The industrial product development is currently managed by resorting to the Model Based Systems Engineering (MBSE), aimed to decompose the systems complexity, to the Lean Manufacturing, allowing to achieve the targets of Quality, Cost and Delivery (QCD), and to the enabling technologies of the Smart Manufacturing. Those three approaches are still assumed completely uncoupled, against the evidence of the disruptive power of their mutual and full integration, as is herein discussed. This integration looks the goal to be achieved for a definitive assessment of the so-called strategic initiative “Industry 4.0”, as is currently promoted worldwide to improve the industrial productivity.

Control of thermomechanical anisotropy of high speed rotor with permanent magnets in micro energy harvesters / Brusa, Eugenio. - ELETTRONICO. - CEUR-WS.org/Vol- 2248:(2018), pp. 21-30. ((Intervento presentato al convegno CIISE 2018 - Conferenza INCOSE Italia su Systems Engineering tenutosi a Roma nel 28-30 Novembre 2018.

Control of thermomechanical anisotropy of high speed rotor with permanent magnets in micro energy harvesters

BRUSA, Eugenio
2018

Abstract

The industrial product development is currently managed by resorting to the Model Based Systems Engineering (MBSE), aimed to decompose the systems complexity, to the Lean Manufacturing, allowing to achieve the targets of Quality, Cost and Delivery (QCD), and to the enabling technologies of the Smart Manufacturing. Those three approaches are still assumed completely uncoupled, against the evidence of the disruptive power of their mutual and full integration, as is herein discussed. This integration looks the goal to be achieved for a definitive assessment of the so-called strategic initiative “Industry 4.0”, as is currently promoted worldwide to improve the industrial productivity.
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