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A Study on the Automatic Assembly/Disassembly Procedure for Generating Maintenance Guideline
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 Title & Authors
A Study on the Automatic Assembly/Disassembly Procedure for Generating Maintenance Guideline
Heo, Gilhwan; Lee, Won; Kwon, Kisang;
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 Abstract
The purpose of this research is to propose a maintenance support system for deciding assembly sequence of the product and appropriate tools that are used to assembly and disassembly of parts in the product when geometric properties of the product. The digital maintenance system (DMS) is developed to generate the maintenance guideline and the initial experiment is conducted especially for an underwater weapon system with cylindrical structure. DMS considers four factors to find the efficient assembly and disassembly procedure automatically: (1) assembly tree, (2) properties of each part, (3) distance from the center of the product, and (4) volume. Based on the factors, DMS simulate the movement of each tool virtually and the properties of tools are investigated to find an appropriate tool for using assembly and disassembly of each part in the product. The proposed approach integrates modeling, simulation, data configuration, and virtual reality to allow a development of preliminary maintenance guidance.
 Keywords
Integrated Logistics Support;Virtual Reality;Maintenance Manual;Modeling & Simulation;
 Language
English
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