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Title:Virtualni inženiring I : komponente virtualnega inženiringa, zapiski predavanj
Authors:ID Hren, Gorazd (Author)
ID Predin, Andrej (Reviewer)
ID Perša, Jan (Technical editor)
Files:URL https://press.um.si/index.php/ump/catalog/book/876
 
.pdf RAZ_Hren_Gorazd_2024.pdf (5,67 MB)
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Unknown
Organization:FE - Faculty of Energy Technology
UZUM - University of Maribor Press
Abstract:Zapiski predavanj so namenjeni študentom, ki se vsakodnevno in vedno bolj srečujejo z uporabo razvojnih računalniških orodij pri designu izdelkov. Izredno kakovostne in tudi kompleksnejše računalniške aplikacije omogočajo simulacije in analize inženirskih rešitev preden so te implementirane kot prototipi ali končni izdelki. Virtualni inženiring najprej tvorijo komponente za ustvarjanje geometrije, sistemi CAD in povratni inženiring s sistemi skeniranja, ki predstavlja osnovo za nadaljnje postopke razvoja izdelkov. Naslednje komponente so izdelava virtualnih prototipov v navideznem okolju ali fizičnih prototipov, katerih izdelava je dandanes večinoma izvedena s 3D tiskom. Izrednega pomena v razvoju izdelkov so numerične simulacije, ki omogočajo analize -trdnosti, dinamike tekočin in gibanja mehanizmov - glede na robne pogoje. S pridobljenimi podatki lahko načrtujemo proizvodnjo, logistiko, kontrolo kakovosti, ergonomijo, marketing, preden gre izdelek v končno izdelavo. Vse te komponente povezujejo informacijski sistemi DMU, PLM, ki omogočajo in tudi določajo organizacijsko strukturo razvojnega dela, opisanem v zadnjem poglavju: Virtualni razvoj izdelkov.
Keywords:virtualni inženiring, sistemi CAD, povratni inženiring, numerične simulacije, virtualni razvoj izdelkov
Place of publishing:Maribor
Place of performance:Maribor
Publisher:Univerza v Mariboru, Univerzitetna založba
Year of publishing:2024
Year of performance:2024
PID:20.500.12556/DKUM-88544 New window
ISBN:978-961-286-865-9
UDC:004.946:005.336.5(0.034.2)
COBISS.SI-ID:194848003 New window
DOI:10.18690/um.fe.1.2024 New window
Publication date in DKUM:10.05.2024
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Licensing start date:10.05.2024

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Language:English
Title:Virtual Engineering I. : Virtual Engineering Components, Lecture Notes
Abstract:The publication is intended for students who are daily and increasingly experience the use of development computer tools in product design. High-quality and more complex computer applications enable simulations and analyses of engineering solutions before they are implemented as prototypes or final products. Virtual engineering is firstly formed by geometry creation components, CAD systems and reverse engineering with scanning systems, which forms the basis for further product development processes. The next components are the production of virtual prototypes in a virtual environment or physical prototypes, the production of which is nowadays mostly performed by 3D printing. Numerical simulations are extremely important in product development, which enable analyses of strength, fluid dynamics and movement of mechanisms based on boundary conditions. With the obtained information, we can plan production, logistics, quality control, ergonomics, and marketing before the product goes into final production. All these components are linked by DMU, PLM information systems, which enable and also determine the organisational structure of the development work described in the last chapter: Virtual product development.
Keywords:virtual engineering, CAD systems, reverse engineering, numerical simulations, virtual product development


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