Integrated Design and Manufacturing in Mechanical Engineering 98

Bocquet J.C. (1996) Product/Manufacture a systemic approach for simultaneous engineering, 1st International Conference on Integrated Design and Manufacturing in Mechanical Engineering : IDMME'96, Nantes, France, April 14-17.

Integrated Design and Manufacturing in Mechanical Engineering    98

This volume contains the selected manuscripts of the papers presented at the Second IDMME Conference on "Integrated Design and Manufacturing in Mechanical Engineering", held in Compiegne, France, at the University of Technology of Compiegne, May 27-29, 1998. The purpose of the Conference was to present and discuss topics dealing with the optimization of product design and manufacturing processes with particular attention to (1) the analysis and optimum design of mechanical parts and mechanisms (2) the modeling of forming processes (3) the development of computer aided manufacturing tools (4) the methodological aspects of integrated design and manufacturing in adapted technical and human environments. The initiative of the conference and the organization thereof is mainly due to the efforts of the french PRIMECA group (Pool of Computer ResoUfces for Mechanics). The international Institution for Production Engineering Research (C.I.R.P.) was helpful to attract international participants. The conference brought together three hundred and twenty worldwide participants.

Integrated Design and Manufacturing in Mechanical Engineering 98

This volume contains the selected manuscripts of the papers presented at the Second IDMME Conference on "Integrated Design and Manufacturing in Mechanical Engineering", held in Compiegne, France, at the University of Technology of Compiegne ...

Integrated Design and Manufacturing in Mechanical Engineering    98

This volume contains the selected manuscripts of the papers presented at the Second IDMME Conference on "Integrated Design and Manufacturing in Mechanical Engineering", held in Compiegne, France, at the University of Technology of Compiegne, May 27-29, 1998. The purpose of the Conference was to present and discuss topics dealing with the optimization of product design and manufacturing processes with particular attention to (1) the analysis and optimum design of mechanical parts and mechanisms (2) the modeling of forming processes (3) the development of computer aided manufacturing tools (4) the methodological aspects of integrated design and manufacturing in adapted technical and human environments. The initiative of the conference and the organization thereof is mainly due to the efforts of the french PRIMECA group (Pool of Computer ResoUfces for Mechanics). The international Institution for Production Engineering Research (C.I.R.P.) was helpful to attract international participants. The conference brought together three hundred and twenty worldwide participants.

Integrated Design and Manufacturing in Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical models management in engineering design. Proceedings of IDMME98; 1998. Compiègne (France), 1998. 5. B. Faltings. A symbolic approach to qualitative kinematics in Artificial Intelligence Journal. Elsevier 1992:56:139-170. 6.

Integrated Design and Manufacturing in Mechanical Engineering

Proceedings of the Third IDMME Conference held in Montreal, Canada, May 2000

Integrated Design of a Product Family and Its Assembly System

In J.-L. Batoz, P. Chedmail, G. Cognet, and C. Fortin, editors, Integrated Design and Manufacturing in Mechanical Engineering '98, pages 415–422. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, The Netherlands, 1999.

Integrated Design of a Product Family and Its Assembly System

Integrated Design of a Product Family and Its Assembly System presents an integrated approach for the design of a product family and its assembly system, whose main principles consider the product family as a fictitious unique product for which the assembly system is to be devised. It imposes assembly and operation constraints as late as possible in the design process to get liberties in the system design, and adapts the product family at each design stage to integrate the new constraints related to the successive design choices. Integrated Design of a Product Family and Its Assembly System is an important, must-have book for researchers and Ph.D. students in Computer-Integrated Manufacturing, Mechanical Engineering, and Manufacturing, as well as practitioners in the Design, Planning and Production departments in the manufacturing industry. Integrated Design of a Product Family and Its Assembly System is also suitable for use as a textbook in courses such as Computer-Aided Design, Concurrent Engineering, Design for Assembly, Process Planning, and Integrated Design.

Recent Advances in Integrated Design and Manufacturing in Mechanical Engineering

A.M. LOVATT, H.R. SHERCLIFF, "Manufacturing process selection in engineering design. ... M. PERZYK, O.K. MEFTAH "Selection of manufacturing process in mechanical design”, Journal of Materials Processing Technology, N°76, 1998, pp.

