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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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Offsetting Curves Using Trigonometric Splines for Contour Cutting
Gu, Jiu-long ; Yun, Jae-Deuk ; Jung, Yoong-Ho ;
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 15, issue 4, 2010, Pages 253~260
This paper presents algorithms for computing offsets of freeform curves. The approach first divides the original curve into several segments at the inflexion points. Based on the obtained new control polygon and its offsets, quadratic trigonometric splines are constructed to approximate the offset curves. Finally, the shape parameter value of trigonometric spline is determined to satisfy the required tolerance. The degree of the output curve is two, independent of the original curve's degree. Because of the great controllability, the proposed method can generate a completely overestimating offset curve by adjusting the value of the shape parameter, which guarantees no overcutting in NC machining. Furthermore, it also produces the lowest number of control points compared with other works.
A Study on Cost-Benefit Analysis of BIM-based Integrated Design Process in Korean Architectural Offices
Seo, Ji-Hyo ; Choo, Seung-Yeon ;
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 15, issue 4, 2010, Pages 261~270
These days, architectural projects are becoming larger and more complex. And lots of information occurs through each phases and areas. For these reason, it is emphasized that collaboration with other parts. Therefore we need more effective architectural design process. However, it is difficult to collaborate in early stage with existing design process and it causes unnecessary spending of time and cost because of 2D-based working system. For solving these problem, we should introduce BIM-based Integrated Design Process which makes it possible to collaborate with other parts from early stage. Now the AEC industry in Korea has been trying to introduce BIM, and promoting variety of related business. However, for actual application of this system, it is unfortunately necessary to change various system throughout the construction industry. And this will cause lots of effort and expense. It is essential that scientific analysis and evaluation of efficiency and validity about this investment, because estimation of the investment and accompanying effects will provide reasonable standard of judgment for investment decision. Thus, this research conducted Cost-Benefit Analysis about BIM-based Integrated Design Process compared to existing design process. It is expected that this paper can be used for preliminary data in the future BIM market.
A Synthetic Enviornment Based Engagement Simulation Model
Park, Sang-Chul ; Seong, Kil-Young ;
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 15, issue 4, 2010, Pages 271~278
Weapon systems for future war require operating various war scenarios that are getting complex. Similarly, modeling and simulation technique is getting attention to acquire more effective weapon systems. Several S/W tools exist for simulating small scale engagements which depict a kind of war. However, it is very hard to model combat objects more systematic, and reuse them. To overcome these difficulties, this paper presents a modeling methodology for simulating small scale engagement using the DEVS-formalism. In this paper, we systematically classified and defined combat objects, likewise, explain a framework for a small scale combat simulation.
Submarine Diving Simulation Using a DEVS-HLA Interface based on the Combined Discrete Event and Discrete Time Simulation Model Architecture
Cha, Ju-Hwan ; Ha, Sol ; Roh, Myung-Il ; Lee, Kyu-Yeul ;
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 15, issue 4, 2010, Pages 279~288
In this paper, a DEVS(Discrete EVent Systems Specification)-HLA(High Level Architecture) interface was developed in order to perform the simulation using the combined discrete event and discrete time simulation model architecture in a distributed environment. The developed interface connects the combined simulation model with the HLA/RTI(Run-Time Infrastructure) which is an international standard middleware for distributed simulation. The interface consists of an interface model, a model interpreter, and a distributed environment interpreter. The interface model was defined by using the combined simulation architecture in order to easily connect the existing combined simulation model without modification with the HLA/RTI. The model interpreter takes charge of data transmission between the interface model and the combined simulation model. The distributed environment interpreter takes charge of data transmission between the interface model and the HLA/RTI. To evaluate the applicability of the developed interface, it was applied to the diving simulation of a submarine in a distributed environment. The result shows that a simulation result in a distributed environment using the interface is the same to the result in a single computing environment.
