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An Initial Approach for the Application of Product Assembly Information in the Early Phases of the Product Development Process by Using Methods of Model Based Systems Engineering

An Initial Approach for the Application of Product Assembly Information in the Early Phases of the Product Development Process by Using Methods of Model Based Systems Engineering

Year: 2014

Section: Tools, methods and approaches in product development

Editor: Miko Laakso, Kalevi Ekman

Author: Martin Eigner, Joscha Ernst, Daniil Roubanov, Thomas Dickopf

Series: NordDESIGN

Institution: University of Kaiserslautern, Germany

Section: Tools, methods and approaches in product development

Pages: 724-733

ISBN: 978-1-904670-58-2

Abstract

In this paper an initial approach is presented that supports the exchange of assembly-related information between design and assembly planning even before the geometry of the individual parts will be developed. For this purpose the concept of Product Assembly Information (PAI), as a method for an early time estimation, is transferred to the logical level of Model Based Systems Engineering (MBSE). To demonstrate the proposed method the paper focuses on expanding existing modeling constructs by relevant behavior elements capturing assembly relevant information.

Keywords: Model based systems engineering, product assembly information, product development process, system lifecycle management

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In the area of innovation, design and product development we quite often seem to know that something works in practice, but might lack understanding on the theoretical foundations. Many of the topical issues related to design, development, and innovation that seem to be regarded as “common knowledge” within the industry, are insufficiently founded from the theoretical perspective. On the other hand, results of academic research are often insufficiently disseminated to the industry. We are calling...

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