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  • Al-Ashaab, Ahmed; Golob, Matic; Noriega, Paula; Torriani, Filippo; Alvarez, Pedro; Beltran, Ana; Busachi, Alessandro; Ex-Ignotis, Lambert; Rigatti, Carlotta; Sharma, Sanjiv (Cranfield University Press, 2013-09-19)
    The Configuration Optimisation of Next-Generation Aircraft (CONGA) is a proposed framework in a response industrial need to enhance the aerospace capability in the UK. In order to successfully address this challenge, a ...
  • Sundin, E.; Ölundh Sandström, G.; Lindahl, M.; Öhrwall Rönnbäck, A.; Sakao, T.; Larsson, T. C. (Cranfield University Press, 2009-04-01)
    In Sweden, there are a growing number of manufacturers that are using the approach of industrial product/service systems. This paper explores how manufacturers and university researchers have started a workshop series where ...
  • Siavash, Javadi; Jessica, Bruch; Monica, Bellgran; Peder, Hallemark (Cranfield University Press, 2013-09-19)
    A critical part of new product development projects is the industrialization process of new products which affects both time and the cost. The industrialization of new products or variants in low-volume production systems ...
  • Yadekar, Yaser; Shehab, Essam; Mehnen, Jorn (Cranfield University Press, 2013-09-19)
    The rapid growth Information systems and advanced network technologies have significant impact on enterprises around the world. Enterprises are trying to gain competitive advantage in open global markets by using the latest ...
  • Elnadi, Moustafa; Shehab, Essam; Peppard, Joe (Cranfield University Press, 2013-09-19)
    Lean thinking is claimed to be as important to services as it has been to manufacturing. However, there is yet a lack of empirical research examining the possibility of applying lean thinking in Product-Service System ...
  • Zeng, Quanren; Liu, Geng; Qin, Yi; Liu, Lan (Cranfield University Press, 2013-09-19)
    The surface texture of a machined component is influenced largely by the processing parameters used during machining and hence, there is a relationship between both the formation of the surface texture and surface integrity ...
  • Schmitt, R.; Schumacher, S.; Scharrenberg, C. (Cranfield University Press, 2009-04-01)
    Compared to industrial firms, the market share of foreign companies in the Chinese service industry is rather low. Especially western small and medium-sized service providing enterprises face different problems when they ...
  • Hasan, Syed; Shah, Satya; Gao, James X. (Cranfield University Press, 2013-09-19)
    Management use the supply chain features more frequently, as the increasing rate of product introduc-tions demands more efforts from a business to deliver new products effectively and efficiently. To produce products at ...
  • Holmes, J.; Dutt, S. (School of Water Sciences, Cranfield University, 1999-03-03)
    The complexity of the Huddersfield works and the issues addressed by the scheme design engineers are highlighted, including the need for a robust nitrification process due to the high levels of nitrification inhibition ...
  • Janthong, N.; Brissaud, D.; Butdee, S. (Cranfield University Press, 2009-03-31)
    Current market environments are volatile and unpredictable. The ability for design products to meet customer’s requirements has become critical to success. The key element to develop such products is identifying functional ...
  • Keskin, D.; Brezet, H.; Diehl, J. C. (Cranfield University Press, 2009-04-01)
    The system innovations for sustainability require changes at multiple-domains (social, cultural, institutional and technological) and multiple-levels (micro-, meso-, and macro-levels) of the socio-technological system. From ...
  • Zeng, Binxu; Salonitis, Konstantinos; Jolly, Mark R. (Cranfield University Press, 2013-09-19)
    The CRIMSON process is an alternative process to conventional casting that can be used for small to medium batch sizes. The aim of this process are to improve the casting quality and reduce the energy consumption within ...
  • Stark, R.; Krause, F. L.; Kind, C.; Rothenburg, U.; Müller, P.; Stöckert, H. (Cranfield University Press, 2009-03-31)
    Product creation is facing the next level of fundamental changes. Global demands are growing substantially to achieve energy efficient and sustainable value creation networks for products, production and services without ...
  • Meselhy, K. T.; ElMaraghy, H. A.; ElMaraghy, W. H. (Cranfield University Press, 2009-04-01)
    Failures are the primary triggers for repair and maintenance actions. A clear definition of failure events is important in order to improve maintainability and serviceability. A comprehensive complexity-based mathematical ...
  • Cascini, G.; Cugini, U.; Frillici, F. S.; Rotini, F. (Cranfield University Press, 2009-03-31)
    In a recent project the authors proposed the adoption of Optimization Systems [1] as a bridging element between Computer-Aided Innovation (CAI) and PLM to identify geometrical contradictions [2], a particular case of the ...
  • Heinicke, Matthias (Cranfield University Press, 2013-09-19)
    Considering the increasing turbulence in the markets, many companies are faced with the task of responding to changes in customer demand in a flexible and timely manner. A variety of current research projects in terms of ...
  • Sunmola, Funlade (Cranfield University Press, 2013-09-19)
    Project performance models play an important role in the management of project success. When used for monitoring projects, they can offer predictive ability such as indications of possible delivery problems. Approaches for ...
  • Le Duigou, Julien; Bernard, Alain; Perry, Nicolas; Delplace, Jean-Charles (Cranfield University Press, 2009-03-31)
    The management of the product information during its lifecycle is a strategic issue for the industry. In this paper, a constraints driven framework is proposed to create and manage the product information. The method ...
  • Schweitzer, E.; Mannweiler, C.; Aurich, J. C. (Cranfield University Press, 2009-04-01)
    Industrial Product-Service Systems (PSS) are realized within the value creation network of the PSS-provider in close cooperation with customers. Thereby, the organizational and operational structure of the value creation ...
  • Surbier, L.; Alpan, G.; Blanco, E. (Cranfield University Press, 2009-03-31)
    Firms are urged to constantly introduce new products. Hence, the New Product Development process should be mastered, especially its final phase, the production launch. This paper addresses the critical issue of the information ...

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