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Analysis of a universal model house of the U.S. in the view of environmental-behavioral aspect (미국 유니버설 디자인 모델주택의 환경행태학적 분석)

  • Lee, Yeunsook;Lee, So Young;Kwak, Yoon-jung;Kim, Mi-sun
    • KIEAE Journal
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    • v.6 no.4
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    • pp.41-50
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    • 2006
  • A greater number of persons with disabilities including an increasing number of aging population has brought concerns on diversity and equality in use of products and environments. Universal design concepts have been introduced rapidly and widely in the built environments in Korea. The purpose of this study was to analyze a model house built in 2006, in the U.S. as a universal design home, systematically examine the universal design model house features, and explore possibility of application of the universal design features in the U.S. into a Korean setting. For this study, site analysis and contents analysis methods were used. Although housing norm, behavioral patterns and environmental contexts would be different, majority of universal design features appeared in the model house were expected to apply. Overall universal design features in the model house sought for attractive, comfort, convenient and safe environment with a little cost. Universal design features in the model house appeared in unobtrusive ways. Universal design considerations on floor materials in living room and bath and furniture arrangement need to modify or replace according to Korean lifestyle.

Design of a Feature-based Multi-viewpoint Design Automation System

  • Lee, Kwang-Hoon;McMahon, Chris A.;Lee, Kwan-H.
    • International Journal of CAD/CAM
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    • v.3 no.1_2
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    • pp.67-75
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    • 2003
  • Viewpoint-dependent feature-based modelling in computer-aided design is developed for the purposes of supporting engineering design representation and automation. The approach of this paper uses a combination of a multi-level modelling approach. This has two stages of mapping between models, and the multi-level model approach is implemented in three-level architecture. Top of this level is a feature-based description for each viewpoint, comprising a combination of form features and other features such as loads and constraints for analysis. The middle level is an executable representation of the feature model. The bottom of this multi-level modelling is a evaluation of a feature-based CAD model obtained by executable feature representations defined in the middle level. The mappings involved in the system comprise firstly, mapping between the top level feature representations associated with different viewpoints, for example for the geometric simplification and addition of boundary conditions associated with moving from a design model to an analysis model, and secondly mapping between the top level and the middle level representations in which the feature model is transformed into the executable representation. Because an executable representation is used as the intermediate layer, the low level evaluation can be active. The example will be implemented with an analysis model which is evaluated and for which results are output. This multi-level modelling approach will be investigated within the framework aimed for the design automation with a feature-based model.

Attributed AND-OR Graph : A Semantics for Formal Model Management for Digital Systems Design (Attributed AND-OR Graph : 디지털 시스템 설계에 있어 모델 관리를 위한 정형론)

  • Kim, Jun-Kyoung;Kim, Tag-Gon
    • Proceedings of the Korea Society for Simulation Conference
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    • pp.34-39
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    • 2005
  • The progress of silicon technology enables to implement a highly complex digital system on a given chip area. However, even the modern design environment is not so efficient to catch up with the progress of process technology. Design reuse is a promising approach to designing such a complex system in an efficient way. However, the rigidness and inflexibility of a model has been an obstacle to design reuse. This paper proposes a high-level model management methodology by introducing attributed AND-OR graph(AOG), a (formal semantics for representing the possible structure of a model. Using the formalism enables a designer to extract, extend and reuse the pre-modeled and pre-verified design. A complete process of constructing a cache operational model, extending the model and extracting executable models is exemplified to show effectiveness of the proposed framework.

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Propulsion System Modeling and Reduction for Conceptual Truss-Braced Wing Aircraft Design

