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Design process modelling and simulation using P3: A case study from the IPAS project at Rolls-Royce, Civil Aerospace

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Abstract: Rolls-Royce plc is a world-leading provider of power systems and services. Essential to Rolls-Royce’s continuing business success is closer integration of new product design, new service design and the experience gained from the operation of existing products and services in the field. As part of the IPAS project (www.3worlds.org), the speaker has been working with Rolls-Royce, Civil Aerospace to model and simulate the earliest stages of the design process for civil jet engines and thereby develop and evaluate process changes in order to include service considerations from the start. In this seminar the speaker will present the results of the work done to date and his observations on modelling and simulating complex design processes and the tools required to do this. The presentation will include a demonstration of the P3 Applied Signposting software (www-edc.eng.cam.ac.uk/p3/), which is being developed within the EDC and is the modelling and simulation tool used in this project.

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