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You can use an equation driven curve to draw out that radius then revolve around an axis.
First you need to make sure you are in MKS units.
Second, you need to put in your equation in and your parameters. Your Y_x is going to be your equation shown there with x instead of y and your parameters are 0 to 3
This will generate a curve in the x direction so you can modify where it sits (adding the other dimensions of 3 and .5 m ) and revolve around the x axis if you want to make a part from this.
There is a way -
1. Start Computer
2. Open SolidWorks
3. Open New Part
4. Sketch vertical Line
5. Sketch horizontal Line
6. Draw Circles
7. Trim Circles
8. Make vertical line a Construction Line
9. Add dimensions
10. Select Revolve Feature
11. Select vertical line
12. Click green arrow
13. Sit back Admire your work
14. Shut computer off
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John, you have oversimplified the problem. What Emilio has is a formula that needs to be solved.
Take pencil and paper and solve for the unknown variables.
Follow John's direction.
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I will give you the same answer I got from my new friend Alec Travis-Daugherty...
"Alright Ill see what I can do tomorrow."
I think I'll skip the jokes and answer the question. The question was "Anyone know a way to draw this part with a variable radius ?" The answer is "Yes".
Insert --> Curve --> Curve through XYZ points