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Enabling Distributed Data Processing for Internet Analysis with GENX


Scholand, A.J.; Peak, R.S.; Fulton, R.E. (1999) ASME Design Engineering Technical Conference (DETC99), Las Vegas, CIE-9076.


This paper describes how an XML mapping of a product neutral standard, GenCAM sm , has been used in combination with a JavaScript XML parser to enable product-data driven analysis from a web interface. This client side processing of detailed design data results in greater accuracy of analysis inputs, lower Internet bandwidth requirements, and greater intellectual property security. The web interface lowers the barriers to use of sophisticated CAE analysis software, enabling tool use by product and process experts throughout the supply chain. An example illustration based on a Plated Through Hole thermomechanical analysis is presented. Application to an Internet-based Engineering Service Bureau is discussed.


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