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Gabriel Hernandez, Timothy W. Simpson, Janet K. Allen, Eduardo Bascaran, Luis F. Avila, Fabian Salinas
Proc. ASME. DETC98, Volume 2: 24th Design Automation Conference, V002T02A065, September 13–16, 1998
Paper No: DETC98/DAC-5595
... to illustrate h. : Robust design, product families, design for , make-to-order systems ATURE a of Heat Exchange orber orber tube of type i regated Product portional factor in burden cost estimation Labor Labor Hours L Tube Length LT Normalized Tube Length M Target Na Number of Tubes of the Absorber Ne Number...
Proc. ASME. DETC99, Volume 3: 11th International Conference on Design Theory and Methodology, 199-210, September 12–16, 1999
Paper No: DETC99/DTM-8761
...Proceedings of DETC99 1999 ASME Design Engineering Technical Conferences September 12-15,1999, Las Vegas, Nevada DETC99/DTM-8761 A PRODUCT PLATFORM CONCEPT EXPLORATION METHOD FOR PRODUCT FAMILY DESIGN Timothy W. Simpson Departments of Mechanical Engineering and Industrial & Manufacturing...
Proc. ASME. IDETC-CIE2000, Volume 2: 26th Design Automation Conference, 689-699, September 10–13, 2000
Paper No: DETC2000/DAC-14252
... reviewing the state of the art in product family and product platform design, we describe the Product Platform Concept Exploration Method (PPCEM) for designing common product platforms that can be scaled or “stretched” into a suitable family of products. This paper extends previous work by the authors...
Proc. ASME. IDETC-CIE2000, Volume 2: 26th Design Automation Conference, 711-724, September 10–13, 2000
Paper No: DETC2000/DAC-14288
... is on the approach rather than the results, per se . product platforms product families linear physical programming Proceedings of DETCOO/DAC 2000 ASME Design Engineering Technical Conference September 10-13, 2000, Baltimore, Maryland DETC2000/DAC-14288 A QUANTITATIVE APPROACH TO DETERMINING PRODUCT...
Proc. ASME. IDETC-CIE2001, Volume 2B: 27th Design Automation Conference, 1075-1085, September 9–12, 2001
Paper No: DETC2001/DAC-21125
... segment, creating a product platform for the yoke cross-section, and defining the yoke product family. The proposed modular architecture for pattern construction reduces the number of new yoke patterns needed for manufacturing, which will generate the most significant savings. Implementation of the yoke...
Proc. ASME. IDETC-CIE2013, Volume 3B: 39th Design Automation Conference, V03BT03A036, August 4–7, 2013
Paper No: DETC2013-12562
... is able to cope with engineering changes extended to product families. The proposed tool is based on a multilevel representation of the product structure, where functions, modules and physical parts are defined and interrelated. This system allows evaluating the consequences of engineering changes...
Proc. ASME. IDETC-CIE2008, Volume 4: 20th International Conference on Design Theory and Methodology; Second International Conference on Micro- and Nanosystems, 203-216, August 3–6, 2008
Paper No: DETC2008-49343
... 24 07 2009 With the increasing stratification of customer preferences, companies must offer a number of options to remain competitive. Current methodologies, such as product families, seek to offer more options to the consumer while minimizing costs to the company. Customizable...
Proc. ASME. IDETC-CIE2008, Volume 4: 20th International Conference on Design Theory and Methodology; Second International Conference on Micro- and Nanosystems, 67-76, August 3–6, 2008
Paper No: DETC2008-49815
... 24 07 2009 Development of product families involves an interplay of common and differentiating features to address market segments. Considerable research has been conducted by the engineering community to support the development of product families from a product characteristic...
Proc. ASME. IDETC-CIE2003, Volume 2: 29th Design Automation Conference, Parts A and B, 175-185, September 2–6, 2003
Paper No: DETC2003/DAC-48721
... 19 06 2008 In this paper, a methodology is presented to determine the optimum number of product platforms to maximize overall product family profit with simplifying assumptions. This methodology is attempting to aid various manufacturing industries who are seeking ways to reduce...
Proc. ASME. IDETC-CIE2003, Volume 3a: 8th Design for Manufacturing Conference, 67-75, September 2–6, 2003
Paper No: DETC2003/DFM-48139
...Proceedings of DETC03 ASME 2003 Design Engineering Technical Conferences and Computers and Information in Engineering Conference Chicago, Illinois, USA, September 2-6, 2003 1 Copyright © 2003 by ASME pay). The business goal, therefore, is to design a product family that meets a wide range...
Proc. ASME. IDETC-CIE2002, Volume 2: 28th Design Automation Conference, 579-592, September 29–October 2, 2002
Paper No: DETC2002/DAC-34096
... platforms product families compromise Decision Support Problem utility theory Proceedings of DETC 02 ASME 2002 Design Engineering Technical Conferences Montreal, Canada, September 29 October 2, 2002 R D NG rokh atio ool te of ia 3 Cor that influence the embodiment of product platforms as well...
Proc. ASME. IDETC-CIE2005, Volume 2: 31st Design Automation Conference, Parts A and B, 959-968, September 24–28, 2005
Paper No: DETC2005-84817
... of products has made it more difficult for companies that develop only one product at a time to maintain competitive production costs and reclaim market share. By designing a product family based on a robust product platform, overall production cost can be more competitive than competitors selling one product...