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Student Number 964206003
Author Yu-Chuan Ke(柯郁娟)
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Department Graduate Institute of Industrial Management
Year 2008
Semester 2
Degree Master
Type of Document Master's Thesis
Language English
Title Integrating DSM and IDEF0 for Constructing the Product-Process Platform
Date of Defense 2009-06-16
Page Count 82
Keyword
  • ABC
  • DSM
  • IDEF0
  • product development
  • product platform
  • product process platform
  • Abstract  Facing the variety needs of customers, enterprises are pushing to speed up product development; in addition, the type of product is also more diversified. To accelerate the improvement of product upgrades and evolution, it usually develop product based on product platform. However, traditional product platform focuses on generic structure of products, functional demand of products, and the modularity and sharing of components, not considering the production of products corresponding to the process, activities and resources, and it could lead to the appearance of gap between product development and production activities.
     The study will construct a product-process platform in consideration of product and its production process in attempts to combine product platform and production process. It aims at integrating product structure and production process effectively and planning all members’ production plans aggregately in the supply chain in order to take a rapid responds to change at product development stage, even achieve:
     1. the diversity of products to utilize resources flexibility
     2. adjusting process to meet the of change components
     3. controlling production cost, time, and resources
     To construct a platform, this study decomposes product modular architecture with component-based DSM first. Then, we adopt IDEF0 to plan the production process to combine the operation with product structure, and achieving optimization process with task-based DSM. Besides, to estimate the cost with activity-based costing is also one of the priorities of development. To demonstrate the proposed framework for developing product-process platform, we use electronic reading device as an implementation example.
    Table of Content 中文摘要
    Abstract
    Table of Contents
    List of Figures
    List of Tables
    Chapter 1Introduction
    1.1 Background
    1.2 Motivation
    1.3 Research Objectives
    1.4 Research Framework
    Chapter 2 Literature Review
    2.1 Product Development
    2.1.1 Introduction
    2.1.2 Product Development Process
    2.1.3 Methodology of Product Development
    2.2 Product Platform
    2.2.1 Introduction
    2.2.2 Product Family Design
    2.2.3 Methodology of Product Platform Design
    2.3 Process Platform
    2.3.1 Introduction
    2.3.2 Production Configuration
    Chapter 3 Architecture of Product-Process Platform
    3.1 Introduction to Product-Process Platform
    3.1.1 Framework of Product-Process Platform
    3.1.2 Methodology Framework
    3.2 Methodology of Product-Process Platform
    3-2-1 Design Structure Matrix
    3-2-2 IDEF0
    3-2-3 Activity-Based Costing
    Chapter 4 Design of Product-Process Platform
    4.1 Product Structure Design
    4.1.1 Product Requirement Definition
    4.1.2 Product Modularity Design
    4.2 Product-Process Modeling
    4.2.1 Production Process Planning
    4.2.2 Product-Process Integration
    4.3 Cost Estimation
    4.3.1 Cost Calculation
    4.3.2 Cost Analysis
    Chapter 5 The Implementation of the Proposed Methodology
    5.1 Example description
    5.2 Implementation of the Product-Process Platform
    5.2.1 Product Modularity Design
    5.2.2 Product-Process Modeling
    5.2.3 Cost Estimation
    Chapter 6 Conclusion and Future Research
    6.1 Conclusion
    6.2 Future Research
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    Web-Site:
    The Design Structure Matrix website: http://www.dsmweb.org/
    The IDEF website: http://www.idef.com
    The SuppliNews website: http://www.isuppli.com/SuppliNews/sn090424.htm
    Advisor
  • Hsing-Pei Kao(高信培)
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    Date of Submission 2009-06-25

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