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### Solving an Ordinary Differential Equation Using Mathcad

- PTC Mathcad
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- 15877 Views
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- Intermediate Level
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- Sandi Smith
- This tutorial shows how to solve an Ordinary Differential equation using Mathcad. The system used is a simple pendulum.

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### Programming

- PTC Mathcad Prime
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- 13579 Views
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- Intermediate Level
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- Sandi Smith
- In this tutorial you learn how to create a program in Mathcad.

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### Using Symbolic Math

- PTC Mathcad Prime
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- 12133 Views
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- Intermediate Level
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- Sandi Smith
- In this video you will learn how to use Symbolic math in Mathcad. Symbolic math is algebraic math, the results are in terms of variables as opposed to numbers as in numeric math.

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### Defining Constraints

- Creo Simulate
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- 12095 Views
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- Introductory Level
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- Sandi Smith
- In this tutorial you learn how to define constraints in a non-Cartesian coordinate system. The advantage of doing this is that you can constrain radial, axial, or angle of twist degrees of freedom which cannot easily be accomplished using an X, Y, and Z reference.
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### Moving to Mathcad from Excel

- PTC Mathcad
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- 10119 Views
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- Intermediate Level
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- Sandi Smith
- There are many reasons to move to Mathcad from Excel as an engineering calculation environment. These include, to name a few:
- clarity of notation (readability)
- clarity of dependencies (verification)
- unit analysis (error checking)
- breadth of calculation tools (completeness)
- engineering-appropriate graphs, image analysis, matrix analysis, and data support
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### Creating a Volume Analysis Feature in Pro/ENGINEER

- Creo Elements/Pro & Pro/ENGINEER
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- 9494 Views
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- Intermediate Level
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- Sandi Smith
- One of the more commonly overlooked analysis types is the One-Sided Volume Analysis. This is a great way to leverage the associative properties of Pro/ENGINEER for what may seem like an otherwise obscure task; calculating volume. While the Mass Properties can give you the overall volume of a model, the One-Sided Volume analysis takes things one step further, and provides a more practical analysis result, the usable volume of a container. The following will outline how to quickly setup and make use of this type of analysis feature. (This works best with shelled geometry).
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### Polar Plotting in Mathcad

- PTC Mathcad
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- 9261 Views
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- Intermediate Level
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- Sandi Smith
- This tutorial will demonstrate how to plot a polar plot in Mathcad

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### Creating a Basic X-Y Plot

- PTC Mathcad Prime
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- 9024 Views
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- Introductory Level
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- Sandi Smith
- In this tutorial you learn how to create a basic X-Y plot using Mathcad

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### Plotting Complex Data in Mathcad

- PTC Mathcad
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- 7287 Views
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- Advanced Level
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- Sandi Smith
- Watch out for complex numbers in your data, which can not be plotted in Mathcad. Imaginary parts in your numbers leads to either incomplete graphs or errors instead of plots. To work with complex numbers, you can plot the real and imaginary parts of your numbers separately, or reframe your data to calculate only the real part before plotting.
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### Using Fasteners

- Creo Simulate
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- 6610 Views
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- Intermediate Level
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- Sandi Smith
- In this tutorial, you learn how to apply a bolt preload.

### Defining Forces, Moments, and Pressure

- Creo Simulate
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- 6226 Views
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- Introductory Level
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- Sandi Smith
- In this tutorial, you learn how to define forces on a model.

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### Using Collapsible Areas

- PTC Mathcad Prime
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- 6225 Views
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- Intermediate Level
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- Sandi Smith
- In this video you learn how to use collapsible areas in Mathcad.

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### Using the Excel Component

- PTC Mathcad Prime
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- 5521 Views
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- Intermediate Level
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- Sandi Smith
- In this video you learn how to use the Excel component in Mathcad.

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### Using Measures

- Creo Simulate
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- 5116 Views
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- Introductory Level
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- Sandi Smith
- In this tutorial you learn how to use user-defined measures at certain locations in the Simulate model. These may not be quantities that are maximum or minimum throughout the model but at specific locations of interest.
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### Using AutoGEM Setting

- Creo Simulate
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- 4861 Views
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- Introductory Level
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- Sandi Smith
- In this tutorial you learn how to use AutoGEM settings in Creo Simulate. You also learn how to use an imported data file, a STEP file.

### Creating Matrices

- PTC Mathcad Prime
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- 4677 Views
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- Introductory Level
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- Sandi Smith
- Learn how to insert a matrix in Mathcad and create a matrix using range variables.

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### Formatting Math

- PTC Mathcad Prime
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- 4583 Views
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- Intermediate Level
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- Sandi Smith
- In this video you learn how to format Math in Mathcad.

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### 3D Plotting

- PTC Mathcad Prime
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- 4420 Views
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- Intermediate Level
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- Sandi Smith
- In this video you learn how to create a 3D plot using Mathcad.

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### Applying Traveling Heat Loads

- Creo Simulate
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- 3988 Views
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- Intermediate Level
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- Sandi Smith
- In this tutorial, you learn how to apply traveling heat loads to a model.

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### Configuring the Drawing Environment

- Creo Parametric
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- 3888 Views
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- Introductory Level
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- Sandi Smith
- When a drawing is created, Creo uses a drawing setup file (dtl file) to set all the options. You need to create a new drawing setup file (dtl file) that is unique to your company and your drawing standards. That dtl file should contain the settings for options including font, text, size, and arrow length. If you have already done this for existing drawings you should be able to leverage this already-created drawing setup file.
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