Advances in Integrated Design and Manufacturing in Mechanical Engineering / Edition 1

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Overview

The unique focus of the book is the close symbiotic relationship between design and manufacture. It presents a selection of thirty-three papers ensuing from the fifth International Conference on Integrated Design and Manufacturing in Mechanical Engineering, held at the University of Bath, UK, in April 2004.

The contributions are divided in the following sections: two keynotes presenting the general synergies and relationships between the design and manufacturing processes through the concepts of production knowledge and integration; design strategies and methodologies, dealing with the critical element of knowledge in design and manufacturing processes and the methods with which designing can be undertaken collaboratively in an integrated manner; integrated design of manufacturing processes, which aim is to ensure a high quality product meeting all requirements, rapidly and at optimum cost; and design tools for particular applications in which texts optimising local decision have been grouped.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781402034817
  • Publisher: Springer Netherlands
  • Publication date: 12/19/2005
  • Edition description: 2005
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 432
  • Product dimensions: 6.14 (w) x 9.21 (h) x 1.00 (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction, by A. Bramley, D. Brissaud, D. Coutellier and C. McMahon; AIP-PRIMECA network is a nation-wide structure, by D. Coutellier; A virtual research lab for a knowledge community in production (VRLKC 1P), by S. Tichkiewitch; Integrated design for manufacture, service and environment, by W. A. Knight;
Part 1: Design Strategies and Methodologies.
The challenge of environrnental improvement in different types of innovation projects, by J. Tingstrom; Evolution ofcollective practices in design by integration of new methods, by Perrin F., Millet D., Aoussat A.; Effective strategies in the redesign process, by Chen H-H., You M.; Costs models in design and manufacturing of sand casting products, by Perry N., Mauchand M, Bernard A.; Understanding machine-material interaction for improved design methods, by McPherson C., Hicks B., Berry C., Medland T., Mullineux G.; An integrated methodology for propagating the voice of the customer into the conceptual design process, by Yannou B., Petiot J-F.; A comparison ofmethods in probabilistic design based on computational and modelling issues, by Goh YM., Booker J., McMahon C.; A framework supporting collaborative optimisation for multi-professional design teams, by Riboulet V, Mann P.R., Gowers S., Wurtz F.; Specification of product modelling concepts dedicated to information sharing in a collaborative design context, by Noel F., Roucoules L., Teissandier D.; Analysing design decisions from a product and process perspective, by Holt R., Barnes C.; Aided decision-making for an embodiment design problem, by Scaravetti D., Pailhes J., Nadeau J-P., Sebastian P.; Sharing manufacturing information and knowledge in design decision and support, by Young R., Cutting-Decelle A-F., Guerra D., Gunendran G., Das B., Cochrane S.;
Part 2: Integrated Design of Manufacturing Processes.
Manufacturing process simulation for tolerance analysis and synthesis Villeneuve F., Vignat F.; 3D geometrical simulation of manufacturing. Compared approaches between integrated CAD/CAM system ans small displacement torsor model, by Tichadou S., Legoff O., Hascoet J-Y.; Some aspects of integrated product and manufacturing process, by Martin P.; Isssues in integrating the design and manufacturing processes in the automotive supplier sector, by Frise P.; Agile manufacturing and its fitness for innovation, by Mashford KJ.; Holistic approach for production ramp-up in automotive industry, by Schuh G., Desoi J. C., Tuecks G.; Innovation towards improved laminated structure design aids, by Coutellier D.; Micro EDM drilling: accuracy study, by Pham D. T., Dimov S.S., Bigot S., Jvanov A., Popov K.; Adaptive control ofthe error in the Von Mises stress in 2D elasticity, by Florentin E., Gallimard L., Pelle J-P.; Incremental sheetmetal forming: a die-less rapid prototyping process for sheetmetal, by Masuku E., Bramley A.N., Mileham A., Owen G. W.; Constitutive equations for joints with clearance, by Foerster C.;
Part 3: Design Tools for Particular Applications.
An assistance tool for spline coupling design, by Barrot A., Paredes M, Sartor M.; 3D digitising of part surfaces: an approach to accurate measurements of characteristic lines, by Medhi-Souzani C., Lartigue C.; Simulation and validation of static and dynamic measurements of machine- tools, by Rahman M., Heikkala J, Lappalainen K.; The role of CMM as a tool for detecting, measuring and evaluating performance change in the mechanical design process, by Egan I., Ritchie J.M, Gardiner P.D.; The design of food processing systems for improved responsiveness and late customisation, by Fisher C., Mullineux G., MedlandA.i, Hicks B.; Evolutionary morphology: a structured approach to inventive engineering design, by Gogu G.; Computer-assisted design of actuators for high precision adjustment in micro-technology, by Hagenah H., Wurm T., Geiger M.; Conception of reconfigurable machining systems. Design of components and controllers, by Wurst K-H., Kircher C., Seyfarth M.; Authors index.

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