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Integrating additive manufacturing and repair strategies of aeroengine components in the computational multi-disciplinary engineering design process

Al Handawi, Khalil; Lawand, Lydia; Andersson, Petter; Brommesson, Rebecka; Isaksson, Ola; Kokkolaras, Michael // 2018
This paper presents a methodology for integrating failure and lifecycle analysis related to additive manufacturing in a computational multidisciplinary engineering design framework. The specific goal ...

INTEGRATING SUSTAINABILITY IN PRODUCT REQUIREMENTS

Watz, Matilda; Hallstedt, Sophie I. // 2018
Trade-offs between sustainability criteria and engineering design variables can lead to sub-optimisations and costly short-term priorities. This study explores how sustainability requirements can be ...

MARGINS LEADING TO OVER-CAPACITY

Jones, Darren Anthony; Eckert, Claudia Margot; Gericke, Kilian // 2018
This paper categorises and describes the design stages, stakeholders and decision processes of an overcapacity boiler upgrade that came about from the excessive use of design margins. Using a ...

MODEL-BASED DECISION SUPPORT FOR VALUE AND SUSTAINABILITY ASSESSMENT: APPLYING MACHINE LEARNING IN AEROSPACE PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT

Bertoni, Alessandro; Dasari, Siva Krishna; Hallstedt, Sophie I.; Andersson, Petter // 2018
This paper presents a prescriptive approach toward the integration of value and sustainability models in an automated decision support environment enabled by machine learning (ML). The approach ...

MODEL-DRIVEN DECISION ARENA: AN AEROSPACE CASE STUDY

Bertoni, Marco; Wall, Johan; Bertoni, Alessandro // 2018
The concept of Decision Theatre (DT) is of great interest to leverage knowledge sharing in early stage design decision events. Yet, few contributions show how to configure a DT to support design ...

MODEL-DRIVEN VALUE ASSESSMENT: A CASE FROM THE FOOD PACKAGING INDUSTRY

Bertoni, Marco; Chowdhery, Syed Azad; Bellini, Anna // 2018
Consumer perception of food packaging solutions is driven by early design decisions on paperboard configuration and manufacturing technologies. Simulation Driven Design is common to frontload design ...

ON KNOWLEDGE MATURITY AND BIASED NATURE OF STAGED DECISION MAKING IN A HIGH CONSEQUENCE INDUSTRY

Svensson, Martin; Bertoni, Alessandro; Lanander, Maximillian // 2018
This paper explores and problematizes decision-making in a high-consequence industry which is characterized by the stage-gate process. We showcase that decision-makers do not differentiate between ...

Perceived industrial usefulness of the ACD3-matrix - an interview study with product developers

Bligård, Lars-Ola; Simonsen, Eva; Berlin, Cecilia // 2018
Today, a large number of tools are available to support the organization and documentation of product development. However, a tool is not successful merely by virtue of being available; it is in the ...

Target Weighing Approach: Study to evaluate the benefits of a methodical approach in comparison to classical company processes for the identification of lightweight design potentials

Revfi, Sven; Albers, Albert; Stegmiller, Marcus // 2018
In order to achieve weight targets, the product developer can rely on the five lightweight design strategies concept, material, form, manufacturing and conditional lightweight design. However, ...

Towards Strategic Sustainable Product Development: Challenges and Opportunities for Communicating Sustainability in a Value Chain

Kwok, Sze Yin; Hallstedt, Sophie I. // 2018
Sustainable product development and sustainable manufacturing have been considered one of the main enablers towards addressing the global sustainability challenge. Sustainable communication among ...

TOWARDS SYSTEMATIC DESIGN OF CYBER-PHYSICAL PRODUCT-SERVICE SYSTEMS

Rizvi, Mohd Ahsan Kabir; Chew, Eng // 2018
Modern businesses are servitizing their offerings into product-service system to achieve customized value co-creation and superior customer satisfaction. PSS are evolving to incorporate ...

