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Volume 9, Issue 4 - Dec 2004
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Genetic Programming Approach to Curve Fitting of Noisy Data and Its Application In Ship Design
Lee K. H. ; Yeun Y S. ;
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 9, issue 3, 2004, Pages 183~191
This paper deals with smooth curve fitting of data corrupt by noise. Most research efforts have been concentrated on employing the smoothness penalty function with the estimation of its optimal parameter in order to avoid the 'overfilling and underfitting' dilemma in noisy data fitting problems. Our approach, called DBSF(Differentiation-Based Smooth Fitting), is different from the above-mentioned method. The main idea is that optimal functions approximately estimating the derivative of noisy curve data are generated first using genetic programming, and then their integral values are evaluated and used to recover the original curve form. To show the effectiveness of this approach, DBSP is demonstrated by presenting two illustrative examples and the application of estimating the principal dimensions of bulk cargo ships in the conceptual design stage.
An Approach to Semantic Mapping using Product Ontology for CPC Environment
Kim K.-Y. ; Suh H.-W. ;
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 9, issue 3, 2004, Pages 192~202
This paper introduces an approach to semantic mapping using Product ontology for CPC environment. In CPC environment, it is necessary that the participants in a product life cycle should share the same understanding about the semantic of product terms. For example, they should know that although 'COMPONENT' and 'ITEM' are different word-expressions, they could have the same meaning. In order to handle such terms in the information system, it is desirable that the system automatically recognizes that the terms have the same semantics. Serving this purpose, we described an ontology design methodology using first order logic, knowledge interchange format, and knowledge engineering process. In our approach, we investigated domain knowledge of the Bill Of Material, and then designed Product ontology of it. Based on the ontology, we described syntactic translation, semantic translation, and semantic mapping procedure with an example.
Extracting a Regular Triangular Net for Offsetting
Jung W.H. ; Jeong C.S. ; Shin H.Y. ; Choi B.K. ;
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 9, issue 3, 2004, Pages 203~211
In this paper, we present a method of extracting a regular 2-manifold triangular net from a triangular net including degenerate and self-intersected triangles. This method can be applied to obtaining an offset model without degenerate and self-intersected triangles. Then this offset model can be used to generate CL curves and extract machining features for CAPP The robust and efficient algorithm to detect valid triangles by growing regions from an initial valid triangle is presented. The main advantage of the algorithm is that detection of valid triangles is performed only in valid regions and their adjacent selfintersections, and omitted in the rest regions (invalid regions). This advantage increases robustness of the algorithm. As well as a k-d tree bucketing method is used to detect self-intersections efficiently.
Networked Visualization for a Virtual Bicycle Simulator
Lee J.H. ; Han S.H. ;
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 9, issue 3, 2004, Pages 212~219
This paper presents the visualization method of the KAIST interactive bicycle simulator. The simulator consists of two bicycles of 6 DOF and 4 DOF platforms, force feedback handlebars and pedal resistance systems to generate motion feelings; a real-time visual simulator, a HMD and a beam projection system; and a 3D sound system. The system has an integrating control network with the server-client network structure for multiple simulators. The visual simulator generates dynamic images in real-time while communicating with other modules of the simulator. The operator of the simulator can have realistic visual experience of riding on a velodrome or through the KAIST campus, while being able to watch the other bicycle with an avatar.
Development of Performance and Evaluation Program for Optical Filters
Choi D.-S. ; Park H. S ; Seo Y. H ; Jae T.-J. ; Whang K.-H. ;
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 9, issue 3, 2004, Pages 220~225
This paper presents a program for the automatic alignment of optical axes and evaluation of the optical filter performance which is a key technologies for the production of optical module. Recently the production of optical filter module mostly depends upon handwork or semi-automation. Moreover, they have used an expensive spectrum analyzer. In this work, we have developed an automatic alignment and evaluation program of optical filter module using photo detector and developed program for automation and cost reduction of the production of optical titter module.
