Towards Object-Oriented Modeling of Complex Mechatronic Systems for the Manufacturing Industry. Zanichelli, D.; Secchi, C.; Bonfè, M.; Rubini, R.; Fantuzzi, C.; D., B.; Borsari, R.; and Sacchetti, E. In Proc. of ASME International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition, pages 1–9, Chicago, (Illinois), November~5–10, 2006.
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The advantages of object–oriented modeling, as modularity and reusability of components, are very important also for modeling manufacturing systems and not only for software development. In [1] a unified object-oriented approach for modeling both the logical and the physical part of a manufacturing machine has been proposed. In this paper we report an industrial application of this modeling strategy and the case study consists of the package forming unit of a filling machine for liquid food packaging, developed by Tetra Pak Carton Ambient S.p.a.
@InProceedings{secchi-et-al:IMECE:2006,
  author = 	 {Zanichelli, D. and Secchi, C. and Bonf\`e, M. and
                  Rubini, R. and Fantuzzi, C. and Borghi D. and
                  Borsari, R. and Sacchetti, E.},
  title = 	 {Towards Object-Oriented Modeling of Complex
                  Mechatronic Systems for the Manufacturing Industry},
  booktitle = 	 {Proc. of ASME International Mechanical Engineering
                  Congress and Exposition},
  year =	 2006,
  address =	 {Chicago, (Illinois)},
  month	= nov # "~5--10",
  href =         {2006-IMECE2006-13222.pdf},
  pages = {1--9},
  ID = 200611,
  abstract = {The advantages of object--oriented modeling, as
                  modularity and reusability of components, are very
                  important also for modeling manufacturing systems
                  and not only for software development.  In [1] a
                  unified object-oriented approach for modeling both
                  the logical and the physical part of a manufacturing
                  machine has been proposed. In this paper we report
                  an industrial application of this modeling strategy
                  and the case study consists of the package forming
                  unit of a filling machine for liquid food packaging,
                  developed by Tetra Pak Carton Ambient S.p.a.}
}
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