TRACEABILITY OF DECISIONS IN PRODUCT REALIZATION PROCESSES OF CUSTOM ENGINEERED PRODUCTS

Elgh, Fredrik Per Wilhelm; Johansson, Joel; Pookrkiany, Morteza; Stolt, Roland; Raudberget, Dag // 2018
Custom engineered products require an engineer-to-order approach in development, quotation preparation and order processing. This work reports the result of a three-and-a-half-year project were the ...

VALUE CREATION MECHANISMS IN PRODUCT VARIETY DEVELOPMENT

Pakkanen, Jarkko Tapani; Juuti, Tero Sakari; Lehtonen, Timo Artturi // 2018
The aim is to study value creation mechanisms in product variety development and to discuss how the mechanisms could be used in communicating and evaluating the business potential of product variety ...

WHEN LIFECYCLE COST ANALYSIS ENABLES STRATEGIC DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS

Altavilla, Stefania; Montagna, Francesca // 2018
The literature on cost-estimation is full of examples that methodologically explain the construction of models. In this paper, we showed how such methods when correctly implemented represent a source ...

WORKSHOP METHOD FOR EARLY SUSTAINABLE PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT

Schulte, Jesko; Hallstedt, Sophie I. // 2018
It is in the early phases of product development that most of a product’s life-cycle sustainability impact is determined. This study presents a workshop method that has the purpose to support ...

A CBR approach for supporting ecodesign with SysML

Bougain, Sébastien Joël; Gerhard, Detlef // 2017
Taking environmental and sustainability issues adequately into account within the design process is mandatory but leads to additional complexity since even more engineering domains have to be ...

A comparison of design decisions made early and late in development

Tan, James; Otto, Kevin; Wood, Kristin // 2017
The occurrence rates and cost impact of design changes made early and later in the design process were studied, to test and quantify the 80-20 rule of design cost impacts, that early design decisions ...

A computational tool for virtual product development exploiting changeability knowledge

Francalanza, Emmanuel; Borg, Jonathan; Constantinescu, Carmen // 2017
Shifts in customer needs coupled with highly competitive markets and technological advances, means that product families evolve over time. Product family evolution has an effect not only on how the ...

A concept and prototype for a new app to support collaborative and multi- criteria decision making in product development

Luft, Thomas; Rupprecht, Simon; Wartzack, Sandro // 2017
As products become increasingly complex, product developers have to make decisions effectively and efficiently. Therefore, the long term goal of the authors is the development of a new app to support ...

A semi-formal approach to structure and access knowledge for multi-material-design

Kleemann, Sebastian; Inkermann, David; Bader, Benjamin; Türck, Eiko; Vietor, Thomas // 2017
In recent years multi-material-design has been of broad interest. There has been a great deal of literature on how multi-material-design has support realisation of lighter, cheaper products with ...

A SHIFT FROM TECHNICAL PROPERTIES TOWARDS SENSORIAL CHARACTERISTICS IN PRODUCT DESIGN EDUCATION

Asbjřrn Sörensen, Charlotte; Warell, Anders; Jagtap, Santosh // 2017
The aim of this study is to evaluate a new pedagogic approach implemented in a compulsory materials course for product design students at bachelors level at ABC University. When developing a new ...

An approach to handle uncertainty during the process of product modelling

Würtenberger, Jan; Lotz, Julian; Freund, Tillmann; Kirchner, Eckhard // 2017
Product models are the results of product modelling and are used for decision making during the development process. They are based on assumptions by the designer, which are made under a lack of ...

An automated generation method of system architecture with component's multi-criterion evaluation

Chen, Ruirui; Liu, Yusheng; Liu, Ying; Zhang, Zhinan; Ye, Xiaoping; Hu, Jie // 2017
System architecture is important for the design of complex mechatronic systems since it acts as a connection between conceptual design and detail design. An efficient automatic system architecture ...

An end of life oriented framework to support the transition toward circular economy

Marconi, Marco; Germani, Michele // 2017
Circular economy is recognized as the most effective economic model to face issues related to waste management and resource scarcity. This requires to efficiently manage the End of Life (EoL) phase, ...

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