Proceedings of the 19th CIRP Design Conference – Competitive Design, 30-31 March 2009

Proceedings of the 19th CIRP Design Conference – Competitive Design, 30-31 March 2009

 

Editors: Rajkumar Roy and Essam Shehab
Organised by: Cranfield University
Sponsored by: Mori Seiki – The Machine Tool Company
ISBN: 978-0-9557436-4-1

Recent Submissions

  • Hiekata, K.; Yamato, H. (Cranfield University Press, 2009-03-31)
    A method to describe process and knowledge based on RDF which is an ontology description language and IDEF0 which is a formal process description format is proposed. Once knowledge of experienced engineers is embedded ...
  • 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 ...
  • Su, D.; Casamayor, J. (Cranfield University Press, 2009-03-31)
    To meet the demand of online collaborative design, a Web-based Collaborative Working Environment (CWE) has been developed. An approach to enhance sustainable furniture design by utilizing the CWE is proposed. In this ...
  • Rose, B.; Robin, V.; Sperandio, S. (Cranfield University Press, 2009-03-31)
    Collaboration is an essential factor of the design activities performance. This collaboration occurs between actors suited with varied expertises, coming from various trades and thus building a real network around the ...
  • Stechert, C.; Franke, H. J. (Cranfield University Press, 2009-03-31)
    Multidisciplinary product development in collaborative networks is a typical working condition for nowadays engineers. After describing the main deficits and dangers of such development situations a modelling approach ...
  • Zouggar, S.; Zolghadri, M.; Girard, P. (Cranfield University Press, 2009-03-31)
    This paper explores mutual dependencies between partners of a New Product Design (NPD) project during the realization phase. It highlights bidirectional influences between components and partners. Linking product and ...
  • Weiss, Z.; Konieczny, R.; Diakun, J.; Grajewski, D.; Kowalski, M. (Cranfield University Press, 2009-03-31)
    The modern design process forces the tight integration of processes connected with the development of the product. All the steps of the design process are based on geometrical models created in CAD systems. The geometry ...
  • Rojas-Salgado, A. A.; Ledezma-Rubio, Y. A. (Cranfield University Press, 2009-03-31)
    In most existing studies, the solutions of planar parallel manipulators are restricted to a feasible region of solution. This research provides an optimal solution in link dimension of planar parallel manipulators to a ...
  • Feldhusen, J.; Nagarajah, A. (Cranfield University Press, 2009-03-31)
    This paper describes an approach to apply Artificial Neural Network (ANN) to support the developer to optimize the conceptual design of Adaptable Product Development. The ANN learn from the previously mapping between the ...
  • Azene, Y. T.; Roy, Rajkumar; Farrugia, Didier; Onisa, C.; Mehnen, Jorn; Trautmann, H. (Cranfield University Press, 2009-03-31)
    The paper presents a framework to optimise the design of work roll based on the cooling performance. The framework develops Meta models from a set of Finite Element Analysis (FEA) of the roll cooling. A design of experiment ...
  • van Beek, T. J.; Tomiyama, Tetsuo (Cranfield University Press, 2009-03-31)
    The main contribution of this paper lies in the observations done in industry resulting in an approach of integrating the Function-Behaviour-State (FBS) model with user workflow and interface models to create complex ...
  • Goteng, Gokop; Tiwari, Ashutosh; Roy, Rajkumar (Cranfield University Press, 2009-03-31)
    The emerging grid technology is defined as an infrastructure for secure and coordinated large-scale resource sharing. In this paper, we describe the architecture and grid services of DECGrid. DECGrid enables distributed ...
  • Stroble, J. K.; Stone, R. B.; McAdams, D. A.; Goeke, M. S.; Watkins, S. E. (Cranfield University Press, 2009-03-31)
    Biological inspiration for engineering design has occurred through a variety of techniques such as creation and use of databases, keyword searches of biological information in natural-language format, prior knowledge of ...
  • van Tooren, M. J. L.; van der Elst, S. W. G.; Vermeulen, B. (Cranfield University Press, 2009-03-31)
    The next stage in product development process evolution should be the automation of labour intensive repetitive steps. The design automation strategy should follow the trend of the supply chain management approach and ...
  • Politze, D. P.; Dierssen, S. (Cranfield University Press, 2009-03-31)
    Today‘s customers request product functions and not components. A specific, modular description of the product functions and how they are realized becomes widely accepted to track how a product function is realized and ...
  • Pandremenos, J.; Chryssolouris, G. (Cranfield University Press, 2009-03-31)
    The paper deals with modular design architecture and its capabilities for easy and fast customization in products. The basic principles of modularity are mentioned and the most known methodologies and tools for modular ...
  • Messnarz, R.; Spork, G.; Riel, A.; Tichkiewitch, S. (Cranfield University Press, 2009-03-31)
    This paper shows that learning strategies and a structured approach to turn organisations into learning organisms have a major influence on the success of engineering programs in general, and on integrated design activities ...
  • 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 ...
  • Toussaint, L.; Gomes, S.; Sagot, J. C. (Cranfield University Press, 2009-03-31)
    Out of 100 hours of engineering work, only 20 are dedicated to real engineering and 80 are spent on what is considered routine work. To accelerate these routine processes, our research is based on methods and tools to ...
  • Robin, V.; Brunel, S.; Zolghadri, M.; Girard, P. (Cranfield University Press, 2009-03-31)
    In the extended enterprise context, many stakeholders act on the product during all its lifecycle. They influence the product development and managers have to be able to control all the activities and their interactions ...

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