Titel: Feature Based Product Life-Cycle Modelling
IFIP TC5 / WG5. 2 & WG5. 3 Conference on Feature Modelling and Advanced Design-for-the-Life-Cycle Systems (FEATS 2001) June 12-14, 2001, Valenciennes, France.
'International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP)'.
Herausgegeben von Gustav J. Olling, René Soenen
30. November 2002 - gebunden - 204 Seiten
Feature-based technology is the key factor towards meeting the increasingly high demands of improving and speeding up the product development process from concept to customer feedback, and is therefore expected to be able to provide for a better approach to integrate the complete product design process chain.
Feature Based Product Life-Cycle Modelling is dedicated to exploring the progress towards an integrated solution for the product creation process based on feature technology. Hence, it encompasses significant phases of the product creation process, from conceptual design to recycling, including the following topics:
*Knowledge based engineering;
*Multiple-view geometric modelling;
*Technological links among assemblies;
*Manufacturing process cost estimation;
*Product deterioration prediction;
*Product recovery estimation.
For each topic, a state of the art, theoretic bases, tentative solutions and illustrative examples are detailed, demonstrating the successful application of feature technology to the modelling of innovative products and the efficient control of their design.
The book is a selection of proceedings from the International Conference on Feature Modelling in Advanced Design-for-the-Life-Cycle Systems (FEATS 2001), which was sponsored by the International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP) and held in Valenciennes, France in June 2001.
Contributors. Acknowledgements. Preface.
Exploiting Integrated 'Product' & 'Life-Phase' Features; J.C. Borg, F. Giannini.
Feature-Based Virtual Engineering; G. Brunetti.
An Approach to Implement Feature-Based Applications Using Knowledge Aided Engineering Technology; F. Mandorli, et al.
Product Development with Multiple-View Feature Modelling; W.F. Bronsvoort, et al.
Improving Design Productivity and Product Data Consistency; F. Giguère, et al.
Feature-Based Integration of Product, Process and Resources; S. Haasis, et al.
Product Model Based Multiple Viewpoint Information Sharing Using Features Technology; J.O. Canciglieri, R.I.M. Young.
A Hierarchical CAPP System Architecture for Die Cavity Machining; K. Ko, et al.
Tolerance Modeling Using the Feature Based Product Model for Prediction of Used Parts Deterioration; M. Matsuda, et al.
Product Recovery-Cycles Design: Extension of Useful Life; F. Giudice, et al.