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A Framework of Describing and Managing Engineering Analysis Modeling Knowledge for Design Validation

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A Framework of Describing and Managing Engineering Analysis Modeling Knowledge for Design Validation
Engineering design is validated by engineering analysis. In the process for predicting the physical behavior of the design, the design components, physical mechanisms, etc. are idealized as models, the contents of which depend on a various factors such as the type of product, the validation objectives, and the design lead time as well as the design's physical features. It is important to examine such modeling knowledge to enhance the rationality and reusability of engineering analysis. This paper proposes a concise and comprehensive format for describing the knowledge of engineering analysis, called Engineering Analysis Modeling Matrix (EAMM). EAMM is a matrix of two axes, i.e., a modeling aspect axis and a modeling level axis. The former axis consists of target objects, governing principles and behavior, and the latter axis consists of conceptual, mathematical and computational approaches. EAMM takes the form of a nine cell matrix by combining the two modeling axes, each having ...
Yutaka Nomaguchi, Tomohiro Taguchi, Kikuo Fujita
Added 09 Dec 2010
Updated 09 Dec 2010
Type Journal
Year 2010
Where CERA
Authors Yutaka Nomaguchi, Tomohiro Taguchi, Kikuo Fujita
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