  • Lee, Kyunghoon;Nam, Taewoo;Kang, Shinseong
    • International Journal of Aeronautical and Space Sciences
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    • v.18 no.4
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    • pp.651-661
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    • 2017
  • A truss-braced wing (TBW) aircraft has recently received increasing attention due to higher aerodynamic efficiency compared to conventional cantilever wing aircraft. For conceptual TBW aircraft design, we developed a propulsion-and-airframe integrated design environment by replacing a semi-empirical turbofan engine model with a thermodynamic cycle-based one built upon the numerical propulsion system simulation (NPSS). The constructed NPSS model benefitted TBW aircraft design study, as it could handle engine installation effects influencing engine fuel efficiency. The NPSS model also contributed to broadening TBW aircraft design space, for it provided turbofan engine design variables involving a technology factor reflecting progress in propulsion technology. To effectively consolidate the NPSS propulsion model with the TBW airframe model, we devised a rapid, approximate substitute of the NPSS model by reduced-order modeling (ROM) to resolve difficulties in model integration. In addition, we formed an artificial neural network (ANN) that associates engine component attributes evaluated by object-oriented weight analysis of turbine engine (WATE++) with engine design variables to determine engine weight and size, both of which bring together the propulsion and airframe system models. Through propulsion-andairframe design space exploration, we optimized TBW aircraft design for fuel saving and revealed that a simple engine model neglecting engine installation effects may overestimate TBW aircraft performance.

Design Object Model for Implementation of Integrated Structural Design System for Building Structures (건물 구조 통합 구조설계 시스템의 구현을 위한 설계 객체 모델)

  • 천진호;박연수;이병해
    • Journal of the Computational Structural Engineering Institute of Korea
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    • v.13 no.1
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    • pp.115-127
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    • 2000
  • The purpose of this study is to propose the Design Object Model for implementation of an integrated structural design system for building structures. This study outlines the step-by-step development methodologies of the Design Object Model, which covers classification and modeling of the building design information. The Design Object Model has been efficiently developed through the proposed development methodologies. As a result, the Design Object Model has been proved to be efficient in design information management by representing the information from planning perspective, in recognition of structural member in space by the topology design object, and in representation of analysis s design information.

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A Plug-in Development for Interworking between SysML Model and Plant Information (SysML모델과 플랜트정보 간 상호연동을 위한 플러그인 개발)

  • Kim, Joon Young;Lee, Tae Kyong;Cha, Jae Min
    • Journal of the Korea Society of Systems Engineering
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    • v.15 no.2
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    • pp.17-30
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    • 2019
  • Due to difficulties in tracking design information of existing document-based configuration management, the research on the development of plant SysML model was started to apply the model-based system engineering methodology to comprehensively manage various design information. However, until now, in order to create the SysML model, the engineers are checking the design information and inputting it to the SysML model. This process requires a lot of time and manpower, it is required to minimize it. Therefore, this study has recognized the problem, a plug-in that extracts the plant design information in the design document and automatically converts the SysML plant model from it. Specifically, the development was performed in the following order. First, the extraction file was selected as the most commonly used Excel file as the plant design document. Next, the design information in the document was analyzed, and extracted information including tag number, name, and the capacity were selected. Finally, the plant SysML model conversion module was implemented. The developed plug-in is confirmed that the task load of the engineers by the SysML model conversion can be minimized and the model can be generated more quickly and accurately.

A Study on the Philosophical Analysis Model and its Methodological Application of Information Systems Research.Evaluation - A Critical Realist Approach - (정보체계 탐구.평가의 철학적 분석 모델과 그 방법론적 활용: 비판 실재론적 접근)

  • Ko, Chang-Taek
    • The Journal of Information Systems
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    • v.16 no.4
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    • pp.131-155
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    • 2007
  • The purpose of this thesis is to study on the philosophical analysis model and its methodological application of information systems research evaluation from critical realist perspective. Fist of all, I examine ontological epistemological methodological assertions of critical realism. Because the philosophy of critical realism is an opportunity for information systems study. I examine Dobson and Mutch's critical realist perspective on actors-structure model. I suggest a critical realist actors-praxis-structure model. This model provides the potential for a new approach to social investigations in its provision of an ontology for the analytical separation of structure and agency. Of most importance might be the incorporation of non-humans into the analysis of social interaction and of technology into the elaboration of structures. I also examine Tsoukas's critical realistic meta-theory of management. I suggest a critical realist IS management model. This model elucidate the nature of management and delineate the scope of applicability of various perspectives on management. The causal powers of management reside in the real domain and, taken together, their logics are contradictory, the effects of their contradictory composition are contingent upon prevailing contingencies. I analyze Carlsson's theory of design knowledge. His framework builds on that the aim of IS design science research is to develop practical knowledge for the design and realization of different classes of IS initiatives, where IS are viewed as socio-technical systems and not just IT artefacts. The framework proposes that the output of IS design science research is practical IS design knowledge in the form of field-tested and grounded technological rules. The IS design knowledge is developed through an IS design science research cycle. In conclusion, I think that IS actors-praxis-structure model, meta-theoretical IS management model, and IS design knowledge model according to critical realistic approach are very useful for IS research evaluation. Nevertheless, important problems are left not resolved.

