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Early Robustness Optimization of Automotive Modules - Regarding The Key Impact Of The Human Factor

Wuttke, Fabian and Feustel, Florian and Bohn, Martin and Csernak, Steffen and Bohn, Andrea
KIT, Daimler AG, University of Kassel, TU Darmstadt (eds.) :

Early Robustness Optimization of Automotive Modules - Regarding The Key Impact Of The Human Factor.
KIT, Daimler AG, University of Kassel, TU Darmstadt (s.) Impacting society through engineering design : ICED 11 København, the 18th International Conference on Engineering Design; 15th - 18th August 2011, Technical University of Denmark (DTU), Copenhagen, Denmark; proc. Vol. 9: Design methods and tools Kopenhagen, Denmark
[Conference or Workshop Item] , (2011)

Abstract

In the context of module based car development, standard modules face large uncertainties during their integration into the development process of the car. Therefore, a high level of robustness of standard modules is needed. A method is presented to increase and optimize robustness on the technical side. In addition to the technical perspective, the human role is also considered. This paper aims at identifying the demands of the method on designers as well as the designer’s requirement on the method. The discrepancy between these two demands determines the robustness of the process. Hence, robustness is evaluated holistically, including both the technical and the process side considering the human factor.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item
Erschienen: 2011
Creators: Wuttke, Fabian and Feustel, Florian and Bohn, Martin and Csernak, Steffen and Bohn, Andrea
Title: Early Robustness Optimization of Automotive Modules - Regarding The Key Impact Of The Human Factor
Language: English
Abstract:

In the context of module based car development, standard modules face large uncertainties during their integration into the development process of the car. Therefore, a high level of robustness of standard modules is needed. A method is presented to increase and optimize robustness on the technical side. In addition to the technical perspective, the human role is also considered. This paper aims at identifying the demands of the method on designers as well as the designer’s requirement on the method. The discrepancy between these two demands determines the robustness of the process. Hence, robustness is evaluated holistically, including both the technical and the process side considering the human factor.

Title of Book: Impacting society through engineering design : ICED 11 København, the 18th International Conference on Engineering Design; 15th - 18th August 2011, Technical University of Denmark (DTU), Copenhagen, Denmark; proc. Vol. 9: Design methods and tools
Place of Publication: Kopenhagen, Denmark
Uncontrolled Keywords: Product robustness, process robustness, human factor, early design stage, module development
Divisions: 16 Department of Mechanical Engineering
16 Department of Mechanical Engineering > Institute for Product Development and Machine Elements (pmd)
Date Deposited: 18 Jan 2012 13:19
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Product robustness, process robustness, human factor, early design stage, module developmentEnglish
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In the context of module based car development, standard modules face large uncertainties during their integration into the development process of the car. Therefore, a high level of robustness of standard modules is needed. A method is presented to increase and optimize robustness on the technical side. In addition to the technical perspective, the human role is also considered. This paper aims at identifying the demands of the method on designers as well as the designer’s requirement on the method. The discrepancy between these two demands determines the robustness of the process. Hence, robustness is evaluated holistically, including both the technical and the process side considering the human factor.English
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