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Volume 127, 2017The 11th International Conference on Axiomatic Design (ICAD 2017)
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Adapt!Evaluation - Evaluation for Design and Re-Design of Production Systems based on Axiomatic Design
1 Daimler AG, Process Development and Materials, 71059 Sindelfingen, Germany
2 Universität der Bundeswehr, Institut für Technische Produktentwicklung, 85577 Neubiberg, Germany
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Since trends of our society are changing, the automotive industry has to handle new requirements within their production like vague quantities of production, fast integration of new technologies and an increasing variety of diversity. Therefore conventional life-cycles of production systems are broken up and re-design and changeability of complex systems have to be considered during their whole life time. Within this framework the paper proposes a novel approach to enable change during the life cycle of a production system and to enhance the usability of a re-design and change process by consistent interaction between the design and evaluation method. Thereby the focus is on the linkage of design and evaluation process to pursue a decrease of complexity and to point out the benefits which can be found by using Axiomatic Design Theory in this holistic context of the production system life-cycle. To validate the results of the paper and show up their benefits, a use case will describe and discuss the research.
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