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Use of modelling frameworks in the design of complex engineering systems

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Abstract

The Newcastle Engineering Design Centre has developed a Modelling Framework Representation to support the modelling of complex engineering systems. The purpose of this framework is to allow a range of models, representing a wide variety of aspects relating to engineering systems, to be integrated. The objectives of doing this are to: obtain overall representation of such systems, allow system evaluation, identify emerging properties relevant to the design process, identify technical gaps in design, and reveal the potential for trade-off analyses and interdependency evaluations. This paper focuses on aircraft systems and begins by outlining the basic modelling processes used. A UML approach is utilised to construct a software tool which implements the Modelling Framework.


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Author(s): Dalton JA, Norman PW, Sen P, Whittle S

Editor(s): Shahin, T.M.M.

Publication type: Conference Proceedings (inc. Abstract)

Publication status: Published

Conference Name: Computer-based Design: Engineering Design Conference

Year of Conference: 2002

Pages: 267-276

Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

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ISBN: 9781860583728


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