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Relation

phoxeoy

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Is it possible to have a relation that will look at two dimensions and
pick which one is the lowest value? here is my relation that model
checker says I have multipul assignments for.

BOTTOM_RADIUS <= RADIUS

RADIUS <= D22 / 2

RADIUS <= D21 / 2

What I trying to do is make sure that the RADIUS is not greater than two different dimensions.
 

Isair

New member
Well you can create analyze feature that will measure one of dimension, and then in this feature you can add parameter witch you will later insert in relations and then you can compare this parameters and then use this who is lowest (of course you must set relation with if loop)
 
You need to do it with 'if then' statement.


Example
if BOTTOM_RADIUS <= RADIUS
then RADIUS <= D22 / 2
else RADIUS <= D21 / 2
endif


Charles
 

phoxeoy

New member
Thanks Charleskim,


I new I needed a IF THEN ELSE statement but I couldn't find out how Pro/E's structure in using these statements. I figured it out 2 minutes after I typed everything I could think of. Thank you.
 

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