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MODELING PARAMETER ANALYSIS DESIGN MOVES WITH C-K THEORY

Abstract : The parameter analysis methodology of conceptual design is studied in this paper with the help of C-K theory. Each of the fundamental design moves is explained and defined as a specific sequence of C-K operators and a case study of designing airborne decelerators is used to demonstrate the modeling of the parameter analysis process in C-K terms. The theory is used to explain how recovery from an initial fixation took place, leading to a breakthrough in the design process. It is shown that the efficiency and innovative power of parameter analysis is based on C-space " de-partitioning ". In addition, the role of K-space in driving the concept development process is highlighted.
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Ehud Kroll, Pascal Le Masson, Benoit Weil. MODELING PARAMETER ANALYSIS DESIGN MOVES WITH C-K THEORY. International Conference on Engineering Design, 2013, Séoul, South Korea. ⟨hal-01485086⟩

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