Developing a current capability design for manufacture framework in the aerospace industry

A Whiteside, E Shehab, C Beadle, M Percival

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Abstract

During progressive product design and development in the aerospace industry, a lack of effective communication between the sequential functions of design, manufacturing and assembly often causes delays and setbacks whereby production capabilities are unable to realise design intent in high-complexity product models. As a result, there is a need to formalise the progressive release of an engineering model to production functions during New Product Introduction (NPI) via defining key stages of definition maturity and information requirements through a structured process. This paper describes the development of a framework to facilitate optimal 'design for manufacture' based on current manufacturing capabilities within the aerospace industry.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publication19th CIRP Design Conference
Pages223-228
Number of pages6
Publication statusPublished - 2009

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Name19th CIRP Design Conference

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Aerospace industry
Product design
Product development
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Keywords

  • aerospace industry
  • assembly
  • design for manufacture and
  • process capability analysis

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Whiteside, A., Shehab, E., Beadle, C., & Percival, M. (2009). Developing a current capability design for manufacture framework in the aerospace industry. In 19th CIRP Design Conference (pp. 223-228). (19th CIRP Design Conference).

Developing a current capability design for manufacture framework in the aerospace industry. / Whiteside, A; Shehab, E; Beadle, C; Percival, M.

19th CIRP Design Conference. 2009. p. 223-228 (19th CIRP Design Conference).

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Whiteside, A, Shehab, E, Beadle, C & Percival, M 2009, Developing a current capability design for manufacture framework in the aerospace industry. in 19th CIRP Design Conference. 19th CIRP Design Conference, pp. 223-228.
Whiteside A, Shehab E, Beadle C, Percival M. Developing a current capability design for manufacture framework in the aerospace industry. In 19th CIRP Design Conference. 2009. p. 223-228. (19th CIRP Design Conference).
Whiteside, A ; Shehab, E ; Beadle, C ; Percival, M. / Developing a current capability design for manufacture framework in the aerospace industry. 19th CIRP Design Conference. 2009. pp. 223-228 (19th CIRP Design Conference).
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