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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 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

AN ANALYSIS OF SOCIO-COGNITIVE ACTIVITIES DURING CO-CREATIVE DESIGN SUPPORTED BY SPATIALIZED AUGMENTED REALITY 

Masclet, Cédric; Baldacchino, Laetitia; Boujut,Jean-François // 2020
This study investigates the mechanisms by which spatial augmented reality (SAR) technology can affect socio-cognitive processes in groups involved in co-creative design sessions. A protocol analysis ...

AN INVESTIGATION OF A GENERATIVE PARAMETRIC DESIGN APPROACH FOR A ROBUST SOLUTION DEVELOPMENT

Li, H., Brockmöller, T., Gembarski, P. C. and Lachmayer, R. // 2020

Characterizing Systems Of Systems Change And Failure Via Network-based Metrics

Fakhfakh, Sarra; Hein, Andreas Makoto; Chazal, Yann; Jankovic, Marija // 2020
A System of System (SoS) is a synthesis of independent systems functioning together towards a common goal. They are characterized by their dynamic nature and evolvability during operation: addition, ...

CONCEPTION OF A DIGITAL TWIN IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING – A CASE STUDY IN TECHNICAL PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT

Schweigert-Recksiek, S., Trauer, J., Engel, C., Spreitzer, K. and Zimmermann, M. // 2020

Designing Lightweight Structures under Consideration of Material and Structure Uncertainties on Different Levels of the Building Block Approach

Hartwich, Tobias S.; Völkl, Harald; Wartzack, Sandro; Krause, Dieter; // 2020
Lightweight design is an important aspect in the development of components to reduce material use and obtain energy-efficient structures. Frequently, lightweight structures are designed for one or a ...

GOOD IDEA OR BAD IDEA? – TEACHING KNOWLEDGE-BASED ENGINEERING IN A FLIPPED CLASSROOM

Gembarski, Paul Christoph // 2020
The application of computer-aided design (CAD) systems belongs to the very basic competences that a design engineer in mechanical engineering is taught. The definition of shape and product properties ...

Identifying modularity practices across mechanics, electronics and software

Askhøj, Christoffer; Løkkegaard, Martin; Bertram, Christian Alexander; Mortensen, Niels Henrik // 2020
In this paper we present five modularity practices across the domains of mechanics, electronics and software deduced from observations from four companies. The practices are made to help product ...

Learning to Design in a Serious Game

VOß, Markus (1); BOZKURT, Hulusi (1); SAUER, Thorsten (2); NUTZMANN, Marc (2) // 2020
The paper describes, discusses and reflects how a second year Engineering Design project in a Mechanical Engineering bachelor’s programme has been 'gamified' by introducing 'playful' elements into ...

Making customer integration in company processes persistent: Comparison of literature and industrial perspective

Vogel, Simone; Kreimeyer, Matthias; Richter, Ronny; Spinler, Stefan // 2020
Companies lack efficient mechanisms for the systematic and continuous integration of customers in order to generate benefits and to avoid further complicating their internal processes. A gap was ...

On the Treatment of Equality Constraints in Mechanical Systems Design Subject to Uncertainty

Stumpf, Julian; Naumann, Thomas; Vogt, Marc Eric; Duddeck, Fabian; Zimmermann, Markus // 2020
In early phases of product development, uncertainty may be treated by a set-based design method relying on so-called solution spaces. In this approach, all relevant system requirements are used to ...

Potentiale datengestützter Methoden zur Gestaltung und Optimierung mechanischer Fügeverbindungen

Zirngibl, Christoph; Schleich, Benjamin; Wartzack, Sandro; // 2020
Due to the increasing requirements on lightweight constructions, the demands for efficient joining processes are constantly rising. Therefor cold forming processes provide a faster and less expensive ...

Problem-based learning in introductory thermodynamics and fluid mechanics

Coutts, Euan // 2020
Problem-based learning (PBL) is a pedagogical approach which aims to create engaged and thorough long term learning. This is achieved by setting problems centered around a challenge encountered in a ...

PRODUCT DESIGN EDUCATION IN MECHANICAL AND MANAGEMENT ENGINEERING MASTER’S DEGREE PROGRAMS. ANALOGIES AND DIFFERENCES

De Napoli, Luigi; Rizzuti, Sergio // 2020
Mechanical and management engineering are some of the stakeholders involved in product development, with different competencies. They must share the responsibility for best solution identification to ...

A concept for process-oriented interdisciplinary tolerance management considering production-specific deviations

Heling, Bjoern; Oberleiter, Thomas; Rohrmoser, Andreas; Kiener, Christoph; Schleich, Benjamin; Hagenah, Hinnerk; Merklein, Marion; Willner, Kai; Wartzack, Sandro // 2019
To meet rising customer requirements, increasingly complex products have to be virtually validated. To achieve this within the framework of virtual product development, a wide range of aspects has to ...

A Framework for Development Architecture for Modular Products: Cross-Domain Variety Management Perspective

Oh, Kwansuk; Lim, Jong Wook; Cho, Seongwon; Ryu, Junyeol; Hong, Yoo S. // 2019
Variety management is a cross-domain issue in product family design. In the real field, the relationships across the domains are so complex for most of the existing product families that they cannot ...

A methodology for the application of virtual evaluation methods within the design process of cold forged steel pinions

Rohrmoser, Andreas (1); Heling, BjÓrn (2); Schleich, Benjamin (2); Kiener, Christoph (1); Hagenah, Hinnerk (1); Wartzack, Sandro (2); Merklein, Marion (1) // 2019
Gears are essential machine elements in the drivetrain and transmission technology. The operational behaviour of a gear pairing is influenced by the design of the gear kinematics as well as the ...

A modeling approach for elastic tolerance simulation of the body in white hang-on parts

Zheng, Hanchen (1); Litwa, Frank (1); Reese, Benjamin (2); Li, Chenyang (2); Bohn, Martin (1); Paetzold, Kristin (3) // 2019
Computer aided tolerancing (CAT) in the automobile industry is implemented by CAD tools. These tools analyze the manufacturability of complex assemblies with rigid single parts in an early stage to ...

Agile Product Development: Features Identification and Application in the Electricity Sector

Ribeiro, Artur Tavares Vilas Boas (1); Leal, Lorenna Fernandes (1); do Amaral, Guilherme Soares Gurgel (2); Kahn, Ricardo (2); Pacci Evaristo, Bruno Guilherme (3); Rom // 2019
The electricity sector is in the midst of a structural change driven by new technologies. In Brazil, the electricity sector regulation has mechanisms to foster innovation, including investments in ...

An integral design framework for multi-disciplinary design

Zeiler, Wim // 2019
A comprehensive domain independent system-level perspective of conceptualization of design is a major driver for successful product development. Such a general design model, Integral Design, was ...

An Overview and Classification of Tolerance Compensation Methods

Aschenbrenner, Alexander; Schleich, Benjamin; Wartzack, Sandro // 2019
Technological advances as well as novel manufacturing and design paradigms, such as industry 4.0 and digitalization, offer new opportunities for innovative products. However, they also increase the ...

Analysing The Relevance Of Serious Game Elements For Effectively Teaching Innovation Processes

Ma, Yiming (1); Vallet, Flore (1,2); Cluzel, Fran // 2019
Serious games (SGs) as a new educational format have gained interest among many scholars from diverse fields. SGs seem to be useful tools for teaching innovation processes (IP) as they guarantee ...

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