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Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering
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Volume 11, Issue 6 - Dec 2006
Volume 11, Issue 5 - Oct 2006
Volume 11, Issue 4 - Aug 2006
Volume 11, Issue 3 - Jun 2006
Volume 11, Issue 2 - Apr 2006
Volume 11, Issue 1 - Feb 2006
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Design and Implementation of Information Security System to Prevent Leakage of Drawing Information
Chang, H.B. ; Lee, H.S. ;
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 11, issue 5, 2006, Pages 327~334
Recently, security incidents are growing rapidly in which internal employees let the drawing leak out to competitors or other countries. This type of security incidents has a characteristic that it occurs less frequently than other types of security incidents such as network or server security incident, but the damage is a lot more serious. The existing information security technologies to prevent internal information from being leaked out are only applicable to general documents(office documents, web pages and image files in which data are encrypted one by one). However, architectural drawings made up of collection of files with various formats(extensions) have problems with the process speed of en(de) cryption and accuracy, so the developments of security technologies by new methods are required. In this study, we design and develop a security technology based on work area with which users can protect the leakage of critical information in the kernel level while maintaining their work environment when they have to use sharing information that cannot be managed by the unit of file. As a result, we developed the "Virtual Secure Disk" which allows only authorized users and applications to have an access to drawings, and have verified its security by applying it to the actual company.
Automatic Local Update of Triangular Mesh Models Based on Measurement Point Clouds
Woo, Hyuck-Je ; Lee, Jong-Dae ; Lee, Kwan-H. ;
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 11, issue 5, 2006, Pages 335~343
Design changes for an original surface model are frequently required in a manufacturing area: for example, when the physical parts are modified or when the parts are partially manufactured from analogous shapes. In this case, an efficient 3D model updating method by locally adding scan data for the modified area is highly desirable. For this purpose, this paper presents a new procedure to update an initial model that is composed of combinatorial triangular facets based on a set of locally added point data. The initial surface model is first created from the initial point set by Tight Cocone, which is a water-tight surface reconstructor; and then the point cloud data for the updates is locally added onto the initial model maintaining the same coordinate system. In order to update the initial model, the special region on the initial surface that needs to be updated is recognized through the detection of the overlapping area between the initial model and the boundary of the newly added point cloud. After that, the initial surface model is eventually updated to the final output by replacing the recognized region with the newly added point cloud. The proposed method has been implemented and tested with several examples. This algorithm will be practically useful to modify the surface model with physical part changes and free-form surface design.
Material Information Extraction for Plate Parts Using Solid Models
Kim, Y.I. ; Jun, C.S. ;
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 11, issue 5, 2006, Pages 344~350
A method for extracting material information on sheet metal parts from an assembly model is proposed. In order to estimate the cost and order the required sheet metals, their outline profiles, thicknesses, quantities, and etc. are needed. The proposed method consists of two steps: First, sheet metal parts are selected through a feature recognition process from an assembly model. Then, some geometric information for the parts is calculated. In the later step a flattening process of bent parts is included. The method is implemented on a commercial CAD/CAM system Unigraphics with API routines and applied to steam turbine generators and large scale boilers.
Analysis of Partial Denture through Topology Optimization Design
Lee, Jeong-Ick ; Koh, Byung-Kab ;
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 11, issue 5, 2006, Pages 351~358
Recently, the development of new structural model in fixed partial denture system is required to be started from the conceptual design with low cost, high performance and quality. In this point, a FEM based design of partial denture is used to investigate stress distribution on the durable shape. In this paper, the structural performances of partial dentures were analyzed under three biting forces. The periodontal embedding model is introduced on behalf of the detailed supporting tissue, which is composed of dentin, cortical bone, cancellous bone and periodontal ligament. Using topology optimization, the optimal reinforcement layout of connector was obtained and the detail shape in the fixed partial denture was designed.
Study on the Industrial Agitator's Impeller Shape Analysis Using CFD and Reverse Engineering
Kim, D.K. ; Bae, S.T. ; Park, J.H. ;
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 11, issue 5, 2006, Pages 359~364
Industrial Agitators are used in various industrial fields where they are necessary to intimately mix two reactants in a short period of time. However, despite their widespread use, complex unsteady flow characteristics of industrial mixers are not systematically investigated. The present study aims for clarify unsteady flow characteristics induced by various impellers in agitator's tank. Impellers are Pitched blade turbine(PBT) types, Screw type and Rushton turbine type(RUT). In this study is numerical analysis of the Industrial agitator's Impeller types. The rotating speed of impellers fixed about 100RPM. Numerical analysis results show that differential flow characteristics of each type Impeller and Rushton turbine type(RUT) is suitable for mixing powder.
A Tour Guide System Based on a Context-Aware in Ubiquitous Environment
Park, Ji-Hyung ; Lee, Seung-Soo ; Kim, Sung-Ju ; Lee, Seok-Ho ; Yeom, Ki-Won ;
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 11, issue 5, 2006, Pages 365~374
The ubiquitous environment is to support people in their everyday life in an inconspicuous and unobtrusive way. This environment requires information such as the person, his/her preferences, and habits which is available in the ubiquitous system. In this paper, we propose the context aware system that can provide the tailored information service for user in ubiquitous computing environment. Our system architecture is divided into 4 domain models such as context awareness, presentation, interface and inference domain. Each domain model can perform some predefined tasks independently. And we suggest the hybrid algorithm combined with fuzzy and Bayesian method in order to reason what is the suitable information for user. We show the possibility for the real application through applying the system to the TGA (Tour Guide Assistant) for Kyoungju historical site.
Contour Parallel Offset and Tool-Path Linking Algorithm for Pocketing Using Pairwise Intersection Approach
Huh, Jin-Hun ; Kim, Yeoung-Il ; Jun, Cha-Soo ;
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 11, issue 5, 2006, Pages 375~383
Presented in this paper is a new fast and robust algorithm generating NC tool path for 2D pockets with islands. The input shapes are composed of line segments and circular arcs. The algorithm has two steps: creation of successive offset loops and linking the loops to a tool path. A modified pairwise technique is developed in order to speed up and stabilize the offset process, and the linking algorithm is focused on avoiding thin-wall cutting and minimizing tool retractions. The proposed algorithm has been implemented in C++ and some illustrative examples are presented to show the practical strength of the algorithm.
Finite Element Analysis with STEP in Distributive and Collaborative Environment
Cho, Seong-Wook ; Kwon, Ki-Eak ;
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 11, issue 5, 2006, Pages 384~392
In this research, the feasibility of distributed finite element analysis system with STEP and CORBA has been investigated. The enabling technologies such as CORBA and Java play key roles in the development of integrated and geographically distributed application software. In addition to the distribution of analysis modules, numerical solution process itself is again divided into parallel processes using multi-frontal method for computational efficiency. In contrast to the specially designed parallel process for specific hardware, CORBA-based parallel process is well suited for heterogeneous platforms over the network. The idea of Web-based distributed analysis system may be applied to the engineering ASP for design and analysis in the product development processes. We believe that the proposed approach for the analysis can be extended to the entire product development process for sharing and utilizing common product data in the distributed engineering environment, thus eventually provide basis for virtual enterprise.