Product relationships management enabler for concurrent engineering and product lifecycle management

Frederic Demoly, Olivier Dutartre, Xiu Yan, Benoit Eynard, Dimitris Kiritsis, Samuel Gomes

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Abstract

The current competitive industrial context requires more flexible, intelligent and compact product lifecycles, especially in the product development process where several lifecycle issues have to be considered, so as to deliver lifecycle oriented products. This paper describes the application of a novel product relationships management approach, in the context of product lifecycle management (PLM),
enabling concurrent product design and assembly sequence planning. Previous work has provided a foundation through a theoretical framework, enhanced by the paradigm of product relational design and management. This statement therefore highlights the concurrent and proactive aspect of assembly oriented design vision. Central to this approach is the establishment and implementation of a complex and multiple viewpoints of product development addressing various stakeholders design and assembly planning points of view. By establishing such comprehensive relationships and identifying related
relationships among several lifecycle phases, it is then possible to undertake the product design and assembly phases concurrently. Specifically, the proposed work and its application enable the management of product relationship information at the interface of product-process data management
techniques. Based on the theory, models and techniques such as described in previous work, the implementation of a new hub application called PEGASUS is then described. Also based on web service technology, PEGASUS can be considered as a mediator application and/or an enabler for PLM that externalises product relationships and enables the control of information flow with internal regulation procedures. The feasibility of the approach is justified and the associated benefits are reported with a mechanical assembly as a case study.
LanguageEnglish
Number of pages16
JournalComputers in Industry
Early online date31 Jul 2013
Publication statusE-pub ahead of print - 31 Jul 2013

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Keywords

  • concurrent engineering
  • assembly oriented design
  • integrated design

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Demoly, Frederic ; Dutartre, Olivier ; Yan, Xiu ; Eynard, Benoit ; Kiritsis, Dimitris ; Gomes, Samuel . / Product relationships management enabler for concurrent engineering and product lifecycle management. In: Computers in Industry. 2013.
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