By Frank Neumann
Frank Neumann makes a speciality of setting up a theoretical foundation that permits an outline of the interaction among person and collective approaches in product improvement. For this function, he introduces the built-in descriptive version of data production because the first constituent of his learn framework. As a moment a part of the examine framework, an research and modeling approach is proposed that captures a number of the wisdom conversion actions defined via the built-in descriptive version of information production. hence, this examine framework is utilized to the research of information features of mechatronic product improvement (MPD). ultimately, the implications won from the former steps are used inside of a layout aid approach that goals at federating the data and information assets inside the types released within the quite a few improvement actions of MPD.
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Multiple AMS linked through information flows build up the third hierarchy level – they form a so-called networked mechatronic system (NMS). Here, the information processing of the NMS realizes coordination tasks for the AMS and NMS comprising this level (Krause, Franke, et al. 2007). g. incoming transport jobs, dispatches them to the available transport robots, and keeps track of the fulfillment of these tasks. 1 Characteristics and Definition In the context of purely mechanical products, the term “design” or more precisely “engineering design“ covers all engineering activities targeting the development of technical systems and products, starting from a task definition, going over the elaboration of the information required for the production and usage of the product, and finally leading to the product documentation (VDI 1993).
7). In general, two categories of approaches for the design of such domain-spanning models may be distinguished: (a) Multi-domain modeling approaches (Krause, Franke, et al. 2007) based on: i. g. practiced in MATLAB/Simulink ii. g. Modelica (Andersson 1994) iii. Knowledge-based modeling: This modeling approach aims at explicitly including design knowledge and supporting the design process by context-sensitive mechanisms that supply the needed design knowledge (Bludau and Welp 2001) iv. Semantic modeling: Enrichment of models with semantic information in order to improve the capturing and provision of knowledge (Welp, Labenda, et al.
1 VDI Guideline 2206 The VDI guideline 2206 “Design Methodology for Mechatronic Systems” aims at filling the gaps left by the older VDI guidelines 2221 and 2422. These guidelines, dating back to the early 1990s when MPD had a comparatively lower importance than today, address the specific needs of interdisciplinary product development only partially. Likewise, they could not take into account the results of the intensified Mechatronics-oriented research in the 1990s and thereafter (Gausemeier and Möhringer 2003).
Analyzing and Modeling Interdisciplinary Product Development: A Framework for the Analysis of Knowledge Characteristics and Design Support by Frank Neumann