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Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering
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Volume 18, Issue 6 - Dec 2013
Volume 18, Issue 5 - Oct 2013
Volume 18, Issue 4 - Aug 2013
Volume 18, Issue 3 - Jun 2013
Volume 18, Issue 2 - Apr 2013
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Analysis of the Research on Augmented Reality Using Knowledge Domain Visualization based on Co-Citation Analysis
Lee, Jeonghwan ; Lee, Jae Yeol ;
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 18, issue 5, 2013, Pages 309~320
DOI : 10.7315/CADCAM.2013.309
Augmented reality (AR) is considered to be an excellent user interface to a 3D information space embedded within physical reality. For this reason, it has been applied to various applications such as design, medical service, interaction, and collaboration. However, there is no formal way of analyzing the research trend and evolution of augmented reality. This paper identifies the research trend and change in augmented reality (AR) via co-citation analysis. The co-citation analysis provides how the AR research has evolved, who are main contributors, and which papers suggest essential and influencing impact. To systematically analyze the cocitation, we have retrieved 1,145 papers from the Web of Science and applied a scientomertric analysis using CiteSpace. Based on the co-citation analysis of authors and documents, it is possible to analyze the evolution of augmented reality, key authors and papers, and breakthroughs. We have also compared the proposed approach with survey papers written by experts so that the result of the co-citation analysis can compromise the qualitative result done by experts, and thus it can provide a different view and insight for visualizing the research on augmented reality.
Counter-deforming Method for a Bracket Design of a Ship Via Geometric Shape Deformation
Cheon, Sanguk ; Kim, Hyeong-Cheol ;
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 18, issue 5, 2013, Pages 321~328
DOI : 10.7315/CADCAM.2013.321
A method of designing a manufacturing shape of ship plate parts considering welding deformation is introduced. In this paper, the design shape of a bracket is deformed not by a thermoelastic method but by a pure geometric method. Deformation quantities are estimated based on data captured in the field and then a manufacturing design shape is obtained by deforming an original design shape by a geometric deformation method. The proposed method has been implemented and tested in the shipyard.
A Method for Translating Pipe Models from Aveva Marine to SmartMarine3D
Cheon, Sanguk ; Lee, Jae-Jun ; Cho, Min-Cheol ; Lee, Kwang ;
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 18, issue 5, 2013, Pages 329~337
DOI : 10.7315/CADCAM.2013.329
At shipyards, to enable design cooperation with engineering companies or to meet ship owner's requirements, there is a need to translate ship models from one ship CAD system to another ship CAD system. In this paper, a method for translating pipe models from Aveva Marine to SmartMarine3D is introduced. Related data and architecture of translation system are addressed and specific details to be considered during translation are explained. The introduced method has been implemented and tested in a shipyard.
Quality Management for Utilizing BIM in Construction Phase
Kwon, Ocheol ; Cho, Joowon ; Jo, Chanwon ;
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 18, issue 5, 2013, Pages 338~347
DOI : 10.7315/CADCAM.2013.338
Since it is common that design BIM data created by designers and engineers do not afford to consider constructability for the site, it is usually necessary to optimize the design BIM data to construction BIM data. While this optimization process requires various design updates depending on the construction methods and requirements, most designers in the projects do not participate the construction phase, which can arise another obstacle factor in utilizing construction BIM. In order to prevent this issue, we need cooperation system, where all the parties work together from the initial stage of project to create quality assured BIM model. However this kind of system is not realistic in Korea with most of the working processes being conventional yet. Therefore, at this point of time, it is realistic for us to secure basic construction qualities in the design phase and keep those qualities by the construction phase. This study suggested a relevant quality management plan for BIM usage in construction phase.