Recent Advances in Integrated Design and Manufacturing in Mechanical Engineering

This book presents recent advances in the integration and the optimization of product design and manufacturing systems. The book is divided into 3 chapters corresponding to the following three main topics : - optimization of product design process (mechanical design process, mass customization, modeling the product representation, computer support for engineering design, support systems for tolerancing, simulation and optimization tools for structures and for mechanisms and robots), -optimization of manufacturing systems (multi-criteria optimization and fuzzy volumes, tooth path generation, machine-tools behavior, surface integrity and precision, process simulation), - methodological aspects of integrated design and manufacturing (solid modeling, collaborative tools and knowledge formalization, integrating product and process design and innovation, robust and reliable design, multi-agent approach in VR environment). The present book is of interest to engineers, researchers, academic staff, and postgraduate students interested in integrated design and manufacturing in mechanical engineering.

Design of Sustainable Product Life Cycles

1998) Mitrouchev P., Brun-Picard D., Hollard M., Haurat A., « A New Product-Model for Production », Proceeding of 2-nd International Conference on Integrated Design and Manufacturing in Mechanical Engineering, I.D.M.M.E.'98, May 27-29, ...

Design of Sustainable Product Life Cycles

Life cycle design is understood as "to develop" (to plan, to calculate, to define, to draw) a holistic concept for the entire life cycle of a product". Life cycle design means a one time planning during the concept phase of a product in which the pathway of a product over the entire life cycle is determined. So e.g. the planning of possible services for a product during its utilization phase, the way of material recycling, how and which parts can be reused, how the logistics for recycling will be organised or how the product can be used afterwards. So it is a conceptual pre-design of all later activities over the life cycle. By this understanding the book delivers a really holistic approach because before a product is physically made a life-long concept and utilization scenarios with closed material and information cycles have to be developed. This promotes a real "thinking in product (life) cycles". The book addresses professionals as well as researchers and students in the field of product life cycle management. Different methods in the field of product design, operation and recycling will be presented and finally merge to an integrated method of product life cycle design. Readers will benefit from the holistic approach which enables them to design successful products by the implementation of closed loop product life cycles.

Advances in Integrated Design and Manufacturing in Mechanical Engineering II

G.A. Hazelrigg, On irrationality in engineering design, ASME Journal of Mechanical Design 119, 1997, 194–196. 3. ... G.A. Hazelrigg, A framework for decision based design, ASME Journal of Mechanical Design 120(4), 1998, 653–658. 5.

Advances in Integrated Design and Manufacturing in Mechanical Engineering II

The 33 papers presented in this book were selected from amongst the 97 papers presented during the sixth edition of the International Conference on Integrated Design and Manufacturing in Mechanical Engineering during 28 sessions. This conference represents the state-of-the-art research in the field. Two keynote papers introduce the subject of the Conference and are followed by the different themes highlighted during the conference.

Advances in Concurrent Engineering

... B. Mutel , An Integrated Mechanical Design Approach based on the product FST Specifications Models , Proceedings of 2nd International Conference on Integrated Design and Manufacturing in Mechanical Engineering , IDMME'98 PRIMECA ...

Advances in Concurrent Engineering

This book is a collection of papers presented at the 7th ISPE International Conference on Concurrent Engineering (CE): Research and Applications. The papers deal with different topics providing information on information modelling, CE in virtual environment, and standards in CE.

Design for Configuration

[ 4 ] Pimmler T. U. and Eppinger S. D. ( 1994 ) , Integration analysis of product decompositions , ASME DETC ... on integrated design and manufacturing in mechanical engineering , IDMME , UTC , Compiegne [ 16 ] Jiao J. ( 1998 ) , Design ...

Design for Configuration

This book contains the contributions presented in the 5th WDK Workshop on Product Structuring in Tampere, Finland, in February 2000. Special theme was Design for Configuration. Besides the papers it includes developed summaries from the discussions of the expert group. Thus, the book provides the reader with a review of the latest discussion in the ongoing process of Product Structuring. Even though the meeting was of academic nature, the papers include many practical examples of industrial applications. In order to give a comprehensive picture of the aspects of Design for Configuration the papers are organised in four sections: - Analysis of customers, markets and technology; - Development of product portfolios and module systems; - Metrics and methods for modularity and configurability; - Supporting modeling and IT-tools. This book is the first publication of the newly established Design Society.

