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Title: Geometric modeling for co-modeling and co-simulation in collaborative product development
Authors: RUAN LIWEI
Keywords: Geometric Modeling, Distributed Computing, CAD/CAE
Issue Date: 6-Dec-2004
Source: RUAN LIWEI (2004-12-06). Geometric modeling for co-modeling and co-simulation in collaborative product development. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: In this thesis, the architecture of a distributed and collaborative design and engineering system, CoCADE, is proposed to address a growing industrial concern as evidenced from the thorough survey of current geometric modeling and distributed computing technologies. Based on .NET technology, the system takes advantages of object-oriented method throughout its software development lifecycle. This architecture adopts a three-tiered client/server model. The client side provides the essential geometric modeling functionalities as well as interactive visualization tools for display or modification of sophisticated geometric models and large-scale simulation results. The server side offers the functions of collaborative session management, multi-client communication mechanism, engineering simulation and optimization. It is demonstrated that the CoCADE system presented in this thesis can effectively support advanced product development by integrating robust geometric modeling functions into the distributed and collaborative environment. The outcome of this research indicates that applications built on CoCADE can effectively support the distributed product design and innovation, engineering numerical solutions and engineering visualization.
URI: http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/14258
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