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Integrated Structural Design of Oceanic Buildings using STEP (STEP을 이용한 해양건축물의 통합구조설계 기법)

  • 송화철
    • Journal of Korean Port Research
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    • v.14 no.1
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    • pp.77-86
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    • 2000
  • The planning process of complex projects in oceanic architectural engineering is characterized by the cooperation of many involved specialists and by a high degree of information exchange. In order to improve the quality of the structural design of oceanic buildings, information of different involved partners in the planning process has to be integrated. This paper aims to introduce a concept of the integrated structural design for the floating-type oceanic building using STEP(Standard for the Exchange of Product Model Data). STEP(ISO 10303) is an international standard for the computer-interpretable representation and exchange of product data and it provides a consistent data exchange format and application interfaces between different application systems. In this paper, the structural design process and information of oceanic buildings is analyzed and product models are preposed fir the exchange of the structural design information between superstructure and floating structure. The entities for calculating wind loads, metacenter and restoring forces are represented by Express. As a case study a floating hotel is applicated to describe the STEP physical file.

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Developing a Prototype of Green BIM -based Integrated Design Systems for Small Architectural Design Firms

  • Woo, Sae Jin
    • International Journal of Contents
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    • v.12 no.1
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    • pp.6-13
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    • 2016
  • Since the importance of eco-friendly architecture is rapidly increasing, BIM receives significant attention as an alternative that would derive the practical results and apply the design values of eco-friendly design elements to the architectural design process. Therefore, this study establishes an Integrated Design System based on Green BIM by applying the eco-friendly design values logically and systemically. The study also proposes practical case studies to examine the possibility of application. As a result, the framework of Green based Integrated Design System(gbIDS) and a prototype of Web-based gbIDS were developed to improve the working environment of small architectural firms.

Interdependencies Among Design Information in an Integrated Design Model (통합설계 모델에서의 설계 정보간의 상호 의존성)

  • 이창호;리차드쏘스;이리형
    • Proceedings of the Computational Structural Engineering Institute Conference
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    • pp.189-196
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    • 1997
  • The development of computer integrated systems for structural design requires models to describe and organize information and activities involved in design. An entity-based integrated design model involves a number of product and process entities. Product entities and process entities describe design information and design activities, respectively. One type of relationships among entities is interaction relationships, which describe interdependencies among design information. The interaction relationships can be represented as constraints. Types of constraints include demand constraints, dependency constraints, and interaction constraints. The concepts of representing and processing demand constraints in an entity-based integrated design model are presented.

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Development of Integrated Design System for Agricultural Facilities (수리시설물 통합설계시스템의 구현)

  • Bae, Yeun-Jung;Lee, Jeong-Jae;Yoon, Seong-Soo
    • Magazine of the Korean Society of Agricultural Engineers
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    • v.44 no.4
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    • pp.75-84
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    • 2002
  • The irrigation facilities are managed systematically and a facility is independent at the view of shape and function. The design of the irrigation facility is the formulated process with independent objectives. So its process is accordance to object-oriented concept. The design of irrigation facilities is classified into several steps. In these steps, the design data is made and the various problems are solved and consolidated with analysis and decision. In order to achieve our goal of constructing an efficient integrated design system, the results from the design should be able to be systematically connected and re-used. In the study, the design task of irrigation facility, the integrated design system for (IDSAF) is to be developed using the object-oriented methods, and then its applicability will be examined.

The Impact of Integrating Engineering into Science Learning on Student's Conceptual Understandings of the Concept of Heat Transfer

  • Park, Mi-Sun;Nam, Youn-Kyeong;Moore, Tamara;Roehrig, Gillian
    • Journal of the Korean Society of Earth Science Education
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    • v.4 no.2
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    • pp.89-101
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    • 2011
  • Science, Mathematics, Engineering, and Technology (STEM) integrated education has been spotlighted as a new approach for promoting students' conceptual understanding and supporting their future career in STEM field. There is increasing evidence of the positive impact of using a whole design process that can be an example of STEM integrated activities to improve students' conceptual understanding and problem solving skills. However, there is a lack of information on how teachers should accomplish science and engineering integration activities in their classroom and what process they should pay attention. To answer this question, we research the relationship between an design process and students' conceptual understanding using an engineering design activity, called 'Save the Penguins', and study on how each step in an engineering design process in this activity enhance students' conceptual knowledge in science. We found that testing their prototypes and discussing with their peers were the most important process for students to understand and apply science concept for their design, even though the whole engineering design process (demonstration about radiation, discussion about examples in our lives, and testing and reviewing their prototypes, and making final design) helps the students understand the scientific concepts.

