Wouldn’t it be great if your CAD software automatically determined the best design for you? Think of the time and effort you’d save. That’s exactly what Creo Behavioural Modeling Extension (BMX) does for you, by delivering three key capabilities: – design studies, smart models, and an open environment that uses calculated results from external programs.
Behavioural Modeling Features
- Behavioural Modeling enables you to solve real-world problems and meet a variety of design goals by applying multiple objectives to a design scenario.
- Optimize designs to satisfy cost-reducing requirements such as decreasing a product’s weight to minimize costs.
- Conduct feasibility studies to determine if there is a feasible solution that meets the design constraints of the model.
- Perform sensitivity studies to evaluate “what-if” scenarios to understand the impact of changes.
- Graphically review the response of the model to virtual testing, making results easier to interpret from within the Behavioural Modeling extension in Creo Parametric.
- Apply statistical attributes to dimensions and parameters, enabling analysis of statistical effects on any measurable goal in the model.
- Adapt to design changes instantly, while preserving the design intent.
- Capture, group and store comprehensive design measurements as analysis features that can drive the design.
- Leverage the power of analysis features to ensure that design changes do not alter the design intent.
- Flexibly iterate the design, trusting the analysis feature’s embedded intelligence to ensure engineering criteria is maintained.
- Track measurements, such as volume, mass or minimum clearance, during a structural analysis of solid geometries and quilts.
- Measure force and torque while analyzing mechanisms.
- Access Creo Simulation parameters, such as stress or displacement within Behavioural Modeling.
- Use results from external applications such as PTC Mathcad to drive analysis features.
- Create custom measurements for user-defined analyses.
- Capture custom measurements that are not easily dimensioned, such as cross sectional area or light reflectivity.
- Monitor critical design measurements and safety margins against design requirements.
- Improve innovation by exploring numerous scenarios that meet your design criteria.
- Clearly understand the impact of design changes, and prohibit inconsistent behaviour
- Reduce product costs by optimizing your design to meet multiple objectives, such as maintaining a product’s strength while reducing its weight.
- Save time by automatically iterating your design to meet your design requirements.
Reduce errors by using the results from external tools to drive your design directly, without manually transferring data.