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Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering
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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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Generative Design System based on Environment Analysis
Ji, Seung-Yeul ; Jun, Han-Jong ;
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 15, issue 6, 2010, Pages 403~410
This paper is aimed at the development of a theoretical framework that addresses practical applications of generative design system that have been observed in architectural practice. Existing theoretical frameworks are not aimed at addressing this specific use of parametric tools but do provide a set of key themes. Based on these themes a generative design system is presented here as a means for tackling architectural design development tasks. This is then used in order to examine a case study; the generative design system tasks involved in the design development and documentation of the Olympic Stadium in Germany. The findings from this examination are used to discuss proposals and implications for a practical framework for generative design in architecture.
Automation of 3 Dimensional Beam Modeling based on Finite Element Formulation for Elastic Boom of a Floating Crane
Park, Kwang-Phil ; Cha, Ju-Hwan ; Lee, Kyu-Yeul ; Ham, Seung-Ho ;
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 15, issue 6, 2010, Pages 411~417
In this paper, the boom of a floating crane is modeled as a 3-dimensional elastic beam in order to analyze the dynamic response of the crane and its cargo. The boom is divided into more than two elements based on finite element formulation, and deformation of each element is expressed in terms of shape matrix and nodal coordinates. The equations of motion for the elastic boom consist of a mass matrix, a stiffness matrix, and a quadratic velocity vector that contains the gyroscopic and Coriolis forces. The size and complicity of the matrices increase in proportion with the number of elements. Therefore, it is not possible to derive the equations of motion explicitly for different number of elements. To overcome this difficulty, matrices for one 3-dimensional element are expressed with elementary sub-matrices. In particular, the quadratic velocity vector is derived as a product of a shape matrix and a 3-dimensional rotation matrix. By using the derived matrices, the equations of motion for the multi-element boom are automatically constructed. To verify the implementation of the elastic boom based on finite element formulation, we simulated a simple vibration of the elastic boom and compared the average deformation with the analytic solution. Finally, heave motion of the floating crane and surge motion of the cargo are presented as application examples of the elastic boom.
A CAM to CAE Interface for PCB based on Analysis of the Design Process
Song, Il-Hwan ; Shin, Su-Chul ; Oh, Dae-Woong ; Kim, Min-Sung ; Han, Soon-Hung ;
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 15, issue 6, 2010, Pages 418~424
For an engineering analysis to predict a bending of PCB by heat, geometry information from CAM data should be transferred to CAE system. But because this work is done by people, not computer, in PCB manufacturing company, it takes too much time, makes many errors and a result is unreliable. To solve these problems, we analyze a working process of company, then develop a CAM to CAE interface to translate a CAM data into a data to be input into a CAE system automatically.
Implementation of PLM Functional and Architecture between ETO Shipbuilding and ATO Industries
Kim, Seung-Hyun ; Jeon, Jung-Ik ; Lee, Jang-Hyun ; Lee, Won-Joon ;
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 15, issue 6, 2010, Pages 425~439
The current challenge with which most shipyards are forced is to reduce the design time and the time-to-delivery because of explosive order of shipbuilding. Collaborative design and product data management have become important to reduce the lead time. Furthermore, enterprise information technologies such as ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning), SCM (Supply Chain management), and APS (Advanced Planning System) requires the collaborative environment. Also, manufacturing environment has been considered as a topic of strategic interest to get shorter product lifecycles in shipyards. Most shipyards have chosen an environment of ETO (Engineering To Order) strategy which designs and produces new products in response to various requirements of customer, rules and regulations. In the ATO (Assemble 10 Order) environment, most component parts have been designed to be procured or produced on the order requirement. The basic distinction between the ETO and ATO is the timing of the design. Thus in the ATO environment, it is more flexible in reducing the lead time to meet the specified requirements of customers. However, the ETO strategy requires new ship design process and ship product structures that are linked with the implementation of PLM. And, the function and architecture of current PLM solution has been designed based upon ATO environment properly. This paper presents the PLM architecture which effectively reflects the characteristics of shipbuilding. 4-layer architecture model is suggested to implement the PLM system. Also, implemented functions of ship PLM is explained in order to make a practical guidance for ship PLM implementation.