A Study on Open BIM based Building Energy Evaluation based on Quantitative Factors
Kim, In-han ; Jin, Jin ; Choi, Jung-Sik ;
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 15, issue 4, 2010, Pages 289~296
Energy consumption by buildings accounts for a large part of the world‘s energy consumption. Methods to analyze building energy consumption before construction have been studied for decades. With BIM (Building Information Modeling) technology, architects can easily export building information to data models in order to analyze the design‘s effect on building energy efficiency. Although several BIM-based energy simulation applications are currently available, utilizing these applications for energy efficiency simulation is difficult. In this paper, by comparing existing BIM-based energy applications, the authors test the building energy efficiencies estimated by some BIM models, offer ideas and solutions to problems that appeared during the test process and propose new methods for BIM-based energy evaluation based on quantitative factors.
3D Generic Vertebra Model for Computer Aided Diagnosis
Lee, Ju-Sung ; Baek, Seung-Yeob ; Lee, Kun-Woo ;
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 15, issue 4, 2010, Pages 297~305
Medical image acquisition techniques such as CT and MRI have disadvantages in that the numerous time and efforts are needed. Furthermore, a great amount of radiation exposure is an inherent proberty of the CT imaging technique, a number of side-effects are expected from such method. To improve such conventional methods, a number of novel methods that can obtain 3D medical images from a few X-ray images, such as algebraic reconstruction technique (ART), have been developed. Such methods deform a generic model of the internal body part and fit them into the X-ray images to obtain the 3D model; the initial shape, therefore, affects the entire fitting process in a great deal. From this fact, we propose a novel method that can generate a 3D vertebraic generic model based on the statistical database of CT scans in this study. Moreover, we also discuss a method to generate patient-tailored generic model using the facts obtained from the statistical analysis. To do so, the mesh topologies of CT-scanned 3D vertebra models are modified to be identical to each other, and the database is constructed based on them. Furthermore, from the results of a statistical analysis on the database, the tendency of shape distribution is characterized, and the modeling parameters are extracted. By using these modeling parameters for generating the patient-tailored generic model, the computational speed and accuracy of ART can greatly be improved. Furthermore, although this study only includes an application to the C1 (Atlas) vertebra, the entire framework of our method can be applied to other body parts generally. Therefore, it is expected that the proposed method can benefit the various medical imaging applications.
Acceleration based Passenger Evacuation Simulation Considering Rotation of Passenger on Horizontal Plane
Park, Kwang-Phil ; Cho, Yoon-Ok ; Ha, Sol ; Lee, Kyu-Yeul ;
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 15, issue 4, 2010, Pages 306~313
In this paper, an acceleration based passenger evacuation simulation is performed. In order to describe a passenger‘s behavior in an evacuation situation, a passenger is modeled as a rigid body which translates in the horizontal plane and rotates along the vertical axis. The position and rotation angle of a passenger are calculated by solving the dynamic equations of motions at each time step. The destination force, the contact force, and the group force are considered as external forces and the moments due to each force are also considered. With the passenger model proposed in this paper, the test problems in International Maritime Organization, Maritime Safety Committee/Circulation 1238(IMO MSC/Circ.1238) are implemented and the effects of passenger rotation on the evacuation time are confirmed.
A Study on BIM based Remodeling Architectural Design Process for Apartments
Lee, Sang-Heon ; Min, Byung-Jik ; Kim, In-Ki ; Nam, Sang-Chul ; Kang, Sung-Duk ; Jun, Han-Jong ;
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 15, issue 4, 2010, Pages 314~323
The domestic construction industry in the last 30 to 40 years has accumulated a large stock of buildings that are quickly and there physical age is quickly becoming apparent. Contemporary changes in architecture are fueling changes driven by the increased demand for these new services and facilities. The cost of energy and raw materials are on the rise, and dealing with the waist generated from the creation of new buildings is an emerging problem in the industry today. Thus, building remodeling has emerged as an alternative do to its increased efficiency regarding material usage. The participation of users in the development stages of a remodeling project is essential to its effective implementation in projects. The BIM model used for the design process of building remodeling is the most effective way, due to the increased efficiency gained in many areas. This study will examine a pilot project where a BIM based process was used in the remodeling of an apartment.