computer-aided design

"In this article, we present a novel approach to designing and optimizing unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) to carry low-weight cargo. Various computational design techniques are involved, including the computer-aided design (CAD) of the aircraft's mechanical components and the simulation of its structural and material properties by finite elements methods (FEM). Mathematical models were also used to describe and improve the rotodynamic stability, control, and weight-carrying capacity of the UAV.


This dataset contains the results of a systematic literature review of visualization in Building Information Modeling (BIM). BIM employs data-rich 3D CAD models for large-scale facility design, construction, and operation. These complex datasets contain a large amount and variety of information, ranging from design specifications to real-time sensor data. They are used by architects and engineers for various analysis and simulations throughout a facility's life cycle. Many techniques from different visualization fields could be used to analyze these data.