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DS DELMIA V5-6R2015 GA: A Review of the Latest Release of the V5 Platform for Digital Manufacturing and Lifecycle Management


DS DELMIA V5-6R2015 GA: A Comprehensive Guide for Virtual Production




If you are looking for a powerful and reliable software tool for virtual production, you might want to check out DS DELMIA V5-6R2015 GA. This software is designed to help you model, simulate, optimize, and control your production processes, from design to execution. In this article, we will provide you with a comprehensive guide on what DS DELMIA V5-6R2015 GA is, how to install and activate it, how to use it for virtual production, and how to troubleshoot and update it. By the end of this article, you will have a clear understanding of how DS DELMIA V5-6R2015 GA can help you improve your production efficiency, quality, and flexibility.




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What is DS DELMIA V5-6R2015 GA?




DS DELMIA V5-6R2015 GA is a software tool that belongs to the Dassault Systemes portfolio of 3D and Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) solutions. It is part of the V5 platform, which also includes CATIA for designing the virtual product, ENOVIA for global collaborative lifecycle management, SIMULIA for virtual testing, EXALEAD for search-based applications, and 3DVIA for online 3D lifelike experiences. DS DELMIA stands for Digital Manufacturing and Lifecycle Management, and it is aimed at providing a comprehensive solution for virtual production.


The features and benefits of DS DELMIA V5-6R2015 GA




DS DELMIA V5-6R2015 GA offers a range of features and benefits that can help you plan, manage, and optimize your production processes. Some of the main features and benefits are:


  • It allows you to create realistic 3D models of your production facilities, resources, products, and processes.



  • It enables you to simulate different scenarios and evaluate their impact on your production performance, such as throughput, cycle time, cost, quality, safety, and sustainability.



  • It helps you optimize your production layout, scheduling, routing, material flow, logistics, ergonomics, energy consumption, and waste reduction.



  • It supports you in controlling your production execution, monitoring your production status, detecting and resolving issues, and ensuring compliance with standards and regulations.



  • It integrates with other Dassault Systemes solutions, such as CATIA for product design, ENOVIA for lifecycle management, SIMULIA for product testing, EXALEAD for data analysis, and 3DVIA for 3D visualization.



  • It supports multiple industries and domains, such as aerospace, automotive, industrial equipment, consumer goods, energy, life sciences, and defense.



With DS DELMIA V5-6R2015 GA, you can benefit from a software tool that can help you achieve your production goals, such as reducing costs, increasing quality, enhancing flexibility, and accelerating time-to-market.


The system requirements and compatibility of DS DELMIA V5-6R2015 GA




Before you install and activate DS DELMIA V5-6R2015 GA, you need to make sure that your system meets the minimum requirements and is compatible with the software. Here are the system requirements and compatibility of DS DELMIA V5-6R2015 GA:


Operating System


Processor


Memory


Hard Disk


Graphics Card


Windows 7 SP1 64-bit or Windows 8.1 64-bit


Intel Core i5 or higher


8 GB RAM or higher


40 GB free space or higher


NVIDIA Quadro or AMD FirePro with 2 GB VRAM or higher


In addition, you need to have the following software installed on your system:


  • Microsoft .NET Framework 4.5.2 or higher



  • Microsoft Visual C++ Redistributable 2008 SP1, 2010 SP1, and 2013



  • Java Runtime Environment 7 or higher



  • Adobe Acrobat Reader 9 or higher



  • Dassault Systemes License Server (DSLS) V6R2015x or higher



  • Dassault Systemes Software Prerequisites V5-6R2015 or higher



  • Dassault Systemes MultiCAx Plug-ins V5-6R2015 or higher (optional)



You also need to have a valid license file for DS DELMIA V5-6R2015 GA, which you can obtain from Dassault Systemes or an authorized reseller. The license file contains the information about the product name, version, configuration, expiration date, and serial number. You need to save the license file in a secure location on your system.


How to install and activate DS DELMIA V5-6R2015 GA?




Once you have verified that your system meets the requirements and is compatible with DS DELMIA V5-6R2015 GA, you can proceed to install and activate the software. Here are the steps and screenshots of how to install and activate DS DELMIA V5-6R2015 GA:


The installation steps and screenshots of DS DELMIA V5-6R2015 GA




  • Download the installation files of DS DELMIA V5-6R2015 GA from Dassault Systemes website or a trusted source. The installation files are in ISO format, which means that they are compressed disk images that contain all the necessary files for the installation. You can use a software tool such as WinRAR or 7-Zip to extract the ISO files to a folder on your system.




  • Open the folder where you extracted the ISO files and double-click on the setup.exe file to launch the installation wizard. The installation wizard will guide you through the installation process.




