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CHANGE IMPACT ANALYSIS AT THE INTERFACE OF SYSTEM AND EMBEDDED SOFTWARE DESIGN

Kilpinen, M.S.; Clarkson, P.J.; Eckert, C.M. // 2006
Embedded software provides a means for the functionality of a design to adapt to new needs and requirements. Systems engineering has devised processes to incorporate embedded software with the ...

CIDAD - A METHOD PORTAL FOR PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT

Ponn, J.; Lindemann, U. // 2006
The paper investigates motivation and requirements for a web-based method portal for product development. Characteristics of the CiDaD method portal, developed by the Institute of Product Development ...

CONTRIBUTION TO MAINTAINABILITY AND SAFETY ASSESSMENT IN THE MECHANICAL PRODUCT DESIGN

Coulibaly, A.; Houssin, R.; Mutel, B. // 2006
The paper presents an approach for maintainability and safety assessment using CAD model enriched with behavioral semantic data. This aims to assist designers for taking care of product behaviors ...

DESIGN OF MICROSYSTEMS BASED ON COMPLIANT STRUCTURES AND DEVICES

Zelenika, S.; De Bona, F. // 2006
In this work a broad overview of the topics related to the mechanical design of compliant micromechanisms is presented. Innovative methodologies to be used in the design of devices based on leaf ...

DIMENSIONAL TOLERANCE APPROXIMATION FOR REVERSE ENGINEERING APPLICATIONS

Jamshidi, J.; Mileham, A.R.; Owen, G.W. // 2006
Tolerance accommodation is normally a re-engineering process rather than the Reverse Engineering (RE) of a component. This can jeopardise the exactness of the re-designed data or increase the RE cost ...

DIMENSIONING MACHINE STRUCTURE FOR EARTHQUAKE RESISTANCE IN DESIGN STAGE

Butković, M.; Orčić, B.; Tevčić, M.; Jokić, M. // 2006
Designing the equipment of power plants, petrochemical or similar large plants, mechanical and electrical engineers have to consider, beside the standard load, possible earthquake load as well. Plant ...

DIRECT DRIVE - TREND IN MODERN ELEVATORS

Kostelac, M.; Herold ,Z.; Maljković, Z. // 2006
In general, in the design of elevator driving mechanisms, there is a high demand for small installation space, silent function and programmable control with high driving reliability and safety. ...

FORM DIVISION IN AUTOMOTIVE BODY DESIGN - LINKING DESIGN AND MANUFACTURABILITY

Dagman, A.; Söderberg, R.; Lindkvist, L. // 2006
The spatial relations between the individual parts in an assembled product can be critical for the functional and aesthetic quality of a product. These relations are the result of a form division. ...

FUNCTION MODELLING SUPPORTS CONCEPTUAL DESIGN OF INNOVATIVE PRODUCTS

Brix, T.; Döring, U.; Höhne, G.; Lotz, M.; Reeßing, M. // 2006
The development of innovative products is based on the generation of new concepts. For evaluation and selection of potential innovative solutions it is important to understand and predict their ...

INFLUENCE OF DIFFERENT GEAR LOAD MODELS ON CRACK PROPAGATION PREDICTIONS

Podrug, S.; Jelaska, D. // 2006
In conventional fatigue models of the gear tooth root it is usual to approximate actual gear load with pulsating force acting in the highest point of the single tooth contact. However, in actual gear ...

INTELLIGENT SEARCH FOR PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT INFORMATION - AN ONTOLOGY-BASED APPROACH

Ponn, J.; Deubzer, F.; Lindemann, U. // 2006
The active management of information and knowledge is nowadays considered an important means to achieve an enterprise’s competitiveness, which is especially relevant for the information intensive ...

Modelling design processes to improve robustness

Chalupnik, M- J.; Eckert, C. M.; Clarkson, P. J. // 2006
The success of any manufacturing company depends ultimately on the effectiveness and efficiency of ist product development. However, "few development projects fully deliver on their early ...

REPRESENTATION OF ELASTIC DEFORMATIONS AS DEVIATION ZONE AND ITS CONNECTION WITH STATISTICAL TOLERANCE ZONES

Lustig, R.; Meerkamm, H. // 2006
In this paper a new method is presented which allows the interconnection of tolerances with elasticity information and the combined simulation of both. First the elastic deformations are calculated. ...

SPECIFYING THE PRINCIPLE SOLUTION OF TOMORROWS MECHANICAL ENGINEERING PRODUCTS

Gausemeier, J.; Frank, U.; Steffen, D. // 2006
The conceivable development of information technology will enable mechatronic systems with inherent partial intelligence. We call this kind of systems self-optimizing. The paper presents the paradigm ...

TEACHING SYSTEM INTEGRATION OF MECHATRONIC SYSTEMS

Fan, Z.; Detlef, M.; Andreasen, M.M.; Hein, L. // 2006
Mechatronics has been an emerging subject in industry with the introduction of a large volume of mechatronics product to the market. In addition, it gives rise to tremendous challenge for education ...

TEACHNING "COUPLING COMPETENCE" BY MEANS OF INTERDISCIPLINARY PROJECTS

Stetter, R.; Paczynski, A.; Voos, H.; Bäuerle, P. // 2006
The paper describes two interdisciplinary student projects aimed at the improvement of a decisive key competency called “coupling competence”. In these projects senior students and master students of ...

THE KARLSRUHE EDUCATION MODEL FOR PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT “KALEP”, IN HIGHER EDUCATION

Albers, A.; Burkardt, N.; Meboldt, M. // 2006
Product development is one of the most complex and important stages in the value creation chain. The objective of the university education of mechanical engineers is to impart the complex knowledge ...

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Wang, Wenjuan; Duffy, Alex // 2006

VISUAL SENSITIVITY: COMMUNICATING POOR QUALITY

Forslund, K.; Dagman, A.; Söderberg, R. // 2006
Visually perceived deviations from the nominal shapes, locations and orientations of parts can have negative impacts on the Visual Quality Appearance (VQA) of an assembled product. What deviations ...

VISUALIZATION OF VARIATION IN EARLY DESIGN PHASES: A CONVEX HULL APPROACH

Lööf, J.; Söderberg, R.; Lindkvist, L. // 2006
As the demand on productivity in the manufacturing industry always increases, it’s important with tools that shorten the time from concept to production phases. Visualization has become a popular ...

A SHAPE DESIGN SUPPORT SYSTEM FOR SELF-EXPANDABLE STENTS

Inoue, K.; Matsuoka, T.; Masuyama, T.; Ito, T. // 2005

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