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Modelling for business improvement by Peter Heisig; John Clarkson; S Vajna

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Shaker Verlag, Aachen, Germany, pp 25-42 Pahl G, Beitz W, Feldhusen J, Grote KH (2007) Konstruktionslehre. Springer Verlag, Berlin, Germany Panreck K (2002) Rechnergestützte modellbildung physikalisch-technischer systeme. VDIFortschrittsberichte Reihe 8, Nr. 945. VDI Verlag, Düsseldorf, Germany Roelofson J, Krehmer H, Lindemann U, Meerkamm H (2008) Using the Design-StructureMatrix for the avoidance of unnecessary iterations. In: Proceedings of the 10th International DSM Conference (DSM’08), Stockholm, Sweden, pp 209-218 Weber C (2005) CPM/PDD - an extended theoretical approach to modeling products and product development processes.

Further results will be investigated in a second survey in the near future. The gained insights shall then be used as requirements for a revised implementation approach of the iPeM to be established in future work. 4. 5 Further Work and Conclusion Today’s product engineering processes are characterised by a huge complexity that amongst others can be explained by the multiple fractal character. One promising approach to handle this complexity is the model approach of the iPeM because it Uniqueness and the Multiple Fractal Character of Product Engineering Processes 25 captures the different levels of abstraction of engineering processes.

It is closely connected to the progress of the process. Therefore, considerations concerning simulation planning require a detailed process model to effectively integrate simulation methods into the development process. For this purpose, the process model developed by FORFLOW (Bavarian research alliance consisting of six institutes of mechanical engineering and applied 28 K. Paetzold, J. Reitmeier informatics of four Bavarian universities) may serve as a basis. This research alliance was the result of an initiative by several industrial partners and makes it possible to continuously validate research results by practice-related application scenarios.

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