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TECHNOLOGICAL KNOWLEDGE EMBEDDED IN A FEATURE-BASED CAD MODEL

TECHNOLOGICAL KNOWLEDGE EMBEDDED IN A FEATURE-BASED CAD MODEL

Year: 2004

Section: DESIGN INFORMATION SYSTEMS & KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT

Editor: ed: Marjanovic, D.

Author: Rohde D., Herold Z., Bojcetic N., Marjanovic D.

Section: DESIGN INFORMATION SYSTEMS & KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT

Pages: 889 - 896

Abstract

The paper presents the research pertaining to knowledge management and the design of an information system in order to obtain the computer-based support for product embodiment phase in engineering design and in order to improve the CAD system. The model whose structure has been presented and partially described is intended to enable the designer to access the knowledge on technological shape giving (forming) during the process of product embodiment using the existing CAD systems. In order to present the flow of knowledge and information during the product embodiment phase, a structure of the process of product modelling has been developed.

Keywords: knowledge management, engineering workbench, feature recognition

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