21 March 1989 Expert System Approach For Generating And Evaluating Engine Design Alternatives
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Artificial intelligence is becoming an increasingly important subject of study for computer scientists, engineering designers, as well as professionals in other fields. Even though AI technology is a relatively new discipline, many of its concepts have already found practical applications. Expert systems, in particular, have made significant contributions to technologies in such fields as business, medicine, engineering design, chemistry, and particle physics. This paper describes an expert system developed to aid the mechanical designer with the preliminary design of variable-stroke internal-combustion engines. The expert system accomplished its task by generating and evaluating a large number of design alternatives represented in the form of graphs. Through the application of structural and design rules directly to the graphs, optimal and near optimal preliminary design configurations of engines are deduced.
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Stewart N. T. Shen, Stewart N. T. Shen, Meng-Sang Chew, Meng-Sang Chew, Ghassan F. Issa, Ghassan F. Issa, "Expert System Approach For Generating And Evaluating Engine Design Alternatives", Proc. SPIE 1095, Applications of Artificial Intelligence VII, (21 March 1989); doi: 10.1117/12.969301; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.969301
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