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Modellbasierte Anforderungsermittlung durch systematische Prozessanalyse als Basis des Hygienic Designs

Beetz, Jean-Paul and Kloberdanz, Hermann
Krause, Dieter and Paetzold, Kristin and Wartzack, Sandro (eds.) :

Modellbasierte Anforderungsermittlung durch systematische Prozessanalyse als Basis des Hygienic Designs.
In: Symposium Design for X 2016, 5.-6. Oktober 2016, Jesteburg. Design for X - Beiträge zum 27. DfX-Symposium Oktober 2016 Hamburg
[Conference or Workshop Item] , (2016)

Abstract

This paper presents an approach to identify hygienic and ergonomic requirements for the development of food processing machines by an extensive process analysis. For the development of such machines, it is essential to detect hygiene risks in order to consider them as early as possible. Since hygiene risks occur in processes within the life cycle processes of the machine, they can be analysed using the detailed process model. The extended process model enables the detection of unwanted interactions between the process, the user and the product. Thus, the proposed approach allows extracting hygienic and user oriented requirements comprehensively and uses the result a basis for the development process.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item
Erschienen: 2016
Editors: Krause, Dieter and Paetzold, Kristin and Wartzack, Sandro
Creators: Beetz, Jean-Paul and Kloberdanz, Hermann
Title: Modellbasierte Anforderungsermittlung durch systematische Prozessanalyse als Basis des Hygienic Designs
Language: German
Abstract:

This paper presents an approach to identify hygienic and ergonomic requirements for the development of food processing machines by an extensive process analysis. For the development of such machines, it is essential to detect hygiene risks in order to consider them as early as possible. Since hygiene risks occur in processes within the life cycle processes of the machine, they can be analysed using the detailed process model. The extended process model enables the detection of unwanted interactions between the process, the user and the product. Thus, the proposed approach allows extracting hygienic and user oriented requirements comprehensively and uses the result a basis for the development process.

Title of Book: Design for X - Beiträge zum 27. DfX-Symposium Oktober 2016
Place of Publication: Hamburg
Divisions: 16 Department of Mechanical Engineering
16 Department of Mechanical Engineering > Institute for Product Development and Machine Elements (pmd)
Event Title: Symposium Design for X 2016
Event Location: Jesteburg
Event Dates: 5.-6. Oktober 2016
Date Deposited: 08 Nov 2017 06:46
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Hygienic Design, Requirements Engineering, Process Analysis, Process ModelEnglish
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