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Upgrading a CAD System with Expert System

Kaiba, P.; Prebil, I.; Novak, A. // 2002
The article describes an expert system which is fully adapted to computer aided development of products in mechanical engineering and is based upon feature technology. It supplements the features of ...

Using Bayesian Models in Preliminary Design

Finger, S.; Pacheco, J.; Amon, C. // 2002
Our objective is to develop a methodology to create surrogate models that enable designers to explore the interactions among design parameters at levels of detail and accuracy that correspond to the ...

Using Finite Elements Model of the Human Body for Shape Optimization of Seats: Optimization Material Properties

Moes, N. C. C. M.; Horváth, I. // 2002
An optimization procedure was developed to search for the ergonomically optimum product shape. The optimization entity is a FEM of the human body. The modification variable is the pressure in the ...

Using of 3-D Parametrical Blocking Contours for Optimizing External Cylindrical Gear Drives on a "Geometrical Level"

Nenov, P.; Anguelova, A.; Kaloyanov, B. // 2002
Always when the operating gear center distance is not specified, the modern design process of a gear drive with optimal parameters could start by creating a 3-D model of it parametrical blocking ...

Variant Design Based on Product Platform

Pavlic, Davor; Pavkovic, Neven; Štorga, Mario // 2002
This paper details the approach for design a product variants based on the scalable product platforms, called scalable product variants. A short overview of the terms in product variety it is given. ...

Vehicle Dynamics Simulation Part 2: Presenting the Simulated Vehicle Dynamics in Virtual 3D Environment

Ambrož, M.; Ciglarič, I.; Prebil, I. // 2002
Results of simulations done by mathematical models of driving dynamics have to be presented in a clear and appealing way. One possibility of this is presentation by animation in virtual 3D ...

Vehicle Dynamics Simulation, Part 1: Mathematical Model

Ciglarič, Iztok; Prebil, Ivan // 2002
The field of computational dynamic is surveyed, focusing on issues relevant to develop complex and numerical efficient mathematical models. Considering the topic of mathematical model, today various ...

Vibration Analysis of Vacuum Cleaner Motors

Tavcar, J.; Duhovnik, J. // 2002
Once a product is developed and its manufacture begins, its level of excellence immediately starts decreasing due to other competitive products on the market. Its life on the market can be prolonged ...

Virtual Prototyping Simulation for the Design of Two-Wheeled Vehicles

Barone, S.; Curcio, A.; Pierucci, F. // 2002
In this paper, a CAD system and a multi-body kernel have been integrated using a neutral top-down design environment. In particular, a parametric 3D functional scheme is developed as entry-level ...

Web-basiertes Projektierungswerkzeug für die Hydrostatik

Schmidt, J.; Feldmann, D. G. // 2002

What shall engineers be taught about product development?

Andreasen, M. M. // 2002
After the recognition of product development as a central and very important area for business success of industrial companies, many engineering schools have established courses on product ...

Why Methods Don't Work and How to Get them to Work

Birkhofer, H.; Kloberdanz, H.; Sauer, T.; Berger, B. // 2002

"Joining three heads" - experiences from mechatronic projects

Andreasen, Mogens Myrup; McAloone, Tim C. // 2001

Erweiterung der FMEA-Methodik für die Produktentwicklung

Breiing, Alois; Kunz, Andreas // 2001

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