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CAD/CAM Robotics and Factories of the Future '90

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5th International Conference on CAD/CAM, Robotics, and Factories of the Future (CARS and FOF'90). Proceedings. International Society for Productivity Enhancement

Flexibility is as acceptable an objective for today's industrial community as is automation. Thus, the title of this conference proceedings volume - Flexible Automation - reflects an added emphasis to the usual industrial automation. As with general automation that has impacted every component of the manufacturing office and plant, the identity of flexible automation can possess various forms and functions. The papers in this volume have been grouped into two main categories. One category deals with implementation of so-called "intelligent manufacturing". This means use of algorithmic methods and artificial intelligence approaches to various problems encountered in practical factory automation tasks. The placement of papers into five chapters of this part cannot be very precise, due to multidisciplinary nature and constant rapid change of the field. The categories are arranged starting from problems of enhancement of current factory settings, and followed by the papers addressing more specific issues of production planning, process technology and product engineering. The fifth chapter contains papers on the very important aspects of factory automation - problems of design, simulation, operation and monitoring of manufacturing cells.


The last decade has seen the emergence of a unified approach for product design which attempts to combine traditionally distinct tasks such as design, management, marketing, analysis, manufacture and materials. Often called "Concurrent Engineering" or "Simultaneous Engineering," this new philosophy aims at improving cost competitiveness by reducing waste of time, money, and other resources inherent in the iterative traditional methods. In view of the importance of this new philosophy, Concurrent Engineering is selected as the theme for this conference. The main objective of the conference was to bring together researchers and practitioners from government, industries and academia interested in the multi-disciplinary and inter-organizational productivity aspects of advanced manufacturing systems utilizing CAD/CAM, CAE, CIM, Parametric Technology, AI, Robotics, AGV Technology, etc. A selection of the papers presented at the conference are organized into two volumes emphasizing the aspects of Concurrent Engineering and Flexible Automation.


