Table of Contents; Preface; Foreword: The French AIP-PRIMECA Network, by Pascal Ray; Plenary Talks; Supporting Participative Joint Decisions in Integrated Design and
Manufacturing Teams, by Stephen C.-Y Lu and Amanda Conger Know-How Reuse in the Conceptual Design Phase of Complex Engineering Products - Or: 'Are You Still Constructing Manually or Do You Already Generate Automatically?', by Stephan Rudolph; Forming Technologies and Design; Numerical Optimization of an Industrial Multi-Steps Stamping Process by Using the Design of Experiment Method, by Yann Ledoux, Eric Pairel and Robert Arrieux; Validation Problems of Virtual Prototyping Systems Used in Foundry for Technology Optimization of Ductile Iron Castings, by Zenon Ignaszak; Simulation of Forming Processes, with Friction, Coupling Finite Elements and Boundary Elements, by Dominique Bigot, Hocine Kebir and Jean-Marc Roelandt; Experimental and Numerical Study of the Tool in Water Jet Incremental Sheet Metal Forming , by Bostjan Jurisevic, Viktor Sajn, Mihael Junkar and Franc Kosel; Mechanical Systems Design and Optimization; Hybrid (Bolted/Bonded) Joints Applied to Aeronautic Parts: Analytical One-Dimensional Models of a Single-Lap Joint, by Eric Paroissien, Marc Sailor and Jacques Huet; Precision Study of a Decoupled Four Degrees of Freedom Parallel Robot Including Manufacturing and Assembling Errors, by R. Rizk, N. Andreff J. C. Fauroux, J.M. Lavest and G. Gogu; Numerical Simulation of Parallel Robots with Decoupled Motions and Complex Structure in a Modular Design Approach, by Zhen Wu, Rani Rizk, Jean-Christophe Fauroux and Grigore Gogu; Constraints Automatic Relaxation to Design Products with Fully Free Form Features, by Jean-Philippe Pernot, Qian Qiao and Philippe Véron; Design and Communication; Rapid and Accurate Data Integration Method for Reverse Engineering Applications, by Jafar Jamshidi, Antony Roy Mileham and Geraint Wyn Owen; Observations on Data Relating to User Browsing Behaviour andUsage of Electronic Information, by Duncan Campbell, Steve Culley and Chris McMahon; ICT System Requirements in Collaborative Design with Suppliers, by Eric Blanco and Marie-Anne Le Dam; Improved Computational Models; Direct Measurement of Dynamic Structural Deformations in Order to Improve
Dynamic Models of PKM, by Tony Cano, Frédéric Chapelle, Pascal Ray and Jean-Marc Lavest; Mechanical Behavior Analysis of Flexible Parts in a Real-Time Virtual Environment for Aided Design, by Frédéric Druesne, Jean-Luc Dulong and Pierre Villon; Knowledge Base Formulation for Aided Design Tool, by Jérôme Pailhès, Mohammed Sallaou and Jean-Pierre Nadeau; Calibration Accuracy of a Parallel Structure Machine Tool with Respect to Machined Part Quality, by Hélène Chanel, Emmanuel Duc and Pascal Ray; Design and Manufacturing Knowledge Modelling and Handling; An Ontology Architecture for Standards Integration and Conformance in Manufacturing, by Laurent Deshayes, Sebti Foufou and Michael Gruninger;
Knowledge Loss in Design Reviews, by Gregory Huet, Christopher A. McMahon, Florence Sellini, Stephen J. Culley and Clement Fortin; Internet/Intranet/Extranet-Based Systems in the CESICED Platform for Virtual Product Development Environment, by George Dragoi, Costel Emil Cotet, Sebastian Rosu and Luminita Rosu; Which Representation for Sets of Product and Associated Services during the Design Process?, by Nicolas Maussang, Daniel Brissaud and Peggy Zwolinski; Knowledge Management Aspects for Business Process Management: An Approach through the Information Management within and between Processes - Case Study at STMicroelectronics, by Hendrik Busch, Mickael Gardoni and Michel Tollenaere; Process Planning; Machining Strategy Choice: Performance Viewer, by Laurent Tapie, Kwamivi Bernardin Mawussi and Bernard Anselmetti; Towards an Approach for Rapid Copying of Free-Form Surfaces in 5-Axis Machining, by Pierre Breteau, François Thiébaut, Pierre Bourdet and Claire Lartigue;
The 33 papers presented in this book were selected from amongst the 97 papers presented during the sixth edition of the International Conference on Integrated Design and Manufacturing in Mechanical Engineering during 28 sessions. This conference represents the state-of-the-art research in the field. Two keynote papers introduce the subject of the Conference and are followed by the different themes highlighted during the conference.
State of the art in its field
Follows on from previous conference in Bath 2004