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Computer Aided Design and Manufacturing

By
Zhuming Bi
Zhuming Bi
Professor of Mechanical Engineering, Department of Civil and Mechanical Engineering, Purdue University Fort Wayne, Indiana, USA
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Xiaoqin Wang
Xiaoqin Wang
Associate Professor of Manufacturing Engineering, School of Mechanical Engineering, Nanjing University of Science and Technology, Nanjing, China
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ISBN:
9781119534211
No. of Pages:
640
Publisher:
ASME Press
Publication date:
2020

An engineering design consists of (i) a design analysis where a design candidate is analysed against the expected design criteria and (ii) a design synthesis where a group of potential design candidates are explored, analysed, and compared to find the optimized solution to an engineering problem. An engineering design process begins with the formulation of a design problem. In formulating a design problem, the design needs are interpreted and represented by a set of functional requirements (FRs), and design synthesis is performed to define a set of design parameters (DPs) and a design space for these...

3.1
Generative Model in Engineering Design
3.2
Knowledge-Based Engineering
3.3
Parametric Modelling
3.4
Design Intents
3.5
Design Equations
3.6
Design Tables
3.7
Configurations as Part Properties
3.8
Design Tables in Assembly Models
3.9
Design Tables in Applications
3.10
Design Templates
3.11
Summary
3.12
Design Problems
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