Smart Product Engineering, 1st Edition

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  • ISBN-10: 3642308171
  • ISBN-13: 9783642308178
  • DDC: 620.0042
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 1011 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2013 | Published/Released June 2014
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2013

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The collection of papers in this book comprises the proceedings of the 23rd CIRP Design Conference held between March 11th and March 13th 2013 at the Ruhr-Universität Bochum in Germany. The event was organized in cooperation with the German Academic Society for Product Development – WiGeP. The focus of the conference was  on »Smart Product Engineering«, covering two major aspects of modern  product creation: the development of intelligent ("smart") products as well as the new ("smart") approach of engineering, explicitly taking into account consistent systems integration. Throughout the 97 papers contained in these proceedings, a range of topics are covered, amongst them the different facets and aspects of what makes a product or an engineering solution "smart". In addition, the conference papers investigate new ways of engineering for production planning and collaboration towards Smart Product Engineering. The publications provide a solid insight into the pressing issues of modern digital product creation facing increasing challenges in a rapidly changing industrial environment. They also give implicit advice how a "smart" product or engineering solution (processes, methods and tools) needs to be designed and implemented in order to become successful.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Other Frontmatter.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
1: Management Approaches I.
2: Smart Engineering for Smart Products.
3: New Perspectives in the Quest for Unification of ‘Lean’ with Traditional Engineering Design Methodology.
4: Procedural Model for the Virtual Commissioning on The Basis of Model-Based Design.
5: A Template for Design for Excellence (DfX) Methods.
6: PLM Applications.
7: Enhancing Interpretation-Quality of Requirements Using PLM Integrated Requirements-Communication in Cross Company Development Processes.
8: Plm-Centered Support of Active Virtual Customer Integration Into the Product Creation Process.
9: High Definition Product Lifecycle Management an Immersive Decision Making Environment.
10: Implications of Open Innovation Approaches on Future PLM.
11: Systems Engineering.
12: Challenges of Model-Based Systems Engineering: A Study towards Unified Term Understanding and the State of Usage of SysML.
13: Model Based Design with Systems Engineering Based on RFLP Using V6.
14: Consolidating Product and Process Information of Connections - A System-Theoretical Approach.
15: A Structured Approach for Function Based Decomposition of Complex Multi-disciplinary Systems.
16: Engineering of Manufacturing Systems.
17: Methodology for Identification of Adaptive Reusable Modules in Automated Production Systems.
18: Reverse Engineering for Manufacturing Approach: Based on the Combination of 3D and Knowledge Information.
19: A Kinematic Approach for 6-DOF Part Positioning.
20: Control Architecture for Plug-and-Play Intelligent Axes within Fast Reconfigurable Manufacturing Equipments.
21: Process Management.
22: Product Development Process Modeling: State of the Art and Classification.
23: Activity-Based Modeling and Analysis of Product Engineering Processes.
24: An Enhanced Interface Analysis Method for Engineering Change Management.
25: Optimizing Overlap between Testing and Design in Engineering Product Development Processes.
26: PLM Architectures.
27: Do(PLM)Con: An Instrument for Systematic Design of Integrated PLM-Architectures.
28: Meta-data-Model for the Development of Adaptronic Systems.
29: Web Services to Product, Processes and Resources Data Integration: Results and Perspectives of FEDMAN Project.
30: Product Lifecycle Management Functional Reference Model for Software Support.
31: Mechatronic Design.
32: Design of Reconfigurable Automotive Framing System.
33: Mechatronic Machine Elements: On Their Relevance in Cyber-Physical Systems.
34: Approach for an Early Validation of Mechatronic Systems Using Idealized Simulation Models within the Conceptual Design.
35: Design for Testability for Micro-mechatronic Systems.
36: Assembly Simulation.
37: A Reference Framework for Manual Assembly Simulation.
38: Product Assembly Information to Improve Virtual Product Development.
39: Assisted Decision-Making for Assembly Technique Selection and Geometrical Tolerance Allocation.
40: Automated DHM Modeling for Integrated Alpha-Numeric and Geometric Assembly Planning.
41: Customer and Feedback Integration.
42: 3DExperiences – Dassault Systèmes Strategy to Support New Processes in Product Development and Early Customer Involvement: A Software Tool Editor's View to Challenge the Smart Product Engineering Revolution.
43: Data Fusion and 3D Geometric Modeling from Multi-scale Sensors.
44: Exploiting Service Data of Similar Product Items for the Development of Improved Product Generations by Using Smart Input Devices.
45: Design of a Clip Product Based on Customer Needs for Playing Acoustic Music.
46: Management Approaches II.
47: Technology Roadmapping Based on Key Performance Indicators.
48: Technical Risk Management for an Ensured and Efficient Product Development on the Example of Medical Engineering.
49: A Simultaneous Engineering Approach for Free Form Bifurcated Sheet Metal Products.
50: Complexity Management in Product/Process Simultaneous Design for Implementing a Fresnel Thermodynamic Solar Plant.
51: Embodiment Design.
52: Embodiment Discrete Processing.
53: A Virtual Prototyping Approach Based on DOE Analysis to Support the Design of a Centrifugal Impeller.
54: Towards a Context-Driven Front End in New Product Development.
