Assembly Representation Within a Product Data Framework

Henson, Brian W., Baxter, James E. and Juster, Neal P. (1993) Assembly Representation Within a Product Data Framework. In: Advances in Design Automation.

Full content URL: https://doi.org/10.1115/DETC1993-0307

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Abstract

Recent research at the University of Leeds demonstrated how a product data model can integrate the information required and used during product design and manufacture. The product data framework developed during this research structured assemblies as lists of parts and did not consider information about the relationships between components necessary to support applications such as tolerance analysis and design for assembly. This paper describes how we intend to combine research in assembly representation, functional modeling and data modeling to describe the geometric and functional relationships between components of assemblies. Focus is provided by considering both the design process and the information requirements of a design for assembly analysis.

Keywords:Manufacturing, Design, Modeling, Product design, Tolerance analysis
Subjects:H Engineering > H100 General Engineering
ID Code:47050
Deposited On:28 Oct 2021 09:26

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