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NFFP4 - Experience feedback

NFFP4 - Experience feedback

Published: 15 May 2007

National Aviation Engineering Research Programme
Project: V4103 Experience feedback



It is a central issue to be able to use the experience and knowledge in an organization in order to be competitive. Companies choose to specialize and focus on specific areas to some extent due to the reasoning that the company’s competitiveness will increase by offering products and services within a defined area. A prerequisite for success is that the experience if the organization is capture and reused in a competitive manner.

The application that is considered for the project concerns issues that arise when fabricating jet engine components. This will give a clear view on what experiences and what knowledge that is needed to feedback, on one hand to the “upstream” activities, i.e. product development, and on the other hand to the upcoming production.

The aim of the project is to develop an ability to engineer fabricated jet engine components through methods and system support for feedback of knowledge and experience into the product development process (product and process definitions). Experimental verification is supposedly used to secure the applicability of the developed methods.


Project Leader FPD: Tobias Larsson
Staff FPD: Henrik Nergård
Type: Research
Key research area: Engineering Design
Functional Products
Knowledge Enabled Engineering
Application area: Aeronautics and Space
Time frame: 2007-2009
Funding: 4 MSEK
Partners: VINNOVA
Volvo Aero AB

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