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PELF meaning Riches, Prosperity is the outcome of Professionalism, Efficacy, Long-term Relationships and Flexibility in services.From the modest beginning in the year 2002, Pelf Infotech Pvt. Ltd. (PIPL) is growing rapidly to become one of the leading Engineering and IT Solution providers in Pune industrial city of Maharashtra situated in the western part of INDIA.

We are Professional Channel for Dassault Systemes’ , for the sales & promotional activities of SolidWorks Suites of Product in Maharashtra.

We are offering a variety of services in areas of CAD -CAM – CAE, Web solutions, 3D Animation Multimedia and API Development.

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  1. sanjay

    Essential Skills in Process Design

    Many of us wants to know information on how to get started on process design and what skills are required.
    Although the field of Process Design is vast and knowledge of specific technologies is often needed, it is possible to identify a few subjects that are of general use no matter what technology you work in. Some skills are normally taught in graduate courses, such as

    Thermodynamics
    Vapor-liquid equilibrium and distillation equipment design
    Reaction engineering and reactor design
    Heat transfer, specially shell & tube exchangers
    Hydraulics including piping pressure drop and pump calculations.
    We need to emphasize that by skills we don’t mean knowing the rigorous derivation of differential equations and things of that sort, but rather an understanding of the concepts involved and how they relate to equipment design. For example, designing a steam and condensate system with pressure letdowns, compressors, super heaters, and condensate flash drums will require a minimum knowledge of adiabatic and isentropic processes and the use of steam tables (normally in computerized form).

    Skills not usually, but more and more, taught in graduate courses:

    Heat and material balance using process simulators
    Understanding piping and instrumentation diagrams (P&IDS)
    Basic process instrumentation and control
    Over pressure protection
    Basic interlock protection
    We would say 90% of the tasks assigned to a process engineer are directly related to one of the above-mentioned subjects.

  2. rahulmallikar

    SolidWorks Electrical – Creating 2D Cabinet Layouts

    The tools inside SolidWorks Electrical used to create 3D layouts are incredibly powerful, since they use the physical model dimensions and locate them in 3D space. However, if you need to quickly organize your electrical enclosure you may use the 2D cabinet layout tools in the SolidWorks Electrical 2D Application. In our project, we assign physical locations to our components.

    In the properties of these locations we define specific manufacturer components from our database of enclosures, din rails, ducts, etc… The electrical components will also have manufacturer parts associated. These parts not only contain a reference to a 3D model, but also to a 2D footprint. Here is the workflow on how to create a 2D cabinet layout:
    1. We access the the layout command through the Process tab.
    2. Then, we select the locations where we wish to create a 2D layout. This creates a new drawing for each location selected in our project.

    3. We now have a cabinet layout tab that appears and allows us to add parts if we haven’t already defined them for that location. Also, any parts associated with that location will be shown as components that can be inserted into the layout drawing. One thing to note is that when inserting the enclosure, the size of the enclosure is typically larger than the title block and will need to be scaled down.

    4. The electrical components and their associated manufacturer parts may be inserted into the 2D layout drawing. It uses the 2D footprint from the manufacturer part database. As each of these 2D footprints are placed, they are associated with the electrical component as a symbol. It is possible to have a electrical component that is associated with a line diagram symbol, schematic symbol, control symbol, manufacturer parts, 3D SolidWorks part, and 2D footprint.

    5. When placing multiple components, we may specify the spacing between components as well as the order of components. This is especially useful when we have a number of similar components to add such as a terminal strip. We can set the spacing to be 0mm between terminals. This places every terminal alongside each other in that strip.

    6. We finish our 2D layout by adding ducts contactors, PLCs, breakers, transformer and terminals. When adding ducts and din rails, we may specify the exact length. We may even choose to add dimensions to call out exact locations. Individual components may be placed with a right-click>Insert.

    This 2D layout tool is managed entirely in the 2D application and makes a great compliment to the 3D layout capability we have with the SolidWorks Electrical 3D add-in. It’s quick, easy to use, and uses your existing manufacturer part database.

  3. Jyotsna

    Hi engineers, are you familiar with the engineering design process?

    This workflow will help you solve your engineering design problems through a step-by-step process. If you don’t have an existing process, you can use this as a starting template and simply edit it according to your organization’s needs.

    The 8-Step Engineering Design Process
    1.Identify the need or problem – to find the best solution, you have to define the problem first. How can someone’s quality of life be improved? Or how can we improve on a certain product? Ask these questions to help you define the problem that needs to be solved.
    2.Research the need or problem – How have other people addressed the problem? What existing technologies can we use as part of the solution?
    3.Develop possible solutions – brainstorm possible solutions, and feel free to use your imagination.
    4.Select the best possible solution – Which of the solutions best meet the requirements? Is the solution realistically feasible? What solutions deserve further exploration?
    5.Construct a prototype – model the solution in 2D and 3D. The prototype can address some or all of the features in the solutions.
    6. Test and evaluate the solution – Does the solution work? Is it safe, reliable, and durable? Does the solution appeal to consumers?
    7. Communicate the solution – Make a presentation that discusses the original problem and how the solution best meets it. Communicate the design to manufacturers, consumers and end-users.
    8. Redesign – How can the design be improved based on things you learned from the test and usage? Redesign the solution to adapt to newly available technologies and methods.

  4. bhushan kulkarni

    Hello Tool Designers,,

    Do you know there is a wonderful tool available to Design your press tools quickly.
    Yes, It works fine way from blank development to finished drawing reducing your modeling and drafting cycle drastically.
    It is Logopress3, a wonderful product from Accurate Die Design. Developed by a team of hard core tool designers having two plus decades experience in tooling. So they know what exactly are the critical issues a die designer can face. And this software automates almost of that process making you worry free of human mistakes. It assures you re-using your customized dies crop the time of modeling and creating the dies.

    Here are some salient features of Logopress3.

    1. Press Tool 3D Design Automation software, that can work .igs, .step components
    2. Quick blank Development. Flattened component.
    3. Quickly prepare a 3D strip layout, which will also allow you nesting, knowing material utilization. It supports multi cavity, LH/RH lay out.
    4. Auto model 3D punches and inserts along with 2D drawing?
    5. If you have so many Die Sets over the years. You can customize them in a library and pull them whenever you get a similar component. You will be able to edit them quickly to suite your new strip layout.
    6. Standard components library from Misumi, Danley, Febro.
    7. You are a single click away from pocket opening along with preset clearances.
    8. Generate drawings automatically with your preset templates.
    9. Quick detailed BOM, Wire cut holes.

    Moreover important you can develop auto components, formed components in different stages. You can do progressive tooling very fine way.

    So let us know if you wish to see the demo.

  5. bhushan kulkarni

    An Awesome SolidWorks Innovation Day 2014 by Pelf at Le Meridian, Pune on 09 Oct 2013. Huge crowd. A traditional, Unique concept of launching the product. we do business Religiously.

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