An Approach to Persistent Naming and Naming Mapping Based on OSI and IGM for Parametric CAD Model Exchanges
Mun D.H. ; Han S.H. ;
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 9, issue 3, 2004, Pages 226~237
If the topology changes in the re-generation step of the history-based and feature-based CAD systems, it is difficult to identify an entity in the old model and find the same entity in the new model. This problem is known as 'persistent naming problem'. To exchange parametric CAD models, the persistent naming problem and the naming mapping problem must be solved among different CAD system, which use different naming scheme. For CAD model exchange the persistent naming has its own characteristics compare to that for CAD system development. This paper analyses previous researches and proposes a solution to the persistent naming problem for CAD model exchanges and to the naming mapping problem among different naming schemes.
A Design of Architecture Information Management System Using XML
Lee J.-Y. ; Han C.-G. ; Kim I.-H. ; Jo C.-W. ;
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 9, issue 3, 2004, Pages 238~245
This paper describes an architecture information management system using XML. The purpose of the system is to manage the information stored in standard format, XML, that has many valuable properties. The proposed architecture information consists of project information, drawing information, and material information. Each information is expressed using XML and for each information, XML schema is presented in this paper. In this system, detail information of materials that exists on the supplier's homepage can be displayed when the user of the system wants to check the detail information. Also, drawings stored in STEP data can be browsed in this system. The reports of each information are prepared using XSL. The proposed system shows that XML can be used for a format to store architecture information and various functions can be implemented based on XML related standards.
MIMS: Web-based Micro Machining Service
Chu W.-S. ; Ahn S.-H. ; Kim D.-S. ; Jun C.-S. ;
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 9, issue 3, 2004, Pages 246~252
Presented in this Paper is a Micro Machining Service .(MIMS) based on the World Wide Web technologies. In order to ensure easy access to the service, the web browsers are used as the user interface. The pan geometry as an STL file is uploaded with process parameter for 3-axis CNC milling. Depending on the predefined user level, novice or expert, the user interface requires different parameters for process planning. An STL-based CAM resides in the server and automatically provides NC codes upon user's request. Tool-paths for scanning and pencil-cut, which are interference-free and precise, are created by the curve-based polyhedral machining method. A couple of sample parts were fabricated by a micro endmill with 127 fm diameter. From the tests, the parts fabricated by scanning followed by pencil-cut resulted in less error(within 2%) than the parts machined only by scanning tool-path.
A Study on the Design of Wells Turbine for Wave Power Conversion by Various Flap Shape (1)
Kim D.K. ; Kim J.H. ; Choi Y,H. ; Bae S.T. ; Lee Y.W. ; Lee Y.H. ;
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 9, issue 3, 2004, Pages 253~259
A numerical investigation was performed to determine the effect of airfoil on the optimum flap height using NACA0015 Wells turbine. The five double flaps which have 0.5% difference were selected. A Navier-Stokes code, CFX-TASCflow, was used to calculate the flow field of the Wells turbine. The basic feature of the Wells turbine is that even though the cyclic airflow produces oscillating axial forces on the airfoil blades, the tangential force on the rotor is always in the same direction. Geometry used to define the three dimension numerical grid is based upon that of an experimental test rig. This paper tries In optimized disign the double flap of Wells turbine with the numerical analysis.
A Web Based Training Service for Product Data Management
Do N. C. ;
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 9, issue 3, 2004, Pages 260~265
This paper proposed a Web-based training service for product data management by supporting an integrated product data management system, various technical documents. and efficient communication systems. It also supports a general product development process and a consistent product data model that enable participants to experience management of consistent product information during the product development life cycle. The Web based environment of the service also provides participants with a collaborative workplace with other participants and a Web portal for all the components of the service.
A Study on Surface Flattening for 3 Dimensional Shoe Pattern Design
Song S. J. ; Kim S. H. ;
Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, volume 9, issue 3, 2004, Pages 266~275
In this paper, a method for generating the planar developments of three-dimensional shoe upper surfaces is proposed. This method is based on the optimization technique minimizing the geometric error occurred on the developed planar surface. Additionally, a rapid mapping algorithm to transform a curve on flattened plane to original surface (or vice versa) is proposed. These techniques are implemented on the 2D/3D integrated shoe design system. Using this system, a prototype running shoe can be designed more precisely and can be manufactured more quickly.