Strukturierung komplexer physikalischer Zusammenhänge am Beispiel tribolo-gischer Systeme

DFX 2017: Proceedings of the 28th Symposium Design for X,4-5 October 2017, Bamburg, Germany

Year: 2017
Editor: Dieter Krause, Kristin Paetzold, Sandro Wartzack
Author: Hendrik, Lembeck; Thomas, Vietor; David, Inkermann
Series: DfX
Institution: TU Braunschweig
Section: Design for X
Page(s): 324-337
ISBN: 978-3-946094-20-3-27

Abstract

The design of frictional systems is a challenging task because of the quan-tity of occurring physical effects and their interactions. During the design process it is often not transparent how changes of specific characteristics affect the behaviour of the system. As a result, there are often cost and time intensive iterations. In order to handle this complexity during the system’s design, a concept is introduced representing interactions between single ef-fects and influencing characteristics. Basic approach is to describe the behav-iour of a physical system by different elementary machines representing the different phenomena which can be observed from the working structure. Structure and usage of the model are highlighted using a tribological system as an example.

Keywords: Physical Effects, Synthesis, Design Evaluation, Physical Complex Systems, Tribology

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