Integration of Process Knowledge into Design Support Systems

Proceedings of the 1999 CIRP International Design Seminar, University of Twente, Enschede, The Netherlands, 24–26 March, ... on Integrated Design and Manufacturing in Mechanical Engineering, IDMME, UTC; Compiegne, France; 1998 [Lanner, ...

Integration of Process Knowledge into Design Support Systems

Design is a fundamental creative human activity. This certainly applies to the design of artefacts, the realisation of which has to meet many constraints and ever raising criteria. The world in which we live today, is enormously influenced by the human race. Over the last century, these artefacts have dramatically changed the living conditions of humans. The present wealth in very large parts of the world, depends on it. All the ideas for better and new artefacts brought forward by humans have gone through the minds of designers, who have turned them into feasible concepts and subsequently transformed them into realistic product models. The designers have been, still are, and will remain the leading 'change agents' in the physical world. Manufacturability of artefacts has always played a significant role in design. In pre industrial manufacturing, the blacksmith held the many design and realisation aspects of a product in one hand. The synthesis of the design and manufacturing aspects took, almost implicitly, place in the head of the man. All the knowledge and the skills were stored in one person. Education and training took place along the line of many years of apprenticeship. When the production volumes increased, -'assembling to measure' was no longer tolerated and production efficiency became essential - design, process planning, production planning and fabrication became separated concerns. The designers created their own world, separated from the production world. They argued that restrictions in the freedom of designing would badly influence their creativity in design.

Design Management

... agents and we define their main objectives and interests to assist actors in engineering design co - ordination . ... in Integrated Design and Manufacturing in Mechanical Engineering : IDMME'98 , edited by J.L.Batoz , P.Chedmail ...

Design Management

Efficient design management solutions for today's new challenges Design Management: Process and Information Issues is a collection of papers presented at the 13th International Conference on Engineering Design in Glasgow, Scotland. One of four volumes, this book highlights the newest developments in design management and the solutions that facilitate innovation. Focused on common challenges within the design process, these papers provide insight gleaned from current and ongoing work to help design and engineering teams meet the increasing demands of the modern product development environment.

Design for Tomorrow Volume 1

Savransky, S.D.: Engineering of Creativity: Introduction to TRIZ Methodology of Inventive Problem Solving, pp. 1–394. (2000) 25. ... In: Integrated Design and Manufacturing in Mechanical Engineering '98, pp. 643–650.

Design for Tomorrow   Volume 1

This book showcases cutting-edge research papers from the 8th International Conference on Research into Design (ICoRD 2021) written by eminent researchers from across the world on design processes, technologies, methods and tools, and their impact on innovation, for supporting design for a connected world. The theme of ICoRD‘21 has been “Design for Tomorrow”. The world as we know it in our times is increasingly becoming connected. In this interconnected world, design has to address new challenges of merging the cyber and the physical, the smart and the mundane, the technology and the human. As a result, there is an increasing need for strategizing and thinking about design for a better tomorrow. The theme for ICoRD’21 serves as a provocation for the design community to think about rapid changes in the near future to usher in a better tomorrow. The papers in this book explore these themes, and their key focus is design for tomorrow: how are products and their development be addressed for the immediate pressing needs within a connected world? The book will be of interest to researchers, professionals and entrepreneurs working in the areas on industrial design, manufacturing, consumer goods, and industrial management who are interested in the new and emerging methods and tools for design of new products, systems and services.

Additive Manufacturing Technologies

Systems engineering: An approach to information-based design. ... for ship design. Transactions, Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, 98, ... In Integrated design and manufacturing in mechanical engineering (pp. 85–92).

