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Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering
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Volume 12, Issue 6 - Dec 2007
Volume 12, Issue 5 - Oct 2007
Volume 12, Issue 4 - Aug 2007
Volume 12, Issue 3 - Jun 2007
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Development of a Pipe Modeling System based on the Hull Structural Model Applying the Rapid Pipe Routing Method
Roh, Myung-Il ; Choi, Woo-Young ; Lee, Kyu-Yeul ;
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 12, issue 5, 2007, Pages 321~329
The present pipe modeling method requires detailed inputs from a designer to generate a pipe model, and thus it takes much time for the designer to perform such task. Moreover, the pipe model has no relation with the hull structure. Thus, it is time-consuming and requires much effort if design changes arise. In this study, a generating method that generates quickly many pipes using a pipe tray and a conversion method that converts automatically the pipes into objects related with the hull structure are proposed. A pipe modeling system based on the proposed methods is developed. The applicability of the developed system is demonstrated by applying it to the generation of the pipe model of a deadweight 300,000 ton VLCC(Very Large Crude oil Carrier). The results show that the developed system can quickly generate the pipe model in relation with the hull structure.
Shape and Appearance Repair for Incomplete Point Surfaces
Park, Se-Youn ; Guo, Xiaohu ; Shin, Ha-Yong ; Qin, Hong ;
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 12, issue 5, 2007, Pages 330~343
In this paper, we present a new surface content completion system that can effectively repair both shape and appearance from scanned, incomplete point set inputs. First, geometric holes can be robustly identified from noisy and defective data sets without the need for any normal or orientation information. The geometry and texture information of the holes can then be determined either automatically from the models' context, or manually from users' selection. After identifying the patch that most resembles each hole region, the geometry and texture information can be completed by warping the candidate region and gluing it onto the hole area. The displacement vector field for the exact alignment process is computed by solving a Poisson equation with boundary conditions. Out experiments show that the unified framework, founded upon the techniques of deformable models and PDE modeling, can provide a robust and elegant solution for content completion of defective, complex point surfaces.
A Study on Unifying Topology and Numerical Accuracy in Geometric Modeling: Surface to Surface Intersections
Ko, Kwang-Hee ;
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 12, issue 5, 2007, Pages 344~353
In this paper, we address the problem of robust geometric modeling with emphasis on surface to surface intersections. We consider the topology and the numerical accuracy of an intersection curve to find the best approximation to the exact one. First, we perform the topological configuration of intersection curves, from which we determine the starting and ending points of each monotonic intersection curve segment along with its topological structure. Next, we trace each monotonic intersection curve segment using a validated ODE solver, which provides the error bounds containing the topological structure of the intersection curve and enclosing the exact root without a numerical instance. Then, we choose one approximation curve and adjust it within the bounds by minimizing an objective function measuring the errors from the exact one. Using this process, we can obtain an approximate intersection curve which considers the topology and the numerical accuracy for robust geometric modeling.
Control of Morphological Development and Transformation of Curves
Lee, Joo-Haeng ; Park, Hyung-Jun ;
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 12, issue 5, 2007, Pages 354~365
We present novel methods to generate a sequence of shapes that represents the pattern of morphological development or transformation of Bezier curves. The presented methods utilize the intrinsic geometric structures of a Bezier curve that are derived from rib and fan decomposition (RFD). Morphological development based on RFD shows a characteristic pattern of structural growth of a Bezier curve, which is the direct consequence of development path defined by fans. Morphological transformation based RFD utilizes development patterns of source and target curves to mimic the theory of evolutionary developmental biology: although the source and target curves are quite different in shapes, we can easily find similarities in their younger shapes, which makes it easier to set up feature correspondences for blending them. We also show that further controls on base transformation for intensity of feature blending, and extrapolation can compensate the immaturity of blended curves. We demonstrate the experimental results where transformation patterns are smoother and have unique geometric style that cannot be generated using conventional methods based on multi-linear blending.
A Study on the STEP Modularization of Civil Engineering Elements of "ISO 10303 AP241: Generic Model for Lifecycle Support of AEC Facilities"
Byon, Su-Jin ; An, Kyung-Ik ; Kim, In-Han ;
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 12, issue 5, 2007, Pages 366~375
Although the STEP modularization is the major development methodology for STEP Application Protocol, there have been few studies on the STEP Modularization in Korea. The necessity of STEP Modularization research has been raised continuously. In addition, the importance became larger and larger because most of newly developing APs, including AP241, are developed using modularization approach. The object of this study is to investigate the basic structure and contents of AEC facilities related Application Modules using STEP Modularization. This study examines 1) the technical analysis regarding STEP Modularization, 2) application modules development regarding civil engineering elements of AP241; Aec_faciliteis_classification", "Aec_civil_item", and "Aec_civil_componet", 3) the developed application modules verification, and 4) the implementation methodology suggestion for application modules and modular AP.
The Optimized Design Method of Vehicle for Weight-Reduction
Lee, Jeong-Ick ;
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 12, issue 5, 2007, Pages 376~381
The geometric configuration in the weight-reduced structure is very required to be started from the conceptual design with low cost, high performance and quality. In this point, a structural-topological shape concerned with conceptual design of structure is important. The method used in this paper combines three optimization techniques, where the shape and physical dimensions of the structure and material distribution are hierachically optimized, with the maximum rigidity of structure and lightweight.
The Efficient Management of Digital Virtual Factory Objects Using Classification and Coding System
Kim, Yu-Seok ; Kang, Hyoung-Seok ; Noh, Sang-Do ;
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 12, issue 5, 2007, Pages 382~394
Nowadays, manufacturing industries undergo constantly growing pressures for global competitions, and they must shorten time and cost in product development and production to response varied customers' requirements. Digital virtual manufacturing is a technology that can facilitate effective product development and agile production by using digital models representing the physical and logical schema and the behavior of real manufacturing systems including products, processes, manufacturing resources and plants. For successful applications of this technology, a digital virtual factory as a well-designed and integrated environment is essential. In this paper, we developed a new classification and coding system for effective managements of digital virtual factory objects, and implement a supporting application to verify and apply it. Furthermore, a digital virtual factory layout management system based on the classification and coding system has developed using XML, Visual Basic.NET and FactoryCAD. By some case studies for automotive general assembly shops of a Korean automotive company, efficient management of factory objects and reduction of time and cost in digital virtual factory constructions are possible.
Editing Design Features Constrained by Feature Depedencies
Woo, Yoon-Hwan ;
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 12, issue 5, 2007, Pages 395~404
Feature-based modeling and history-based modeling are the two main paradigms that are used in most of current CAD systems. Although these modeling paradigms make it easier for designers to create solid model, it may pose dependency constraints on features that are interacting one with another. When editing such features, these constraints often cause unpredictable and unacceptable results. For example, when a parent feature is deleted, the child features of the parent feature are also deleted. This entails re-generations of the deleted features, which requires additional modeling time. In order to complement this situation, we propose a method to delete only the features of interest by disconnecting the dependency constraints. This method can provide designers with more efficient way of model modification.