Volume 17 - Issue 2


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IJERD : Volume 17 - Issue 2

(February - 2021)

E González-Sarmiento, J Roa-Perez, L Ortiz-Ospino

Big Data and Artificial Intelligence in the Development of Industry 4.0; A Bibliometric Analysis
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Industry 4.0, also known as the Fourth Industrial Revolution, is characterized by process automation and digitization and the use of technologies such as the Internet of Things, cloud, big data, artificial intelligence (AI), and embedded systems, among others. In fact, AI and big data are two driving forces behind several technological innovations that have shaped the current digital environment and Industry 4.0. These two trends share a common goal, i.e., to obtain the maximal data out of the vast amount of data being generated today. Therefore, within the context of substantial scientific development in this subject, this work provides an overview of the development of Industry 4.0 based on big data and AI. The methodological design commenced from the development of a bibliometric exercise for the identification of scientific papers addressing this subject. The main results of this work include the identification of scientific development based on big data and AI in the advancement of Industry 4.0. Moreover, conclusions regarding the importance of these pillars in the new digitization era are obtained.

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E González-Sarmiento, J Roa-Perez, L Ortiz-Ospino "Big Data and Artificial Intelligence in the Development of Industry 4.0; A Bibliometric Analysis" International Journal of Engineering Research and Development, Volume 17, Issue 2 (February 2021)
MID 1702.067X.0001. Colombia
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Chen Qinghua, Melangi Momo Valex

Dynamic Simulation of the Chain Drive in a Vertical Stereo Garage on Adams Software
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The vertical stereo garage is a smart car parking system. Parking is achieved through a chain drive which enables parking slots to be rotated. The aim of this paper is to simulate the dynamics of this chain and provide a base for its optimization. A chain model is built on ADAMS software and analyzed. Torques corresponding to the loads of cars is applied to each sprocket. Forces in the chain are investigated. Results show that applied torques remain constant throughout the experiment. Graphs of contact and tension forces are in phase. Moreover the maximum value of the average tension force is compared with the standard average tensile strength of the 48A chain, revealing a safety margin of 75.75%.
Contact, tension, chain drive, dynamic simulation.

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[2]. Chandni Patel, Monalisa Swami, Priya Saxena, Sejal Shah. Rotary Automated Car Parking System. ISSN: 2319-5967.ISO 9001:2008 Certified. [3]. China Daily. Shared parking app needs policy support: August 21, 2017. Reference to a website: http://www.china.org.cn/opinion/2017-08/21/content_41445971.htm. Last visited 2019/05/31.
[4]. WANG Xue, WANG Shu, LONG Ri Sheng, Yang Zhao Jian, Liu Guang. PengRigid flexible coupled dynamic contact analysis of a chain drive system of a heavy scraper conveyor during loading start up. Shanxi Key Laboratory of Fully Mechanized Coal Mining Equipment, Taiyuan University of Technology. Journal of vibration and shock vol 35 No 11, 2016
[5]. Yanqing Hu, Qingliang Zeg, Shoubo Jiang, Pengfei Yu and Zhikuan Yang. Dynamic analysis of chain Drive System for Scraper Conveyor Based on Amesim. College of Mechanical and Electronic Engineering Shandong university of Science and Technology Qingdao, China 2018.

Chen Qinghua, Melangi Momo Valex "Dynamic Simulation of the Chain Drive in a Vertical Stereo Garage on Adams Software" International Journal of Engineering Research and Development, Volume 17, Issue 2 (February 2021)
MID 1702.067X.0002. China
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