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CONCEPTION OF A DIGITAL TWIN IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING – A CASE STUDY IN TECHNICAL PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT

Schweigert-Recksiek, S., Trauer, J., Engel, C., Spreitzer, K. and Zimmermann, M. // 2020

COST OPTIMIZATION OF PRODUCT FAMILIES USING SOLUTION SPACES

Rötzer, S., Thoma, D. and Zimmermann, M. // 2020

Data-Driven Engineering – Definitions and Insights from an Industrial Case Study for a New Approach in Technical Product Development

Trauer, Jakob; Schweigert-Recksiek, Sebastian; Onuma Okamoto, Luis; Spreitzer, Karsten; Mörtl, Markus; Zimmermann, Markus // 2020
Due to the evermore growing digitization in engineering, the term data-driven engineering has evolved over the last years. Yet, there is no unified definition of the term. The presented research is ...

FORCING CREATIVITY IN AGILE INNOVATION PROCESSES THROUGH ASD-INNOVATION COACHING

Albers, Albert (1); Hahn, Carsten (2); Niever, Manuel (2); Heimicke, Jonas (1); Marthaler, Florian (1); Spadinger, Markus (1) // 2020
The challenge to handle uncertainties as well as a rapidly changing and challenging environment in product development is increasingly faced by implementing agile approaches and creativity methods ...

General Approach to support Modelling of Data and Information Flows in Product Development

Mehlstäubl, Jan; Atzberger, Alexander; Paetzold, Kristin // 2020
The efficient coordination of data and information is an important leaver for shorter development times and greater competitiveness. In this paper, a methodical approach for detailed and ...

Learning from Own Mistakes – A Comparative Study of Student Design Projects Working with Different Learning Approaches

VOß, Markus (1); BOZKURT, Hulusi (1); SAUER, Thorsten (2); NUTZMANN, Marc (2) // 2020
In previous work the authors have studied intensively in how far it is important for the learning process that Engineering Design students do not just plan products but also get the opportunity to ...

Learning to Design in a Serious Game

VOß, Markus (1); BOZKURT, Hulusi (1); SAUER, Thorsten (2); NUTZMANN, Marc (2) // 2020
The paper describes, discusses and reflects how a second year Engineering Design project in a Mechanical Engineering bachelor’s programme has been 'gamified' by introducing 'playful' elements into ...

Methode zur gezielten Identifikation von Marktunsicherheiten zur Unterstützung der Zielsystementstehung

Zimmermann, Valentin; Prinz, Rudi; Albers, Albert; // 2020
Product development and the associated processes are charac-terized by uncertainties. Thus, the elements of the system of ob-jectives are also subject to uncertainties, which influence the product, ...

Model Based Early-Stage Assessment for Modular New Product Development

Küchenhof, Jan; Seiler, Florian; Krause, Dieter // 2020
Higher market dynamics and lower product life cycles lead to an increasing demand in new products which makes changes necessary. Therefore, firms need to comply with technological as well as customer ...

NEW INSIGHTS ON INDUSTRY DEVELOPMENT PROCESSES THROUGH ENGINEERING DESIGN STUDENTS’ ANALYSIS

Nutzmann, Marc (1); Voß, Markus (2); Sauer, Thorsten (1); Bozkurt, Hulusi (2); BÖHNLEIN, Tobias (1) // 2020
At the DHBW Cooperative State University engineering design students are encountered with a course on systematic approaches and processes (e.g. time to market process, integrated engineering ...

On the Treatment of Equality Constraints in Mechanical Systems Design Subject to Uncertainty

Stumpf, Julian; Naumann, Thomas; Vogt, Marc Eric; Duddeck, Fabian; Zimmermann, Markus // 2020
In early phases of product development, uncertainty may be treated by a set-based design method relying on so-called solution spaces. In this approach, all relevant system requirements are used to ...

Optimizing Distributed Design Processes for Flexibility and Cost

Daub, Marco; Wöhr, Ferdinand; Zimmermann, Markus // 2020
This paper considers three different modes of design work that is distributed over several design parties: independent design (in parallel, no design interactions, sub-system requirements), dependent ...

