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In this article, we propose a concurrent design methodology that employs physics-based high fidelity computational models together with analysis methods to predict the performance of complex opto-mechanical systems. For this purpose, we developed a web-based collaborative design and modeling...
Mathematical models are developed using the maximum expected payoff method to determine the value of organizational structures. An information modeling approach is used to study the value added by lateral information sharing and intensity of interaction to a functional hierarchy for new product...
In the manufacturing industry, they are using various concepts and solutions in order to reduce time and costs in the product development. This article introduces an approach that enables Virtual Engineering and links engineering applications with Virtual Reality (VR) solutions. Thus an...
The reusability of design processes modeled in existing Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) and Computer Aided Engineering (CAE) frameworks has been limited to the level of flow charts or activity-based diagrams that serve as planning and organizational aids. Current simulation-based design...
This paper presents a quantifying and reordering method for new product development based on the concurrent engineering concept. We propose to establish a fuzzy design structure matrix (FDSM) by quantifying the information flow of activity factors of new product development and employing the...
The Concurrent engineering process is characterized by executing a large number of interdependent project tasks. One effective way of managing such tasks is to decompose them into groups. However, not all tasks are decomposable. Without the need to apply a decomposition method, this paper...
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