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Digital Product and Process Development Systems
George L. Kovács, Detlef Kochan (Eds.)
Front Matter

Keynote and Plenary Papers - State of the Art, Challenges, Future


Manufacturing Innovation and Horizon 2020
Erastos Filos
1-10
IT Support for Product and Process Development in Japan and Future Perspective
Fumihiko Kimura
11-23
3D Experiences – Dassault Systèmes 3DS Strategy to Support New Processes in Product Development and Early Customer Involvement
Andreas Barth
24-30
Challenges for Digital Product and Process Design Systems at BMW
Dietmar Trippner, Stefan Rude, Andreas Schreiber
31-35
Industry 4.0: A Best Practice Project of the Automotive Industry
Franz Gruber
36-40
JT Format (ISO 14306) and AP 242 (ISO 10303): The Step to the Next Generation Collaborative Product Creation
Alfred Katzenbach, Sebastian Handschuh, Steven Vettermann
41-52

Digital Product- and Process- Development


Economic Advantages by CAD/CAM Use in Compound with Production Data Organization
Arndt Richter
53-60
A ’Lean’ Fuzzy Rule to Speed-Up a Taylor-Made Warehouse Management Process
Lapo Chirici, Kesheng Wang
61-72
Improving the Usability of Collaboration Methods and Technologies in Engineering
Lars Wolter, Haygazun Hayka, Rainer Stark
73-84
Towards Product Avatars Representing Middle-of-Life Information for Improving Design, Development and Manufacturing Processes
Karl Hribernik, Thorsten Wuest, Klaus-Dieter Thoben
85-96
Challenges and Solutions in Customer Process Based on Collaborative Engineering
Sergej Bondar, Leo Potjewijd, Josip Stjepandic
97-107

Additive Manufacturing


Additive Manufacturing as Integral Part of the Digital Solution Process - An Industrial Short Note
Klaus Müller-Lohmeier
108-111
Additive Manufacturing – A Growing Possibility to Lighten the Burden of Spare Parts Supply
Steve Rommel, Andreas Fischer
112-123
Laser Beam Melting for Tooling Applications – New Perspectives for Resource-Efficient Metal Forming and Die Casting Processes
Bernhard Müller, Ralf Hund, Roland Malek, Nancy Gerth
124-137
Design-Opportunities and Limitations on Additive Manufacturing Determined by a Suitable Test-Specimen
Karlheinz Hoeren, Gerd Witt
138-152
Mechanical Properties of Laser Beam Melting Components Depending on Various Process Errors
Stefan Kleszczynski, Joschka Jacobsmühlen, Jan Sehrt, Gerd Witt
153-166
New Fiber Matrix Process with 3D Fiber Printer – A Strategic In-process Integration of Endless Fibers Using Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM)
Andreas Fischer, Steve Rommel, Thomas Bauernhansl
167-175
From Rapid Prototyping to eManufacturing
Nikolai Zaepernick
176-180
Energy Turnaround: Printing of Thermoelectric Generators
Ines Dani, Aljoscha Roch, Lukas Stepien, Christoph Leyens, Moritz Greifzu, Marian Lukowicz
181-184
Generative Manufacturing and Repair of Metal Parts through Direct Laser Deposition Using Wire Material
Steffen Nowotny, Sebastian Thieme, David Albert, Frank Kubisch, Robert Kager, Christoph Leyens
185-189

Quality Management


Capp Model for Prismatic Parts in Digital Manufacturing
Vidosav Majstorović, Tatjana Šibalija, Bojan Erčević, Marko Erčević
190-204
Product Quality Inspection Combining with Structure Light System, Data Mining and RFID Technology
Kesheng Wang, Quan Yu
205-220
Additional Methods to Analyze Computer Tomography Data for Medical Purposes and Generatively Produced Technical Components
Philipp Sembdner, Stefan Holtzhausen, Christine Schöne, Ralph Stelzer
221-229
Correction of Highlight Line Structures
György Gyurecz, Gábor Renner
230-238
Re-make of Sheet Metal Parts of End of Life Vehicles - Research on Product Life-Cycle Management
George Kovács, Imre Paniti
239-253

Standardization and Knowledge Management/Developments


Enabling the Crowd Sourcing of Very Large Product Models
Martin Hardwick, David Loffredo, Joe Fritz, Mikael Hedlind
254-272
Knowledge Retrieval in Complex Information Landscapes Related to Products and Production
Marcus Schichtel
273-285
Advanced Engineering Visualization with Standardized 3D Formats
Christian Emmer, Arnulf Fröhlich, Josip Stjepandic
286-295
Scientific Automation Rises the Productivity of Production Facilities
U. Frank, H. Anacker, Dirk Bielawny
296-309
Prospective Evaluation of Assembly Work Content and Costs in Series Production
Ralf Kretschmer, Stefan Rulhoff, Josip Stjepandic
310-319
Model-Based Approach for Self-correcting Strategy Design for Manufacturing of Small Metal Parts
Mikhail Borzykh, U. Damerow, Christian Henke, Ansgar Trächtler, W. Homberg
320-329
Digital Eco-factory as an IT Support Tool for Sustainable Manufacturing
Michiko Matsuda, Fumihiko Kimura
330-342
Enterprises Monitoring for Crisis Preventing Based on Knowledge Engineering
Nafisa Yusupova, Gyuzel Shakhmametova, Elmira Dusalina
343-353
The Knowledge on the Basis of Fact Analysis in Business Intelligence
Alexander Vokhmintsev, Andrey Melnikov
354-363

Simulation of Procedures and Processes


Composite Simulation as Example of Industry Experience
Joachim Bauer
364-368
Simulation and Optimization Based Flexible Job Scheduling of Powder Coating Lines
Heike Wilson, Reik Zettl
369-375
Event Based Identification and Prediction of Congestions in Manufacturing Plants
Clemens Schwenke, Thomas Wagner, Klaus Kabitzsch
376-390
Intelligent Manufacturing Operations Planning, Scheduling and Dispatching on the Basis of Virtual Machine Tools
Gerald Rehage, Frank Bauer, Jürgen Gausemeier, Benjamin Jurke, Peter Pruschek
391-400
Methodological Issues in Support of Selected Tasks of the Virtual Manufacturing Planning
Marius Eßers, Martin Erler, Andreas Nestler, Alexander Brosius
401-412
A Comprehensive Framework for the Computer-Aided Planning and Optimisation of Manufacturing Processes for Functional Graded Components
Marcus Petersen, Jürgen Gausemeier
413-422
As-Is Analysis and Efficient 3D Layout Planning during the Conversion of Old and Design of New Production Facilities by Means of 3D-CAD
Björn Schuster
423-425

 

 


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