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Methods and Tools for Co-operative and Integrated Design

  • Serge Tichkiewitch
  • Daniel Brissaud

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xiv
  2. Keynotes

  3. Integrated Design Tools

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 21-21
    2. Integration support of disciplines

      1. Alain Bernard, Nicolas Perry, Jean-Charles Delplace, Serge Gabriel
        Pages 35-44
      2. Lionel Roucoules, Achraf Skander
        Pages 71-82
      3. Matteo Benassi, Giorgio Colombo, Umberto Cugini, Caterina Rizzi
        Pages 83-92
      4. Yoan Baizet, Franck Pourroy, Rodophe Allera
        Pages 93-104
      5. Sama Mbang, Siegmar Haasis
        Pages 119-131
      6. Englebert Westkämper, Sabine Roth-Koch, Marcus Stotz
        Pages 133-142
    3. Control of an integrated design process

      1. Raymond Holt, Catherine Barnes
        Pages 159-170
      2. G. Maarten Bonnema, Fred J. A. M. van Houten
        Pages 171-182
      3. Bernard Yannou
        Pages 195-208
      4. Dominique Millet, Luigi Bistagnino, Roger Camous, Ameziane Aoussat
        Pages 209-222
      5. Peggy Zwolinski, Guy Prudhomme, Daniel Brissaud
        Pages 223-232
      6. Iris Graessler
        Pages 233-240
      7. Ezio Pena, Denis Choulier, Olivier Garro
        Pages 241-252
  4. Collaborative Design Tools

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 253-253
    2. Collaborative system infrastructure

      1. Hayder Aziz, James X. Gao, Wai M. Cheung, Paul G. Maropoulos
        Pages 257-266
      2. Mahendra Babu, Nikhil Joglekar, Aliasgar Ganiji, Karthik Ramani
        Pages 267-279
      3. George Dragoi, Bruno Radulescu, Serge Tichkiewitch
        Pages 281-290
      4. Charles McLean, Deogratias Kibira, William Reiter, Paul Maropoulos
        Pages 291-302
      5. Frank-Lothar Krause, Uwe Rothenburg
        Pages 303-314
      6. Sabeur Bettaieb, Frédéric Noël, Serge Tichkiewitch
        Pages 315-326
      7. R. Jill Urbanic, Waguih Elmaraghy
        Pages 327-338
    3. Understanding collaborative design activity

      1. Aitor Alzaga, Zorlu Yalniz
        Pages 341-351
      2. Albert Albers, Sven Matthiesen, Manfred Ohmer
        Pages 353-362
      3. Bart R. Meijer, Jan H. Voûte, Tetsuo Tomiyama
        Pages 363-374
      4. Claudia Eckert, John Clarkson
        Pages 375-384
      5. J. Legardeur, C. Merlo, I. Franchistéguy, C. Bareigts
        Pages 385-396
      6. Alison McKay, Peter J. Thomas, Borja Ramirez, Sarah J. Leech, Alan de Pennington, Jim Rait
        Pages 397-408
    4. Tools for collaboration support in engineering

      1. Vincent Riboulet, Philippe Marin, Jean-Claude Léon
        Pages 411-424
      2. Andreas Schueller, Anton H. Basson
        Pages 425-436
      3. Alessandro Giassi, Fouad Bennis, Jean-Jacques Maisonneuve
        Pages 437-450
      4. George Chryssolouris, Dimitris Mavrikios, Dimitris Fragos, Vassiliki Karabatsou
        Pages 463-474
  5. Back Matter
    Pages 487-488

About these proceedings

Introduction

SMC COLOMBIER FONTAINE is a company in the AFE METAL group, which uses a sand casting process to manufacture steel primary parts. To reduce the "time to market", primary part producers need to reduce the time and cost of the industrialisation process. These factors, in addition to the global goal of improving process performance levels, brought SMC to develop numerical technologies and traceability from quotation to part delivery [1]. Nowadays, these improvements are incorporated into company culture. The next step in reducing the time and cost of the production process is to introduce a complete methodology of use and experience feedback of these new models and methods. To be able to generalise this approach, a CAD methodology is essential and thus becomes a step in the industrialisation process. The amount of improvements engendered by the numerical technologies largely justifies the time investment made to obtain a numerical definition of all the different elements in the sand casting process [2]. The objective of our approach is to optimise the product and its production process by generating a complete numerical reference, through the integration of quotation, CAD, simulation, new manufacturing technologies and effective production processes.

Keywords

CAM design development engineering design product design programming simulation

Editors and affiliations

  • Serge Tichkiewitch
    • 1
  • Daniel Brissaud
    • 1
  1. 1.University of GrenobleFrance

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-94-017-2256-8
  • Copyright Information Springer Science+Business Media B.V. 2004
  • Publisher Name Springer, Dordrecht
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-90-481-6536-0
  • Online ISBN 978-94-017-2256-8
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