Design process knowledge reuse challenges and issues

Show simple item record Baxter, David - Gao, X. - Roy, Rajkumar - 2011-03-29T23:08:07Z 2011-03-29T23:08:07Z 2008-01-01T00:00:00Z -
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dc.description.abstract Product knowledge support needs are compared in two companies with different production volumes and product complexity. Knowledge support requirements identified include: function, performance data, requirements data, common parts, regulatory guidelines and layout data. A process based data driven knowledge reuse method is evaluated in light of the identified product knowledge needs. The evaluation takes place through developing a pilot case with each company. It is found that the method provides more benefit to the high complexity design domain, in which a significant amount of work takes place at the conceptual design stages, relying on a conceptual product representation. There is not such a clear value proposition in a design environment whose main challenge is layout design and the application of standard parts and features. The method supports the requirement for conceptual product representation but does not fully support a standard parts library. en_UK
dc.language.iso en_UK en_UK
dc.publisher Cad Solutions en_UK
dc.title Design process knowledge reuse challenges and issues en_UK
dc.type Article en_UK

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