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Embodiment mesh processing

: Peña Serna, Sebastian; Stork, André; Fellner, Dieter W.

Fischer, X. ; Atelier Inter-Etablissements de Productique et Pole de Ressources Informatiques pour la MECAnique -AIP-Primeca-:
Research in interactive design. Vol.3 : Virtual, interactive and integrated product design and manufacturing for industrial innovation
Berlin: Springer, 2010
ISBN: 978-2-8178-0168-1
6 S.
International Conference on Integrated, Interactive and Virtual Product Engineering <2010, Bordeaux>
Fraunhofer IGD ()
engineering design; embodiment design; CAE/CAD; meshes

During the last two decades, several approaches have been proposed, in order to deal with the integration in the embodiment phase of the engineering design. This phase deals with the virtual product development and it is supported by Computer-Aided Design (CAD) and Computer-Aided Engineering (CAE). Nonetheless, this integration has not really been achieved. There is a well established communication from design to analysis, but there is a lack of design operations and functionalities within an analysis environment. This lack of integration will always be presented as long as there are used different representation schemes for design and analysis. Hence, Embodiment Mesh Processing (EMP) is based on a common mesh representation and it aims to provide mesh-based modeling functionalities within an analysis environment. We present our reasoning behind EMP and the needed building blocks for enabling a fully integrated design-analysis interaction loop and the exploration of design variations.