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A model representing a component made of multi-heterogeneous materials can be decomposed into three sub-models, as analyzed in the previous section, so as to include all the required information. e. 3D solid model), material constituent composition model, and microstructure model for each material region. For geometric model, the Brep scheme (Lee, 1999) can be used to represent the shape of the whole component and all the borders between different material regions in the component. We will use a schema to Ke-Zhang Chen and Xin-An Feng Developing the methods of modeling heterogeneous components Figure 2 An example of heterogeneous components Integrated Manufacturing Systems 14/7 [2003] 586-592 represent the structural knowledge or information for each of the last two sub-models, since the schema is easy to use to establish the linkage among graphic library, database and application software, which is prerequisite for modeling the components made of multi-heterogeneous materials.

Qi qi P j Vk ¼ 1; ðx; y; zÞ; 2 Ci Š k¼1 } (7) The first slot is the number of material types in the material region. The second slot is the material types represented by the code names of material types. All the information about a material type can be retrieved from a material database according to its code name. The third slot is the local coordinate system [ 589 ] Ke-Zhang Chen and Xin-An Feng Developing the methods of modeling heterogeneous components Integrated Manufacturing Systems 14/7 [2003] 586-592 type of material region, which may be Cartesian, cylindrical, or spherical coordinate system.

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