By Jordan J. Cox (auth.), Pere Brunet, Christoph M. Hoffmann, Dieter Roller (eds.)
Systems to aid the regularly shrinking product improvement cycles and the expanding caliber specifications desire major improvements and new approaches.
In this e-book very important new instruments and algorithms for destiny product modeling structures are offered. it truly is in accordance with a seminar on the overseas convention and study heart for machine technology, Schloß Dagstuhl, Germany, offered via the world over well-known specialists in CAD technology.
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The demonstrator offers different levels of usability, so that it can be used to show managers, designers, technicians the concepts, and gather new requirements, requests for modifications, improvement, etc. The required modifications have been introduced both as new system specification and in the demonstrator implementation. Once the demonstrator has been validated, the real system implementation can start, based on its specifications, and the demonstrator itself. , since already validated through the demonstrator.
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Significant shape details are considered as features which can be replaced by 2D (shells or plates) or ID (bars or fibres) idealisations. These idealisations bear nevertheless form parameters (possibly variable) and edge modifiers (filleting, rounding or chamfering) which allows the restoration of the complete 3D shape. To illustrate a possible use of this approach of preliminary design, an example is presented, which shows a "typical" designer working in such an environment. 1 LlGIM laboratory, University Claude Bernard Lyon 1 France Presently XAOlab, ESIL-University Aix-Marseille 2 France P.
CAD Tools and Algorithms for Product Design by Jordan J. Cox (auth.), Pere Brunet, Christoph M. Hoffmann, Dieter Roller (eds.)