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A METHODOLOGY FOR RATIONALISING PAST DESIGNS FOR RE-USE

Duffy, A. H. B.; Legler, S. // 1998
Reuse is endemic in the design process. Companies recognise the concept of reuse, but few have structures for managing and taking advantage of reuse. Correspondingly, little work has been done to ...

CONCEPTUAL DESIGN OF PRODUCTS AND PRODUCT FAMILIES

Liedholm, Ulf // 1998
The early phases during design are probably the most important ones. Concept development consists of at least three activities: the establishment of a design specification, functional decomposition ...

INDUSTRIAL PRACTICE WITH PRODUCT PLATFORMS IN USA

Elgltrd, Per // 1998
This paper is based on visits to 7 US companies. Based on the practices we observed at these visits, combined with findings from literature, it is explained what is understood by a product platform ...

Mehrkriteriale Optimierung von Gußteilen

Hartmann, Roland; Poliakov, Sergej; Popkov, Viktor // 1998

MODELING CONFIGURABLE PRODUCT FAMILIES

Tiihonen, Juha; Lehtonen, Timo; Soininen, Timo; Puikkinen, Antti; Sulonen, Reijo; Riitahuhta, Asko // 1998
This paper presents a method for managing and modelling a product family as a configurable product. The method enables efficient management of a large number of product variants. The modeling is ...

MODULARITY BY DISTRIBUTION - THE DEVELOPMENT OF A MOBILE ROBOT PROTOTYPE PLATFORM

Blackenfelt, Michael; Andersson, S6ren // 1998
This is a study of a leg-based mobile robot prototype which has been designed based on the specified requirements for both variant leg and variant foot principles. Modular design was emphasised from ...

MODULARITY IN USE - EXPERIENCES FROM FIVE COMPANIES

Stake, Roger B.; Blackenfelt, Michael // 1998
Modularisation of a product family may be done for various reasons, to various degrees and by using various approaches. A modular product family may be the result of a conscious redesign of an ...

Multikriterielle Bewertung von Baustrukturvarianten

Adunka, Robert; Wartzack, Sandro // 1998

Problemlösungsebenen im Konstruktionsprozess

Klose, J.; Musoro, R. // 1998

PRODUCT FAMILIES; THE PARADIGM OF THE ORDER ENTRY POINT.

Bikker, Henk; van Till, Roelf // 1998
The paradigm of the Order Entry Point recognizes the necessity of anticipating the external needs from the market and the internal needs from design and manufacturing, to act partly on prognosis and ...

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