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Computer Aided Engineering. CAE - analysis, evaluation of engineering design data using computer-based techniques to calculate product OPERATIONAL, FUNCTIONAL, MANUFACTURING PARAMETERS design process - CAD, DFMA production engineering - GT, CAPP, CAM (NC, CNC).

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CAE - analysis, evaluation of engineering design data using computer-based techniques to calculate product OPERATIONAL, FUNCTIONAL, MANUFACTURING PARAMETERS

  • design process - CAD, DFMA
  • production engineering - GT, CAPP, CAM (NC, CNC)
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Design for Manufacturing and Assembly

Design for Manufacturing and Assembly (DFMA) is any procedure or design process that considers the production factors from the beginning of the product design -

Design an activity from conceptualization to evaluation must focus on generating designs that meet market specifications and can be manufactured cost-effectively

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DFMA started with two separate thrusts:
    • producibility engineering - produce simpler parts that are easily manufactured
    • design for assembly - reduce number of parts by eliminating or combining them
  • DFMA - a holistic approach to design analysis since both manufacture and assembly are considered simultaneously.
  • Result - reduced total product costs (NB - 70% of product cost are design oriented; 80% of quality problems are because of poor design).
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DFMA Process:-
  • step-by-step procedure to query the designer about part function, material limitations, part access during assembly.
  • Software calculates assembly time, product cost and benchmark theoretical min. no. of parts.
  • The manufacturing component of the software will access various material options (e.g. steel vs plastic) or manufacturing processes (e.g. machining vs die-casting) for most cost-effective production.
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DFMA Evaluation:
  • Apply design guidelines
  • Assembly method scoring chart
  • Both these are easily built into the software.

In the DFMA software systems, designer will enter specifications and the software will provide a quantitative analysis for the alternative designs

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Computer-Aided Engineering
  • CAE provides a wide variety of software for engineering analysis of designs
  • In many modern applications, CAE data is obtained from CAD drawings
  • Systems are linked through CAE so that different applications can share information in the database – e.g. FEA, NC
  • For design automation, several areas of CAE are used:
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Finite Element Analysis
  • numerical technique for analyzing and studying functional performance of a structure or circuit
    • structure is divided into a number of small ELEMENTS
    • analysis of the structure by applying some numerical techniques
    • post-processing and interpretation of results
    • Common applications - statics, transient dynamics, modal, thermal, fluids, electromagnetics, motion
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Static analysis - stresses, strains and deflections under static loads
  • Transient dynamic analysis - stresses and deformations, natural frequencies and frequency response under dynamic loads
  • Modal Analysis - natural frequencies, mode shapes for free vibrations
  • Thermal analysis - temperatures and heat transfer
  • Electromagnetic analysis - behavior under electromagnetic fields
  • Motion analysis - kinematics (displacement, velocity and acceleration)
  • Fluid analysis - flow, diffusion, dispersion, CFD
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Mass property analysis

  • a CAE function of CAD that returns numerical values which describe the properties of the geometry selected.
    • 2-D: areas, centroids
    • 3-D: volume, mass, surface area, centroids, moments of inertia
    • Mass property is usually in-built in the CAD software - reduces time and effort by designer to calculate these entities
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Interference Checking

  • checks 2-D models for interferences between components e.g. in mechanical assemblies

Tolerance analysis

  • checks for tolerances and how they affect manufacture, assembly and overall dimension

Kinematics and dynamics analysis

  • analysis of motions esp. of mechanical linkages

Discrete Event Simulation

  • model complex operations such as those in a manufacturing cell
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What is the significance of
      • DFMA
      • FEA
      • Mass property analysis
    • to Automation Design?
computer aided engineering evaluation
Computer-aided Engineering Evaluation
  • Evaluation – to determine whether there is a match between the actual design and initial design goals.
    • Changes can be made based on evaluation
  • Most commonly used is PROTOTYPING
prototyping techniques
Prototyping techniques
  • Physical prototypes
  • Rapid prototyping
    • Stereolithography
    • Fused deposition modeling
    • LOM
    • Virtual prototyping
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Computer-aided manufacturing
  • Effective use of computer technology in the planning, management and control of production for the enterprise
  • Wide range of automation technologies
    • Started with NC
    • CNC
    • Process modeling and simulation
    • Maintenance automation
    • Production cost analysis
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CAD Data Exchange

  • Translation software that transfers data from one software to another
  • Translators also transfer data from CAD to CAM software

DXF Format:

  • Drawing Exchange File (Drawing transfer file)
    • allows CAD data to be written in ASCII file that contains information about the design. Can be read by other CAD software or CAM to generate NC codes
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IGES - Initial Graphics Exchange Standard

  • Initially developed by NIST and adopted later as ANSI and ISO standards
  • IGES contains data on geometric entities and parameters associated with the entities

STL format

  • Main format for rapid prototyping
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PDES inc – working on the implementation of ISO 10303 STEP
    • STEP – standard for exchange of product model data
    • Web-based technologies
    • Modular applications for product data
    • Increasing interoperability among CAD/PDM, PDM/PDM, and ECAD/MCAD systems
networking
Networking
  • Enterprise network – non-public communications system that allows for data exchange and connect different devices
    • Can be a few feet to thousands of miles
  • Production data is essential for control
  • Electronic communications important for data acquisition
  • Real time data acquisition the key to effective plant control
levels cont
Levels - cont
  • Device - field devices e.g. sensors, valves
      • traditionally - devices communicate with PLC’s and have no ability to communicate with each other
      • current trend - addition of communication chips to field devices and allowing them to communicate through communications bus
  • Machine - equipment that produce or handle product
      • have their own controllers
      • PLC can be considered as a machine
      • machines can also be made to communicate with each other
levels
Levels
  • Cell - a collection of machines use say for one group of products
      • Cell controller enables machines in a cell to communicate with each other
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Networks Broken down into
      • Topology
        • Ring or Bus
      • Media or cable type
        • Twisted pair
        • Coaxial
        • Wireless (RF)
        • Fiber optics
      • access method or protocol
        • Master-slave
        • Serial
        • Ethernet
        • Ethernet IP
internet ip addressing
Internet IP addressing
  • Network devices include:
    • PCs, printers, sensors, PLCs, etc.
  • These are NODES
  • IP address identifies the node
  • TCP/IP – information (data) movement
    • TCP – data between applications
    • IP – data between host computers
  • IP address is 32 bit numeric written in four segments separated by periods
      • E.g 131.256.24.82
network elements
Network elements
  • Router – to forward data – interconnection between networks
  • Gateway – a type of router that allows entry to a network
  • Bridge – connects to LANs
  • Switch – filter and forward data between segments of LANs
  • Hub – connection point for nodes (usually multiple points
data conversion
Data conversion
  • Role of IGES
  • PDM central to design and production data
  • Data conversion from one software or form to another is very critical
  • Example – page 209.