Produktentwicklung - Konzepte und Entwurf

Vorlesung

Number820063701
TypeLecture
Duration1 SWS
TermSommersemester 2022
Language of instructionGerman

Objectives

After participating in the modul "Product Development - Concepts and Design", the students are able to analyse technical problem descriptions, to develop technical solution concepts and detail them to embodiment designs. In addition, the students know how to apply methods for concept development on requirement, function, working principle and embodiment level.

Description

The module Product Development - Concepts and Design teaches a systematic approach to solving technical problems. The starting point is a technical problem formulation. To develop a technical solution, the procedure is taught using the Munich Product Concretization Model. The model supports the systematic consideration of the requirements space, function level, working principles and embodiment level. Methods for concept development are taught for the individual concretization levels, such as functional modelling (function level) or the morphological box (working principle level). In order to detail the design, supplementary methods of the "Design for X" approach are taught, such as principles of design for manufacturing.

Prerequisites

Machine Elements 1 and 2

Examination

The module assessment will be in the form of an exercise performance consisting of six written assignments to be completed during the semester. These are usually to be completed as part of a group assignment. Each student receives an individual sub-task, which includes a technical problem formulation. The submission begins in the fourth week of lectures. All submissions will be graded. The achieved scores of the subtasks will be announced during the semester. The overall grade will be calculated from the average of the individual submissions. The first two parts are weighted double due to their size.

Recommended literature

Ponn, J.; Lindemann, U.: Konzeptentwicklung und Gestaltung technischer Produkte: Optimierte Produkte – systematisch von Anforderungen zu Konzepten. Berlin: Springer 2008. Lindemann, U.: Methodische Entwicklung technischer Produkte. Berlin: Springer 2007 (2. Auflage). Ehrlenspiel, K.: Integrierte Produktentwicklung - Methoden für Prozeßorganisation, Produkterstellung und Konstruktion. München: Hanser 2003.

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Übung

Number820063600
TypeExercise
Duration2 SWS
TermSommersemester 2022
Language of instructionGerman

Objectives

After participating in the modul "Product Development - Concepts and Design", the students are able to analyse technical problem descriptions, to develop technical solution concepts and detail them to embodiment designs. In addition, the students know how to apply methods for concept development on requirement, function, working principle and embodiment level.

Description

The module "Product Development - Concepts and Design" teaches a systematic approach to solving technical problems. The starting point is a technical problem formulation. To develop a technical solution, the procedure is taught using the "Munich Product Concretisation model". The model supports the systematic consideration of requirement space, function level, working principle and embodiment level. Methods for concept development are taught for the individual concretisation levels, such as functional modelling (function level) or the morphological box (working principle level). In order to detail the design, supplementary methods of the "Design for X" approach are taught, such as principles of design for manufacturing.

Prerequisites

Machine elements 1 and 2

Teaching and learning methods

Exercise and group work

Examination

The module assessment will be in the form of an exercise performance consisting of six written assignments to be completed during the semester. These are usually to be completed as part of a group assignment. Each student receives an individual sub-task, which includes a technical problem formulation. These assignments are intended to demonstrate that the student can systematically develop technical solution concepts and detailed designs based on the analysis of a technical problem formulation. In addition, methods for requirements specification and for finding solutions at the functional, effective, and design levels are to be applied. All submissions will be graded. The achieved scores of the subtasks will be announced during the semester. The overall grade will be calculated from the average of the individual submissions. The first two parts are weighted double due to their size.

Recommended literature

Ponn, J.; Lindemann, U.: Konzeptentwicklung und Gestaltung technischer Produkte: Optimierte Produkte – systematisch von Anforderungen zu Konzepten. Berlin: Springer 2008. Lindemann, U.: Methodische Entwicklung technischer Produkte. Berlin: Springer 2007 (2. Auflage). Ehrlenspiel, K.: Integrierte Produktentwicklung - Methoden für Prozeßorganisation, Produkterstellung und Konstruktion. München: Hanser 2003.

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