CAD Tools and Algorithms for Product Design by Jordan J. Cox (auth.), Pere Brunet, Christoph M. Hoffmann,

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 want major improvements and new approaches.
In this ebook very important new instruments and algorithms for destiny product modeling platforms are provided. it really is in accordance with a seminar on the foreign convention and study middle for machine technological know-how, Schloß Dagstuhl, Germany, provided by means of the world over well-known specialists in CAD technology.

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Agination (image-ination... ) · graphics are powerful communication tools (a drawing is worth a thousand words ... ) These reasons explain the strong attachment of designers to graphics. Such graphics are then trans1ated into more complete and precise geometric models, which are essential to the design process, since: · they embody design intents, · they communicate such intents to other designers. There is a strong tendency in the academic research world to consider that such design intents would be better defined as functions or functional form features relating the functions to the geometry .

4: Knowledge formalization process. Knowledge is formalized and embedded into the system, so that the level of interaction, and consequently the level of activity are increased. 40 CAD Tools and Algorithms for Product Design As seen so far, adding knowledge to the system increases both the levels of activity and usability. This process requires knowledge formalization, implementation and verification, which is costly and time consuming. In the following session, we illustrate a method developed for increasing the activity and usability levels, alternative to the usual knowledge specification, implementation and validation processes.

7 : The push-pull tool for manipulating curve parts within the circle 30 CAD Tools and Algorithms for Product Design The evaluation of the prototype in different industrial environments and applications will show that research results can easily enter into productive wor1d1ows. This goes for large companies in the automotive branch as well as for suppliers and small styling studios. Since the object-oriented implementation of the prototype is based on an open architecture and the individual components are strictly defined, the ground is prepared for a consistent component technology parting from monolithic CAD large-scale systems.

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