A Study on Using Generative Design based on Shape Grammars
Kim, Eon-Yong ; Jun, Han-Jong ;
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 15, issue 6, 2010, Pages 440~448
At the early design stage, a designer would develop a design through reviewing various alternatives. However, the limitation of human information handling capacity restricts what makes various alternatives. A way to overcome the limitation is to create the alternatives with computer power and the generative design concept with computer has been used. For the generative design, even if a great deal of methodologies has been presented, the core of methodologies would be the process of shapes which examine interrelationship among shapes and how shape can be changed with the interrelationship. The interrelationship can be represented as rules. To represent the rule, the shape grammar is suggested by Stiny in 1972 with the article of "Shape Grammars and the Generative Specification of Painting and Sculpture". The aim of this paper is to present a way of using generative design based on shape grammar for generating alternatives in 3D manner.
Implementation of Unique ID Considering the Evolutional BOMs in Ship Outfitting Design
Kim, Seung-Hyun ; Lee, Jang-Hyun ; Suh, Heung-Won ; Jeon, Jung-Ik ; Kim, Kwang-Sik ;
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 15, issue 6, 2010, Pages 449~459
Recently, not only marine PLM (Product Lifecycle Management) system but also an effective outfitting BOM (Bill of Material) management has been attracted by many shipyards. In particular, efficient outfitting design is being one of major issues in shipyards since most of currently designed marine vessels have more complex outfitting system than ever. Furthermore, each outfitting system has huge number of parts that should be arranged based upon the procurement and installation plan. Outfitting BOMs evolve into different forms according to the product development phases during basic design; detail design; and production design. Therefore, it is very difficult to maintain a consistent BOM data during the design phases. In order to express the evolution of product structures and the information of outfitting along the ship design, we suggested UID (Unique ID) code system. The UID (Unique ID) is used in order to create the relationship within evolutional BOMs of each design stage. It utilizes as the procedure of weight calculation for procurement BOM during each design stage. Thereafter, in order to demonstrate suggested outfitting BOM management technique, we suggested a prototype. In the prototype system, suggested features of outfitting BOM are implemented.
Green-UX-Story: User Story Creation and Sharing through the Online and Offline Green Experience
Choi, Min-A ; Kwon, Doo-Young ;
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 15, issue 6, 2010, Pages 460~466
These days, it is getting important to have more chances to visit natural environment for the wellbeing life. The advancement of digital technologies allows us to get useful information regardless of time and location. In this paper, we investigate a way of improving user experience in the natural green environment using the digital technologies. This paper proposes a system called Green-UX-Story which supports users to create and share their story through the online and offline green experience. The system consists of two main systems: the "Story-Field" and the "Story-Tree". The Story-Field consists of a certain number of the Story-Trees allocated to a certain green site. In the Story-Field, users can see the Story-Trees that are owned by other users and share their stories. The Story-Tree contains the user-story in each branch and green information that are captured by the user on the web. The Story-Tree is generated using the L-system algorithm as the user adds stories. The main purpose of the system is to enable users to write their green stories from the both online and offline experiences. This paper describes the system configuration and the user scenario of the Green-UX-story.
A Translator for Parametrized Building Component Interoperability among Open BIM Support Software
Kim, In-Han ; Lee, Ji-Ah ; Park, Seung-Hwa ;
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 15, issue 6, 2010, Pages 467~475
Due to the needs of design optimization and productivity for modernized Korean traditional house, standardization of Korean traditional building components is proceeding by BIM (Building Information Modeling). Currently, most of BIM software support object-based parametric modeling. By means of parameterized Korean traditional building components, the shape and assembly relation can be controlled. Although IFC(ISO/PAS 16739), which is an international standard in the AEC field, has been developed for information exchange among BIM software, IFC and other existing common data formats cannot be exchangeable parametric information. For the exchangeable parametric information within IFC, the authors defined meta-data by using Pset(Property-Set). The authors analyzed results about interoperability test in Revit
. In order to solve found problems, the authors developed a translator to improve interoperability among BIM software.