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Software Complex for Simulation of Riveting Process: Concept and Applications

Elodie Bonhomme
Saint Petersburg Polytechnic University-Sergey Lupuleac, Margarita Petukhova, Julia Shinder, Alexander Smirnov, Mariia Stefanova, Nadezhda Zaitseva, Tatiana Pogarskaia
Published 2016-09-27 by SAE International in United States
The paper is devoted to description of features and functionalities of special software complex aimed at global simulation of junction process using efficient numerical algorithms.The paper presents the concept of developed software and its structure. Types of problems, which the complex is applicable for, are enumerated.
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Simulation of Riveting Process in Case of Unsupported Part Presence

Airbus Operations SAS-Elodie Bonhomme
Saint Petersburg Polytechnic University-Sergey Lupuleac, Margarita Petukhova, Mariia Stefanova, Yulia Shinder, Evgeniy Victorov, Alexander Smirnov
Published 2015-09-15 by SAE International in United States
The paper is devoted to further extension and development of numerical approach aimed at simulation of riveting process during aircraft assembly (see [1,2,3,4]).Previous research has shown that developed methodology provides reliable results if the rigid motion of bodies being assembled is forbidden. However, some small parts in the airframe assemblies are not supported prior to the junction and can freely move as a rigid body. This fact introduces additional difficulties when solving corresponding contact problem.The paper is devoted to description and analysis of two different modeling approaches that allow taking unsupported parts into consideration when simulating airframe assembly process.
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Development of Numerical Methods for Simulation of Airframe Assembly Process

SAE International Journal of Aerospace

EADS RTO Sk LLC-Dmitry Bondarenko
St. Petersburg Politechnic University-Sergey Lupuleac, Yulia Shinder, Margarita Petukhova, Sergey Yakunin, Alexander Smirnov
  • Journal Article
  • 2013-01-2093
Published 2013-09-17 by SAE International in United States
The paper is devoted to further development of numerical methods for simulation of riveting process during aircraft assembly (see [3, 4]). Algorithm modifications that increase computation accuracy, speed and complexity are given. These modifications involve the dual problem solving, incorporation of multiple calculation nets and special two stage procedure for calculation of deformations and stresses arising during assembly.
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Software Complex for Riveting Process Simulation

Airbus-Bertrand Bretagnol
St Petersburg Politechnic Univ.-Alexander Smirnov, Olga Rodionova, Vladislav Shubnikov
Published 2011-10-18 by SAE International in United States
The presented paper describes the software complex developed in St. Petersburg Polytechnical University for AIRBUS aimed at simulation of aircraft assembly process. Previous version of this complex was described in [1].
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Multi-Agent Technology for Supply Chain Network Information Support

Computing Research Center, National Technical University-Leonid Sheremetov
Industrial & Manufacturing Systems Engineering, University of Michigan - Dearborn-Charu Chandra
Published 2002-03-04 by SAE International in United States
Supply chain network (SCN), a society formed by autonomous agents to solve a common logistics problem is a philosophy for enterprise integration. A multi agent infrastructure for information support of SCN management is proposed. It consists of SCN problem domain agents and an agent platform. Member acts as a Problem domain agent, while Group serves as a Supply Chain Advisor. An agent platform consists of Directory Facilitator, Agent Management System, Agent Communication Channel, Internal Platform Message Transport, and Wrapper Agents. Use of this platform ensures interoperability among agents and reusability of components and services. An automotive SCN case study is illustrated utilizing the proposed multi agent framework.
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