Additive Manufacturing Technologies

This textbook covers in detail digitally-driven methods for adding materials together to form parts. A conceptual overview of additive manufacturing is given, beginning with the fundamentals so that readers can get up to speed quickly. Well-established and emerging applications such as rapid prototyping, micro-scale manufacturing, medical applications, aerospace manufacturing, rapid tooling and direct digital manufacturing are also discussed. This book provides a comprehensive overview of additive manufacturing technologies as well as relevant supporting technologies such as software systems, vacuum casting, investment casting, plating, infiltration and other systems. Reflects recent developments and trends and adheres to the ASTM, SI and other standards; Includes chapters on topics that span the entire AM value chain, including process selection, software, post-processing, industrial drivers for AM, and more; Provides a broad range of technical questions to ensure comprehensive understanding of the concepts covered.

Global Consistency of Tolerances

[Temmerman 1998] M. Temmerman & Behavioral laws for tolerancing synthesis x , In: proceedings of International Conference on Integrated Design and Manufacturing in Mechanical Engineering, IDMME'98; ...

Global Consistency of Tolerances

This book contains selected contributions from the 6th CIRP International Seminar on Computer-Aided Tolerancing, which was held on 22-24 March, 1999, at the University of Twente, Enschede, The Netherlands. This volume presents the theory and application of consistent tolerancing. Until recently CADCAM systems did not even address the issue of tolerances and focused purely on nominal geometry. Therefore, CAD data was only of limited use for the downstream processes. The latest generation of CADCAM systems incorporates functionality for tolerance specification. However, the lack of consistency in existing tolerancing standards and everyday tolerancing practice still lead to ill-defined products, excessive manufacturing costs and unexpected failures. Research and improvement of education in tolerancing are hot items today. Global Consistency of Tolerances gives an excellent overview of the recent developments in the field of Computer-Aided Tolerancing, including such topics as tolerance specification; tolerance analysis; tolerance synthesis; tolerance representation; geometric product specification; functional product analysis; statistical tolerancing; education of tolerancing; computational metrology; tolerancing standards; and industrial applications and CAT systems. This book is well suited to users of new generation CADCAM systems who want to use the available tolerancing possibilities properly. It can also be used as a starting point for research activities.

Applied Research and Engineering Solutions in Industry

In Integrated Design and Manufacturing in Mechanical Engineering '98. In: Proceedings of the Second IDMME Conference. Compiègne, France, 1998. p. 85–92. [7] Yamazaki, K.; Han, J. Maximization of the crushing energy absorption of ...

Applied Research and Engineering Solutions in Industry

Collection of selected, peer reviewed papers from the International Conference on Electrical Information and Mechatronics (ICEIM 2012), December 23-25, 2012, Jiaozuo, China. The papers are grouped as follows: Chapter 1: Mechanical Engineering; Chapter 2: Mechanical Transmission, Vibration and Friction; Chapter 3: Materials Engineering; Chapter 4: Manufacturing Technologies; Chapter 5: Devices and Instruments for Detection and Diagnosis; Chapter 6: Mechatronics, Control and Information Technologies; Chapter 7: Environment Engineering; Chapter 8: Engineering Management and Product Design.

Advances in Integrated Design and Manufacturing in Mechanical Engineering

J.F. Allen, On the Aggregation of Preferences in Engineering Design, in ASME Design fefefef Engineering Technical ... in IDMME2000 : Third International Conference on Integrated Design and Manufacturing in Mechanical Engineering ...

Advances in Integrated Design and Manufacturing in Mechanical Engineering

This book presents a selection of papers related to the fifth edition of book further to the International Conference on Integrated Design and Manufacturing in Mechanical Engineering. This Conference has been organized within the framework of the activities of the AIP-PRIMECA network whose main scientific field is Integrated Design applied to both Mechanical Engineering and Productics. This network isorganized along the lines of a joint project: the evolution, in the field of training of Integrated Design in Mechanics and Productics, in quite close connection with the ever changing industrial needs over the past 20 years. It is in charge of promoting both exchanges of experience and know-how capitalisation. It has a paramount mission to fulfil, be it in the field of initial and continuous education, technological transfer and knowledge dissemination through strong links with research labs. For the second time, in fact, the IDMME Conference has been held abroad and, after Canada in 2000, the United Kingdom, more particularly Bath University, has been retained under the responsibility of Professor Alan Bramley, the Chairman of the Scientific Committee of the conference. The Scientific Committee members have selected all the lectures from com mplete papers, which is the guarantee for the Conference of quite an outstanding scientific level. After that, a new selection hasbeen carried out to retain the best publications, which establish in a book, a state-of-the-art analysis as regards Integrated Design and Manufacturing in the discipline of Mechanical Engineering.

