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I have drawn a spline in a sketch. I want to see the spline displayed in a mathematical equation.

Question asked by Kim Panattoni on Oct 21, 2014
Latest reply on Oct 23, 2014 by Ingvar Magnusson

How do I do this? I've asked for the properties of the section, and I get a report that states the following:

 

Area = 2.993 inches^2

 

Centroid relative to sketch origin: ( inches )

X = -12.48

Y = -1.955

 

Centroid relative to part origin: ( inches )

X = 0

Y = -1.955

Z = 12.48

 

Moments of inertia of the area, at the centroid: ( inches ^ 4 )

Lxx = 142.7 Lxy = 0

Lyx = 0 Lyy = 139.8

 

Polar moment of inertia of the area, at the centroid = 142.7 inches ^ 4

 

Angle between principal axes and sketch axes = 90 degrees

 

Principal moments of inertia of the area, at the centroid: ( inches ^ 4 )

Mx = 0.5416

My = 142.2

 

This, however, is as far as Iv'e been able to get. How do I have SolidWorks display the spline as an equation? Is this even possible?

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