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Proceedings of CAD'14, 2014, 76-78
Kinetic Model Extraction from a Geometric Model

Sang C. Park, Ji W. Oh, Ajou University

Abstract. As technology develops, the computer simulation is used a variety of fields including designing, executing and analyzing. Especially in the manufacturing industry, to increase the competitiveness, it is important that designing the product, process and resource. These designs depend on the computer simulation. Many parts of manufacturing industry depend on the computer simulation, from a product design to production, as computing ability increases and people requires better virtual environments like realistic than ever. This demand has resulted in the concept of a virtual factory (VF). It is necessary to construct digital models for all the physical and logical elements (entities and activities) of a real manufacturing system to implement a virtual factory. If the digital model is not well implemented, we can’t see the value in it. Accordingly, many algorithms have been developed about digital models. The algorithm this paper proposed uses many algorithms including the contact detection, the collision detection and gauss map. There are related researches. Tomas Moller proposed the algorithm for the intersection between triangles, and Min-Ho kyung et al did a research on the parallel computing of the GPU to fast detect the intersection between triangles. Asada et al used the Jacobian matrix to model the fixture-work piece relationship in 3D space. Samuel R. buss did a research about the Jacobian transpose method, the pseudo inverse method and the damped least squares methods to implement inverse kinematic.

Keywords. Geometric model, kinetic model, Gauss map, collision detection, contact detection

DOI: 10.14733/cadconfP.2014.76-78