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Cyber infrastructure in engineering design

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  • 1. CYBERINFRASTRUCTURE [CI] in Engineering Design AMOGH MUNDHEKAR PRIYAVARDHAN CHAVAN NIKHIL APHALE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK, BUFFALO
  • 2. Consists of : Computational systems Data and information management Advanced instruments Visualization environments and PeopleAll linked together by Software and Advanced Networksto improve scholarly productivity and enable knowledgebreakthroughs and discoveries not otherwise possible.
  • 3. General Structure of CI
  • 4.  National Science Foundation Office of Cyber Infrastructure (OCI) Important Aspects recognized by NSF:I. High Performance Computing,II. Data, Data Analysis, and Visualization,III. Virtual Organizations and Cyber ServicesIV. Learning and Workforce Development.Reference: Cyberinfrastructure Vision for 21st Century Discovery, NSF, Cyberinfrastructure Council, March 2007
  • 5.  A VO is created by a group of individuals whose members and resources may be dispersed geographically and/or temporally, yet who function as a coherent unit through the use of end-to-end CyberInfrastructure systems. Catalyze the development, implementation and evolution of CI that integrates both Physical and CI assets and services. CI relaxes/reduces constraints of time and distance (geographical, institutional, disciplinary). Support the development of common CI resources and tools
  • 6. Excerpt from a Lecture by Dr. D. Atkins on CIReference: http://mitworld.mit.edu/video/434
  • 7. The Network for Earthquake Engineering Simulation (NEES) Coupling of High performance networks Advanced data management Distributed coordination and computational tools, and 15 experimental facilitiesIt enables engineering researchers to test larger scale and morecomprehensive Structural and Geo-material systems to createNew Design methodologies and Technologies for reducing lossesduring Earthquakes and Tsunamis.
  • 8. Provides Software and Services that enable earthquake engineers to: Organize and share data Perform hybrid simulations Participate in remote experiments
  • 9. CI - NEES CI in Design - Key IssuesOrganize and share data Design InformaticsPerform hybrid simulations Design Simulation & Modeling & Design Synthesis Participate in Remote Design Environments experiments https://www.nees.org/it/
  • 10.  Optimize the deployment and consumption of enterprise resources such as capital and people. Ensure delivery of projects within performance and timing guidelines. Communicate efficiently and effectively between remote teams.
  • 11. Decentralized design environments
  • 12. Collaborate with people Shape and Representation Links and Structure KnowledgeSearch button Impact domain Collaborate Propagate domain domain
  • 13.  Real time rendering and virtual tour of Northwest Palace of King Ashur-nasir-pal II (883-859 B.C.), preserved at Nimrud (ancient Assyria, today northeast Iraq). All the technical entities are integrated for a virtual museum in 3D Real-time Virtual Space. A joint effort by UB Virtual reality labs, NYSCEDII, CCR, Dept. of Classics and Dept. of Mechanical Engineering http://www.learningsites.com/NWPalace/NWPal- VR.htm
  • 14.  Immersive design environments have a number of advantages over conventional design environments such as ◦ Real-time rendering-the graphics are photo-realistic and dynamic. ◦ Immersion-the information environment surrounds the user. ◦ Interactivity-One has a sense of being involved in the environment ◦ Collaboration-Multiple users can interact in the same world ◦ Reduces the spatial abstraction ◦ Real time haptic feedback can be used to designer’s advantage ◦ Stimulates designer’s cognitive aspects and empowers visual thinking
  • 15. The CAVE system as a Hybrid Design Environment for generation,manipulation and exploration of 3D objects with immediate feedback infull scale.It’s an immersive system for architectural design and useful for groupdecision making.Reference: Hybrid design environments: immersive and non immersivearchitectural design, A. Okeil, Abu Dhabi University
  • 16. Three layer model of a VRAx system:A VR system forms the visualization and interaction layer.The second layer is the application core which contains the machinetool model and the processing control unit.Third layer is a PDM system.Reference: Virtual Reality Approaches for Immersive Design by D. Weidlich, L. Cser, T. Polzin,D.Cristiano, H. Zickner
  • 17. Thank You