Methods and Tools for Co operative and Integrated Design

Hazelrigg G.A., A Framework for Decision-Based Design, Journal of Mechanical Design 120, pp653-658, 1998. 4. Fernández M.G., Seepersad C.C., Rosen D.W., Allen J.K., Mistree F., Utility-Based Decision Support for Selection in Engineering ...

Methods and Tools for Co operative and Integrated Design

SMC COLOMBIER FONTAINE is a company in the AFE METAL group, which uses a sand casting process to manufacture steel primary parts. To reduce the "time to market", primary part producers need to reduce the time and cost of the industrialisation process. These factors, in addition to the global goal of improving process performance levels, brought SMC to develop numerical technologies and traceability from quotation to part delivery [1]. Nowadays, these improvements are incorporated into company culture. The next step in reducing the time and cost of the production process is to introduce a complete methodology of use and experience feedback of these new models and methods. To be able to generalise this approach, a CAD methodology is essential and thus becomes a step in the industrialisation process. The amount of improvements engendered by the numerical technologies largely justifies the time investment made to obtain a numerical definition of all the different elements in the sand casting process [2]. The objective of our approach is to optimise the product and its production process by generating a complete numerical reference, through the integration of quotation, CAD, simulation, new manufacturing technologies and effective production processes.

Collaborative Design and Planning for Digital Manufacturing

[10.14] Liu, X.G., Jin, Y. and Xi, J.T., 2006, “Development of a web-based tele- manufacturing service system for rapid ... 1998, “Integrated design and manufacturing over the Internet,” In ASME Design Engineering Technical Conferences, ...

Collaborative Design and Planning for Digital Manufacturing

Collaborative design has attracted much attention in the research community in recent years. With increasingly decentralized manufacturing systems and processes, more collaborative approaches and systems are needed to support distributed manufacturing operations. "Collaborative Design and Planning for Digital Manufacturing" presents a focused collection of quality chapters on the state-of-the-art research efforts in the area of collaborative design and planning, as well as their practical applications towards digital manufacturing. "Collaborative Design and Planning for Digital Manufacturing" provides both a broad-based review of the key areas of research in digital manufacturing, and an in-depth treatment of particular methodologies and systems, from collaborative design to distributed planning, monitoring and control. Recent development and innovations in this area provide a pool of focused research efforts, relevant to a wide readership from academic researchers to practicing engineers.

Integrated Design of Multiscale Multifunctional Materials and Products

Integrated design and rapid manufacturing over the Internet. ASME 1998 Design Engineering Technical Conferences. Atlanta, GA, September 13–16. Paper number: DETC98/CIE-5519. Ray, S.R., 2002. Interoperability standards in the semantic ...

Integrated Design of Multiscale  Multifunctional Materials and Products

Integrated Design of Multiscale, Multifunctional Materials and Products is the first of its type to consider not only design of materials, but concurrent design of materials and products. In other words, materials are not just selected on the basis of properties, but the composition and/or microstructure iw designed to satisfy specific ranged sets of performance requirements. This book presents the motivation for pursuing concurrent design of materials and products, thoroughly discussing the details of multiscale modeling and multilevel robust design and provides details of the design methods/strategies along with selected examples of designing material attributes for specified system performance. It is intended as a monograph to serve as a foundational reference for instructors of courses at the senior and introductory graduate level in departments of materials science and engineering, mechanical engineering, aerospace engineering and civil engineering who are interested in next generation systems-based design of materials. First of its kind to consider not only design of materials, but concurrent design of materials and products Treatment of uncertainty via robust design of materials Integrates the "materials by design approach" of Olson/Ques Tek LLC with the "materials selection" approach of Ashby/Granta Distinquishes the processes of concurrent design of materials and products as an overall systems design problem from the field of multiscale modeling Systematic mathematical algorithms and methods are introduced for robust design of materials, rather than ad hoc heuristics--it is oriented towards a true systems approach to design of materials and products