List of STEP (ISO 10303) Parts - Integrated Generic Resources

Integrated Generic Resources

  • Part 41 - Fundamentals of product description and support
  • Part 42 - Geometric and topological representation
  • Part 43 - Representation structures
  • Part 44 - Product structure configuration
  • Part 45 - Materials
  • Part 46 - Visual presentation: Works in combination with part42 and allows to specify how to display 2D or 3D geometric models together with annotation data. The original design intend was that data according to this part could be displayed by computer systems supporting the Graphical Kernel System or PHIGS. Today other display interfaces such as OpenGL for 3D and Java 2D are more appropriate to display part 46 based data.
  • Part 47 - Shape variation tolerances: This part supports the representation of Geometric dimensioning and tolerancing principles for computer sensitive data exchange. But it does not cover how to present the data for humans.
  • Part 49 - Process structures and properties
  • Part 50 - Mathematical constructs
  • Part 51 - Mathematical description
  • Part 52 - Mesh-based topology
  • Part 53 - Numerical analysis
  • Part 54 - Classification and set theory
  • Part 55 - Procedural and hybrid representation
  • Part 56 - State
  • Part 57 - Expression extensions
  • Part 58 - Risk
  • Part 59 - Quality of product shape data
  • Part 61 - Systems engineering representation

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