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Weber, Christian;
Produkte und Produktentwicklungsprozesse abbilden mit Hilfe von Merkmalen und Eigenschaften - eine kritische Zwischenbilanz. - In: Design for X : Beiträge zum 23. DfX-Symposium Oktober 2012.. - Hamburg : TuTech Verl., ISBN 978-3-941492-51-6, (2012), S. 25-62
Birkhofer, Herbert; Lindemann, Udo; Weber, Christian;
A view on design: the German perspective. - In: Journal of mechanical design. - New York, NY : ASME, ISSN 1528-9001, Bd. 134 (2012), 11, S. 110301, insges. 3 S.
- Guest editorial
Nagel, Thomas; Lienig, Jens; Bönisch, Iris; Reifegerste, Frank; Chilian, Gunhild; König, Heidi
Technisches Zeichnen : Grundwissen für Studenten der Elektronik, Elektrotechnik, Feinwerktechnik und Mechatronik ; Anhang. - In: Grundlagen der Konstruktion. - München [u.a.] : Hanser, (2012), S. 267-315

Holle, Wolfgang; Weber, Christian; Husung, Stephan
Virtuelles Produkt und Montagekosten. - In: Effizienzorientierte Prozessentwicklung. - Mittweida : Hochsch. Mittweida, (2012), S. 69-72

Lovasz, Erwin-Christian; Perju, Dan; Corves, Burkhard; Brix, Torsten; Modler, Karl-Heinz; Maniu, Inocen¸tiu; Gruescu, C. M.; Lovasz, Agneta; Ciupe, Valentin
Multilingual illustrated [mu]-thesaurus in mechanisms science. - In: Mechanisms, transmissions and applications. - Dordrecht [u.a.] : Springer, ISBN 978-94-007-2726-7, (2012), S. 47-58

Lonij, Guido; Corves, Burkhard; Reeßing, Michael; Razum, Matthias
Application of the research environment e-Kinematix in mechanism development. - In: Advances in mechanisms design. - Dordrecht [u.a.] : Springer, (2012), S. 27-33

Brix, Torsten; Brecht, Rike; Henkel, Veit; Reeßing, Michael
DMG-Lib - an open access digital library as an exploration tool for historians and engineers. - In: Explorations in the history of machines and mechanisms. - Dordrecht [u.a.] : Springer, (2012), S. 579-592

Weber, Christian;
Idea - invention - innovation: strategies, approaches, research challenges. - In: Design 2012. - Zagreb, (2012), S. 1265-1274
- Book of abstracts S. 20

Since its beginnings Design Theory and Methodology (DTM) has dealt with understanding and supporting (product) innovation. Today, increased innovation activities are paid great attention for many reasons. This article tries to contribute to the discussion about innovation and innovation methods from the perspective of DTM by reasoning about innovation strategies and approaches and by drawing conclusions for research challenges. In contrast to many other contributions, it has its main focus on "incremental innovation", i.e. improving existing products.

Hesse, Miriam; Weber, Christian;
Manufacturability and validation methods in passenger car development - an industrial case study. - In: Design 2012. - Zagreb, (2012), S. 929-936
- Book of abstracts S. 45

Through the late advancements in visualisation, simulation and Rapid Prototyping technologies, the field of application of Virtual and Rapid Prototyping techniques for verification and validation has expanded and many different methods have been developed and applied besides the build of physical prototypes. In order to gain better understanding of the validation of manufacturability, this paper introduces a model of validation methods and provides an industrial case study examining problem types occurring throughout automotive product development and production.

Husung, Stephan; Holle, Wolfgang; Hilmer, Florian; Weber, Christian
Permanently estimation of assembly costs during product development. - In: Design 2012. - Zagreb, (2012), S. 497-504
- Book of abstracts S. 34

In product development processes computer-based tools are indispensable for the support of synthesis and analysis steps. For an effi cient process short closed loops are necessary, i.e. generating information about the impact of modifi cations of product characteristics on the properties. Therefore, one requirement is a continuous use of virtual prototypes. A relevant product property is the behaviour during the assembly. In this paper, a method and a tool is presented which enables an estimation of time and costs for manual assembly during product development, based on virtual prototypes.