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|Author(s):||Shaw C. Feng;|
|Title:||Feature Information Model for Disassembly|
|Published:||August 20, 2013|
|Abstract:||As sustainability becomes an important issue nowadays, disassembly becomes one of the key processes to turn out-of-service products into new or rebuilt products to save energy and materials. A disassembly process includes many subprocesses, such as separation, cleaning, and inspection. Features play a key role in design for disassembly and disassembly process planning. This paper describes a NIST-developed feature information model that defines generic form features, pattern features, and disassembly-specific features. The information model provides a foundation for computer-aided design for disassembly software systems development and data exchange among heterogeneous systems to integrate product design and disassembly process planning.|
|Citation:||Technical Note (NIST TN) -|
|Keywords:||Disassembly Feature, Feature Model, and Information Modeling.|
|Research Areas:||Sustainable Manufacturing|
|PDF version:||Click here to retrieve PDF version of paper (2MB)|