The latest draft of the Engineering Analysis Core Model can be browsed. This is version 8 released on 2000-09-05.
Alternatively you can download the complete document as a zipped file. Please unzip the file into an empty directory.
The following documents about the EACM can also be accessed or down loaded:
Plain man's guide to the EACM: this document explains the how the EACM can link engineering analysis data to Product Data Management, Work Flow Management, and Best Practice Advice systems.
Presentation on the EACM: this presentation describes the EACM and its relationships to other parts of ISO 10303 (STEP). It will be presented to ISO TC 184/SC4 (Change Management) at its meeting in Melbourne in February 2000.
Structured mesh example shows the use of the EACM (with part 50, and part 5x) to define a velocity field over a surface within the volume of a fluid, and to describe the velocity field using values at the vertices of a structured mesh.
Harmonisation of the EACM: this document describes the work carried out at the PDES, Inc. Offsite in Myrtle Beach on harmonisation between the EACM property modules and the PDM property modules; and between the EACM and AP 209.
Use of structured and unstructured meshes: this document describes the way in which the EACM defines structured and unstructured meshes, and uses such meshes to describe a property variation. The approach taken is appropriate to the large volumes of data that are created by CFD (Computational Fluid Dynamics).
Links to part 50 required by the EACM: this document explains the new entities required by the EACM to enable the use of the Mathematical Constructs Schema in ISO 10303-50 for the description of properties and property distributions. The new entities could be in a new integrated resource part 5x, that is to part 50 what part 43 is to part 42.
Product, activity and state usage guide: this document explains how the EACM defines the relationships between a product, the states of a product, and the activities that change the state of a product.
Product, activity and state parameterisation usage guide: this document explains how the EACM uses the Mathematical Constructs Schema in ISO 10303-50 to identify points within a product, or states within an activity or state space.
Property and property distribution usage guide: this document explains how the EACM identifies a property distribution with respect to position within a product, or state within an activity or state space.
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