Clevis22


Clevis22 example regularity feature tree construction for the method published in “Constructing Regularity Feature Trees for Solid Models”.

clevis22

Faces: 64
Regularity Features: 34
Regularity Feature Tree depth: 5
Time: 1.98s

The regularity feature tree decomposition for the clevis22 is shown below. On the first decomposition level 16 edge-connected solids are produced, one of which is shown in (a). The simple edge-connected solids which where not further decomposed are shown in (h). Sub-part (a) leads to two positive and two negative regularity features at the next level in the tree as shown in (b) and one regularity feature (as updated model) as shown in (c). The two positive regularity features of sub-parts in (b) lead to two positive regularity features, and two positive and two negative regularity features respectively at the next level in the tree as shown in (d). The resulting two updated models as shown in (e). Sub-part (c) leads to two positive regularity features at the next level in the tree as shown in (f) and (g). Sub-part (g) is further decomposed into two blocks, which are not shown here.

clevis22-c1 clevis22-c1-rf clevis22-c1-um
(a) (b) (c)
clevis22-c1-rf-rf clevis22-c1-rf-um clevis22-c1-um-rf1
(d) (e) (f)
clevis22-c1-um-rf2 clevis22-c0
(g) (h)
Cite this page as 'Frank C Langbein, "Clevis22," Ex Tenebris Scientia, 26th July 2006, https://langbein.org/li2006-clevis22/ [accessed 19th September 2019]'.

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