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Volume 20, Issue 4 - Dec 2015
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Architectural Model of Integrated Simulation Environment for the M&S Based Design of Unmanned Ground Combat Vehicle
Choi, Sang Yeong ; Park, Jin Ho ; Park, Kang ;
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 20, issue 3, 2015, Pages 221~229
DOI : 10.7315/CADCAM.2015.221
M&S (Modeling & Simulation) based design is widely accepted for the development of the future weapon system with better performance in a cheaper and faster way. Integrated simulation environment (ISE) is needed for the M&S based design. On the ISE, system engineers can not only verify design options but also validate system requirements. In this paper, we propose architectural models of the integrated simulation environment (ISE) which incorporates mission effectiveness M&S (Modeling & Simulation), system performance M&S, the optimization model of integrated performances, digital mockup and virtual prototype. The ISE architectural models may be used to implement the ISE for the development of the future unmanned ground combat vehicle.
Soil Stress Analysis Using Discrete Element Method for Plate-Sinkage Tests
Jang, Gichan ; Lee, Soojin ; Lee, Kyu-Jin ;
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 20, issue 3, 2015, Pages 230~237
DOI : 10.7315/CADCAM.2015.230
Soil deformation on the off-load ground is significantly affected by soil conditions, such as soil type, water content, and etc. Thus, the soil characteristics should be estimated for predicting vehicle movements on the off-load conditions. The plate-sinkage test, a widely-used experimental test for predicting the wheel-soil interaction, provides the soil characteristic parameters from the relationship between soil stress and plate sinkage. In this study, soil stress under the plate-sinkage situation is calculated by the DEM (Discrete Element Method) model. We developed a virtual soil bin with DEM to obtain the vertical reaction forces under the plate pressing the soil surface. Also parametric studies to investigate effects of DEM model parameters, such as, particle density, Young's modulus, dynamic friction, rolling friction, and adhesion, on the characteristic soil parameters were performed.
The Target Modeling and The Shot Line Analysis System to Assess Vulnerability of the Ground Combat Vehicle
Yoo, Chul ; Jang, Eun Su ; Park, Kang ; Choi, Sang Yeong ;
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 20, issue 3, 2015, Pages 238~245
DOI : 10.7315/CADCAM.2015.238
Vulnerability assessment is a process to calculate the damage degree of a combat vehicle when the combat vehicle is attacked by an enemy. When the vehicle is hit, it is necessary to analyze the shot line to calculate which components are damaged and judge whether the armor of the vehicle is penetrated by enemy's warhead. To analyze the shot line efficiently, this paper presents the target modeling and the shot line analysis system to assess vulnerability of the ground combat vehicle. This system is easily able to do several functions: 1) the program reads STL files converted from CAD model which is designed by commercial CAD software. 2) It calculates the intersection between triangle of STL mesh and the shot line, and check if the components of the model are penetrated. 3) This program can visualize the results using OpenGL. The vulnerability assessment using the shot line analysis can be used to model the armor of the combat vehicle and arrange the inner components effectively in the early stage of development of the combat vehicle.
Application of Calibration Techniques to Enhance Accuracy of Markerless Surgical Robotic System for Intracerebral Hematoma Surgery
Park, Kyusic ; Yoon, Hyon Min ; Shin, Sangkyun ; Cho, Hyunchul ; Kim, Youngjun ; Kim, Laehyun ; Lee, Deukhee ;
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 20, issue 3, 2015, Pages 246~253
DOI : 10.7315/CADCAM.2015.246
In this paper, we propose calibration methods that can be applied to the markerless surgical robotic system for Intracerebral Hematoma (ICH) Surgery. This surgical robotic system does not require additional process of patient imaging but only uses CT images that are initially taken for a diagnosis purpose. Furthermore, the system applies markerless registration method other than using stereotactic frames. Thus, in overall, our system has many advantages when compared to other conventional ICH surgeries in that they are non-invasive, much less exposed to radiation exposure, and most importantly reduces a total operation time. In the paper, we specifically focus on the application of calibration methods and their verification which is one of the most critical factors that determine the accuracy of the system. We implemented three applications of calibration methods between the coordinates of robot's end-effector and the coordinates of 3D facial surface scanner, based on the hand-eye calibration method. Phantom tests were conducted to validate the feasibility and accuracy of our proposed calibration methods and the surgical robotic system.
Education of Collaborative Product Data Management by Using Social Media in a Product Data Management System
Do, Namchul ;
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 20, issue 3, 2015, Pages 254~262
DOI : 10.7315/CADCAM.2015.254
This study proposes an approach to Product Data Management (PDM) education for collaborative product data management, which can support collaborative product development process. This approach introduces social media and a PDM system into a framework for PDM education supported by consistent product development process and product data model. It has been applied to two PDM classes and the result shows that the social media in PDM education can support not only experiences of the collaborative product data management but also interactive and informal communications among instructors and participants using integrated social media with product data during courses.
Method for C-arm Based Guide Needle Insertion Assistant System for Endoscopic Disc Surgery
Yoon, Hyon Min ; Cho, Hyunchul ; Park, Kyusic ; Shin, Sangkyun ; Lee, Deukhee ;
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 20, issue 3, 2015, Pages 263~268
DOI : 10.7315/CADCAM.2015.263
Due to an increased sitting time in work, lumbar disc disease is one of the most frequent diseases in modern days, and this occasionally requires surgery for treatment. Endoscopic disc surgery, one of the common disc surgeries, requires a process of inserting a guide needle to the target disc for which the insertion path is manually planned by drawing lines on the patient's skin while monitoring the fluoroscopic view of the lumbar. Such procedure inevitably exposes both surgeon and patient to the fluoroscopy radiation emitted from the c-arm for a long time. To reduce the radiation exposure time, this study proposes a computer assisted method of calculating the 3D guide needle path by using 2D c-arm images of the disc in 3 different angles. Additionally, a method of the guide robot control based on the 3D needle path was developed by implementing the Hand-eye Calibration method to calculate the transformation matrix between the c-arm and robot base coordinate systems. The proposed system was then tested for its accuracy.
