Ontology Management: Storing, Aligning and Maintaining Ontologies in .NET

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You may not want to spend a lot of time trying to use this type of the Smart Fasteners functionality. I have tried to find examples where Smart Fasteners works well and predictably, but with limited success. I have searched through training examples, through tutorial files from SolidWorks, and have even made some of my own example files. I have looked for presentations from user groups and SolidWorks World that use Smart Fasteners, but no one appears to be talking about this functionality. Although in theory, it offers interesting functionality, in reality, it receives very little attention definitely a warning sign. The one assembly that I did find where Smart Fasteners worked surprisingly well (in fact, almost perfectly) was from the sample files that installed with SolidWorks. Upon closer examination, the reason this worked well was because it used assembly features for the holes, and so the holes did not appear in the individual parts. If that is the price that you have to pay just to get fasteners to populate automatically, then you will probably rather put them all in manually. n
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SPECTRUM EVALUATION deviation from the pure Gaussian shape becomes signi cant. Figure 6.2.1 shows part of the spectrum of a V thin lm standard. The almost at continuum is higher at the low-energy side of the K and K peaks than at the high-energy side. Also, at the low-energy side the peak is broader, this is the so-called tail which results in an asymmetric peak shape. As indicated previously, the observer peak shape is partially caused by the non-ideal behaviour of the detector. For low-energy lines (<10 keV), incomplete charge collection and other detector artifacts result in the observed tailing. For lines of higher energy, the tailing is a result of Compton scattering in the detector. Part of the deviation from the Gaussian shape is attributed to phenomena occurring in the sample; X-ray satellite transitions such as KLM radiative Auger transition on the low-energy side of K peak as well as KMM transitions on the low-energy side of the K (Van Espen et al., 1980; Campbell and Wang, 1991; Campbell, 1996; Campbell et al., 1997; Campbell et al., 1998). Failure to account for the deviation from the Gaussian peak shape causes a number of problems when tting X-ray spectra. A small peak located on the tail of a larger one cannot be tted accurately, resulting in large systematic errors for the small peak. Because the least-squares method seeks to minimize the difference between observed and tted spectrum, the tail might become lled up with peaks of elements that are not really present. Also, the continuum over the entire range of the spectrum becomes dif cult to describe. To a certain extent, the least-square method might use the polynomial, used to describe the continuum, to correct for the tailing of the characteristic peaks.
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The Stopping Face turns a special color, and so do any faces that are selected in the Faces to Remove selection box. Faces to Remove means that those faces will be cutouts in the sheet metal part. Another aspect of the forming tool is the orientation sketch. The orientation sketch is created automatically by using Convert Entities on the Stopping Face. If you have used this function in any of its previous versions, then you know that this latest iteration is far easier to create than before. However, to me, it looks like the orientation sketch has taken a step backwards. The orientation sketch cannot be manually edited, and so for forming tools where footprints are symmetrical, but other features in the tool are not, you cannot tell from the sketch which direction the forming tool should face. Orientation could be managed more easily in earlier versions of forming tools because the placement sketch was just a manually created sketch. When creating a forming tool, you must remember to build in generous draft and fillets, and not to build undercuts into the tool. Also keep in mind that when you have a concave fillet face on the tool, the radius becomes smaller by the thickness of the sheet metal; as a result, you must be careful about minimum radius values on forming tools. If there is a concave face on the tool that has a .060-inch radius and the tool is applied to a part with a .060-inch thickness, then the tool will cause an error because it forms a zero radius fillet, which is not allowed. Errors in applied forming tool features cannot be edited or repaired, except by changing forming tool dimensions. Once the forming tool is created, special colors are used for every face on the part. For example, the Stopping Face is a light blue color, Faces to Remove are red, and all of the other faces are yellow. Figure 29.26 shows the small addition that is made to the FeatureManager when you make a part into a forming tool. This feature did not exist in older versions of the tool.
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