Kinetic Mechanical Engineering, 2023, 4(2); doi: 10.38007/KME.2023.040202.
Shenyang Jinbei Vehicle Manufacturing Co., LTD, Shenyang, Liaoning, China
With the continuous development of artificial intelligence, more and more researchers begin to attach importance to the realization of perfection testing in products, especially the intelligent and simulation technology. In this paper, based on the combination of computer and robot, the simulation experiment on mechanical structure is carried out. This paper first introduces the important role of machine vision system in the process of defect detection of automobile parts, then expounds the method of feature recognition of automobile parts, related principles and key technical basic knowledge points, etc. Finally, a three-dimensional entity model simulating real products is constructed using MATLAB software, and its results are calculated and analyzed. The concepts of intelligence and simulation are described in detail. The test results show that, the accuracy of the model in detecting the degree of perfection of product parts is more than 90%, and the error rate is low. This shows that the testing performance of the model is excellent.
Artificial Intelligence, Construction Machinery, Product Parts, Degree of Perfection
Yu Han. A New Method for Testing the Perfection of Construction Machinery Parts Based on Artificial Intelligence. Kinetic Mechanical Engineering (2023), Vol. 4, Issue 2: 10-18. https://doi.org/10.38007/KME.2023.040202.
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