Advances in feature based manufacturing
Well known researchers in all areas related to featured based manufacturing have contributed chapters to this book. Some of the chapters are surveys, while others review a specific technique. All contributions, including those from the editors, were thoroughly refereed. The goal of the book is to provide a comprehensive picture of the present stage of development of Features Technology from the point of view of applications in manufacturing. The book is aimed at several audiences. Firstly, it provides the research community with an overview of the present state-of-the-art features in manufacturing, along with references in the literature. Secondly, the book will be useful as supporting material for a graduate-level course on product modeling and realization. Finally, the book will also be valuable to industrial companies who are assessing the significance of features for their business.
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MANUFACTURING FEATURE RECOGNITION
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algorithm application ASME assembly ASV decomposition ASVP attributes automated automatically axis B-rep boundary boundary representation BRep C-loop cell clamping component Computer-Aided Design concave configuration constraints convex hull cost created cutting cylindrical datum defined determined developed drilling edges Engineering entities evaluation example expert system feature based feature class feature definition feature extraction feature model feature recognition feature type feature-based fixture form features functional geometric model graph GT coding halfspace hole injection molding inspection planning interface intersection machinable volume machining features machining operations manufacturing features manufacturing process method milling module nodes object operation plan orientation original faces parallel machine parameters ParaSolid planar planner pocket polyhedron primitive process planning process planning system product model recognized relationships representation represented rotational rules selected semantic network sequence set-up shape shown in Figure slot solid model specific spindle step structure tolerances topological volume features work-element workpiece