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Volume 10, Issue 6 - Dec 2005
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Development of an F-125 Machine Using 3D PLM Systems
Lee S. H. ; Lee K.-S. ;
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 10, issue 2, 2005, Pages 77~88
This paper introduces a project for the development of an F-125 machine using 3D PLM systems including 3D CAD, CAM, CAE, PDM, and DMU systems. Here, the F-125 machine is a formula racing car equipped with a 125cc motorcycle engine. A development process and computer-integrated environment was established using 3D PLM systems on the conceptual basis of concurrent and virtual engineering. A DMU model for a full vehicle was built using CATIA V.5 and used to check interference between parts and to simulate assembly process. This DMU-based approach enables to find and fix manufacturing problems in the early design stage. All development activities have been done by the graduate and undergraduate students of the automotive engineering department of Kookmin University. Through the project, the students could acquire knowledge about car development process and 3D PLM systems in automotive industry.
Development of Internet based Ship Technical Information Management System
Lee S.-S. ; Lee J.-K. ; Park B. J, ; Kim S.-Y. ;
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 10, issue 2, 2005, Pages 89~96
In this paper, Internet based ship technical information management system has been developed as a means to accumulate, manage, share and utilize various distributed applications and information used for ship design and building. The information managed in the system are data from whole life cycle including concept design, basic design, detailed design, construction, operation and maintenance. In addition, using the developed system, integrated system framework is also proposed to integrate applications and database in concurrent engineering environment.
Representation and Application of Ontology for Product Data Using RDF
Lee H. J. ; Yoo S. B. ;
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 10, issue 2, 2005, Pages 97~106
W3C has developed the RDF standard for utilizing ontology in Web applications. This paper presents extracting, storing, and applying ontology on product data. The design and tooling information included in STEP-NC files is focused as an example. By analyzing the relationship among the product data, the RDF schema is designed first. Based on the schema ontology if extracted and stored in XML files. As an application of the stored ontology, we can reconfigure the sitemap of product data repositories. In this example, the users can select the view that he or she is interested in (e.g. product, tool, person). With such various views of an product data repository, the users can access the specific data more effectively.
Development of a Cutting Simulation System using Octree Algorithm
Kim Y-H. ; Ko S.-L. ;
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 10, issue 2, 2005, Pages 107~113
Octree-based algorithm is developed for machining simulation. Most of commercial machining simulators are based on Z map model, which have several limitations to get a high precision in 5 axis machining simulation. Octree representation is three dimensional decomposition method. So it is expected that these limitations be overcome by using octree based algorithm. By using the octree model, storage requirement is reduced. And also recursive subdivision was processed in the boundaries, which reduces useless computation. The supersampling method is the most common form of the anti-aliasing and usually used with polygon mesh rendering in computer graphics. Supersampling technique is applied for advancing its efficiency of the octree algorithm.
Radius Measurement of Fillet Regions of Polygonal Models by using Optimum Orthogonal Planes
Han Y,-H. ;
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 10, issue 2, 2005, Pages 114~120
This paper presents a novel method for radius measurement of fillet regions of polygonal models by using optimum onhogonal planes. The objective function for finding an optimum onhogonal plane is designed based on the orthogonality between the normal vectors of the faces in a filet region and the plane that is to be found. Direct search methods are employed to solve the defined optimization problem since no explicit derivatives of the object function can be calculated. Once an optimum orthogonal plane is obtained, the intersection between the onhogonal plane and the faces of interest is calculated, and necessary point data in the fillet region for measuring radii are extracted by some manipulation. Then, the radius of the fillet region in question is measured by least squares fitting of a circle to the extracted point data. The proposed radius measuring method could eliminate the burden of defining a plane for radius measurement, and automatically find a necessary optimum orthogonal plane. It has an advantage in that it can measure fillet radii without prior complicated segmentation of fillet regions and explicit information of neighboring surfaces. The proposed method is demonstrated trough some mea-surement examples.
Development of Two Dimensional Extension Model far IFC2.x2 Model in the Construction Field
Kim I.H. ; Seo J.C. ;
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 10, issue 2, 2005, Pages 121~132
There have been several efforts for the investigation of the formal development team which was formed in the IAI to develop a common 2D standard specification between ISO/STEP and IAI/IFC since 2002. As a result, a drafting model has been included in the IFC2.x2 model. However, to be used actively in the construction practice for construction drawing exchange, the IFC model should be extended to the paper space for multiple views, drawing output, and delivery of drawings. Therefore, in this paper, the methodology of relating STEP and IFC has been investigated and schema extension of paper space(drawing sheet, presentation view, view pipeline), complex entity(leader), and dimension(associative) have been achieved. The resulting, IFC model will enable a basic harmonization with KOSDIC. SCADEC, and STEP-CDS by retaining the current IFC architecture. In addition, IT systems for the construction industry can be beneficial from the developed data model.
A Conceptual Information Model of Mechanical Assemblies Incorporating Assembly and Kinematic Constraints, and Tolerances
Han Y,-H. ;
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 10, issue 2, 2005, Pages 133~142
This paper proposes an object-oriented conceptual information model of mechanical assemblies, named open assembly model (OAM). The proposed assembly model primarily defines hierarchical relationships between parts and subassemblies. Together with the assembly hierarchy. the model also provides a way to represent tolerances, kinematic information, and parametric assembly constraints. Relational information such as mating conditions and degree of freedom between parts and subassemblies is captured via assembly features and relationships thereof. The information model is described using class diagrams of the Unified Modeling Language (UML), and instance diagrams are used to exemplify the proposed information model. The conceptual model presented in this paper is an integrated information model for assembly representation, which could supply necessary information for tolerance analysis and synthesis, kinematic simulation, and assembly simulation. Such a conceptual information model plays an important role for the exchange of information between modeling, analysis and planning systems. Hence, the proposed model could serve as a framework for developing data exchange standards of mechanical assemblies. The proposed model is demonstrated through a case study of a planetary gear assembly.
Development of a Distributed Computing Framework far Implementing Multidisciplinary Design Optimization
Chu M. S. ; Lee S. J. ; Choi D.-H. ;
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 10, issue 2, 2005, Pages 143~150
A design framework to employ the multidisciplinary design optimization technologies on a computer system has been developed and is named as the Extensible Multidisciplinary Design Integration and Optimization System (EMDIOS). The framework can not only effectively solve complex system design problems but also conveniently handle MDO problems. Since the EMDIOS exploits both state-of-the-art of computing capabilities and sophisticated optimization techniques, it can overcome many scalability and complexity problems. It can make users who are not even familiar with the optimization technology use EMDIOS easily to solve their design problems. The client of EMDIOS provides a front end for engineers to communicate the EMDIOS engine and the server controls and manages various resources luck as scheduler, analysis codes, and user interfaces. EMDIOS client supports data monitoring, design problem definition, request for analyses and other user tasks. Three main components of the EMDIOS are the Engineering Design Object Model which is a basic idea to construct EMDIOS, EMDIOS Language (EMDIO-L) which is a script language representing design problems, and visual modeling tools which can help engineers define design problems using graphical user interface. Several example problems are solved and EMDIOS has shown various capabilities such as ease of use, process integration, and optimization monitoring.