BIM Quality Assurance for DFS in Design Phase
Kwon, Ocheol ; Cho, Joowon ; Jo, Chanwon ;
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 18, issue 5, 2013, Pages 348~358
DOI : 10.7315/CADCAM.2013.348
Since the safety accidents on the construction sites take large part of total industry disasters, research on the construction safety has been getting important. Recently, as BIM technology allows cooperation between designer and constructor groups, it becomes more active worldwide than before to study on the ways of accomplish construction safety improvement in the design phase. In this paper, we suggested a checklist for assuring construction safety in the phase of design, and performed automatic evaluation by using a BIM quality checking tool. This shows that it is possible for us to find out the construction safety has been improved in the design phase. Once the standard checklist and assurance process are developed, they are expected to play a great role of reducing disasters in the construction industry.
Tolerance Optimization of Design Variables in Lower Arm by Using Response Surface Model and Process Capability Index
Lee, Kwang Ki ; Ro, Yun Cheol ; Han, Seung Ho ;
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 18, issue 5, 2013, Pages 359~366
DOI : 10.7315/CADCAM.2013.359
In the lower arm design process, a tolerance optimization of the variance of design variables should be preceded before manufacturing process, since it is very cost-effective compared to a strict management of tolerance of products. In this study, a design of experiment (DOE) based on response surface model (RSM) was carried out to find optimized design variables of the lower arm, which can meet a given requirement of probability constraint for the process capability index (Cpk) of the weight and maximum stress. Then, the design space was explored by using the central composite design method, in which the 2nd order Taylor expansion was applied to predict a standard deviation of the responses. The optimal solutions satisfying the probability constraint of the Cpk were found by considering both of the mean value and the standard deviation of the design variables.
Penetration Characteristic of Cylindrical and Cubic Tungsten Penetrator due to Geometrical Shape Ratio
Lee, Sang-Won ; Lee, Young-Shin ; Jo, Jong-Hyun ; Bae, Yong-Woon ;
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 18, issue 5, 2013, Pages 367~373
DOI : 10.7315/CADCAM.2013.367
In this study, the penetration characteristic from the cubic and cylindrical penetrator consisting of tungsten material with the velocity of 2,300 m/s is evaluated and the penetration possibility into the target is confirmed. The design of shape and size of penetrator is directly related to space and weight of the warhead. AUTODYN-3D simulation is used to study the penetration effect of penetrator. The purpose of numerical analysis is to verify the penetration characteristic with various L/D penetrator. The penetration performance of penetrator with identical weight due to the shape is also confirmed. The cylindrical and cubic penetrator has enough penetration energy on constant target body. Because the possibility of 2'nd penetration is important factor after 1'st penetration into target body, residual velocity of residual mass must be existed as much as possible. As geometrical shape ratio increases, penetration performance is confirmed to improve.
Tangible AR Interaction based on Fingertip Touch Using Small-Sized Markers
Jung, Ho-Kyun ; Park, Hyungjun ;
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 18, issue 5, 2013, Pages 374~383
DOI : 10.7315/CADCAM.2013.374
Various interaction techniques have been studied for providing the feeling of touch and improve immersion in augmented reality (AR) environments. Tangible AR interaction exploiting two types (product-type and pointer-type) of simple objects has earned great interest for cost-effective design evaluation of digital handheld products. When the sizes of markers attached to the objects are kept big to obtain better marker recognition, the pointer-type object frequently and significantly occludes the product-type object, which deteriorates natural visualization and level of immersion in an AR environment. In this paper, in order to overcome such problems, we propose tangible AR interaction using fingertip touch combined with small-sized markers. The proposed approach facilitates the use of convex polygons to recover the boundaries of AR markers which are partially occluded. It also properly enlarges the pattern area of each AR marker to reduce the sizes of AR markers without sacrificing the quality of marker detection. We empirically verified the quality of the proposed approach, and applied it in the process of design evaluation of digital products. From experimental results, we found that the approach is comparably accurate enough to be applied to the design evaluation process and tangible enough to provide a pseudo feeling of manipulating virtual products with human hands.