55: Multistate Feature Modelling of a Very Complex Design Feature.
56: Manufacturing Modeling and Simulation.
57: Virtual Validation of the Manual Assembly of a Power Electronic Unit Via Motion Capturing Connected with a Simulation Tool Using a Human Model.
58: Simulation of Variation in Assembly Forces Due to Variation in Spot Weld Position.
59: Cutting Tool Data Representation and Implementation Based on STEP AP242.
60: Assessment of Sensitivity of Numerical Simulation in Sheet Metal Forming Process Applied for Robust Design.
61: User Centered Design.
62: Analysis of Automatic Online Lead User Identification.
63: Improving Result Quality in Engineering Design By Better Linking Employee's and Task's Features.
64: Internal Innovation Communities From a User's Perspective: How to Foster Motivation for Participation.
65: Product Architecture Design.
66: Determining Granularity Level in Product Design Architecture.
67: Developing Modular Product Families with Perspectives for the Product Program.
68: A Modular Dynamic Products Platforms Design Model.
69: Early Design Stages.
70: Design Automation with the Characteristics Properties Model and Property Driven Design for Redesign.
71: The Implications of the Skin Model Concept for Computer Aided Tolerancing.
72: Can a Pre-sketching Activity Improve Idea Generation?.
73: Design of Manufacturing Systems.
74: Design Approach for an Adaptable Highly Integrated Hydraulic Feed Axis.
75: Automated Configuration of a Machine Simulation Based on a Modular Approach.
76: System Design of PLC-Controlled Specialized Production Machines.
77: Human Centered Design.
78: A New Method for Human Reliability Analysis in New Product Development.
79: Design for Usability by Ubiquitous Product Documentation.
80: Simulation in Human-Centered Design - Past, Present and Tomorrow.
81: Digital Collaboration.
82: Distance Collaboration Support Environment.
83: Technology Framework for Product Design.
84: Digital Representations of Intelligent Products: Product Avatar 2.0.
85: Design Optimization.
86: Product Evolution and Optimization Based on Gentelligent Components and Product Life Cycle Data.
87: Early Development Of Weight-Optimized Mechatronic Products.
88: Statistical Tolerance-Cost-Optimization of Systems in Motion Taking into Account Different Kinds of Deviations.
89: Design/LC Assessment.
90: Forecasting Environmental Profiles in the Early Stages of Product Development by Using an Ontological Approach.
91: Leveraging Product Development for a Sustainable Future: Energy and Resource Efficiency in Lifecycle Analysis.
92: Exploring Opportunities to Improve Life Cycle Environmental Performance of a Complex Product.
93: Product Assessment.
94: Cost-Effects of Product Modularity - An Approach to Describe Manufacturing Costs as a Function of Modularity.
95: Proposal of a Research Methodology to Increase the Robustness of the Conjoint Trends Analysis Method through Its Formalization.
96: Analyzing the Deviation of Product Value Judgment.
97: Complexity Connectivity Metrics - Predicting Assembly Times with Low Fidelity Assembly CAD Models.
98: VR Environments.
99: The Virtual Reality Lab as a Synthetic Environment: From Strategic Approach to Practical Implement.
100: A Tool Proposition to Support Multidisciplinary Convergence in Immersive Virtual Environment: Virtusketches.
101: A Visual Language for the Collaborative Visualization of Integrated Conceptual Models in Product Development Scenarios.
102: Knowledge Engineering.
103: The Right Knowledge Management Strategy for Engineering Analysis SME: A Case Study.
104: An Ontological Approach to Integrated Product and Process Knowledge Modeling for Intelligent Design Repositories.
105: Know-How Identification, Scoring, and Classifying in Product Development Processes.
106: Eco/Sustainable Design.
107: How the Integration of Environmental Concerns Modifies the Integrated Design Process.
108: Towards Integrating Sustainability in the Development of Product/Packaging Combinations.
109: Tolerance Specification Optimization for Economic and Ecological Sustainability.
110: Material Selection for Eco-design.
111: Design Process Assessment.
112: An Information Model of the Design Process for the Estimation of Product Development Effort.
113: Assessing the Relationship between New Product Development Practices and Performance in the Norwegian Manufacturing Industry.
114: An Indicator-Based Process Monitoring Cockpit for Controlling and Enhancing Product Development Processes – An Industrial Case Study.
115: VR/AR Environments.
116: A Method to Design a Smart Home Interface.
117: Virtual Reality Coupled with Adapted Physical Interface for a Better Evaluation of the Innovative Surgical Instrument.
118: Application of AR Technologies to Sheet Metal Forming in Shipbuilding.
119: Knowledge Modeling / Engineering.
120: Are Smart Products Foiling Automated Design?.
121: Management of Cost Knowledge in Product Design – Integration of Upstream and Downstream Life Cycle Phases.
122: Functional Shape Elements Integrating Design and Manufacturing Knowledge.
123: Eco Design Assistance.
124: Decision-Making Support for Sustainable Product Development.
125: Industry Requirements for an Assistant System Supporting Energy-Efficient Product Development in the Automotive Supply Industry.
126: Early System Simulation to Support EcoDesign of Vehicle Concepts.
Author Index.