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Strukturierung komplexer physikalischer Zusammenhänge am Beispiel tribolo-gischer Systeme

Strukturierung komplexer physikalischer Zusammenhänge am Beispiel tribolo-gischer Systeme

Year: 2017

Section: Design for X

Editor: Dieter Krause, Kristin Paetzold, Sandro Wartzack

Author: Hendrik Lembeck, Thomas Vietor, David Inkermann

Series: DfX

Institution: TU Braunschweig

Section: Design for X

Pages: 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

ds endorsed conferenceDFX 2017 28th SYMPOSIUM DESIGN FOR X, Bamberg, GER, 04-05 OCTOBER, 2017

DFX 2017 28th SYMPOSIUM DESIGN FOR X, Bamberg, GER, 04-05 OCTOBER, 2017The “Symposium Design for X” will be held at the Welcome Kongresshotel, Bamberg, Germany on 4 – 5 October 2017. The annual event provides a platform to young postgraduates to present and discuss their new approaches in the field of product development. Industry professionals and professors will enrich these discussions with their manifold experience. This year's symposium will be hosted by Prof. Sandro Wartzack, head of the chair of engineering design (KTmfk) at the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg....

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