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Vol.7 No.2previous AASP15 (106-107-108-109-110-111)- AA112-113 NT71

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Regular Paper Vol.7 No.2 (2015) p.145 - p.153
 

Development of an Augmented Reality Based Simulation System for Cooperative Plant Dismantling Work

 
Hirotake ISHII1, Zhiyuan MAN1, Weida YAN1, Hiroshi SHIMODA1, Masanori IZUMI2
 

1 Graduate School of Energy Science, Kyoto University, Yoshida Honmachi, Sakyo-ku, Kyoto 606-8501, Japan
2 Fugen Decommissioning Engineering Center, Japan Atomic Energy Agency, Tsuruga, Fukui, 914-8510, Japan

 
Abstract

An augmented reality-based simulation system for cooperative plant dismantling work has been developed and evaluated. In the system, behaviors of virtual objects such as the dismantling target, chain blocks, and trolleys are physically simulated. Their appearance is superimposed on camera images captured with cameras on users’ tablet devices. The users can manipulate virtual objects cooperatively via touch operation. They can cut the dismantling targets, lift them on the trolleys using chain blocks, and convey them through narrow passages to ascertain whether the dismantling targets can be conducted without colliding with the passages. During the simulation, collisions between the virtual objects and real work environment are detected based on their three-dimensional shape data measured in advance. The collided parts are visualized using augmented reality superimposition. Four evaluators assessed the simulation system. Results show that the simulation system can be useful for prior examination of dismantling works, but some points were also found to need improvement.

 
Keywords
Decommissioning, Physics simulation, Three-dimensional scanner, Point cloud, CSCW
 
Full Paper: PDF EJAM Vol.7No.2 pp.145-153 "Development of an Augmented Reality Based Simulation System for Cooperative Plant Dismantling Work"
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Article history:
Received 4 November 2014
Accepted 3 June 2015