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On the interaction between the engineering design and the development process models - Part II: Shortcomings and limitations

Motte, Damien LU ; Bjärnemo, Robert LU and Yannou, Bernard (2011) 3rd International Conference on Research into Design - ICoRD'11 In Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Research into Design - ICoRD'11 p.96-103
Abstract
Models of the engineering design process and of the development process nowadays present similar forms in the engineering design literature and interact in a similar way. These models are often presented as generic, in order to be used in a wide area of applications. This interaction is however not unproblematic, and in this publication we present some important issues and challenge the generic aspect of these models. In order to increase clarity, we have divided the publication into two parts. In Part I, the generally accepted engineering design and development process models are presented. The fundaments of the development model and the motivations behind its current form are highlighted. In Part II, the consequences in the form of... (More)
Models of the engineering design process and of the development process nowadays present similar forms in the engineering design literature and interact in a similar way. These models are often presented as generic, in order to be used in a wide area of applications. This interaction is however not unproblematic, and in this publication we present some important issues and challenge the generic aspect of these models. In order to increase clarity, we have divided the publication into two parts. In Part I, the generally accepted engineering design and development process models are presented. The fundaments of the development model and the motivations behind its current form are highlighted. In Part II, the consequences in the form of severe shortcomings resulting from the interaction of the engineering design and development process models are highlighted. These shortcomings do not disappear when the systematic design process model is applied with alternative development process models. The implications for the further development of methodologies supporting design and development models are discussed. (Less)
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  abstract     = {Models of the engineering design process and of the development process nowadays present similar forms in the engineering design literature and interact in a similar way. These models are often presented as generic, in order to be used in a wide area of applications. This interaction is however not unproblematic, and in this publication we present some important issues and challenge the generic aspect of these models. In order to increase clarity, we have divided the publication into two parts. In Part I, the generally accepted engineering design and development process models are presented. The fundaments of the development model and the motivations behind its current form are highlighted. In Part II, the consequences in the form of severe shortcomings resulting from the interaction of the engineering design and development process models are highlighted. These shortcomings do not disappear when the systematic design process model is applied with alternative development process models. The implications for the further development of methodologies supporting design and development models are discussed.},
  author       = {Motte, Damien and Bjärnemo, Robert and Yannou, Bernard},
  booktitle    = { Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Research into Design - ICoRD'11},
  editor       = {Chakrabarti, Amaresh},
  isbn         = {978-981-08-7721-7},
  keyword      = {engineering design process model,development process model,machine design,maskinkonstruktion},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {96--103},
  publisher    = {Research Publishing Services},
  title        = {On the interaction between the engineering design and the development process models - Part II: Shortcomings and limitations},
  year         = {2011},
}