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Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering
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Volume 14, Issue 6 - Dec 2009
Volume 14, Issue 5 - Oct 2009
Volume 14, Issue 4 - Aug 2009
Volume 14, Issue 3 - Jun 2009
Volume 14, Issue 2 - Apr 2009
Volume 14, Issue 1 - Feb 2009
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Application Status of Domestic Architectural Industry of Open BIM and Development Direction
Choi, Jung-Sik ; Kim, In-Han ; Jo, Chan-Won ; Choi, Joong-Hyun ;
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 14, issue 6, 2009, Pages 355~363
The purpose of this study is to suggest development direction of open BIM. To achieve this purpose, the authors have investigated application status and current problems of open BIM through question survey to design firm which is introducing or plan BIM. In addition, the authors have suggested improvement way about current problems of BIM application such as BIM standard guide, reference of practical application examples, BIM library, data interoperability between software, improvement of BIM software function and performance that is deducted through question survey.
Synthesis of Human Body Shape for Given Body Sizes using 3D Body Scan Data
Jang, Tae-Ho ; Baek, Seung-Yeob ; Lee, Kun-Woo ;
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 14, issue 6, 2009, Pages 364~373
In this paper, we suggest the method for constructing parameterized human body model which has any required body sizes from 3D scan data. Because of well developed 3D scan technology, we can get more detailed human body model data which allow to generate precise human model. In this field, there are a lot of research is performed with 3D scan data. But previous researches have some limitations to make human body model. They need too much time to perform hole-filling process or calculate parameterization of model. Even more they missed out verification process. To solve these problems, we used several methods. We first choose proper 125 3D scan data from 5th Korean body size survey of Size Korea according to age, height and weight. We also did post process, feature point setting, RBF interpolation and align, to parameterize human model. Then principal component analysis is adapted to the result of post processed data to obtain dominant shape parameters. These steps allow to reduce process time without loss of accuracy. Finally, we compare these results and statistical data of Size Korea to verify our parameterized human model.
Simulation of Block Logistics at a Big Shipyard
Song, Chang-Sub ; Kang, Yong-Woo ;
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 14, issue 6, 2009, Pages 374~381
To meet the soaring demand recently, South Korea big shipbuilders are examining two things. One is new investment in plant and equipment. The other is replacement of production resources. Considering plant & equipment investment and replacement of production resources, even if actual production ability would be enough, the real output could be affected by limitation of logistics with lack of analysis. As we set up big shipyard in virtual space, we could perform actual production by using confirm production plan in virtual space. We've analyzed the load of block stock, load of road and load of transporter for logistics effects are followed by production increase. This research is to determine the possible problems of those analyzed results and to present the resolution using the current layout. And then modified yard layout, we reanalyzed previous three logistics effects. This simulation model could help administrator to make rational decision for changing yard layout.
Development of Data Mining System for Ship Design using Combined Genetic Programming with Self Organizing Map
Lee, Kyung-Ho ; Park, Jong-Hoon ; Han, Young-Soo ; Choi, Si-Young ;
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 14, issue 6, 2009, Pages 382~389
Recently, knowledge management has been required in companies as a tool of competitiveness. Companies have constructed Enterprise Resource Planning(ERP) system in order to manage huge knowledge. But, it is not easy to formalize knowledge in organization. We focused on data mining system by genetic programming(GP). Data mining system by genetic programming can be useful tools to derive and extract the necessary information and knowledge from the huge accumulated data. However when we don't have enough amounts of data to perform the learning process of genetic programming, we have to reduce input parameter(s) or increase number of learning or training data. In this study, an enhanced data mining method combining Genetic Programming with Self organizing map, that reduces the number of input parameters, is suggested. Experiment results through a prototype implementation are also discussed.
