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Development of a Product Platform for Ship Locks Using DSM Methods

Knippenberg, S.C.M. (1); Etman, L.F.P. (1); Rooda, J.E. (1); Houwing, E.J. (2); Vogel, J.A. (2) // 2019
During the coming decades, a significant number of ship locks in the Netherlands is due for replacement or renovation. In this respect, Rijkswaterstaat (RWS), the executive branch of the Dutch ...

Distinction of Domain-Specific and Cross-Domain Linkage Types for Engineering Change Management

Wilms, Robert (1,2); Inkermann, David (1); Cemmasson, Vadym Finn (1); Reik, Michael (2); Vietor, Thomas (1) // 2019
Engineering Changes (ECs) are substantial elements of the design process of technical products and are in particular relevant for companies due to enormous additional costs and time delays they can ...

Doing it right - critical success factors for design thinking implementation

De Paula, Danielly (1,2); Dobrigkeit, Franziska (2); Cormican, Kathryn (1) // 2019
Proficiency in design thinking (DT) can contribute to the success of many companies. Successful implementation of DT can be achieved by identifying its Critical Success Factors (CSFs). Critical ...

Early Stage Digital Twins for Early Stage Engineering Design

Jones, David Edward; Snider, Chris; Kent, Lee; Hicks, Ben // 2019
While extensive modelling - both physical and virtual - is imperative to develop right-first-time products, the parallel use of virtual and physical models gives rise to two interrelated issues: the ...

Early-Career Engineers' Perceptions Of Support For Innovation At The Workplace - What Seems To Matter

Simon, Patrick (1); Bj // 2019
Previous research has shown the importance of contextual factors for increasing employee innovativeness, but to effectively support innovative behavior, we need to also understand what forms of ...

Effective Innovation Implementation of Mechatronic Product-Service Systems considering Socio-Technical Aspects

Koltun, Gennadiy Dmitrovic (1); Romero Viturro, Carlos Alberto (2); Buchholz, Johan (1); Wissel, Juliane (1); Zaggl, Michael (1); Ocker, Felix (1); Vogel-Heuser, Birgit (1) // 2019
It is estimated that about half of all innovations, such as innovations in mechatronic product-service systems (PSS), fail to deliver the expected benefits to the adopting organization. Different ...

Empirical study of car crash simulation analysis within the development phase

Fatfouta, Naouress (1,2); Stal-Le Cardinal, Julie (1); Royer, Christine (2) // 2019
Car crash simulation analysis is an important phase within the vehicle development. It intends to analyse the crashworthiness of the vehicle model and examine the level of passive security. However, ...

Entwicklung eines Produktarchitekturmodells zur Ableitung modularer Produktstrukturen

Jan Küchenhof; Dieter Krause // 2019
Modularization can help shorten product development lead-times. enable customer-oriented product differentiation. enable economies of scale through commonality and economies of scope such as ...

From Tinkering Methods to Design Thinking: Primordial Thoughts in Design Research

Menezes, Jean Henrique de Oliveira // 2019
Design thinking as explored by Bernard Roth from the Stanford d.School, Roger Martin from the Rothman School of Management, and the IDEO merger trio by Tom and David Kelley, as well as current its ...

From Visualizations to Matrices – Methodical support for New Development of Modular Product Families

Küchenhof, Jan; Schwede, Lea-Nadine; Hanna, Michael; Krause, Dieter // 2019
The application of modularization approaches is mostly carried out on existing product families where the database is rich and can be used for further structuring and optimization. Methods for ...

Functional Safety Concept Generation Within the Process of Preliminary Design of Automated Driving Functions at the Example of an Unmanned Protective Vehicle

Graubohm, Robert; Stolte, Torben; Bagschik, Gerrit; Steimle, Markus; Maurer, Markus // 2019
Structuring the early design phase of automotive systems is an important part of efficient and successful development processes. Today, safety considerations (e.g., the safety life cycle of ISO ...

