Great pictures! Your CAD model is very impressive. What version of ProE did you use? Would you be willing to share the file? I am getting trained on ProE in a couple of weeks- it would be great to have something FUN to practice on!
This was modeled in 2001 and Wildfire2, currently it's all WF2
I'm afraid I'm a little reluctant to share the files right now... I'm still a little torn on the "open source" vs proprietary issue... For now I'm going to defer that decision...
That's great you're going to get ProE training next week! I agree that something fun to work on is a great idea. I recommend picking your own thing to model. You'll have more pride in it and you'll understand it better. It's very hard to work on a model behind someone else, since there are hundreds of ways to get the same end result. I am always frustrated when I have to work with a model that was made by my co-worker, he's a ProE whiz and I've been working with him for years, but we drive each other nuts when either of us has to work with the others work....
Anyway, best of luck to you , and I hope the training goes well. And now back to our regular espresso program...
On that note, I'm working on a thermal model of the grouphead... Given a fixed temp at the input (thermosyphon) what's the temp around the rest of the group.... (all steady state, can't analyze a "flush" right now)
I just got "thermal" yesterday, so I'm still learing the ropes... Dont expect anything fast... heh, or good.