Planning & Tracking the Changes - Matrix Mapping of Modular Product Family Generations

Küchenhof, Jan; Schwede, Lea-Nadine; Krause, Dieter // 2020
In this paper, the handling of different product family generations is methodically supported. In order to prepare low internal complexity for offering future product variants, Design for Variety and ...

Prototyping With A Team: Acting Machines Support Shared Understanding

van der Helm, Aadjan; Stappers, Pieter Jan // 2020
It is a great challenge for design students to learn to work with interaction and interactive technology. They need learn about interactive prototypes as well as many other things, and within a ...

Redesigning a Jade Design Course through integration of Three-Dimensional Technology

Wang, Manqian; Kim, Eunyoung; Man, Yang // 2020
The jade design course is a typical oriental course in undergraduate program for design major. The course has focused on how to combine traditional jade culture with fashion to contribute the ...

Sequencing of Information in Modular Model-based Systems Design

Rötzer, Sebastian; Rostan, Nicky; Steger, Hans Christian; Vogel-Heuser, Birgit; Zimmermann, Markus // 2020
Multi-disciplinary design of complex systems is characterized by many inter-dependencies between components. Therefore, adjusting their properties appropriately to satisfy all system requirements is ...

SIMULATION OF GRADIENT-BASED INDIVIDUAL DESIGN BEHAVIOUR IN DISTRIBUTED DEVELOPMENT PROCESSES

Wöhr, F., Stanglmeier, M., Königs, S. and Zimmermann, M. // 2020

WHAT IS A DIGITAL TWIN? – DEFINITIONS AND INSIGHTS FROM AN INDUSTRIAL CASE STUDY IN TECHNICAL PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT

Trauer, J., Schweigert-Recksiek, S., Engel, C., Spreitzer, K. and Zimmermann, M. // 2020

A DESIGN INNOVATION FRAMEWORK RESEARCH IN THE CONTEXT OF SOCIAL REGENERATION

WU, DUAN (1); MA, YUHONG (1); WANG, JIPING (3); XU, JIE (2) // 2019
Social regeneration is an intricate field that calls for interdisciplinary knowledge to fulfill the ever-changing trends and an arbitrary sequence of demands. Ostensibly, involved in “reshaping” the ...

A digitized approach to reduce assembly conflicts during aircraft cabin conversions

Fabian Laukotka; Jan Oltmann; Dieter Krause // 2019
Aircrafts are fitted with a new cabin every five to seven years. Because each individual aircraft is slightly modified during its life span. detailed infor-mation to be used during the design of the ...

A Systematic Approach to Model Objectives in Predevelopment Projects

Richter, Thilo Oliver; Albers, Albert; Gesk, Johannes Willi; Witt, Jan-Hendrik // 2019
This contribution presents a systematic for the elicitation of objectives and the utilization of objectives to identify reference products. The systematic is based on existing meta models. The model ...

ACQUIRING DESIGN LANGUAGE: CREATIVITY OF EXPERIMENTAL INK SEMANTICS CONVERSION IN DESIGN EDUCATION

Du, Bo (1,2); Nagai, Yukari (1); Kim, Eunyoung (1); Yuizono, Takaya (1); Wang, Manqian (2) // 2019
Design requires a heterogeneous mixture of culture and linguistics and is a tool for visual communication. The charm of language is mainly reflected in the accuracy and uniqueness way through which ...

Agile Development of a Microtiter Plate in an Interdisciplinary Project Team

Goevert, Kristin; Schweigert-Recksiek, Sebastian; Tariq, Bilal; Krischer, Lukas; Lindemann, Udo // 2019
The industry is currently changing rapidly. Both customers and employees are focusing much more on their own needs. On the one hand, this requires individualized products and, on the other hand, ...

Approaching Knowledge Dynamics Across the Product Development Process with Methods of Social Research

Wang, Wei Min; M // 2019
Knowledge is a crucial factor in state-of-the-art product development. It is often provided by stakeholders from divers disciplinary and individual backgrounds and has to be integrated to create ...

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