Computer-Aided Design, Engineering, & Manufacturing Systems by Cornelius T. Leondes

By Cornelius T. Leondes

Within the aggressive company enviornment businesses needs to regularly attempt to create new and higher items swifter, extra successfully, and extra affordably than their rivals to realize and continue the aggressive virtue. Computer-aided layout (CAD), computer-aided engineering (CAE), and computer-aided production (CAM) are actually the ordinary. those seven volumes provide the reader a finished remedy of the thoughts and purposes of CAD, CAE, and CAM.

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The concept of “bond-cycle” has been defined to determine on which side of the boundary the closed curve (loop) lies. The feature interactions problem in this paper has been essentially viewed as one that exists owing to interaction between feature boundaries. Feature interaction cases have been classified as follows. 1. Interacting features sharing edges. 2. Interacting features sharing vertices. 3. Interacting features sharing faces. Narang [1996] proposed a feature recognition methodology that is application independent (independent of manufacturing process) and one that generates explicit representation of geometric feature interactions.

The possible trade-offs suggested by Shah and Mathew [1991] are listed next. • Standardization of “common” shapes and semantic information. • Standardization of general classes of shapes only. • Standardization of “common” shapes and facility to convey nonstandard information to the application programs. • Standardization of low-level shape and semantic information. Feature Mapping Feature mapping refers to transformation of product information from one application (or viewpoint) to another. A feature space is dependent to a large extent upon the product type, application domain, and level of abstraction [Shah, 1988; Shah and Rogers, 1988].

The various tolerance representational schemes used by researchers are [Shah and Miller, 1990]: • Evaluated entity structures (for example, the EDT model of Johnson, 1985; Ranyak and Fridshall, 1988; Shah and Miller, 1990). • CSG-based structures (for example, the VGraph structure by Requicha and Chan, 1986; Elgabry, 1986). , 1988; Roy and Liu, 1988). • Constructive variational geometry (CVG) approach by Turner and Wozny [1988]. Shah and Miller [1990] suggested that the tolerance modeler should not only store the tolerances but should be capable of storing the meaning of the tolerances in the data structure.

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