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A Behavior-Centric Concept for Engineering Education in New Product Development

Behrenbeck, Jan; Martins Pacheco, Nuno Miguel; Tariq, Bilal; Zimmermann, Markus // 2020
Engineering students need to be prepared for future work environments in which transdisciplinary collaboration and innovative behaviour are key to sustainable success. Classical technical skills will ...

A BOTTOM-UP FUNCTIONAL DOMAIN SYNTHESIS APPROACH FOR CREATIVE CONCEPTUAL DESIGN

Li, Yutong; Wang, Yuxin // 2020
For expanding the solution space of conceptual design, a bottom-up functional synthesis approach through a partition of the functional domain of the design problem for mechanical products based on ...

A CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK OF PRODUCT-SERVICE SYSTEMS DESIGN FOR SUSTAINABILITY TRANSITIONS

Mitake, Y., Hiramitsu, K., Nagayama, A., Muraoka, N., Sholihah, M. and Shimomura, Y. // 2020

A CONCEPTUAL MODEL COMBINATION FOR THE UNIFICATION OF DESIGN AND TOLERANCING IN ROBUST DESIGN

Grauberger, P., Goetz, S., Schleich, B., Gwosch, T., Matthiesen, S. and Wartzack, S. // 2020

A DATA-DRIVEN APPROACH FOR CREATIVE CONCEPT GENERATION AND EVALUATION

Han, J., Forbes, H., Shi, F., Hao, J. and Schaefer, D. // 2020

A Design Specification Chain: A Concept for Improving Revision Management and Change Tracking

Bertram, Christian Alexander; Rasmussen, Jeppe Bredahl; Mueller, Georg Otto; Mortensen, Niels Henrik // 2020
Design-specifications play an important role in aligning organizational work and ensure everyone works towards the same solution. With many separate specifications and the fast revision pace of ...

A DESIGN SUPPORT TOOL FOR IMPROVING MAINTENANCE SCHEDULING PROCESS

Khalid, W., Soleymani, I., Sigsgaard, K. V., Hansen, K. B., Agergaard, J. K. and Mortensen, N. H. // 2020

A Digital Twin for Risk Modeling and Decision-Support in a Smart Energy Grid

Johansson, Mats; Eklund, Patrik // 2020
In this paper we use electrical grids and the energy market as a system-of-systems example to show how BPMN representations of DSMs may be combined with algebraic structures, forinstance lattices, to ...

A DISCRETE-EVENT SIMULATION MODEL FOR DRIVER PERFORMANCE ASSESSMENT: APPLICATION TO AUTONOMOUS VEHICLE COCKPIT DESIGN OPTIMIZATION

Iuskevich, I., Hein, A. M., Amokrane-Ferka, K., Doufene, A. and Jankovic, M. // 2020

A FORMALISATION APPROACH FOR COLLABORATIVE USER EXPERIENCE DESIGN

Kerpen, D., Conrad, J. and Wallach, D. // 2020

A FRAMEWORK FOR ADDRESSING ETHICAL CONSIDERATIONS IN THE ENGINEERING OF AUTOMATED VEHICLES (AND OTHER TECHNOLOGIES)

Millar, J., Paz, D., Thornton, S. M., Parisi, C. and Gerdes, J. C. // 2020

A Framework for Grouping of Equipment for Preventive Maintenance Planning

Soleymani, Iman; Sigsgaard, Kristoffer Vandrup; Khalid, Waqas; Hansen, Kasper Barslund; Mortensen, Niels Henrik // 2020
One of the main challenges that maintenance organizations are facing is grouping of different equipment to be maintained together. The challenge of grouping equipment to be maintained according to ...

A FRAMEWORK TO ANALYSE DIGITAL FABRICATION PROJECTS: THE ROLE OF DESIGN CREATIVITY

Soomro, Sohail Ahmed (1, 2); Georgiev, Georgi V. (1) // 2020
In this study, we formulate a framework to evaluate open-ended projects related to digital fabrication. The framework consists of two dimensions, i.e. human intellect and technology. Human intellect ...

A Mathematical Model of Customer Satisfaction depending on technical Design Parameters in the context of Product Generation Engineering

Aksoy, Günseli; Huth, Tobias; Vietor, Thomas // 2020
Many manufacturers use customer research instruments, such as empirical surveys in order to find out their needs to consider in new products to improve customer satisfaction. However, the systematic ...

A Matrix-Based Blueprint for System Architecture Design – A Case Study with an Industrial Partner

Lender, Benjamin Nils Johannes; Trauer, Jakob; Schweigert-Recksiek, Sebastian; Spreitzer, Karsten; Chmielewski, Nils; Zimmermann, Markus // 2020
Trends like digitalization, servitization and the ongoing globalization drive an ever more growing product complexity. To handle this challenge and to succeed on fast-paced markets, companies need to ...

A META-MODEL FOR PRODUCT SERVICE SYSTEMS OF SYSTEMS

Fakhfakh, S., Hein, A. M., Jankovic, M. and Chazal, Y. // 2020

A METHOD TO EXPLORE PRODUCT RISK IN PRODUCT LIFECYCLE MANAGEMENT OF CONFIGURED PRODUCTS

Riascos Castaneda, R., Ostrosi, E., Majić, T., Stjepandić, J. and Sagot, J.-C. // 2020

A METHODICAL APPROACH TO INTEGRATED PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT IN TOTAL HIP ARTHROPLASTY

Ley, P.-P., Wirths, L., Oleff, C., Jungreitmayr, F., Vajna, S., Paetzold, K. and Borg, J. C. // 2020

A Networked Approach for Assessing Risks to the Electric Grid

O’Connor, Patrick; Gest, Johnny; Dister, Carl; Browning, Tyson // 2020
This paper examines the interrelatedness of risks in the context of risk analysis with the goal of providing valuable outcomes for regulators, specifically the example of ReliabilityFirst as a ...

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