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Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering
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Volume 13, Issue 6 - Dec 2008
Volume 13, Issue 5 - Oct 2008
Volume 13, Issue 4 - Aug 2008
Volume 13, Issue 3 - Jun 2008
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Classification of Ontology Integration and Ontology-based Semantic Integration of PLM Object
Kwak, Jung-Ae ; Yong, Hwan-Seung ; Choi, Sang-Su ;
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 13, issue 3, 2008, Pages 163~174
In this paper, for integrating of data on car parts we model information of parts that PDM system manages. Ontology of car parts applies existing ontology mapping research to integrate into car ontology. We propose a method for semantic integration of PLM object of MEMPHIS based on the integrated ontology. Through our method, we introduce C# ontology model to apply existing C# applications with ontology. We also classify ontology integration into three through examples and explain them. While semantically integrating PLM objects based on the integrated ontology, we explain the need for change of PLM object type and describe the process of change for PLM object type by examples.
A Study on Product Information Exchange between Heterogeneous Systems including Commercial PDM Systems
Yang, Tae-Ho ; Yoon, Tae-Hyuck ; Choi, Sang-Su ; Noh, Sang-Do ;
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 13, issue 3, 2008, Pages 175~186
For the success to PLM in manufacturing industries, the creation, management and coordination of all product-related information are essential, and the exchange of product information and data has become an important part of the product development. In this paper, we define the neutral schema, and it refers to PLM Services. Based on this neutral schema, we develop the PLM Integrator to exchange product information and data between diverse heterogeneous systems including PDM systems. We apply the PLM Integrator developed in this paper to commercial PDM systems such as SmarTeam, Teamcenter Engineering and MEMPHIS which is a data exchange middleware system for VR applications. By implementations, exchanges of product information and data can be done without loss of information. Also, the PLM Integrator can upload and download product information, data and related files. The result of this paper can not only reduce unnecessary efforts for data exchanging between different information systems including PDM/PLM systems but also provide a collaborative environment for PLM.
The Design and Implementation of Implicit Object Classes for Geometric Modeling System
Park, Sang-Kun ; Chung, Seong-Youb ;
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 13, issue 3, 2008, Pages 187~199
This paper describes a C++ class hierarchy of implicit objects for geometry modeling and processing. This class structure provides a software kernel for integrating many various models and methods found in current implicit modeling areas. The software kernel includes primitive objects playing a role of unit element in creating a complex shape, and operator objects used to construct more complex shape of implicit object formed with the primitive objects and other operators. In this paper, class descriptions of these objects are provided to better understand the details of the algorithm or implementation, and its instance examples to show the capabilities of the object classes for constructive shape geometry. In addition, solid modeling system shown as an application example demonstrates that the proposed implicit object classes allow us to carry out modern solid modeling techniques, which means they have the capabilities to extend to various applications.
Extracting 3D Geometry Parameters of Hip Joint for Designing a Custom-Made Hip Implant
Seo, Jeong-Woo ; Jun, Yong-Tae ;
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 13, issue 3, 2008, Pages 200~208
Total Hip Replacement(THR) is a surgical procedure that replaces a diseased hip joint with a prosthesis. A plastic or metal cup forms the socket, and the head of the femur is replaced by a metal ball on a stem placed inside the femur. Due to the various types and shapes of human hip joint of every individual, a selected commercial implant sometimes may not be the best-fit to a patient, or it cannot be applied because of its discrepancy. Hence extracting geometry parameters of hip joint is one of the most crucial processes in designing custom-made implants. This paper describes the framework of a methodology to extract the geometric parameters of the hip joint. The parameters include anatomical axis, femoral head, head offset length, femoral neck, neck shaft angle, anteversion, acetabulum, and canal flare index. The proposed system automatically recommends the size and shape of a custom-made hip implant with respect to the patient's individual anatomy from 3D models of hip structures. The proposed procedure creating these custom-made implants with some typical examples is precisely presented and discussed in this paper.
