Home » Product Lifecycle Management

Product Lifecycle Management

Advertisements

Sahadev Roy

Dept. of ECE,
NIT Arunachal Pradesh
Email: sdr.ece@nitap.in

Abstract

The Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) idea grasps guarantee of incorporating all the necessary information generated all year round in any industry or manufacturing plant. All the managers and technical level worker related to each product with the main functions of a cycle and with the original suppliers, customers. The PLM system is a technique that implements the exact concept of lifestyle management including product information-modeling which may support the custom range or full range of data delivery. A behavioral-level conceptual model and corresponding hierarchic rendering relationship defines as a master model and functional model. Product domain-specific aspects- and two transitions, ideal models and mapping are called, master models and other are functional mode. The purpose of the structure: (1) Accrue products, design logic, gathering, and acceptance data from the first to the conceptual Design phase – where designers are involved in product function and performance – with whole life cycle; (2) Simplify simplicity Interaction of latest computer-aided design and drafting; And (3) captures the evolution of family of products and products. The structure in the proposed system is a structure that can access any material information directly from the product life system management.

Keywords

Design-analysis integration model;

PLM system architecture;

Product family evolution model (PFEM);

Product lifecycle management;

Reference product model.

Cited as

Sahadev Roy,Product Lifecycle Management, International Journal of Advanced Engineering and Management, 3(1): 12-16, 2018.

download pdf

References

  1. Sudarsan, R., Fenves, S. J., Sriram, R. D., & Wang, F. (2005). A product information modeling framework for product lifecycle management. Computer-aided design, 37(13), 1399-1411.
  2. Ameri, F., & Dutta, D. (2005). Product lifecycle management: closing the knowledge loops. Computer-Aided Design and Applications, 2(5), 577-590.
  3. Kang, L., Chung, B. G., Langer, R., & Khademhosseini, A. (2008). Microfluidics for drug discovery and development: from target selection to product lifecycle management. Drug discovery today, 13(1-2), 1-13.
  4. Lee, S. G., Ma, Y. S., Thimm, G. L., & Verstraeten, J. (2008). Product lifecycle management in aviation maintenance, repair and overhaul. Computers in industry, 59(2-3), 296-303.
  5. Terzi, S., Bouras, A., Dutta, D., Garetti, M., & Kiritsis, D. (2010). Product lifecycle management–from its history to its new role. International Journal of Product Lifecycle Management, 4(4), 360-389.
  6. Hines, P., Francis, M., & Found, P. (2006). Towards lean product lifecycle management: a framework for new product development. Journal of Manufacturing Technology Management, 17(7), 866-887.
  7. Hines, P., Francis, M., & Found, P. (2006). Towards lean product lifecycle management: a framework for new product development. Journal of Manufacturing Technology Management, 17(7), 866-887.
  8. Alemanni, M., Destefanis, F., & Vezzetti, E. (2011). Model-based definition design in the product lifecycle management scenario. The International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology, 52(1-4), 1-14.
  9. Ming, X. G., Yan, J. Q., Wang, X. H., Li, S. N., Lu, W. F., Peng, Q. J., & Ma, Y. S. (2008). Collaborative process planning and manufacturing in product lifecycle management. Computers in Industry, 59(2-3), 154-166.
  10. Alemanni, M., Destefanis, F., & Vezzetti, E. (2011). Model-based definition design in the product lifecycle management scenario. The International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology, 52(1-4), 1-14.
  11. Ming, X. G., Yan, J. Q., Lu, W. F., & Ma, D. Z. (2005). Technology solutions for collaborative product lifecycle management–status review and future trend. Concurrent Engineering, 13(4), 311-319.
  12. Ming, X. G., Yan, J. Q., Lu, W. F., & Ma, D. Z. (2005). Technology solutions for collaborative product lifecycle management–status review and future trend. Concurrent Engineering, 13(4), 311-319.
  13. Li, J., Tao, F., Cheng, Y., & Zhao, L. (2015). Big data in product lifecycle management. The International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology, 81(1-4), 667-684.
  14. Subrahmanian, E., Rachuri, S., Fenves, S. J., Foufou, S., & Sriram, R. D. (2005). Product lifecycle management support: a challenge in supporting product design and manufacturing in a networked economy. International Journal of Product Lifecycle Managemen.
  15. Srinivasan, V. (2011). An integration framework for product lifecycle management. Computer-aided design, 43(5), 464-478.
  16. Huang, S. X., & FAN, Y. S. (2004). Overview of product lifecycle management. Computer Integrated Manufacturing Systems-Beijing-, 10(1), 1-9.
  17. Srinivasan, V. (2011). An integration framework for product lifecycle management. Computer-aided design, 43(5), 464-478.
  18. Venkatasubramanian, V. (2005). Prognostic and diagnostic monitoring of complex systems for product lifecycle management: Challenges and opportunities. Computers & chemical engineering, 29(6), 1253-1263.
  19. Chiang, T. A., & Trappey, A. J. (2007). Development of value chain collaborative model for product lifecycle management and its LCD industry adoption. International Journal of Production Economics, 109(1-2), 90-104.
  20. Thomas, V., Neckel, W., & Wagner, S. (1999). Information Technology and product lifecycle management. In Electronics and the Environment, 1999. ISEE-1999. Proceedings of the 1999 IEEE International Symposium on (pp. 54-57). IEEE.
  21. Zheng, L. Y., McMahon, C. A., Li, L., Ding, L., & Jamshidi, J. (2008). Key characteristics management in product lifecycle management: a survey of methodologies and practices. Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part B: Journal of Engineering Manufacture, 222(8), 989-1008.steakhouse-1
Advertisements
%d bloggers like this: