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Putting the User Interface to Work Autocad

Every pixel of the user interface serves a specific purpose, but what exactly is that purpose? So far you’ve learned about the general composition of the AutoCAD UI,gaining a basic understanding about each of its components. During that initial exploration, you likely noticed that many interface elements such as the Ribbon and status …

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Using the New Tab

Before creating or opening any drawings, the New Tab is displayed to provide a starting point for your entire AutoCAD experience. This interface is organized into two parts: one page for creating drawings, and another page for learning about AutoCAD. The Create page shown in Figure 1.1 is displayed by default and serves as …

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Quick Access Toolbar Revit mep

As you are working, you may find yourself taking extra steps to switch tabs in order to access the desired tools. The Quick Access toolbar (QAT) is a place where you can put frequently used tools for instant access. You can add tools from any of the standard tabs to …

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Back to Normal Revit mep

You can return a floating panel to its default location by clicking the small button in the upper-right corner of the panel. If you want to return the entire ribbon interface to its default settings, you can do so by locating and deleting the UIState.datfile and then reopening the application. …

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Customizing the Ribbon Revit mep

You can customize the ribbon interface to better suit your workflow. For example, you can rearrange the order of the tabs by holding down the Ctrl key and clicking a tab name to drag it to a new location. You can move panels on a tab to different locations on …

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Family Editor Tabs Revit mep

The tabs in the Family Editor environment differ from those in the Project File environment. When you open a family file, the tabs on the ribbon contain some familiar tools, but many of them are specific to the creation and modification of family components. The tabs available in the Family …

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Contextual Tabs Revit mep

In addition to the tabs provided by default on the ribbon, other tabs appear when you select objects in your project. These contextual tabs contain tools specific to modifying the selected object. Contextual tabs appear in the location of the Modify tab and are identified by their green color and …

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The Ribbon Revit mep

If you are familiar with the Revit MEP user interface prior to the 2010 version, transitioning to the ribbon-style interface may indeed take some getting used to. Once you understand the way that the ribbon is set up and how you can customize it to better suit your workflow, though, …

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Thermal Components solidworks simulation

TEMP Nodal temperature GRADX Temperature gradient in the X-direction of the selected reference geometry GRADY Temperature gradient in the Y-direction of the selected reference geometry GRADZ Temperature gradient in the Z-direction of the selected reference geometry GRADN Resultant temperature gradient HFLUXX Heat flux in the X-direction of the selected reference …

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Guidelines for Selecting a Failure Criterion solidworks simulation

Guidelines for selecting the appropriate Failure Criterion to calculate the Factor of Safety of your design. Failure Criterion Evaluation Theoretical predictions for failure of lamina are compared with experiments by comparing failure envelopes (outside the envelope, lamina failure occurs) under various biaxial states of stress. A lamina is assumed to …

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