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The Cyber-physical E-machine Manufacturing System: Virtual Engineering for Complete Lifecycle Support
Electric machines (e-machines) will form a fundamental part of the powertrain of the future. Automotive manufacturers are keen to develop emachine manufacturing and assembly knowledge in-house. An on-going project, which aims to deliver an e-machine pilot assembly line, is being supported by a set of virtual engineering tools developed by the Automation Systems Group at the University of Warwick. Although digital models are a useful design aid providing visualization and simulation, thedoi:10.1016/j.procir.2017.02.035 fatcat:hymn4stf3nhfhbzfrejlsx7rpq