Functional Trade-offs in the Mechanical Design of Integrated Products - Impact on Robustness and Optimisability

Sigurdarson, N // 2019
It is generally accepted in industry and academia that trade-offs between functional design objectives are an inevitable factor in the development of mechanical systems. These trade-offs can have a ...

Functorial Model Management

Breiner, Spencer (1); Pollard, Blake (1,2); Subrahmanian, Eswaran (1,2) // 2019
In this paper we use formal tools from category theory to develop a foundation for creating and managing models in systems where knowledge is distributed across multiple representations and formats. ...

Game-Based Learning of Knowledge Reuse in Engineering Education

Stenholm, Daniel; Bergsj // 2019
This paper presents an educational game fostering a new experience-based approach to teaching knowledge transfer using a codification strategy alone. The goal is to address and highlight some common ...

How A Better Understanding Of Relation Can Increase Responsibility Between Stakeholders?

Bolifraud, Sylvain; Stal-Le Cardinal, Julie // 2019
Construction projects are complex and subject to a lot of conflicts. The misunderstanding between actors is one cause of these conflicts. To understand actor?s interrelation is fundamental.

In this ...

Implementation of parameterized work piece deviations and measurement uncertainties into performant meta-models for an improved tolerance specification

Mller, Andreas Michael (1); Oberleiter, Thomas (2); Willner, Kai (2); Hausotte, Tino (1) // 2019
Geometrical work piece deviations are unavoidable and directly affect the function and quality of

technological products. Tolerance management is regarded as a crucial subtask of the development ...

Improvement of collaboration between testing and simulation departments on the example of a motorcycle manufacturer

Sch // 2019
In testing and simulation departments in product development (PD) data types, data structures and data storage are often very different. Exchange of data and information is normally not automated and ...

Inconsistency management in heterogeneous models - an approach for the identification of model dependencies and potential inconsistencies

Kattner, Niklas; Bauer, Harald; Basirati, Mohammad R.; Zou, Minjie; Brandl, Felix; Vogel-Heuser, Birgit; B // 2019
In today?s engineering projects, interdisciplinary work leads to an increase in interfaces between different departments and domains. As each stakeholder pursues different goals and tasks, a ...

INDUSTRIAL DESIGN EXECUTION & ACADEMIC REFLECTION IN A THREE-WEEK-PACKAGE

Tollestrup, Christian // 2019
One of the structural challenges of educating industrial designers in a university setting is the bridging the gap between the rigor of science in academia and the execution oriented practice. In ...

Influence of Information Collection Strategy on Designer?s Mental Stress

Zhao, Mengting; Zeng, Yong // 2019
Information collection may affect the design quality and designer's performance through changing the structure of information and the way how information is searched and organized. Based on the ...

innovative design in factory - new methods to go from closed to expandable prescriptions at the shop floor level

Harl // 2019
This paper explores the question of the design activity at the shop floor level. The design activity has been confined for a large part in the design and the methods office. However, a certain form ...

Innovative Design Within Tradition - Injecting Topos Structures In C-K Theory To Model Culinary Creation Heritage

Hatchuel, Armand; Le Masson, Pascal; Weil, Benoit; Carvajal-Perez, Daniel // 2019
In "Grande cuisine? creation and tradition co-evolve in a rich number of ways. Great chefs still use recipes from the 19th century and may also reinvent gastronomy itself. The creation heritage of ...

INNOWIZ: DESIGN SPRINTING FOR SECONDARY SCHOOLS

Willems, Laura; Laperre, Dries // 2019
INNOWIZ (innovation wizard) is an easy to learn creativity method that on one hand helps chaotic people to find structure and deliver on time, and on the other hand helps structured people to ...

Integrating The Mechanical Domain Into Seed Approach

Dworschak, Fabian; K // 2019
Data-driven technologies have found their way into all areas of engineering. In product development they can accelerate the customization to individualized requirements. Therefore, they need a ...

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