Computer-aided engineering

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  • Cloud Based Solutions for Computer Aided Engineering

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    Cloud Based Solutions for Computer Aided Engineering As cloud computing and services become increasing popular, companies like Autodesk and Ciespace are providing cloud based solutions for computer-aided engineering (CAE). The various computer software used to aid in engineering simulation and analysis tasks will be provided as a services. The cloud based CAE have various advantages over non-cloud based CAE. It is more convenient, cheaper and efficient. Cloud based CAE is more convenient, as it allows

  • Application of Reverse Engineering in Computer Aided Designing

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    Reverse Engineering A brilliant method of taking an object apart and disassembling all of its mechanical components and analyze every bit of detail, enough to recreate a duplicate without fully understanding the original. Reverse engineering is used for many reasons, for example; a military obtains an enemy tank that is in good enough condition to be operated, they can have their engineers take the machinery apart and gain the knowledge on how to duplicate the same class tank without having to

  • CAD in the Design Office and the Process of Concurrent Design Engineering

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    Computer aided design (CAD) is used in design offices around the world because speed and efficiency is extremely valuable. The idea of Concurrent Design Engineering is a relatively new concept that has improved the speed that designers produce a product. Concurrent Design Engineering is a way to integrate all the processes in design back to a three-dimensional geometric data base or a CAD model. All the steps in designing a product have an opportunity to contribute to and be actively informed of

  • Integrated Computer Aided Engineering And Information Processing And Intelligent Control Of Education Ministry Of China

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    Integrated Computer-Aided Engineering 0 (2017) 1?0 1 IOS Press A Region Division Based Diversity Maintaining Approach for Many-Objective Optimization Linqiang Pan a,c, Cheng He a, Ye Tian b, Yansen Su b, and Xingyi Zhang b,? aKey Laboratory of Image Information Processing and Intelligent Control of Education Ministry of China, School of Automation, Huazhong University of Science and Technology, No. 1037, Luoyu Road, Wuhan, 430074, China E-mail: {chenghehust, lqpanhust} b Institute of Bio-inspired

  • Advantages And Disadvantages Of Qfd

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    2.3 Quality Function Deployment (QFD) Quality function deployment (QFD) is originally developed by Dr. Yoji Akao in Japan in 1966. It had been implemented by Dr. S. Mizuno. QFD is a method to transform requirements of customers to products design. The purpose of QFD is to investigate the most important elements to develop product that closely meet the needs of customers. According to Akao (1990), QFD is one of the technique to ensure the design quality while the product is still in the design stage

  • How The Cal System Is Necessary

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    They explain that the CAL system is necessary to provide the relevant subject matter or “basic information about the subject.” Hoggarth and Lockyer (1998) stress that there are 3 levels of learning and in order for students to achieve success where the last 2 levels involve “repetitive exercises” and “feedback” are necessary for full knowledge. According to Hogarth and Lockyer (1998) the 3 levels of learning require the incorporation of CAL and CASE tools in 4 stages where CASE is integral in stages

  • The Impact Of Ict On The Automotive Design And The Manufacturing Process

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    process ICT has become a fundamental part of engineering careers, thanks to software’s which help us to design, create, test, analyse, assembly and many other things, making the mass production of cars easier, more precise and faster. The most used and popular software’s in engineering are AutoCAD (Automatic Computer aided design) for precise dimension in drawing, BIM (Building information modelling), CAM (Computer Aided Manufacturing), and CNC (Computer Numerical Control) This report will also analyse

  • The Military Sector Of The Marine Corps

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    We are losing some of our best Machinists and Welders after their first enlistment due to the lucrative options available in the civilian sector and the lack of opportunities to display their innovative nature in the Marine Corps. An additive and subtractive fabricator in the trenches would serve to be an asset to commanders, because he/she will not be limited by technology or lack of expertise. Both of these specialties present an opportunity to exploit manufacturing capabilities. After all, exploitation

  • Advantages Of CAD Software

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    software? CAD, or computer-aided design and drafting (CADD), is the use of computer technology for design and design documentation. CAD software replaces manual drafting with an automated process. CAD, or computer-aided design and drafting (CADD), is the use of computer technology for design drafting and also helpful in drawing different CNC’s designs. CAD software replaces manual drafting with an automated process. As we work in the architecture, MEP, or structural engineering fields, we have probably

  • Advantages Of Cad Design

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    COMPUTER-AIDED DESIGN: Computer-Aided Design (CAD) is a direct development of the traditional drafting board approach to ship design. CAD depicts geometry and dimensions on a computer monitor and not directly on paper, though an important output of CAD is still paper drawings. Sophisticated CAD systems are much more powerful than computer versions of drafting boards. CAD is most appropriate for relatively simple designs such as those developed in the smaller shipyards. For more complex designs,