By Peter Ingham (Auth.)
This ebook units out to give an explanation for the applying of CAD structures to mechanical and creation engineering. it truly is geared toward scholars at BTEC HND/HNC point or on measure classes
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8 Liquid crystal display Plasma Panels Light is generated when a current is applied to an ionized inert gas; a neon tube is an example of this effect. A plasma panel is two transparent glass plates with a layer of inert gas (or plasma) sandwiched into the thin gap between them. Edge connectors are used to matrix address regions of the plate in a similar way to the LCD. Plasma panels, however, give very high contrast displays: resolutions high enough for graphics applications have been developed.
They are merely replacements for drawing boards and, as in most cases when a computer is used purely as a replacement for a manual procedure, no value is added and the computer does not live up to the firm's expectations. An obvious problem is the storage and retrieval of drawings. Typically, on a stand-alone system, drawings are stored on a hard disk; since even a modest drawing takes up a surprising amount of storage, the largest disk becomes filled quickly. Even if it were possible to use the hard disk for drawing storage, it would restrict users to using the same physical system at all stages of a drawing's life.
It has been produced on a solid modeller which has not had the sense to tell that it would fall into eight pieces if it were manufactured. If dimensions are left off a drawing, it is usually because they are functionally irrelevant. In any case, most three-dimensional models do not fully define the form, such details as blend radii being omitted (in some cases, because they are impossible to model). So what? It is impossible to disagree with the last criticism of two-dimensional drawing; however, on some three-dimensional systems the values obtained for mass properties are so wildly inaccurate as to be useless.