A Review: MBSE Based on Transforming Multidisciplinary Customer Requirements to Product Design Specifications
International Journal of Research and Analytical Reviews (IJRAR), February 2019, Volume 6, Issue 1
Posted: 26 Oct 2020
Date Written: February 10, 2019
The high demands placed on the automotive industry makes it essential for companies to ensure consistent success in developing new products by understanding customer needs and developing products desired by the customers. It is, however, complex to work with customer needs and requirements largely depending on the fact that customers' preferences change and that customers do not know what they want in the future. To address these obstacles it is important to work effectively with requirements management and create a standardized process to ensure that customer needs are prioritized during the development process. With the increase of complexity of complex mechatronic products, it is necessary to involve multidisciplinary design teams, thus, the traditional customer requirements modeling for a single discipline team becomes difficult to be applied in a multidisciplinary team and project since team members with various disciplinary backgrounds may have different interpretations of the customers' requirements. A new synthesized multidisciplinary customer requirements (MCRs) modeling method is provided for obtaining and describing the common understanding of customer needs and more importantly transferring them into a detailed and accurate product design specifications (PDS) to interact with different team members effectively. Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) is the practice of developing a set of related system models that help define, design, and document a system under development. This proposed research offers the instruction to realize the customer-driven personalized customization of the complex multidisciplinary product.
Keywords: Multidisciplinary Customer Requirements (MCR), Product Design Specification (PDS), Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) using Mechanical, Electronic and Software Engineering
JEL Classification: EngRN
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