An integrated framwork for a cellular manufacturing system (셀 생산 시스템의 통합 구조)

  • 이노성;임춘우
    • 제어로봇시스템학회:학술대회논문집
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    • pp.89-92
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    • 1997
  • The objective of this paper is to provide an alternative framework for the integration of process planning and scheduling in cellular manufacturing. The concept of an integrated cellular manufacturing system is defined and the system architecture is presented. In an integrated cellular manufacturing system, there are three modules : the process planning module, the manufacturing-cell design module, and the cell-scheduling module. For each module, the tasks and their activities are explained.

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Information System for Integrated Product Design Process (통합적 제품 디자인 프로세스를 위한 정보시스템-디자인과 생산의 인터페이스 과정을 중심으로-)

  • Kim, Eok;Lim, Chang-Yeong
    • Archives of design research
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    • v.13
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    • pp.212-221
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    • 1996
  • The necessity of imformation on product design process is increased in recently years, because a product can be called a mass of information and becomes more complex as long as technology is developed. But the present product development method is like a relay race. In this sequential process, information is transferred from one department to other departments like \"over the wall\". And communication gaps among departments are generated, so imformation cannot be controlled very well. Therefore it is needed to innovate the design process. The information system proposedin this study is an application software which can be useful for integrated product design process. It has been developed primarily for use in IBN PC and windows environment. It comprises four functional modules; functions of handing the overall project information (document, ideaskech, rendering, drawing); functions of decision making production problems in design project process; functions of groupware which can link with other departments; functions of comprehensive database with production.roduction.

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A Study on Design Application of Eco-Friendly Integrated Design Process (친환경 통합 디자인 프로세스의 디자인 적용에 관한 연구 -오피스 건물을 중심으로-)

  • Kim, Min Gyu;Kang, Hee Seon
    • KIEAE Journal
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    • v.13 no.4
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    • pp.87-94
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    • 2013
  • This Study, as a Eco-Friendly Design Process of Office for sustainable design, aims to develop a sustainable design process by letting the designers easily approach the concept of Eco-Friendly Design Process and applying this to Eco-Friendly Design Process when the designers perform design. Through a review on simulation, a research was made on the seriousness of environmental problems and control that was caused by design, Environmentally friendly design, sustainability, and sustainable design's background and definition were studied. In order to develop a Eco-Friendly Design Process, an existing review from Building Energy Simulation that proposed about energy environmentally friendly design element and sustainable design element's semantic similarities were restructured as sustainable design element comparative analysis. Restructured sustainable design elements and the relationship between sustainable design elements and the relationship of each product developmental process levels were analyzed. Finally, through clustering, sustainable design guideline were developed. This Eco-Friendly Design Process is expected to be applied to as one of the methods in solving the global environmental issues in design practice.

A study on the integrated data modeling for the plant design management system and the plant design system using relational database (관계형 데이터베이스를 이용한 PDMS/PDS의 통합 데이터 모델링에 관한 연구)

  • 양영태;김재균
    • Journal of Ocean Engineering and Technology
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    • v.11 no.3
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    • pp.200-211
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    • 1997
  • Most recently, offshore Engineering & Construction field is concerned about integration management technology such as CIM(Computer Integrated Manufacturing), PDM(Product Data Management) and Enterprise Information Engineering in order to cope with the rapid change of engineering and manufacturer specification as per owner's requirement during construction stage of the project. System integration and integrated data modeling with relational database in integration management technology improve the quality of product and reduce the period of the construction project by reason of owing design information jointly. This paper represents the design methodology of system integration using Business Process Reengineering by the case study. The case study is about the offshore plant material information process from front end engineering design to detail engineering for the construction and the basis of monitoring system by integrating and sharing the design information between the 2D intelligent P&ID and 3D plant modeling using relational database. As a result of the integrated data modeling and system integration, it is possible to maintain the consistency of design process in point of view of the material balancing and reduce the design assumption/duration. Near future, this system will be expanded and connected with the MRP(Material Requirement Planing) and the POR (Purchase Order Requisition) system.

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Evaluation of current practice and associated challenges towards integrated design

  • Fadoul, Abdelaziz H.;Tizani, Walid
    • Advances in Computational Design
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    • v.2 no.2
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    • pp.89-105
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    • 2017
  • The AEC industry is highly interested in effective ICT adoption and deployment, including its utilization within the design process. However, its capabilities have not yet been fully exploited and it is an obvious area for further research. Architects and engineers tend to have some technological support to monitor and evaluate the possible impacts of decisions made throughout the design process. Many aspects are left out of consideration and the entire project is broken up into independent fragments or domains that are combined together at a later, post hoc stage. Impact of separate decisions on each others have to be interpreted on a person-to-person basis between the involved design stakeholders. This paper attempts to evaluate current design practice and associated challenges towards design integration with advanced technologies, such as BIM, by conducting an online survey targeted at designers and engineers, who are most affected by its emerging issues. The outcomes of this study are presented and analysed, concluding that the current design process fails to meet expectations and needs improvements. It goes further to propose the requirements for an integrated system as a means for an effective solution for the identified problem.