process simulation

process simulation

[′prä‚ses ‚sim·yə‚lā·shən]
(computer science)
The use of computer programming, computer vision, and feedback to simulate manufacturing techniques.
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welding are metal forming and welding process simulation tools used by aerospace, automotive, and machinery industries, their parts and materials suppliers, as well as major OEMs to realise savings from reducing shop-floor tryouts of their manufacturing processes.
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It also enables the process simulation data to be reviewed in the context of CFD and CAD data.
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We propose in this paper a new algorithm integrating the process simulation using specialized CAM (Computer Aided Manufacturing) software in the material flow simulation.
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The process simulation can reflect actual machine events seen in the plant.