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|Document Type: ||Conference paper|
|Title: ||A TRIZ Based Methodology for the Analysis of the Coupling Problems in Complex Engineering Design|
|Authors: ||Fei, G.|
Gao, James X.
Tang, X. Q.
|Issue Date: ||31-Mar-2009|
|Citation: ||G. Fei, J. Gao, X.Q. Tang, A TRIZ Based Methodology for the Analysis of the Coupling Problems in Complex Engineering Design, Proceedings of the 19th CIRP Design Conference – Competitive Design, Cranfield University, 30-31 March 2009, pp285|
|Abstract: ||Conceptual design is a critical and innovative stage in engineering product and system design. In the
conceptual design process, it would be ideal if all functional requirements are maintained independently
according to the law of Axiomatic Design theory. However, in practice, especially in complex engineering
product and system design, more often the requirements are not independent (or coupled), and this makes
conceptual design more difficult. In this paper, a coupling analysis methodology, framework and related
techniques are proposed which integrate axiomatic design with the theory of inventive problem solving (TRIZ),
in order to identify and analyse the coupling problems existing in conceptual design. An illustrative example is
|Appears in Collections:||Proceedings of the 19th CIRP Design Conference – Competitive Design, 30-31 March 2009|
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