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Volume 7, Issue 4 - Dec 2002
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Modeling of Non-linear Leaf Spring for Commercial Vehicle
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 7, issue 1, 2002, Pages 1~8
A Hotchkiss spring has been widely utilized for commercial vehicle. Usually, the Hotchkiss spring has non-linear characteristics, i.e. it has a piecewise spring stiffness as well as hysterisis phenomenon. Therefore, the modeling of the Hotchkiss spring requires many considerations to fulfill satisfactory vehicle kinematic and dynamic relationships. Also, the spring has difficulties in modeling for presenting contact mechanism. In this paper, the modeling technique for the Hotchkiss spring has been descried. The modeling covers non-linear characteristics as well as contact problems for multi-body dynamic simulation. The force-displacement results are compared with experimental and FEM ones. Also, the comparison between three link type leaf spring model and proposed one has been considered in this paper.
An Expert System for the Process Planning of the Elliptical Deep Drawing Transfer Die(II)
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 7, issue 1, 2002, Pages 9~17
The study is insufficient on process planning of the elliptical deep drawing product. Thus, in this present study, the expert system for elliptical deep drawing products was constructed by using process sequence design. The expert system was developed to be based on the general concept of each entity. The system was developed in this work consists of sixth modules. The first one is a shape recognition module to recognize non-axisymmetric products and to generate Entity_list. The second one is three dimensional (3-D) modeling module to calculate the surface area for non-axisymmetric products. The third one is a blank design module to create suggested blanks of three shapes with the identical surface area. The fourth one is shape design module based on the production rules that play the most important role in an expert system for manufacturing. The production rules are generated and upgraded by inter- viewing field engineers, plastic theory and experiments. The fifth and sixth ones are a graphic module to visualize results of the expert system and a post module to rise user's convenience, respectively. According to constructed the expert system for process sequence design, it was possible to reduce the lead time.
Development of an Immersive VR Display System Supporting Continuous Arrangement of Multiple Screens
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 7, issue 1, 2002, Pages 18~26
The suggested modular projection system can have flexible arrangements of screens. Modular and continuous arrangements of the display system enable us to modify the screen configuration easily, so that the system can be used in various applications. The image of each screen is calculated automatically by using window projection and the tracked position of the viewer. This system also uses the off-axis stereoscopic projection for the seamless stereoscopic edge blending of multiple connections of screens. The system has been successfully tested for the general navigation model and the CAU driving simulator with motion platform.
Calculation of the Impact Force Applied on the Tooth of Upper and Lower Jaw-Bones in Masticating for the Design of a Dental Implant System.
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 7, issue 1, 2002, Pages 27~33
MDO(Multidisciplinary Design Optimization) methodology is a new technology to solve a complicate design problem with a large number of design variables and constraints. The design of a dental implant system is a typical complicate problem, and so it requires the MDO methodology. Actually, several analyses such as rigid body dynamic analysis and structural stress analysis etc. should be carried out in the MDO methodology application to the design of a dental implant system. In this paper, as a first step of MDO methodology application to the design of a dental implant system, the impact force which is applied on the tooth in masticating is calculated through the rigid body dynamic analysis of upper and lower jaw-bones. This analysis is done using ADAMS. The impact force calculated through the rigid body dynamic analysis can be used for the structural stress analysis of a dental implant system which is needed for the design of a dental implant system. In addition, the rigid body dynamic analysis results also show that the impact time decreases as the impact force increases, the largest impact force occurs on the front tooth, and the impact force is almost normal to the tooth surface with a slight tangential force.
CL-data Optimization of 5-axis Face-milling Via C-space and Effective-radius Map
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 7, issue 1, 2002, Pages 34~41
Five-axis NC machining, in general, is utilized in fabricating impellers, turbine blades, marine propellers that can be machined more effectively rather than three-axis machining. There have been many researches concerning tool interference avoidance, optimization of tool orientation. The C-space or Configuration-space was originated from the robotics area, which depicts interference-free joint-values in motion planning. In the paper we propose an optimizing scheme by which the maximum effective-radius of a face-milling cutter can be achieved for each CC(cutter-contact) point. Also the concept of a C-space for a CC point, the effective-radius map for 5-axis face-milling, and some illustrative examples of marine propeller machining, are presented.
A Study on the Functional Requirement Analysis for the Development of PDM System
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 7, issue 1, 2002, Pages 42~56
Presented in this study is a top-down functional requirement analysis procedure and the desired functionalities for PDM system development, and the benefits of top-down approach over a conventional bottom-up approach is also shown. For the purpose of top-down requirement analysis for PDM system, this study proposes 4P modeling view. 4P modeling view is defined as a modeling perspective for classifying functional requirements and integrating product-related information objects that must be man-aged within PDM systems. Based on 4P modeling templates, benchmarking analysis of commercially major PDM products is conducted and as a result of this analysis, this study suggests desired functionalities for PDM system.
A Collaborative Design System in Architecture: defining the process and testing its system environment
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 7, issue 1, 2002, Pages 57~65
The purpose of this research is to develop a collaborative architectural design system. Design collaboration requires an extensive use of communication methods as well as the participation of various experts from different domains. Such facts address several issues when the Internet and digital media are able to create a completely new work environment. The building design process was studied, and possible modes of design collaboration were defined. A prototype system is being developed in accordance with the defined collaboration model. The system integrates a set of communication tools and web-based design media. Such media include a synchronous multi-user web CAD tool, a schematic 3D design tool, and a electronic whiteboard. A project database was designed in order to coordinate the project-wide communication which elaborates technologies such as web-based data access. In order to find out the effectiveness of the system, a usability test was performed both in quantitative and qualitative manner. The research will contribute to the development of world-wide design and construction collaboration through the Internet, which is becoming a mainstream building process model.
Study of Process Model Using CAD System and Distributed Building Component Database
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 7, issue 1, 2002, Pages 66~73
The purpose of this study is to propose a new process model for architects and suppliers in AEC(Architectural, Engineering and Construction) industry, which comes from its utilization of a distributed database. Information used by participants of this process is not held in one singular application sewer, but in tile databases of multiple participants. This study addresses the problem of coping with dynamic information changes that architects face when designing with increasingly time-sensitive product information from multiple suppliers. It also describes the new distributed architecture for design representation, and outlines a corresponding process model to address the needs architectural designers during design and procurement phases. The feasibility of the process was tested in a prototype system that combines existing technologies, which allows for an objects transfer from the Web to the CAD application.