Development of a Project Design Stage BIM Guide for Project Owners
Kim, Min-Woong ; Ock, Jong-Ho ;
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 20, issue 3, 2015, Pages 269~280
DOI : 10.7315/CADCAM.2015.269
Although BIM has been recognized as one of the main streams that advance the construction industry worldwide, it is difficult to ensure the quality of BIM data due to the problems such as internal errors of BIM tools and lack of guidelines that enhance design quality. Such problems cause designers, constructors, and project owners to hesitate applying it to their business. The main objective of this research is to develop a BIM guide for public project owners that is to be usable at the design phase of the public projects. To meet the objective, the study invited 10 BIM experts from Korean construction industry and operated workshops with focus group interview methodology. As well, a number of BIM guidelines from the BIM advanced countries were reviewed to identify valuable contents for the guide. There are four main parts in the guide developed: BIM design procurement process guide, Request for Proposal development guide for BIM design, BIM execution plan development and evaluation guide, and BIM output and deliverables review and evaluation guide.
Development of Hull Thickness Management System for Ship Management System
Park, Kaemyoung ; Lee, Jeong-youl ; Lee, Kyungho ;
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 20, issue 3, 2015, Pages 281~290
DOI : 10.7315/CADCAM.2015.281
The specific goal of the SMS (Ship Management System) is to increate ship safety and decrease maintenance fee. Equipment of ship is managed by PMS (Planned Management System), subsystem of SMS. But hull has not managed by ship manager. So, the Classes have developed the system for hull maintenance. Recently, the ship maintenance system has been developed for satisfying operator's requirements such as managing maintenance data as integrated platform, intuitive manipulation and design for ease of use. To reflect such requirement, 3D Model based maintenance system was introduced for ship in operation stage. Hull items that have to be inspected, repaired, replaced, are stored in integrated data platform with drawing, reports, and etc. and completely linked to 3D product Model. This system is specially developed for measurement and maintenance of hull thickness.
A Study on Process Simulation Analysis of the Water Jet Cleaning Robot System for Micro Drill-bits
Kuk, Youn-Ho ; Park, Sang-Rok ; Park, Kee-Jin ; Choi, Hyun-Jin ;
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 20, issue 3, 2015, Pages 291~297
DOI : 10.7315/CADCAM.2015.291
A water jet cleaning robot system for micro drill bits is to refurbish micro drill bits used for the PCB manufacturing process. It can refurbish drill bits with the minimum diameter of
of which the total quantity have been discarded before. Micro drill bits with the minimum diameter of
can be cleaned by applying the water jet cleaning robot system out of the manual ultrasonic cleaning in the past for the cleaning equipment as the initial process in refurbishing. This study analyzed problems, while applying the apparatus mechanism for the workability such as the robot traces of Transfer Robot I and II, drill bit loading and unloading, and cleaning tasks in the water jet cleaning robot system in an effort to carry out simulations. In addition, the cleaning work process was optimized as the work process was verified in advance and the production quantity was analyzed through simulations.
Development of a Cyber-physical System - A Virtual Autonomous Excavator
Park, Hong-Seok ; Le, Ngoc-Tran ;
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 20, issue 3, 2015, Pages 298~311
DOI : 10.7315/CADCAM.2015.298
Nowadays, automatic digging operation of an excavator is a big challenge due to the complexity of digging environment, the hardness of soil and buried obstacles into the ground. In order to achieve the maximum soil bucket volume, this paper introduces a novel engineering model that was developed as a virtual excavator in the design phase. Through this model, the designs of mechanical and control systems for autonomous excavator are executed and modified easily before developing in real testbed. Based on a concept of an autonomous excavation, a mechanical system of excavator was first designed in SOLIDWORKS, and a soil model also was modeled by finite-element analysis in ANSYS, both modeled models were then exported to ADAMS environment to investigate the digging behavior through virtual simulation. An intelligent control strategy was generated in MATLAB/Simulink to control the excavator operation. The simulation results were demonstrated by effectiveness of the proposed excavator robot in testing scenarios with many soil types and obstacles.
A Study on the Design for the Air Impeller of a Finishing Tool Unit
Choi, Hyun-Jin ; Kang, Ik-Soo ; Lee, Seung-Yong ; Jang, Eun-Sil ; Park, Sun-Myung ; Choi, Seong-Dae ;
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 20, issue 3, 2015, Pages 312~319
DOI : 10.7315/CADCAM.2015.312
The grinding and furbishing process as the finishing process for molds include the works such as the grinding, buffing, lapping and polishing among others. A finishing tool unit is applied to this finishing process for the burr, lapping, polishing and others of molds. A finishing tool unit can carry out the flexible machining, depending on the machining allowance for objects to be cut on the basis of the instrumental driving mechanism which enables the up, down, left and right floating, which is applied in link with the dedicated cutters and robot machining systems. This study selected the shape to increase the rotatory force of an impeller when air is discharged during the driving of a finishing tool unit, and reflected it to the impeller designing. In addition, the study analyzed each flow velocity and pressure distribution per air pressurization value and finally analyzed the rotating torque to suggest the optimal conditions in designing impellers.