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Handlungsempfehlungen für die Produktentwicklung nicht-idealer bewegter technischer Systeme

Handlungsempfehlungen für die Produktentwicklung nicht-idealer bewegter technischer Systeme

Year: 2011

Section: Robust Design

Editor: Krause, D.; Paetzold, K.; Wartzack, S.

Author: Michael Walter und Sandro Wartzack

Section: Robust Design

Pages: 171-182

Abstract

The success of a product’s development is essentially affected by its functionality. So the product developer has to ensure the functionality as early as possible. In the case of a non-ideal system a tolerance analysis is performed to analyze the effect of deviations, deformations etc. on a functional key characteristic. However, the product developer has to draw the right conclusions based on the results of the tolerance analysis. In this paper an approach (using Taguchi’s quality loss function) is presented that enables the product developer to analyze these results and to deduce appropriate measures to ensure the functionality by achieving a more robust design.

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The DFX Symposia have a track record that dates back to 1990. Since their existence the symposia have been closely connected to WDK (Workshop Design-Konstruktion) and the Design Society which emerged from WDK. After having been organised 20 times by Prof. Harald Meerkamm (Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nürnberg), in 2010 a new team has taken over: The symposia will be organised by Prof. Dieter Krause (Hamburg-Harburg University of Technology), Prof. Sandro Wartzack (Friedrich-Alexander...

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