Christian Rudig, Stefan Dierneder,
"Modern Plant Design With Extended 3D Parametrics"
, in P Gu, D Xue, A Ramirez-Serrano, S Park, D Fletcher: The 16th CIRP International Design Seminar, Design & Innovation for a Sustainable Society, Canada 2006, Seite(n) 535-541, 7-2006
Modern Plant Design With Extended 3D Parametrics
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The 16th CIRP International Design Seminar, Design & Innovation for a Sustainable Society, Canada 2006
The engineering and design of modern products and systems with high functionality mostly needs adaptations to customer specific requirements. 3D CAD parametric design is a powerful tool for making this engineering process more effective and economic. Most effort is taken to the setting up of the parameter models to identify the lead and dependent parameters and the rules deriving the latter from the first. In general, 3D parametric design represents a useful middle course, maybe even a happy medium, to handle the assumed inconsistence between flexibility and standardisation best. Finally, by 3D parametric design significant cost savings and quality improvements of the overall engineering and design process of modern plants, especially process oriented machinery has been achieved.