child) boundary_1: {
Class, ug_curve_intersection;
Set1_References, {Face_0:};
Set2_References, {Face_1:};
};

(Child) boundary_2: {
Class, ug_curve_intersection;
Set1_References, {Face_0:};
Set2_References, {Face_2:};
};

(Child) boundary_3: {
Class, ug_curve_intersection;
Set1_References, {Face_0:};
Set2_References, {Face_3:};
};

#join the boundary

(Child) total_curve: {
Class, ug_curve_join;
profile, {boundary_0:,boundary_1:,boundary_2:,boundary_3:};
};
 

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