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A Study on the Application of 3D Digital Animation Model for Fashion Design I (3D 디지털 애니메이션 모델을 활용한 의상 시뮬레이션에 관한 연구 I)

  • 김혜영
    • Journal of the Korean Society of Costume
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    • v.50 no.2
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    • pp.97-109
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    • 2000
  • The purpose of this study is to apply 3D computer graphics in fashion design as a creative medium and it attempts to fine out what advantages 3D technique can offer to fashion design. For this purpose, this study, first, tries to develop a 3D digital model in which designer can select design, color , pattern and fabric palette whatever necessary . This study uses of the software named 'Poser of Fractal Design' and the and the 3D digital model comprises four stages ; body modeling, item design (item coordination), color design (color coordination), pattern and fabric design (pattern and fabric coordination). Secondly, this study seeks to accumulate a data base which was produced in the course of case studies, which have applied 3D digital model to design. The outcome of the case studies shows that 3D digital model can enhance designing in the following four aspects. ⅰ) It can give more freedom to designer to try various ideas, revise and modify them, It can also produce random generation. Through this process, the designer test various input and output without damage on fabric after revision and alteration. ⅱ) It can help designers to enhance their accuracy. Since fault in the design developed by the 3D digital model can be detected in advance, designers can make correlation before actual work begins. In the end, designers can express their ideas and intention accurately as well as freely. ⅲ) Since design developed by the 3D digital model can be shared on screen by various actors in the course of priduction such designers , merchandisers, and supervisors, it can help communication between and cut the time of feedback.ⅳ) By using the 3D digital model, designers can work from the begining with awareness of actual outcome their design, since the 3D digital model provide animation, which helps designers to envisage visual changes as they apply various items, colors, pattern and fabrics.

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Experimental Designs for Computer Experiments and for Industrial Experiments with Model Unknown

  • Fang, Kai-Tai
    • Journal of the Korean Statistical Society
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    • v.31 no.3
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    • pp.277-299
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    • 2002
  • Most statistical designs, such as orthogonal designs and optimal designs, are based on a specific statistical model. It is very often that the experimenter does not completely know the underlying model between the response and the factors. In computer experiments, the underlying model is known, but too complicated. In this case we can treat the model as a black box, or model to be unknown. Both cases need a space filling design. The uniform design is one of space filling designs and seeks experimental points to be uniformly scattered on the domain. The uniform design can be used for computer experiments and also for industrial experiments when the underlying model is unknown. In this paper we shall introduce the theory and method of the uniform design and related data analysis and modelling methods. Applications of the uniform design to industry and other areas are discussed.

Development of Injection Mold Design System for Pseudo-Solid Part Models (의사 솔리드 부품 모델에 대한 금형 설계 시스템의 개발)

  • Lee S.H.;Lim S.L.;Lee K.S.
    • Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering
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    • v.10 no.3
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    • pp.151-161
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    • 2005
  • This paper describes the parting and Boolean operations for a pseudo-solid model of a plastic part, and their application to injection mold design. Here, a pseudo-solid model means a sheet model that looks like a solid model, but its boundary is not closed. When a solid model created in a different CAD system is imported through a standard data exchange file format, in most cases, a pseudo-solid model may be created due to tolerance or some other problems. However, most existing mold design systems based on solid modeling kernels require a complete part solid model. Therefore, mold designers have to do time-consuming healing operations to convert a pseudo-solid to solid. To eliminate or reduce the healing pre-process for mold design, in this paper, we proposed the parting and Boolean Operations on pseudo-solid part models. This paper also describes their detailed implementation and a case study.