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Comparison of Methods for Matching Corresponding Points of an Inter-Surface for Hull Plate Forming
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Comparison of Methods for Matching Corresponding Points of an Inter-Surface for Hull Plate Forming
Kim, Chan Suk; Shin, Jong Gye;
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 Abstract
Lately, much research on hull plate forming has been successful in improving productivity of the forming process. Those researches include forming methods, forming information, and automation. After forming each plate, the fabricated surface is compared with the corresponding designed surface. Two sets of data from the designed and fabricated surfaces are matched in order to complete the forming process. However, only a few papers deals with comparison of two surfaces. This paper presents a new matching method based on the bounding volume hierarchy (BVH). By comparing the conventional method, this new approach using BVH shows not only good agreement but also better advantages.
 Keywords
Matching;Projection;Bounding volume hierarchy;Coon’s patch;
 Language
Korean
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