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Expert System for the Total Design of Mechanical Systems with Gears

  • G. Mogan
  • E. V. Butilă

Abstract

The CAD of mechanical systems involve activities specific to a given expertise domain and operate with two information categories: knowledge and data. Expert rule based knowledge processing generally works with qualitative information and involves searching for suitable solutions principles and their combination into concept variants. Data processing is based on computational models and it is supposed to be inter-related with reasoning in the knowledge process. An Intelligent Integrated System is proposed in this paper to design gearboxes as independent products. For the proposed expert — CAD/CAE/CAM system for gearbox design, the CATIA package is used to allow the integration of knowledge processing activities with solid modeling, performance analysis and manufacturing aspects.

Key words

expert systems computer aided design gearboxes total design 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • G. Mogan
    • 1
  • E. V. Butilă
    • 1
  1. 1.Transilvania University of BrasovRomania

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