Contents, Volume 2.- I: Factory Enhancements.- From the Existing Manufacturing System to CIM.- Flexible Manufacturing System in Manufacture of Precision Engineering Components - Key Issues in Implementation.- A Survey of CIM Strategic Planning in U.S. Industry.- Modelling and Optimization of a Flexible Manufacturing System.- Computer Based Safety System for the FMS - Management Logic.- CIM Repositories.- The Selection and Prospect of CAD/CAM System for Diesel Engine Design and Manufacturing.- A Model for the Factory of the Future for Industrialized Housing.- Enabling Automation Technologies for an Automated Mail Facility of the Future.- Some Optimization Problems of Scheduling in a Flexible Manufacturing System.- Some Methods of Modeling for Computer Integrated Workshop.- Combined Procedures for Simulation of Manufacturing Systems.- Expert Systems in CIM.- II: Production Planning.- A Taxonomy on Event-Driven Production Systems.- An Improved Lot Sizing Policy for Variable Demand.- Simulation for Real-Time Control: Advantages, Potential Pitfalls, Opportunities.- Decomposition Approach for the Job-Shop Scheduling Problem.- Evaluation of the Impact of Plant and Production Management Automation on Job-Shop Manufacturing Performances.- Role of Non-Productive Time in the Evaluation of Computer Generated Process Plans.- III: Process Technology.- Computer Managed Process Planning for Cylindrical Parts.- An Application of Non-Linear Goal Programming in Electrodischarge Machining of Composite Material.- An Expert System for Metalforming.- Optimal Process Planning for Robotic Assembly Operations.- Effect of Angular Errors in Part Registration for PC Board Assembly.- An Evaluation Framework for AGVS Within FMS.- Computer Aided Machine Loading Technique.- An Optimal Parallel Algorithm for Channel-Assignment.- IV: Product Engineering.- Design Using Case-Based Reasoning.- An Interactive Programming System for Design of Mechanical Clutches.- An Expert System for the Design and Selection of Ball Bearing Parameters.- Computer-Aided Optimal Design of Gears.- CAD for Underground Structure.- A Microcomputer Aided Design of Technical Systems.- Solid Modeling With Tension.- Integration of Design Optimization in Finite Element Analysis.- Automatic Generation of Finite Element Modeling for Integrated CAD and CAE.- Three Dimensional Mesh Generation: A New Approach.- Effective Modeling of Elastic Mechanical System Through Objective-Aimed Finite Element Strategies.- Design and Evaluation of Shock Isolation of Trailer Mounted Electronic Equipments.- V: Workcell Operations.- Group Technology: Cell Formation Using Simulated Annealing.- Cost Considerations for Cell Design in Group Technology.- Application of CAD/CAM in the Textile Industry.- CAD/CAM of Cams for Use in Automatic Lathes.- An Objective SIMTOOL in FMS.- A Methodology for Automating the Redressing of the Grinding Wheel.- Experimental Investigations on Tool Vibrations in Turning for On-Line Tool Wear Monitoring.- ?p-Based Industrial Grade Multi-Channel Temperature Controller For Sugar and Allied Industries.- Use of Sensors for Safety of Personnel in Robotic Installations.- VI: Industrial Applications.- Determining the Workspace Design of Robotized Cells in Pre-Determined Environments.- Judicious Selection of a Robot for an Industrial Task - An Expert System Approach.- Fixtureless Robotic Assembly Workcell.- Design of a Wall-Scaling Robot for Inspection and Maintenance.- A Telemanipulator for Hazardous Mining Operations.- Adoption of Robotic System for Inter-Station Handling Operations for Nagpur Milk Scheme, India.- Integration and Realtime Monitoring of Robotic Controllers.- On the Applications of Part Image Reconstruction Systems in Automated Manufacturing.- Kalman Filter Application to Tridimensional Rigid Body Motion Parameter Estimation from a Sequence of Images.- Optimization Techniques for Mathematical Routines Available through High-Level Source Code.- VII: Task Performance.- Sensing and Analysis of End-Effector Forces for Precision Assembly.- Accuracy Test From Kinematic Parameter Errors in a Closed-Loop Robot.- The Effect of Robot Kinematic Parameter Errors on Joint Torques.- Kinematic Error Budgeting to Obtain the Best Feasible Task Performance for a Specified SCARA Manipulator.- Demonstrating Robot Calibration in a Manufacturing Environment.- On-Line Robot Calibration.- Expert System for Robot Hand Design Using Graph Representation.- PreGrasp Pose Estimation of Objects Using Local Sensors on Dexterous Hands.- VIII: Motion Specification.- Approximate and Hierarchical Path Planning.- Bandlimited Trajectory Planning for Continuous Path Industrial Robots.- Trajectory Planning and Kinematic Control of a Stewart Platform-Based Manipulator.- Planning and Execution of Polynomial Manipulator Trajectories.- Efficient Trajectory Planning Algorithm for Coordinately Operating Multiple Robots.- Path Planning for Coordinated Planar Robot Arms Moving in Unknown Environment.- A Theory of Collision Avoidance on Visual Guidance of Robot Motion in Dynamic Environment.- A Collision Prediction System for a Robotic Environment.- Multivalue Coding: Application to the Autonomous Robots.- Information Management for Off-Line Robot Programming.- IX: Manipulator Mechanics.- Computer Aided Analysis of a Planar Robot.- Computer Aided Analysis of the First Three Links in a Puma Robot.- Work-Space Calculation of a Robotic Arm Using the Articulated Total Body Model.- Effect on Flexibility on Manipulator Dynamics.- Dynamics of Flexible Manipulators With Application to Robotic Assembly.- Kineto-Elastodynamic Effect on the Design of Elastic Mechanisms.- Scheme for Active Positional Correction of Robot Arms.- Feedback Control of Robot End-Effector Probable Position Error.- An Intelligent Signal Recognition System.- State Estimation Under Unknown Noises - A Least-Squares Approach.- X: Educational Endeavors.- Combined EE-ME Senior Capstone Projects In Robotics at West Virginia University.- Automated Manufacturing at Western Kentucky University.- Manufacturing Systems Engineering Education at the University of Pittsburgh.- Human Factors Considerations in the Design of a Teach Pendant.


Titel: CAD/CAM Robotics and Factories of the Future '90
Untertitel: Volume 2: Flexible Automation 5th International Conference on CAD/CAM, Robotics and Factories of the Future (CARS and FOF'90) Proceedings
EAN: 9783642635045
ISBN: 3642635040
Format: Kartonierter Einband
Genre: Allgemeines & Lexika
Anzahl Seiten: 672
Gewicht: 999g
Größe: H235mm x B155mm x T35mm
Jahr: 2012
Auflage: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1991



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