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Volume 15, Issue 6 - Dec 2010
Volume 15, Issue 5 - Oct 2010
Volume 15, Issue 4 - Aug 2010
Volume 15, Issue 3 - Jun 2010
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A VR-based Tile Display System for the Distributed Visualization
Cha, Moo-Hyun ; Lee, Jae-Kyung ; Hwang, Jin-Sang ; Han, Soon-Hung ;
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 15, issue 3, 2010, Pages 167~177
In recent years, the use of high-resolution tiled display system which does not have restrictions on the size of the screen and implements various layout of tile is increasing in order to evaluate the digital mock-up in physical scale or explore large engineering data set in detail. In this study, we developed multi-channel distributed visualization system which provides a virtual reality-based visual contents using 3D open-source graphics engine. Efficient data structures and exchange methods were proposed as a scene synchronization technology in PC cluster environments. DLP-Cube based tiled visualization system which provides
layout of display wall was developed and we validated our approach using this system. In addition, we introduced integrated control program that administrates PC cluster environment in remote and controls the layout of display channels.
A Study on Intersection Computation in Interval Arithmetic
Ko, Kwang-Hee ;
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 15, issue 3, 2010, Pages 178~188
This paper addresses the problem of determining if two surfaces intersect tangentially or transversally in a mathematically consistent manner and approximating an intersection curve. When floating point arithmetic is used in the computation, due to the limited precision, it often happens that the decision for tangential and transversal intersection is not clear cut. To handle this problem, in this paper, interval arithmetic is proposed to use, which provides a mathematically consistent way for such decision. After the decision, the intersection is traced using the validated ODE solver, which runs in interval arithmetic. Then an iterative method is used for computing the accurate intersection point at a given arc-length of the intersection curve. The computed intersection points are then approximated by using a B-spline curve, which is provided as one instance of intersection curve for further geometric processing. Examples are provided to demonstrate the proposed method.
The Conceptual Design of Semi-submersible Type Mobile Harbor Using Axiomatic Design Principles
Lee, Joo-Hee ; Yoon, Seong-Jin ; Chung, Hyun ; Lee, Phill-Seung ;
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 15, issue 3, 2010, Pages 189~203
The axiomatic design principles are applied to the conceptual design of semi-submersible type mobile harbor (B1). The process of how the design of mobile harbor is elaborated, evaluated and improved from the very beginning is presented in this paper. The concept of mobile harbor is a functional harbor, which can move to a container ship anchoring out of ports in the deep water to load/unload containers on sea and transfer them to their destination ports. This floating system will innovate the maritime transport and distribution since it will greatly enhance the accessibility of super-sized container ships to existing harbors and harbors without enough infrastructures. Designing a mobile system which can perform the functions of traditional harbors on the floating system requires innovative ideas as well as rigorous validations of each sub systems. In order to enhance the chance of design success, we try to satisfy the design axioms in early stage of conceptual design. We use the zigzagging process for defining Functional Requirements (FR)-Design Parameters (DP) hierarchy due to the complexity of the system. In other words, we decomposed the complexity of the design by FR-DP hierarchy and reduced coupled design logically and systematically. This paper shows applicability of the axiomatic design principles to the field of ocean systems engineering.
Execution Technology for Collaborative Business Process among Manufacturing Enterprises
Kim, Hyun-Woo ; Kim, Bo-Hyun ; Baek, Jae-Yong ; Jung, So-Young ; Choi, Hon-Zong ;
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 15, issue 3, 2010, Pages 204~211
Recently, business process management has become an important concept to define and execute business process. During the execution of the collaborative business processes defined by the consensus with manufacturing enterprises, a lot of variations can be occurred by various internal and external factors related to business. From this reason, manufacturing enterprises have tried to seek for a technology to define and execute the collaborative business process systematically under the dynamic situations approving process variation. This study defines the collaborative business process among manufacturing enterprises at first and proposes its execution technology under the dynamic situations. Here, the proposed execution technology includes the authority management of each process, sub-process, and activity for security, the forced execution of the incomplete process containing the undefined sub-process, the re-execution in a certain range of business process for correcting errors, and the dynamic selection of sub-process. Furthermore, this study implements a prototype system to check the validity of its application under the dynamic situations.
