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IMPROVING THE CONCEPTUAL DESIGN OF TURBINE ROTOR BLADE COOLING SYSTEMS

Bell, C. P.; Dawes, W. N.; Jarrett, J. P.; Clarkson, P. J. // 2005

A CONCEPT DEVELOPMENT SUPPORT TOOL FOR MULTIATTRIBUTE DECISION MAKING

Salonen, Mlkko P. // 2004
This paper presents the centric result from a cooperative research project between university and industry partners. The objective of the project was to identify areas in the company's product ...

A CONCEPT FOR SAFETY AND DEPENDABILITY INFORMATION EXPLOITATION IN MAINTENANCE PLANNING AND PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT

Viitanicmi, Juhani; Saamanen, Arto; Rcunanen, Markku // 2004
Maintenance services are becoming increasingly important in the current business environment. Emphasis on the availability and maintainability over the entire life cycle of modern, complex technical ...

A MAPPING OF DESIGN DECISION-MAKING

Hansen, C.T.; Andreasen, M.M. // 2004
In this paper we present the decision score, which is a model of decision-making seen in the engineering designer's perspective of the design process dynamics, where a decision has multiple ...

A NEW LIFE CYCLE MODEL FOR THE CONCEPTUAL DESIGN PROCESS

Coatanea, Eric; Areille, Jean V. // 2004
Life cycle considerations and design options are hardly quantitatively taken into consideration during the conceptual design phase. In order to provide the type of information required to make ...

A STUDY REGARDING THE USE OF METHODOLOGY DURING A DESIGN PROCESS

Koch, M.; Meerkamm, H. // 2004
The design methodology is assumed to be known and used during every process of design. But very often theory and practice differ in many points. To make these points clear this paper monitors a ...

COMPUTER-AIDED SYSTEM FOR HAZARD ZONE IDENTIFICATION IN SHIP POWER PLANTS

MALINOWSKI, T.; PODSIADLO, A.; TARELKO, W. // 2004

DECISION SUPPORT FOR STRATEGIC PARTNER SELECTION IN COLLABORATIVE DESIGN AND INNOVATION

Hacklin, F.; Marxt, C. // 2004
Strategic partner selection in collaborative design and innovation is an issue with currently high demand from industry. Our project partner is seeking for operational assistance and decision support ...

DEVELOPING DECISION COMPONENTS MODEL FOR ANALYSING DESIGN DECISIONS IN MONO-DISCIPLINE DESIGN TEAMS

Ensici, A.; Bayazit, N. // 2004
An empirical research is conducted in order to understand the details of the design decision structures and formation; and to determine the components of the design decisions that are produced by the ...

DEVELOPMENT OF CODE-MARKING EQUIPMENT FOR LOGS

Seldl, Ardi; Uusijärvi, Richard // 2004
This paper gives an overview of the product development process applied to development of code-marking equipment for logs. The leaning and decision making process During the development is showed. ...

EVALUATING THE ORGANIZATIONAL ROI OF DIFFERENT COLLABORATIVE STRATEGIES

Kristensen, K.; Hildre, H. P.; Sivertsen, O.I.; Royrvik, J. // 2004
This paper proposes a modelling tool that evaluates the organizational ROI (return on investment) for different collaborative strategies. This decision-making tool has been developed to identify the ...

MULTIPLE ATTRIBUTE DECISION MAKING TOWARDS MOST ACCEPTABLE VARIANT SOLUTION

Kljajin, M.; Ivandic, Z.; Kozak, D. // 2004
Modern product development concept is based on the product as a technical system. Developed model in this paper connects the product as a technical system and designer. Different models of decision ...

ONE FOOT IN JAIL: MITIGATING THE INFLUENCE OF ERRORS ON THE OUTCOME OF DESIGN PROCESSES FOR INDUSTRIAL PLANT

Mayer, H.; Stark, H. L.; Ford, R. // 2004
From the perspective of practicing designers of industrial plant, there is a need for design science to acknowledge the fact that a mountain of decisions has to be got through, while minimising ...

Orientation support in product development

Dünser, T. // 2004
This paper presents instructions to support finding the best design step sequence for product development. Aiming at the detailed navigation questions of practical development, it can be seen as an ...

PAMATRIX: A METHOD TO ASSESS PLATFORMS IN PRODUCT DEVELOPING COMPANIES

Kristjansson, Arnar H.; Hildre, Hans-Petter // 2004
Platforms in the context of product developing companies are used to fulfil a number of different goals. In some cases they have proven to be beneficial, while in other instances they have proven not ...

PRODUCT-DEVELOPMENT COMPLEXITY METRICS: A FRAMEWORK FOR PROACTIVE-DFA IMPLEMENTATION

Rodriguez-Toro, C.A.; Jared, G.; Swift, K. // 2004
Designers need computer support in the earlier stages of the process when decisions have a more significant effect on outcomes. In this paper a taxonomy of assemblability and manufacturability ...

REACHING THE COST TARGET - CURRENT STATUS IN SMEs

Nissl, A.; Lindemann, U. // 2004
Many companies apply the method of Target Costing in order to offer products with an optimal cost-performance ratio. Due to this method, every decision within the product development process has to ...

SYSTEMATIZATION OF DESIGN PROBLEMS BY GRAPH THEORY

Yoshikawa, S.; Minami, M. // 2004
A graph-theory-based systematization method of design problems has been proposed aiming at carrying over obtained engineering knowledge in constructions of large-scale systems. This method focuses ...

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