Digital Enterprise Challenges : Life-Cycle Approach to Management and Production
This volume contains case studies, theoretical papers and project development reports on one of the greatest challenges facing the new digital enterprises: the life cycle approach to management and production. Main issues discussed in the book include CAD/CAM/CIM/CAE, intelligent manufacturing, and control and robotics applications.
- Hardback | 560 pages
- 157.5 x 241.3 x 30.5mm | 907.2g
- 01 Nov 2001
- Dordrecht, Netherlands
- 2002 ed.
- XVI, 560 p.
Table of contents
Preface. Modeling and Simulation. 1. Integration of Human Intent Model Descriptions in Product Models; L. Horvath, et al. 2. Product Data Management as a Key Component of Integrated Enterprise Information Systems; J.X. Gao, G. Bursell. 3. Organizational Transformation and Process Modeling in Modern Telecommunications Companies; D.M. Emiris, et al. 4. Logical Communication Levels in an Intelligent Flexible Manufacturing System; J. Nacsa. 5. NC Program Simulation with the Capability of Generating Alternative Process Plan for Flexible Manufacturing; F. Erdelyi, O. Hornyak. 6. A General Model of Auxiliary Processes in Manufacturing; I. Mezgar, et al. 7. Modeling and Management of Production Networks; E. Ilie-Zudor, L. Monostori. Reverse Engineering and CAD. 8. A Framework for a CAD-Integrated Tolerance Optimisation System; R. Eadie, J. Gao. 9. Integration of Cables in the Virtual Product Development Process; E. Hergenroether, S. Muller. 10. Constrained Fitting - A Key Issue in Reverse Engineering Conventional Parts; P. Benkoe, T. Varady. 11. Volumetric Tools for Machining Planning; G. Renner, I. Stroud. Life-Cycle Engineering. 12. A Net Based Solution for Lifecycle Engineering (Concepts and Requirements); A. Bechina, et al. 13. Integration Issues on Combining Feature Technology and Life Cycle Assessment; H.E. Otto, et al. 14. Integrating Life Cycle Aspects within Product Family Design: An Example for SMEs; H.E. Otto, et al. Process and ProductionDevelopment. 15. Evaluation of Used-Parts Quality for Integration of the Inverse Manufacturing Process; M. Matsuda, et al. 16. A Telecooperation Management System for Secure Data Conferencing in Distributed Product Development Processes; F.-L. Krause, et al. 17. New Product Development Process: Proposal for an Innovative Design Modelling Framework Including Actors Evaluation of Innovation Costs and Value; N. Sechi, et al. Energy Sector, General Planning. 18. Towards the Workflow-enabled Civil Construction Enterprise Integration; M.P. Teixeira Pinto, J.J. Pinto Ferreira. 19. Bulgarian Experience in Use of Internet for Production and Business Applications; T. Neshkov, J. Pankov. 20. Local Min.-Energy, F E Based Formulation for Well-Path Design; K. Jha. Digital Factory. 21. From Digital Product Development to an Extended Digital Enterprise; U.F. Baake, O.R. Torres. 22. Sustaining the Introduction of Innovation in Digital Enterprises: Challenges and Demands from Small Medium Enterprises in the Italian Northeast Region; M. Marchese, G. Jacucci. 23. A Planning and Management Infrastructure for Complex Distributed Organizations; G.L. Kovacs, P. Paganelli. 24. MERCI: Standards Based Exchange of Component Information to Support E-Business Applications; W. Wilkes. Virtual Enterprises and Holonic Manufacturing. 25. Virtual Composite an Effective Tool of Research; M. Kosek. 26. A Virtual Glovebox for the Digital Enterprise; C. Seiler, R. Doerner. 27. Web-based Information Models to Support Product Development in Virtu