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Design Support Based onto Knowledge to Increase Product Reliability and Allow Optimized Abacus Development

Abstract : High competition and low manufacturing costs in emerging countries, force European firms to improve quality, cost and delivery. Research and development departments have to look towards high production design methods and tools in order to stay competitive. Our research allow to reduce routine design process and thereby increase time for added value design tasks, particularly innovative design activities. We have applied our methodology onto a roller shutter tube. Existing abacuses are used to define tube deformation, but these abacuses are too restrictive. Our case determine the input information and create a model using our method to create new abacuses more relevant. Our contribution uses the explicit knowledge embedded in a KBE application to co-create or update parametric 3D models with its assembly environment. By implementing this method in an industrial company, we have reduced routine design tasks and improved the robustness of the product design and the product assembly.
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Jérémy Boxberger, Daniel Schlegel, Nahdir Lebaal, Samuel Gomes. Design Support Based onto Knowledge to Increase Product Reliability and Allow Optimized Abacus Development. 19th Advances in Production Management Systems (APMS), Sep 2012, Rhodes, Greece. pp.200-207, ⟨10.1007/978-3-642-40361-3_26⟩. ⟨hal-01470621⟩



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