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NEW WAYS OF HYGIENIC DESIGN – A METHODICAL APPROACH

Beetz, Jean-Paul and Kloberdanz, Hermann and Kirchner, Eckhard
Maier, Anja and Škec, Stanko and Kim, Harrison and Kokkolaras, Michael and Oehmen, Josef and Fadel, Georges and Salustri, Filippo and Van der Loos, Mike (eds.) :

NEW WAYS OF HYGIENIC DESIGN – A METHODICAL APPROACH.
In: 21st International Conference on Engineering Design (ICED17), 21.-25.08.2017, Vancouver, Canada. In: Proceedings of the 21st International Conference on Engineering Design (ICED17) , 1 .
[Conference or Workshop Item] , (2017)

Abstract

Hygienic design is a necessary topic in developing food processing machinery. Designers have access to plenty of guidelines that support embodiment design and detailing of certain equipment. Earlier phases receive little attention in terms of Hygienic Design. Furthermore, developing products that are not covered by any guideline is a laborious challenge. This paper presents an extended approach of Hygienic Design in order to consider earlier product developing phases. Analysing use phase processes and the investigation with regard to their categorization lead to formalised Hygienic Design requirements. Allocating over 70 existing guidelines to fundamental damage processes "adhesion", "accumulation", "intrusion" and "abrasion" offers a new systematic scheme of a guidelines categorisation, which provides an extended understanding of Hygienic Design. In order to illustrate benefits of using Hygienic requirements in early phases, influencing possibilities are illustrated by an example.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item
Erschienen: 2017
Editors: Maier, Anja and Škec, Stanko and Kim, Harrison and Kokkolaras, Michael and Oehmen, Josef and Fadel, Georges and Salustri, Filippo and Van der Loos, Mike
Creators: Beetz, Jean-Paul and Kloberdanz, Hermann and Kirchner, Eckhard
Title: NEW WAYS OF HYGIENIC DESIGN – A METHODICAL APPROACH
Language: English
Abstract:

Hygienic design is a necessary topic in developing food processing machinery. Designers have access to plenty of guidelines that support embodiment design and detailing of certain equipment. Earlier phases receive little attention in terms of Hygienic Design. Furthermore, developing products that are not covered by any guideline is a laborious challenge. This paper presents an extended approach of Hygienic Design in order to consider earlier product developing phases. Analysing use phase processes and the investigation with regard to their categorization lead to formalised Hygienic Design requirements. Allocating over 70 existing guidelines to fundamental damage processes "adhesion", "accumulation", "intrusion" and "abrasion" offers a new systematic scheme of a guidelines categorisation, which provides an extended understanding of Hygienic Design. In order to illustrate benefits of using Hygienic requirements in early phases, influencing possibilities are illustrated by an example.

Series Name: Proceedings of the 21st International Conference on Engineering Design (ICED17)
Volume: 1
Divisions: 16 Department of Mechanical Engineering
16 Department of Mechanical Engineering > Institute for Product Development and Machine Elements (pmd)
Event Title: 21st International Conference on Engineering Design (ICED17)
Event Location: Vancouver, Canada
Event Dates: 21.-25.08.2017
Date Deposited: 08 Nov 2017 06:46
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