A Study on the Development of the Problem Improvement Directions in Enhancing 3D BIM Data Interoperability through IFC
Kim, Ji-Won ; Lee, Min-Cheol ; Choi, Jeong-Min ; Ock, Jong-Ho ;
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 14, issue 6, 2009, Pages 390~403
Construction industries have increasingly utilized Building information Modeling (BIM) technologies. Interoperability - the capability for BIM data to run from one computer application to another in the life cycle of a project - has become one of the principal research areas. Enhancing interoperability inevitably requires information structures that are standardized throughout the construction industries. As a candidate of the data exchange standard, Industry Foundation Classes (IFC) has been developed and several researches recently performed to measure its richness of digital data exchange. But doubts have been brought up whether IFC meets a sufficient level of interoperability since the research result revealed a number of cases of information misrepresentation and loss. This research presents the lessons learned from the interoperability tests of three widely used 3D design applications including Graphisoft's Archicad, Autodesk's Revit, and Bentley's Bentley Architecture. One building's architectural and structural design data were modeled with the three tools and exchanged through IFC respectively for interoperability test.
3D Shape Descriptor with Interatomic Distance for Screening the Molecular Database
Lee, Jae-Ho ; Park, Joon-Young ;
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 14, issue 6, 2009, Pages 404~414
In the computational molecular analysis, 3D structural comparison for protein searching plays a very important role. As protein databases have been grown rapidly in size, exhaustive search methods cannot provide satisfactory performance. Because exhaustive search methods try to handle the structure of protein by using sphere set which is converted from atoms set, the similarity calculation about two sphere sets is very expensive. Instead, the filter-and-refine paradigm offers an efficient alternative to database search without compromising the accuracy of the answers. In recent, a very fast algorithm based on the inter-atomic distance has been suggested by Ballester and Richard. Since they adopted the moments of distribution with inter-atomic distance between atoms which are rotational invariant, they can eliminate the structure alignment and orientation fix process and perform the searching faster than previous methods. In this paper, we propose a new 3D shape descriptor. It has properties of the general shape distribution and useful property in screening the molecular database. We show some experimental results for the validity of our method.
A Study of Efficient Method of 3D JIG Kinematic Modeling for Automobile Process Simulation
Ko, Min-Suk ; Kwak, Jong-Geun ; Jo, Hee-Won ; Park, Chang-Mok ; Wang, Gi-Nam ; Park, Sang-Cheul ;
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 14, issue 6, 2009, Pages 415~423
Because of the fast changing car design and increasing facilities, manufacturing process of cars is getting more complex now a days. Particularly, car manufacturing system that consist of automated devices, applies various simulation techniques to validate device motion and detect collision. To cope with this problem, traditional manufacturing system deployed test-run with the real devices. However, increased computing power in a contemporary manufacturing system changes it into realistic 3D simulation environment. Similarly, managed device data that was generated using 2D traditionally, can be converted to 3D realistic simulation. The existing problem with 3D simulation is disjoint data interaction between different work stations. Consequently, JIGs, fixing the car part accurately, are changed according to fixing position on the part or a part shape properties. In practice, the 3D JIG data has to be managed according to kinematic information, but not of its features. However, generating kinematic information to the 3D model repeatedly according to frequent change in part is not explained in current literatures. To fill this knowledge gap, this paper suggests an improving method of rendering 3D JIG kinematics information to simulation model. Thereafter, it shows the result of implementation.
Design and Prototype Implementation of the Curved Plates Flow Tracking and Monitoring System using RFID
Noh, Jac-Kyou ; Shin, Jong-Gye ;
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 14, issue 6, 2009, Pages 424~433
In order to improve productivity and efficiency of ship production process, production technology converged with Information Technology can be considered. Mid-term scheduling based on long-term schedule of ship building and execution planning based on short-term production schedule have an important role in ship production processes and techniques. However, data used in the scheduling are from the experiences of the past, cognitive, and often inaccurate, moreover the updates of the data by formatted documents are not being performed efficiently. This paper designs the tracking and monitoring system for the curved plates forming process with shop level. At first step to it, we redefine and analyze the curved plates forming process by using SysML. From the definition and analysis of the curved plates forming process, we design the system with respect to operational view considering operational environment and interactions between systems included and scenario about operation, and with respect to system view considering functionalities and interfaces of the system. In order to study the feasibility of the system designed, a prototype of the system has been implemented with 13.56 MHz RHD hardware and application software.