INTEGRATION OF DESIGN METHODS FOR THE PRODUCT GENERATION DEVELOPMENT OF ELECTRIC ENERGY STORAGE SYSTEMS
This paper presents an application and interconnection of design methods for the development of product generations in the context of Electric Energy Storage Systems (EESS). For this purpose a SysML model of the predecessor generation in a specific use case (pole side impact) is modeled using the Contact & Channel Method. In the presented case study this model serves as basis for an approach to prepare a topology optimization by calculating impact values and analyzing the available space. Therefore the identification of new concepts for lightweight system design and embodiment is facilitated.