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Volume 8, Issue 4 - Dec 2003
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A Multi-Step Digitizing Method and Reverse Model Generation for Improvement of Reverse Engineering Accuracy
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 8, issue 3, 2003, Pages 133~140
This paper describes a Multi-step Digitizing Method and Reverse Model generation algorithm for improvement of reverse engineering accuracy. Reverse engineering is the process of reproducing computational model by directly extracting geometric information on the physical objects. For the improvement of measuring data accuracy, we propose a multi-step digitizing method. First, measuring cloud-of-point by use of a laser scanning system. Second, gathering digitizing data by a scanning touch probe. Fine digitizing plan generated from coarse surface model directly from the cloud-of-point and it allows CMM more accurate scanning data. Finally in this paper we propose the algorithm of generating NURB surface from more accurate measuring points.
Development of Test Cases of STEP AP216 for the Exchange of Hullform Data
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 8, issue 3, 2003, Pages 141~149
The ship STEP is an international standard for the computer-interpretable representation of ship product information and for the exchange of ship product model data. The ship STEP consists of several APs(Application Protocol), such as AP215(ship arrangement), AP216(ship moulded form), AP218(ship structures), AP226(ship mechanical systems), and AP234(operating logs, records, message). The STEP AP216(ISO 10303) are an application protocol for the exchange of ship arrangement and ship moulded forms. The AP216 specifies the geometric shape and the hydrostatic properties of the ship moulded form. This paper introduces the state-of-the-art of ship STEP AP216 and develops the test case for the validation of data structure of AP216.
Laser-Aided Direct Metal Deposition (DMD) Technology
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 8, issue 3, 2003, Pages 150~156
Direct Metal Deposition (DMD) is a new additive process producing three-dimensional metal components or tools directly from CAD data, which aims to take mold making and metalworking in an entirely new direction. It is the blending of five common technologies: lasers, CAD, CAM, sensors and materials. In the resulting process, alternatively called laser cladding, an industrial laser is used to locally heat a spot on a tool-steel work piece or platform, forming a molten pool of metal. A small stream of powdered tool-steel metal is then injected into the metal pool to increase the size of the molten pool. By moving the laser beam back and forth, under CNC control, and tracing out a pattern determined by a computerized CAD design, the solid metal part is eventually built line-by-line, one layer at a time. DMD produces improved material properties in less time and at a lower cost than is possible with traditional fabrication technologies.
Development of a DMU System Operated on a PDM System
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 8, issue 3, 2003, Pages 157~166
In this paper, we explain the DMU (digital mockup) system based on the PDM system. Most manufacturing companies are trying to develop a competitive product by increasing the quality, shortening time to market (TIM) and reducing the cost of a product. Some technologies such as SE (System Engineering), CE (Concurrent Engineering), QFD (Quality Function Development), CI (Cost Innovation) and some systems such as CAD (Computer-Aided Design), CAE (Computer-Aided Engineering), CAM (Computer-Aided Manufacturing), PDM (Product Data Management) and visualization system are adopted for these purposes. Specially, DMU system utilizes a visualization system that shows the 3D shape of a product on the computer and it gives a quick intuition to a person whether he/she is an engineer or not. It also can induce the effects of CE and QFD. SO, 0 company is developing a DMU system integrating CAD, visualization and PDM system. The main feature of the developed DMU system is that it is entirely integrated with PDM system, which means that the 3D shape of any part or assembly can be retrieved through PDM system. The DMU system will change the development process, which will increase the competitiveness of a developed product.
Direct Machining for Outs ole Mold of Shoes Using Reverse Engineering
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 8, issue 3, 2003, Pages 167~174
The outsole mold of the shoes has been manufactured using electro-discharge machining by graphite electrode or using casting etc. The study is concerned with the measurement of the mold of the shoes in use, the modeling by CAD/CAM system, the generation of NC data and the machining by CNC machining center. The machining has been performed from the data type obtained from 3-dimensional measurement points of mold in use. The ball end mill and the engraving cutter is used as cutter and the cutting conditions are adjusted according to the shapes and sizes of the cutter and part in cutting. The method has proposed the possibility for higher productivity and quality on mold-manufacturing of shoes outsole.
Development of a Web-based Vibration Analysis System for a Rotary Compressor
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 8, issue 3, 2003, Pages 175~183
This paper introduces a Web-based vibration analysis system for rotary-type refrigerator compressors. Concern for vibration reduction in compressors has been growing for many years. What is important in vibration reduction is to easily predict the vibration without using a physical compressor. The dynamic model of the compressor is represented as a multi-body dynamic system. Solving the dynamic model is run on a high-performance server. The interfaces of the system are accessible via Web browsers, such as Netscape or Explorer. Anyone who wants to analyze the vibration of the rotary compressor or share the results data can access the system over the Internet regardless of their OS, platform, or location.
A Development of Advanced Wiring Harness Design System for a Vehicle
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 8, issue 3, 2003, Pages 184~188
The harness design process consists of repetitious routines to decide the wire configuration in its interior. A slight change in one of the wire's configuration will require a total reconfiguration of the entire wire system. Therefore, the harness design is extremely time consuming and is vulnerable to human errors by an engineer. Based on both electrical and mechanical area, Wiring Harness system is in complicated area. Existing systems are, therefore, not exactly suitable for practical use. This paper presents a novel framework for ameliorating existing system's defects. In this paper, Visio and Visual Basic was interfaced to process wire bundle information and wire bundle location to alleviate problems mentioned beforehand concerning harness design; at the same time developing the automation of the entire design process based on the feature based design method, optional print, and management of documents for reuse.
Development of a Dedicated CAD System for Welding Jigs for Automotive Body Assembly
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 8, issue 3, 2003, Pages 189~200
This paper introduces the development of a three-dimensional jig design system for automotive body welding assembly. Recently, three-dimensional CAD systems have been introduced in the jig design area, because they reduce errors in design process and the design result can be used readily for virtual manufacturing simulation. However, to facilitate three-dimensional jig design, it is essential to customize three-dimensional CAD system for this specific design area. To accomplish this object, we first standardized the parts and units in a jig assembly, and then built the standard part library. We also developed the dedicated 3D design capabilities of jig units and a jig base. By using this system, design can be performed more intuitively, and verification and simulation of design results can be done more easily. The proposed system has been implemented using the UG/Open API of the Unigraphics system.