Digital Twins in Industry

Edited by
August 2021
244 pages
  • ISBN978-3-0365-1800-8 (Hardback)
  • ISBN978-3-0365-1799-5 (PDF)

This book is a reprint of the Special Issue Digital Twins in Industry that was published in

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Digital Twins in Industry is a compilation of works by authors with specific emphasis on industrial applications. Much of the research on digital twins has been conducted by the academia in both theoretical considerations and laboratory-based prototypes. Industry, while taking the lead on larger scale implementations of Digital Twins (DT) using sophisticated software, is concentrating on dedicated solutions that are not within the reach of the average-sized industries. This book covers 11 chapters of various implementations of DT. It provides an insight for companies who are contemplating the adaption of the DT technology, as well as researchers and senior students in exploring the potential of DT and its associated technologies.

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© 2022 by the authors; CC BY-NC-ND license
digital twin; manufacturing; tolerancing; geometry assurance; digital thread; virtual reality; augmented reality; digital twin; 360 modules; YouTube; online App; construction; building; digital pedagogy; role play; e-learning; risk management.; digital twin; internet of things; interoperability; standardization; digital twin; manufacturing; engine block; digital twin; industrial process; steady state simulation; directed graph; piping and instrumentation diagram; Balas®; ergonomics; manufacturing; production process; Digital Twin; digital twins; crane; machine design; integration; maintenance; operation; API; open source; digital twin; digital thread; framework; shipyard; industry 4.0; digital-twin; gerotor pump; hydraulic-systems; simulation; computer-aided design; safety; digital twin; smart operator; smart manufacturing; Industry 4.0; digital twins (DTs); Internet of Things (IoT); sustainability requirements; sustainable development; product design; n/a