|September 9, 2013, 11:52||
Parameters to control geometry on Workbench
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I know the basics on how to work with Parameters on Workbench (assign values, assign expressions with other parameters, etc...).
I was wondering if there is any way to make parameters work beyond altering measures?.
I want to model a shell and pipes heat exchanger. Alongside with the dimensions of shell and pipe being parameters I would like to have the number of pipes on the exchanger as a parameter. Like turning "on/off" the pipes on the geometry, or allowing the change on one parameter to alter the configuration of the pipes.
Is anything like this possible?
Thank you for your help
|September 13, 2013, 04:35||
If you create the pipes with the "Pattern" tool in Design Modeler, you can set number of copies as a parameter
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