PLM Research Q4 2015

This page lists the 29 journal articles, technical reports, books and theses citing Product Lifecycle Management: Paradigm for 21st Century Product Realisation that Google Scholar added in Q4 2015.

 

  1. G. Shirale, R. Buktar (Sardar Patel College of Engineering, Mumbai, India); PLM Implementation Effects in Heavy Engineering Industry: A Case Study Details
  2. P. Hexley, V. Smith, S. Wall (University of Nebraska, Omaha, Nebraska, USA); Operational Changes in a Shared Resource Laboratory with the Use of a Product Lifecycle Management Approach: A Case Study Details
  3. V. Simoes (École Centrale de Nantes, France); Génération de Trajectoires "On-line" pour Machine à Commande Numérique Ouverte dans un Environnement de Programmation Avancée STEP-NC Details
  4. L. Horváth, I. Rudas (Óbuda University, Budapest, Hungary); Request Driven Generation of RFLP Elements at Product Definition Details
  5. N. Hartman, C. Kenley (Purdue University, USA); Product Lifecycle Management: The Salvation of Systems Engineering Details
  6. J. Badurek (Gdańsk University of Technology, Poland); Przedsiębiorstwo informacyjne : systemy produkcyjne nowej generacji Details
  7. L. Horvath, I. Rudas, M. Takacs (Óbuda University, Budapest, Hungary); Content representation structure for product system modeling Details
  8. B. Schindlbeck (University of Passau, Germany); Verbreitung und Durchdringung von Business-to-Business Technologien. Interaktive Formulare als alternative Technologie zur Unterstützung des Informationsaustauschs zwischen Unternehmen Details
  9. J. Pulakka (Tampere University of Applied Sciences, Finland); Viivakoodikamerat osana renkaan jäljitettävyyttä Details
  10. A. Serester, G. Hidas, G. Szogi, P. Galambos (Óbuda University, Budapest, Hungary); Testing and verification through virtual product models: A survey and look ahead Details
  11. S. Andrade, T. Monteiro, H. Gaspar (Aalesund University College, Norway); Product Lifecycle Management in ship design: From concept to decommission in a virtual environment Details
  12. J. Gati, F. Hegyesi, K. Nemethy, G. Kartyas (Obuda University, Budapest, Hungary); New education challenges in engineering course programs Details
  13. O. Borgia, N. Fanciullacci, S. Franchi, M. Tucci (University of Florence, Italy); The use of product information along its entire lifecycle: a practical framework for continuous development Details
  14. F. Blaga, A-V Pele, I. Stanasel, T. Buidos, V. Hule (University of Oradea, Romania); Using Teamcenter engineering software for a successive punching tool lifecycle management Details
  15. I. Ilyin, O. Iliashenko, K. Makov, K. Frolov (St. Petersburg State Polytechnical University, Russia); Developing a reference model of the information system architecture of high-tech enterprises Details
  16. J. Conlon (University of Huddersfield, UK); Embedding Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) in Higher Education: A Case Study in Fashion Business Details
  17. G. Pavani (Instituto Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Farroupilha, Brasil), S. Pavani (Universidade Federal de Santa Maria, Brasil), C. Ferreira (Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Porto Alegre, Brasil); Carbon Fiber Recycling of Carbon Fiber Reinforced Polymeric Reservoirs for Compressed Natural Gas Details
  18. M. Giddaluru, J. Gao, R. Bhatti, S. Shah (University of Greenwich, UK); Requirements analysis in the implementation of integrated PLM, ERP and CAD systems Details
  19. M Jacob, J Erasmus (Council for Scientific and Industrial Research, Pretoria, South Africa); The drivers and factors influencing PLM adoption and selection Details
  20. M. Imran, R. Young (Loughborough University, UK); Reference ontologies for interoperability across multiple assembly systems Details
  21. R. Mozzillo (Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II, Italy); Virtual engineering tools supporting mechanical systems design and lifecycle management Details
  22. J Erasmus, M Jacob, L Erasmus (Council for Scientific and Industrial Research, Pretoria, South Africa); The need for PLM in South Africa Details
  23. H. Li, G. Luo, S. Mi (Zhengzhou University, China), Y. Ji (Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China); A modular structure data modeling method for generalized products Details
  24. T. Kauppinen (Savonia University of Applied Sciences, Finland); Product Structure Management in After-sales Operations Details
  25. C. Eckl, M. Brandstätter, (Technische Universität München, Germany), J. Stjepandic (PROSTEP AG, Germany); Using the "Model-based Systems Engineering" Technique for Multidisciplinary System Development Details
  26. M. Cantamessa, F. Montagna (Politecnico di Torino, Italy); The Product Development Process Details
  27. S. Leino (Tampere University of Technology, Finland); Reframing the value of virtual prototyping Details
  28. J. Stjepandic (PROSTEP AG, Germany), W. Verhagen (Technical University of Delft, The Netherlands), N. Wognum (Wageningen University, The Netherlands); CE Challenges - Work to Do Details
  29. I. Salo (Helsinki Metropolia University of Applied Sciences, Finland); Fastener Data Analysis Details