  • Select the language for the installation and click Next.




  • Read and accept the license agreement and click Next.




  • Select the products that you want to install and click Next. You can choose between DELMIA All-in-One (which includes all the modules and functions of DS DELMIA) or DELMIA Customized (which allows you to select specific modules and functions of DS DELMIA). For this guide, we will choose DELMIA All-in-One.




  • Select the destination folder where you want to install DS DELMIA V5-6R2015 GA and click Next. You can use the default folder or browse to a different folder on your system.




  • Select the start menu folder where you want to create the shortcuts for DS DELMIA V5-6R2015 GA and click Next. You can use the default folder or browse to a different folder on your system.




  • Review the installation summary and click Install to start the installation. The installation may take several minutes, depending on your system configuration and the products that you selected.




  • Wait for the installation to complete and click Finish to exit the installation wizard. You may need to restart your system for the changes to take effect.




The activation steps and screenshots of DS DELMIA V5-6R2015 GA




  • After you have installed DS DELMIA V5-6R2015 GA, you need to activate it with your license file. To do this, you need to launch the Dassault Systemes License Server (DSLS) Administration tool from the start menu or the desktop shortcut.




  • In the DSLS Administration tool, click on the Licenses tab and then click on the Add button to add a new license file.




  • Browse to the location where you saved your license file and select it. Then click Open to add it to the DSLS Administration tool.




  • You should see a message that says "License file successfully added". Click OK to confirm.




  • You should now see your license file listed in the Licenses tab. You can check the details of your license file, such as the product name, version, configuration, expiration date, and serial number. You can also edit or delete your license file if needed.




  • You have successfully activated DS DELMIA V5-6R2015 GA with your license file. You can now close the DSLS Administration tool and launch DS DELMIA V5-6R2015 GA from the start menu or the desktop shortcut.



How to use DS DELMIA V5-6R2015 GA for virtual production?




Now that you have installed and activated DS DELMIA V5-6R2015 GA, you can start using it for virtual production. DS DELMIA V5-6R2015 GA consists of several modules and functions that can help you model, simulate, optimize, and control your production processes. Here are some of the main modules and functions of DS DELMIA V5-6R2015 GA and some examples and tutorials of how to use them:


The main modules and functions of DS DELMIA V5-6R2015 GA




DS DELMIA V5-6R2015 GA includes the following modules and functions:


  • DELMIA Process Engineer (DPE): This module allows you to define and document your production processes in a graphical and hierarchical way. You can create process flow diagrams, work breakdown structures, operation sheets, bill of materials, and resource requirements. You can also link your processes to product data from CATIA or ENOVIA.



  • DELMIA Process Planner (DPP): This module allows you to plan and schedule your production processes in a time-based and resource-based way. You can assign resources, such as machines, tools, workers, and materials, to your processes and optimize their utilization and allocation. You can also generate production plans, Gantt charts, calendars, and reports.



  • DELMIA Process Simulation (DPS): This module allows you to simulate and analyze your production processes in a dynamic and stochastic way. You can create 3D models of your production facilities, resources, products, and processes and run different scenarios and experiments. You can also evaluate the performance of your production system, such as throughput, cycle time, cost, quality, safety, and sustainability.



  • DELMIA Human (DHM): This module allows you to model and simulate human activities and ergonomics in your production processes. You can create realistic 3D models of human workers and assign them tasks, postures, motions, and behaviors. You can also analyze the human factors, such as workload, fatigue, comfort, safety, and health.



  • DELMIA Robotics (DR): This module allows you to model and simulate robotic activities and operations in your production processes. You can create 3D models of robotic devices and systems and assign them tasks, trajectories, motions, and programs. You can also analyze the robotic factors, such as feasibility, reachability, collision, synchronization, and optimization.



  • DELMIA Automation (DA): This module allows you to model and simulate automation activities and systems in your production processes. You can create 3D models of automation devices and systems, such as sensors, actuators, controllers, PLCs, and networks. You can also program and test the logic and behavior of your automation system.



  • DELMIA Operations Intelligence (DOI): This module allows you to monitor and control your production execution in real-time. You can connect your production system to your DELMIA model and collect data from various sources, such as sensors, PLCs, databases, or MES. You can also visualize your production status on dashboards and charts and detect and resolve issues.



These modules and functions can work together to provide you with a complete solution for virtual production. You can use them in different phases of your production lifecycle, such as planning, design, validation, optimization, execution, monitoring, and improvement.


