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A Case Study on High-Performance-Computing-based Digital Manufacturing Course with Industry-University-Research Institute Collaboration
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A Case Study on High-Performance-Computing-based Digital Manufacturing Course with Industry-University-Research Institute Collaboration
Suh, Yeong Sung; Park, Moon Shik; Lee, Sang Min;
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 Abstract
Digital manufacturing (DM) technology helps engineers design products promptly and reliably at low production cost by simulating a manufacturing process and the material behavior of a product in use, based on three-dimensional digital modeling. The computing infrastructure for digital manufacturing, however, is usually expensive and, at present, the number of professional design engineers who can take advantage of this technology to a product design accurately is insufficient, particularly in small and medium manufacturing companies. Considering this, the Korea Institute of Science and Technology Information (KISTI) and H University is operating a DM track in the form of Industry-University-Research Institute collaboration to train high-performance-computing-based DM professionals. In this paper, a series of courses to train students to work directly into DM practice in industry after graduation is reported. The operating cases of the DM track for two years since 2013 are presented by focusing on the progress in establishment, lecture and practice contents, evaluation of students, and course quality improvement. Overall, the track management, curriculum management, learning achievement of students have been successful. By expediting more active participation of the students in the track and providing more internship and job offers in the participating companies in addition to collaborative capstone design projects, the track can be expanded by fostering a nationwide training network.
 Keywords
Digital manufacturing(DM);Digital prototyping(DP);Finite-element method;High performance computing(HPC);Industry-University-Research Institute collaboration;
 Language
Korean
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