Design Evaluation of Portable Electronic Products Using AR-Based Interaction and Simulation
Park, Hyung-Jun ; Moon, Hee-Cheol ;
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 13, issue 3, 2008, Pages 209~216
This paper presents a novel approach to design evaluation of portable consumer electronic (PCE) products using augmented reality (AR) based tangible interaction and functional behavior simulation. In the approach, the realistic visualization is acquired by overlaying the rendered image of a PCE product on the real world environment in real-time using computer vision based augmented reality. For tangible user interaction in an AR environment, the user creates input events by touching specified regions of the product-type tangible object with the pointer-type tangible object. For functional behavior simulation, we adopt state transition methodology to capture the functional behavior of the product into a markup language-based information model, and build a finite state machine (FSM) to controls the transition between states of the product based on the information model. The FSM is combined with AR-based tangible objects whose operation in the AR environment facilitates the realistic visualization and functional simulation of the product, and thus realizes faster product design and development. Based on the proposed approach, a product design evaluation system has been developed and applied for the design evaluation of various PCE products with highly encouraging feedbacks from users.
Retrieval of Assembly Model Data Using Parallel Web Services
Kim, Byung-Chul ; Han, Soon-Hung ;
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 13, issue 3, 2008, Pages 217~226
Web Services for CAD (WSC) aims at interoperation with CAD systems based on Web Services. This paper introduces one part of WSC which enables remote users to retrieve assembly model data using Web Services. However, retrieving assembly model data takes long time. To resolve this problem, this paper proposes using parallel Web Services. As assembly models comprise a set of part models, it is easy to separate the problem domain into smaller problems. In addition, Web Services inherently supports distributed computing. This characteristic makes the parallel processing of Web Services easy. Firstly, the implementation of WSC which retrieves assembly model data based parallel Web Services is shown. And then, for the comparison, the experiments on the retrieval of assembly model data based on single Web Services and parallel Web Services are shown.
Development of Integrated System for Safety Assessment of Damaged Ship
Lee, Soon-Sup ; Lee, Dong-Kon ;
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 13, issue 3, 2008, Pages 227~234
The number of marine accidents have been decreased since various equipments for navigation control have been introduced to the marine vessels. However, disastrous marine accidents such as ship collisions are occurred more frequently. Therefore, IMO(International Maritime Organization) is enforcing the design requirement of structural strength for marine vessel. Also EU countries are developing new design methodologies and design tools to suggest the design guidance which can minimize the damage of commercial vessels in case of marine collision accidents. In this study, an integrated design system for the safety assessment has been presented to enhance the safety of damaged ships in marine collision accidents. The architecture of system is described by use-cases and IDEF functional analysis. Then an integrated system for safety assessment of damaged ship which is considering both damage stability and structural safety has been developed to support the ship design in early stage.
A Study on Quality Improvement Method for Manufacturing Process Plan
Kim, In-Ho ;
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 13, issue 3, 2008, Pages 235~242
This paper proposes a method for improving the process plan quality by use of dimensional tolerances. Dimensioning and tolerancing plays a key role in manufacturing process plan because the final part must ensure conformance with the dimensions and tolerances in its drawing. As a first step for the improvement of process plan quality, two resultant tolerances in design and process plan should be compared each other, and so a tolerance chart is used for acquisition and comparison of the two tolerances. In addition to two kinds of design and manufacturing tolerances, operational sequences or paths for the resultant dimension and tolerance are additionally recognized for measuring the quality of process plan quantitatively. Rooted tree is applied to find the related paths for the manufacturing resultant tolerances. A quality coefficient is defined by the components of two tolerances and their relations, the paths related to manufacturing resultant tolerances and the difficulty of an operation. In order to improve the quality of manufacturing process plan, the paths that two kinds of tolerances are the same or different in the rooted tree are recognized respectively and a method for tolerance rearrangement is developed. A procedure for improving the quality is suggested by combining the coefficient and the tolerance rearrangement method. A case study is applied to illustrate the efficiency of improvement method.