Kinematic Template Generation Methodology for 3D JIG Models
Ko, Min-Suk ; Kwak, Jong-Geun ; Wang, Gi-Nam ; Park, Sang-Chul ;
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 15, issue 3, 2010, Pages 212~221
Proposed in the paper is a methodology to generate kinematic template for 3D JIG models. Recently, according to increase of the rate of automatic facility in manufacturing system, the 3D manufacturing and verification research and development have been issued. So, unlike in the past, moving 3D facilities are very various like JIGs, turn table, AS/RS worked in the automated manufacturing industry. Because 3D mesh models are used in these kinds of 3D simulation, users have to define the kinematic information manually. This 3D mesh data doesn't have parametric information and design history of the 3D model unlike the design level data. So, it is lighter than 3D design level data and more efficient to render on the 3D virtual manufacturing environment. But, when user wants to find a common axis located between the links, the parameter information of the model has to reconstruct for defining kinematic construction. It takes a long time and very repetitive to define an axis and makes a joint using 3D mesh data and it is non-intuitive task for user. This paper proposed template model that provides kinematic information of the JIG. This model is kinds of a state diagram to describe a relation between links. So, this model can be used for a kinematic template to the JIG which has a same mechanism. The template model has to be registered in the template library to use in the future, after user made the model of the specific type of the 3D JIG model.
Torque Profile Measuring and Sensibility Evaluation of a Haptic Device
Jun, Cha-Soo ; Choo, Heon-Seong ; Park, Se-Hyung ; Kim, Lae-Hyun ; Shin, Sang-Kyun ;
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 15, issue 3, 2010, Pages 222~233
Developed in this research is a TP (tangible prototyping) system, which consists of two modules; (1) a virtual reality model to evaluate the functions and appearance of the product, and (2) a haptic device to emulate tactile and kinesthetic properties of mechanical dial knobs. As an example, a washing machine is modeled using a commercial CAD system and transformed in VRML and X3D formats. Some dynamic behaviors and kinematic characteristics are programmed using X3D script and Java. Various haptic behaviors of the dial are generated by modulating torque profile according to the rotation angle. A torque profile measuring system is developed to evaluate the behaviors of the haptic dial physically. Haptic sensibility evaluations are accomplished using the TP by semantic differential method.
Construction of 3D Geometric Surface Model from Laminated CT Images for the Pubis
Hwang, Ho-Jin ; Mun, Du-Hwan ; Hwang, Jin-Sang ;
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 15, issue 3, 2010, Pages 234~242
3D CAD technology has been extended to a medical area including dental clinic beyond industrial design. The 2D images obtained by CT(Computerized Tomography) and MRI(Magnetic Resonance Imaging) are not intuitive, and thus the volume rendering technique, which transforms 2D data into 3D anatomic information, has been in practical use. This paper has focused on a method and its implementation for forming 3D geometric surface model from laminated CT images of the pubis. The implemented system could support a dental clinic to observe and examine the status of a patient's pubis before implant surgery. The supplement of 3D implant model would help dental surgeons settle operation plans more safely and confidently. It also would be utilized with teaching materials for a practice and training.
A Simplification Method for Feature-based Solid Models
Son, Tae-Geun ; Sheen, Dong-Pyoung ; Myung, Dae-Kwang ; Ryu, Cheol-Ho ; Lee, Sang-Hun ; Lee, Kun-Woo ;
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 15, issue 3, 2010, Pages 243~252
This paper describes a new practical simplification method for feature-based solid models. In this approach, a solid model created using feature modeling operations is first simplified by the suppression of detailed features, and then, if necessary, the model is converted to a surface model to facilitate its modification. Finally, the simplified surface model is delivered to analysis packages. The algorithm was implemented based on CATIA V.5 and applied to mid-surface generation of plastic parts for structural analysis to prove the validity and usefulness.