ASME Y14.47 - Model Organization PracticesReference2019
This Standard establishes a schema for organizing a three-dimensional (3D) model and other associated information within the context of a digital product definition data set for the purpose of conveying a product definition that enables a model-based enterprise (MBE). This Standard contains no requirements pertaining to drawing graphic sheets. The schema defines a common practice to improve design productivity and to deliver consistent data content and structure to consumers of the data to facilitate common exchange interfaces.
The condition of the annotations and attributes of an annotated model that are used to define an item.
Geometry State
The condition of the geometry as represented in a model.
Maturity State
The condition of the design maturity for the data set’s intended use within the product life cycle.
Model-Based Definition
An annotated model and its associated data elements that define the product in a manner that can be used effectively without a drawing graphic sheet.
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Model-Based Enterprise
An organization that uses model based definitions for the purpose of commission, operation, service, and decommission of a product.
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Organizational Method
A non-geometric model element selected for organization by a standardized method.
The manner in which information is displayed for use by a human.
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Presentation State
A retrievable collection or set of model display elements arranged for formal display to the viewer.
The manner in which information is stored for interpretation by a machine.
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Saved View
A stored and retrievable specific orientation and a magnification factor of a model or design model and may be a view within a model or a view generated from the model and placed in a drawing graphic sheet (ASME Y14.3).
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