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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
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Development of IFC Model Extension and Drawing Representation Expression System for nD Model-Based Transposition of Complex Engineering Products and Services
Kim, In-Han ;
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 11, issue 6, 2006, Pages 393~402
The purpose of this study is to develop mechanisms of nD model-based design by the combination of 2D drawing standards and 3D building models from the current 2D and text-based design. The aim of this study can be archived by defining the 2D model extension definitions for the IFC model development and harmonizing existing 2D standards. The paper examines 1) 3D Representation of Building Element and Building Services element, and 2D Model extension of IFC2X.2, 2) Basic development of additional 2D element that should be added to IFC model, and 3) mapping method between current 2D standard and IFC2.X2. Following this approach, the interoperability problem between 3D model and 2D drawing can be solved and finally an extended data model could be developed.
NURBS Surface Rendering of Sculpting Effect Using Multiresolution Surface Trimming for Spatial Virtual Design
Kwon, Jeong-Hoon ; Kim, Hee-Jun ; Chai, Young-Ho ;
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 11, issue 6, 2006, Pages 403~411
NURBS surfaces have been widely used in engineering design since it can create a smooth surface using minimal numbers of data. But deformation of the surfaces is quite difficult especially for the detailed modification. Also, NURBS surface deformation processes need many inputs, and it is not easy to be implemented in 3D virtual system. In this paper, both the surface trimming and multi-resolution surface are used for the detailed sculpting including sharp edges of NURBS surface. QuadTree is used to separate cleanly the target surface with the surface for sculpting effect. Simple user strokes are also used for the sculpting target curves and GOMS(Goals, Operators, Methods, Selection Rules) model is applied to verify the efficiency of the proposed sculpting process.
Development of an Information Framework for Representing 3D Object-based Model of Complex Facilities as 2D Drawing - Focusing on the Building Service Objects -
Kang, Byung-Chul ; Choi, Sam-Rak ; Kim, In-Han ; Kim, Hak-Doo ; Kim, Mi-Hui ; Kwon, Jeong-Min ;
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 11, issue 6, 2006, Pages 412~421
Recently, the needs for sharing and exchanging drawing information between 2D and 3D data in complex facilities are well recognized throughout the construction industries. The purpose of this study is to propose an information framework to represent 3D IFC (Industry Foundation Classes) -based drawing of building services in complex facilities as 2D drawing. In this study, 1) attributes of building service objects which are used in 3D CAD system are analyzed and present drawing standards are analyzed, 2) based on the analysis, an information framework is developed to represent 3D model in 2D representation, and 3) further more, to test a compatibility of the information sharing framework, number of standardized APIs and an IFC2Dbrowser are developed during the study.
Machining Speed Enhancement for 5-Axis Milling by Step Length Optimization
So, B.S. ; Jung, Y.H. ;
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 11, issue 6, 2006, Pages 422~428
In this paper, an NC data optimization approach for enhancing 5-axis machining speed is presented. It is usual to use expensive commercial CAD/CAM programs for NC data of 5-axis machining, since it needs very large calculations for optimal tool positioning and orientation, tool path planning, and collision-free tool path generation. Since commercial CAD/CAM systems have similar functions and efficiency based on common algorithms of reliable theories, they do not have their own unique features for machining speed and efficiency. In other words, most commercial CAD/CAM systems consider only the characteristics of part geometry to be machined, which means that they generate almost the same NC data if the part to be machined is the same, even though different machines are used for the pin. A new approach is proposed for optimizing NC data of 5-axis machining, which is based on the characteristics of the machine to be operated. As a result, the speed of 5-axis machining can increase without losing machining accuracy and surface quality.
Harmonization of IFC 3D Building Model Standards and ISO/STEP AP202 Drawing Standards for 2D Shape Data Representation
Won, Ji-Sun ; Lim, Kyoung-Il ; Kim, Seong-Sig ;
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 11, issue 6, 2006, Pages 429~439
The purpose of this study is to support the integration from current 2D drawing-based design to future 3D model-based design. In this paper, an important theme is the combination between the STEP-based 2D drawing standards (i.e., AP202) and the IFC-based 3D building model standards. To achieve the purpose, two methodologies are proposed as follows: the development of IFC extension model for the 2D shape data representation by harmonizing ISO/STEP AP202; and the development of mapping solution between IFC 2D extension model and KOSDIC by constructing the exchange scenario for 2D shape data representation. It is expected that the proposed IFC2X2 2D extension model and mapping solution will offer the basis of development of the integrated standards model in AEC industry.
The Study on the Reduction of Laser Scanning Path Creation Time during Jewellery Pattern Manufacturing
Kim, T.H. ; Kim, S.Y. ; Park, J.D. ; Kim, M.J. ; Jeon, E.C. ;
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 11, issue 6, 2006, Pages 440~446
This study relates to the effect of forming time of injection path on the total process. The whole process can be divided into build process of forming path of injection and after treatment process. The total time required for the whole process could be reduced by reducing the forming time of injection path using SLC file to correct the problems of STL file that is the basic file format for high speed molding devices. First of all, I verify the forming time of injection path according to the conditions of STL file during the formation of injection path. And I verify problems using STL file during formation of injection path. And then I tried to solve problems of STL file by comparing between the formation time of injection path and the existing method using SLC files.
Data Translation from 2D MEMS Design Data by the Removal of Superposed Entity to the 3D CAD Model
Kim, Yong-Sik ; Kim, Jun-Hwan ;
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 11, issue 6, 2006, Pages 447~454
Although there are many needs to use 3D models in MEMS field, it is not easy to generate 3D models based on MEMS CAD. This is because MEMS CAD is based on 2D and their popular format-GDSII file format- has its own limits and problems. The differences between GDSII file format and 3D CAD system, such as (1) superposed modeling, (2) duplicated entity, (3) restricted of entity type, give rise to several problems in data exchange. These limits and problems in GDSII file format have prevented 3D CAD system from generating 3D models from the MEMS CAD. To remove these limits and solve problems, it is important to extract the silhouette of data in the MEMS CAD. The proposed method has two main processes to extract silhouette; one is to extract the pseudo-silhouette from the original 2D MEMS data and the other is to remove useless objects to complete the silhouette. The paper reports on the experience gained in data exchange between 2D MEMS data and 3D models by the proposed method and a case study is presented, which employs the proposed method using MEMS CAD IntelliMask and Solidworks.
Hidden Line Removal for Technical Illustration Based on Visualization Data
Shim, Hyun-Soo ; Choi, Young ; Yang, Sang-Wook ;
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 11, issue 6, 2006, Pages 455~463
Hidden line removal(HLR) algorithms can be devised either in the image space or in the object space. This paper describes a hidden line removal algorithm in the object space specifically for the CAD viewer data. The approach is based on the Appel's 'Quantitative Invisibility' algorithm and fundamental concept of 'back face culling'. Input data considered in this algorithm can be distinguished from those considered for HLR algorithm in general. The original QI algorithm can be applied for the polyhedron models. During preprocessing step of our proposed algorithm, the self intersecting surfaces in the view direction are divided along the silhouette curves so that the QI algorithm can be applied. By this way the algorithm can be used for any triangulated freeform surfaces. A major advantage of this algorithm is the applicability to general CAD models and surface-based visualization data.