The examples and tutorials of DS DELMIA V5-6R2015 GA




To help you get started with DS DELMIA V5-6R2015 GA, here are some examples and tutorials of how to use the software for virtual production. These examples and tutorials are based on the DELMIA All-in-One configuration that we installed earlier. You can find more examples and tutorials on the Dassault Systemes website or the DELMIA documentation.


  • Example 1: How to create a process flow diagram with DELMIA Process Engineer



A process flow diagram is a graphical representation of the sequence of operations that are performed in a production process. It shows the inputs, outputs, resources, and dependencies of each operation. It helps you to define and document your production process in a clear and concise way. To create a process flow diagram with DELMIA Process Engineer, follow these steps:


  • Launch DELMIA Process Engineer from the start menu or the desktop shortcut.




  • In the welcome screen, click on New to create a new project. Enter a name and a description for your project and click OK.




  • In the main window, click on the Process Flow Diagram icon in the toolbar to create a new process flow diagram. Enter a name and a description for your diagram and click OK.




  • In the process flow diagram editor, you can use the toolbox on the left to drag and drop different elements to your diagram, such as operations, resources, inputs, outputs, connectors, and annotations. You can also use the properties panel on the right to edit the attributes and parameters of each element.




  • For example, you can create a simple process flow diagram for making a cup of coffee as follows:



  • Drag and drop an operation element from the toolbox to the diagram and name it "Boil water".



  • Drag and drop a resource element from the toolbox to the diagram and name it "Kettle". Connect it to the "Boil water" operation with a connector.



  • Drag and drop an input element from the toolbox to the diagram and name it "Water". Connect it to the "Boil water" operation with a connector.



  • Drag and drop an output element from the toolbox to the diagram and name it "Hot water". Connect it to the "Boil water" operation with a connector.



  • Drag and drop another operation element from the toolbox to the diagram and name it "Brew coffee".



  • Drag and drop another resource element from the toolbox to the diagram and name it "Coffee maker". Connect it to the "Brew coffee" operation with a connector.



  • Drag and drop another input element from the toolbox to the diagram and name it "Coffee grounds". Connect it to the "Brew coffee" operation with a connector.



  • Drag and drop another output element from the toolbox to the diagram and name it "Coffee". Connect it to the "Brew coffee" operation with a connector.



  • Connect the "Hot water" output of the "Boil water" operation to the "Brew coffee" operation with a connector.



  • Drag and drop another operation element from the toolbox to the diagram and name it "Serve coffee".



  • Drag and drop another resource element from the toolbox to the diagram and name it "Cup". Connect it to the "Serve coffee" operation with a connector.



  • Connect the "Coffee" output of the "Brew coffee" operation to the "Serve coffee" operation with a connector.



  • Drag and drop an annotation element from the toolbox to the diagram and write a comment or a note for your diagram.



  • Your process flow diagram for making a cup of coffee should look something like this:




  • You can save your process flow diagram as a file on your system or export it as an image or a PDF document. You can also print your process flow diagram or share it with others.



This is an example of how to create a process flow diagram with DELMIA Process Engineer. You can create more complex and detailed process flow diagrams for your production processes using the same steps and tools.


  • Tutorial 1: How to simulate a production process with DELMIA Process Simulation



A production process simulation is a virtual representation of the behavior and performance of a production system under different conditions and scenarios. It helps you to test and validate your production process design, evaluate the impact of changes and variations, and optimize your production process parameters. To simulate a production process with DELMIA Process Simulation, follow these steps:


  • Launch DELMIA Process Simulation from the start menu or the desktop shortcut.




  • In the welcome screen, click on New to create a new project. Enter a name and a description for your project and click OK.




  • In the main window, click on the 3D Layout icon in the toolbar to create a new 3D layout. Enter a name and a description for your layout and click OK.




  • In the 3D layout editor, you can use the toolbox on the left to drag and drop different elements to your layout, such as resources, products, processes, paths, events, and sensors. You can also use the properties panel on the right to edit the attributes and parameters of each element.




  • For example, you can create a simple 3D layout for assembling a toy car as follows:



  • Drag and drop a conveyor element from the toolbox to the layout and name it "Conveyor 1". Adjust its length, width, speed, and direction using the properties panel.



  • Drag and drop another conveyor element from the toolbox to the layout and name it "Conveyor 2". Adjust its length, width, speed, and direction using the properties panel. Connect it to the end of "Conveyor 1" with a connector.



  • Drag and drop a robot element from the toolbox to the layout and name it "Robot 1". Adjust its position, orientation, type, and configuration using the properties panel. Connect it to the side of "Conveyor 1" with a connector.



Drag and drop another robot element from the toolbox to the layout and name it "Robot 2". Adjust its position, orientation, type, and configuration using the properties panel. Connect it to the side of "Conveyor 2" with a


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