Computer aided visualization, Mechanical Engineering

There are various methods to visualize the design process which can be summarized as given below:

a. An automated drafting tool and presentation of graphics.

b. A means for presenting numerical data in the form of graphics such as bar pie line charts or graphical simulation.

c. Animation is another way of visualizing the design process.

d. Creation o f 3- D model and providing various surface texture and colors.

e. A means of making real time observation of the response of the model to the specified inputs.

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