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Modellierung und Prognose von Entwicklungs- und Recyclingkosten in frühen Entwicklungsphasen

Modellierung und Prognose von Entwicklungs- und Recyclingkosten in frühen Entwicklungsphasen

Year: 2011

Section: Design for Cost und Leichtbau

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

Author: David Hellenbrand, Maximilian Kissel, Jonathan Rohloff und Udo Lindemann

Section: Design for Cost und Leichtbau

Pages: 183-194

Abstract

Due to a rising number of variants and a decreasing number of sold items per unit indirect costs like development or recycling costs gain more importance. Existing cost estimation approaches do not deal with the challenges of high uncertainty in early phases of PD in an appropriate way. Therefore, a method to model, estimate and analyse different kinds of costs is presented. This method is based on existing process costing approaches and combines them with a statistical simulation to deal with uncertainties and the high level of complexity. The method can be used within target costing to define cost goals, continuous cost calculation during the process as well as documentation and controlling of estimated and actual costs.

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ds endorsed workshopDFX 2011 - 22nd Symposium on Design for X

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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