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By Shailendra Kumar, Hussein M. A. Hussein

This publication includes chapters on examine paintings performed around the world within the zone of man-made intelligence (AI) purposes in sheet steel forming. the 1st bankruptcy deals an creation to numerous AI ideas and sheet steel forming, whereas next chapters describe conventional procedures/methods utilized in quite a few sheet steel forming procedures, and concentrate on the automation of these strategies through AI suggestions, comparable to KBS, ANN, GA, CBR, and so forth. function reputation and the manufacturability overview of sheet steel elements, strategy making plans, strip-layout layout, choosing the sort and dimension of die elements, die modeling, and predicting die lifestyles are probably the most vital points of sheet steel paintings. often, those actions are hugely experience-based, tedious and time eating. In reaction, researchers in different nations have utilized a number of AI thoughts to automate those actions, that are lined during this ebook. This e-book can be beneficial for engineers operating in sheet steel industries, and may serve to supply destiny course to younger researchers and scholars operating within the area.

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Generally, engineers/designers relate information to the features. Information necessary for other application can be attributed to these features and can be used when required. Hence, features are interfaces between shape models and applications (Wong and Leung 1995; Shah and Mäntylä 1995; Brunetti and Grimm 2005; Langerak and Vergeest 2007). The features can also be considered as interfaces for the construction of a shape model, its modification, and application-specific reasoning (Shah 1991). Formal and unambiguous representations of shape features in a sheet-metal part model are required to exchange feature (feature label and meaning) among applications across product development life cycle.

Sheet-metal has applications in automobile, aircraft, shipbuilding, HVAC works, medical tables, architecture, farming, reactors, roofs for building, etc. The parts are designed and analyzed according to the application and then manufactured. There are some similarities and dissimilarities in creating sheet-metal parts with solid parts. Similarities, has base-feature, include sketched and placed features, features are created in sequence. Dissimilarities are, a sheet-metal part has a constant thickness, flat patterns created for manufacturing drawings, a feature can be added to a flat pattern that may not appear in the folded state.

Each deformation feature is classified uniquely based on the combination Fig. 25 Classification of deformation features in sheet-metal parts Generic Classification and Representation … 37 of above three factors. This classification captures the geometric and topological variations in deformation features in sheet-metal parts. Definition of Basic Deformation Features Graph (BDFG) and representation of deformation feature using BDFG can be referred in the work of Gupta and Gurumoorthy (2008b, 2013) and Gupta (2012).

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