PRODUCT (KBE) Knowledge Acquisition and Reuse for Robust Engineering

Session Number: 5088
Track: Infrastructure, Develop, Deploy & Knowledge (IDDK)
Sub-Categorization: Develop & Deploy (D&D)
Session Type: Product Session
Primary Presenter: Christophe Baroux [Technical Sales Manager - Digital Product Simulation Inc]
Time: Apr 24, 2017 (01:55 PM - 02:45 PM)
Room: Nomeus

Conference Hot Topics: Engineering and Business Collaboration
Community of Interest: Aerospace & Defense, Automotive, Consumer Goods, Develop & Deploy, Energy, ENOVIA, Shipbuilding, SmarTeam
Industry: Aerospace & Defense, Architecture, Engineering & Construction, Consumer Goods & Retail, Consumer Packaged Goods & Retail, Energy, Process and Utilities, Financial & Business Services, High-Tech, Industrial Equipment, Life Sciences, Marine & Offshore, Natural Resources, Transportation & Mobility
Applicable Products: None
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Session Description:  Simulation-driven design industries (manufacturing industries) such as
Automotive, Aeronautics and Defence, Energy, Consumer Goods are working with a multitude of
different tools (CATIA®, ENOVIA®, ANSYS®...). However, these software tools are each working separately based on
their own rules and models that cannot be used in other tools. As a consequence, knowledge sharing is not possible between design and simulation tools. Common problems that large development organizations are facing include inconsistencies related to exchange of parameters and their correct usage across engineering tasks resulting in work done using wrong or outdated parameters as well as re-invention of design and engineering approaches instead of best-practices re-use.
KARREN (Knowledge Acquisition and Reuse for Robust ENgineering) offers an enabling technology that complements all Product Lifecycle Management (PLM), Computer-Aided design (CAD), Computer-Aided Engineering (CAE), and Design Space Exploration (DSE) technologies by providing the ability to capture and reuse engineering knowledge about behavior, enabling collaborations which combine these different areas into a cohesive, coordinated Simulation-Driven Design project.
KARREN ensures consistent use of design parameters and rules while enabling knowledge capture and reuse in order to warrant best practices for product performance studies across multiple disciplines for "Behavior Based Collaboration".
This presentation will describe KARREN concepts and technical orientations and its further deployment within the MIMe research & development project scope particularly involving an automotive OEM and one of his tier-one suppliers.