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Numerical Simulation to Study the Influence of the Thickness of Canopy at a Bird Strike

Leski, A.; Baraniecki, R.; Malachowski, J. // 2002
The paper has been intended to present some considerations on how to determine the relationship between thickness of an aircraft canopy and stress tension during a collision with a bird. The finite ...

Office Furniture Design According to a Human Anthropometric Data

Ivelic, Ž.; Grbac, I.; Ljuljka, B.; Tkalec, S. // 2002
If the design of the office furniture does not follow ergonomic principles, and if there is lack of exercises or relaxation during working hours, it is possible that various forms of physical ...

Overview of the Initiatives on the Development of Designer's Toolkits

Vroom, R. W.; van Haarlem, L. F.; Ootes, F. P. A. // 2002
We investigated the initiatives on the development of designer’s toolkits by a literature search. To categorize the tools for the different design phases we use a design model. Also an historical ...

Potentialites of Application of the Emerging Systems Engineering Standard AP233

Düsing, C. // 2002
Nowadays „systems engineering“ is a discipline which is mainly employed in the domains of aerospace and aeronautics. Nevertheless, this discipline is also applicable to other domains. One of the ...

Product Development On The Fast Track

Burchardt, C.; Göttsch, N. // 2002
Product lifecycle management (PLM) focuses on the efficient utilization of existing know-how and resources. The challenges faced by car manufacturers are by no means new: They need to introduce ...

Simulation on Multiple Dimensions for the Evaluation of New Designs. A Practical Experience

Guirado, R.; Bienvenido, J. F.; Flores-Parra, I. M. // 2002
Our application problem is the study of the radiation, by simulation, into several greenhouse structures typologies. One of our initial decisions was using the most specific tools. We used a ...

The Innovation-Styling Spectrum: Factors Constraining the Design Ambition of UK SMEs

Moultrie, J.; Fraser, P.; Clarkson, P. J. // 2002
This paper describes the development of a framework depicting a spectrum of approaches to managing industrial design. This framework is based on literature and case examples, and four representative ...

Vehicle Dynamics Simulation Part 2: Presenting the Simulated Vehicle Dynamics in Virtual 3D Environment

Ambrož, M.; Ciglarič, I.; Prebil, I. // 2002
Results of simulations done by mathematical models of driving dynamics have to be presented in a clear and appealing way. One possibility of this is presentation by animation in virtual 3D ...

SPECIFYING RELATIONSHIPS IN PRODUCT FAMILIES TO ENABLE STEP-BASED IMPLEMENTATIONS

McKay, Alison; de Pennington, Alan // 1998
If companies are to gain advantage from adopting STEP (STandard for the Exchange of Product model data [ISO303]) then the gap between the application context of an Application Protocol (AP) and the ...

A FRAMEWORK FOR THE CHARACTERIZATION OF PRODUCT STRUCTURES

McKay, Alison // 1997
The integration of the multiple product structures that typically ()u.:ur in a busi­ness process is one way in which the business process itself may be enhanced. As with the integration of ...

MODELLING PLANT PIPING PROJECT

Pulkkinen, Antti; Vainio-Mattila, Markus; Riitahuhta, Asko // 1997
Piping project is an uncertainty factor in power plant project. The current methods used in estimating costs in tendering phase are unreliable. The methods used for­modelling piping engineering are ...

MODULARITY IN PRODUCT DESIGN

Pels, Henk Jan // 1997
The market requires increasing product variety and flexibility: the ability for fast response to new customer needs. There are several ways to realise this:
• concurrent engineering: short product ...

OPTIMISATION OF THE PROCESS CHAIN BY SLECTING THE MOST SUITABLE CONSTRUCTION STRUCTURE AND DESIGN FOR PRODUCTION OF THE COMPONENTS

Wartzack, Sandro // 1997
Time reduction of the product development process, because of growing competitive pressure, has an increased importance today. This paper presents a strategy how to shorten the process chain by ...

PRODUCT STRUCTURING IN A NUMBER OF DUTCH COMPANIES

Tichem, Marcel // 1997
This contribution provides a summary of a number of talks with Dutch companies on product structuring. Some of the issues are: the close interrelationship between the design interpretation of product ...

RE-USE OF PRODUCT MODEL THROUGH LIFE-CYCLE STAGES

Ranta, Mervi; Mäntylä, Martti // 1997
This paper discusses the requirements on product model presentations that are suitable for reuse. The aim is to define promising directions for future research by recognizing how the characteristics ...

RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN CONFIGURATION MANAGEMENT AND PRODUCT STRUCTURES

Yu, Bei // 1997
In general, the process of managing configuration consistency is regarded as a set of problem¬solving methods which could work without • concerning product structures. Nonetheless, product ...

REQUIREMENTS OF COMPUTER-BASED MODELLING AND MANAGEMENT FOR PRODUCT KNOWLEDGE EVOLUTION SUPPORT

Zhang, Yan; Duffy, Alex; MacCallum, Ken // 1997
Product knowledge is the knowledge of products concerned with the nature of the products. Product knowledge can be classified into the current product knowledge, that is the knowledge of the product ...

THE ROLE OF INFORMATION STRUCTURES IN DESIGN AND ENGINEERING PROCESSES

Eric Lutters, A. H.; Streppel, Huub Kals // 1997
Manufacturing tasks and their mutual interactions can be described based on a reference model. A specific model, the Manufacturing Engineering Reference Model, is described here, and using the model ...

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