Lecture 08E - Interior Design (Design Studio and Engineering Criteria) (1).pdf

Lecture 08E - Interior Design (Design Studio and Engineering Criteria) (1).pdf

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Design Studio and Engineering Criteria The Coarse to Fine Balancing Methodology Tim Boundy GM Technical Fellow, Interior Engineering, GM November 6, 2015
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Agenda Introduction Overview The Vehicle Development Process What is criteria? Voice of the Customer Market research Theme Sketch and Free Expression Pushing the envelope Best for the customer Winning Coarse to Fine Development Progression and Evolution Engineering Criteria Safety Manufacturing Challenging Best Practices Summary Questions
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Introduction Design Studio Engineering Marketing Program Team Chief Engineer Dealerships Purchasing Manufacturing The Customer Surfaces / Color / Texture / Materials / Haptics Functionality / Durability / Quality / Manufacturing / Human Interface Voice of the Customer / Optional Content / Packages / Price / Profitability Overall Balancing / Customer Focus / Build Combinations / Cost / Mass / Investment Stamping / Suppliers / Installation / Build Quality Supplier Contracts / Costs Customer Interface and Satisfaction / Service
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Overview The Vehicle Development Process… Program Approval Start Of Production Concept Approval Surface Release Planning Design/Styling Surface Refinement Packaging Engineering Design Product Development & Validation Sourcing Analysis Tooling (Product & Manufacturing) Pilot Manuf. Validation Requirements Coarse balance and architectural development Theme sketching Surface creation Criteria development
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What is Criteria? Criteria: Describes the requirements of integrated components for Design Studios to use to develop creative surfaces
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Examples of Criteria Down vision angle 6 year old contact point Knee contact point Energy absorbing surfaces HVAC package size Pass airbag opening Pass airbag module Heel point Seat travel positions H-point & SGRP
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Criteria at a Vehicle Level The vehicle is architected using hundreds of criteria sections and 3D surfaces Criteria sections are positioned to set the vehicle proportions 2014 Chevy Tahoe
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Criteria for Maximum Interior Spaciousness Some criteria sections demonstrate the minimum packaging space between the interior and exterior surface of the vehicle This can lead to critical comments about the spaciousness of a vehicle interior (large exterior but small interior) Engineering works diligently to minimize the package space
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Demonstrates minimum allowable space between components Performance criteria Customer human interface criteria Component packaging criteria Manufacturing build criteria Criteria and Requirements Head Impact Performance (FMVSS201U) Customer Requirements (Use of Coat Hook) Component Door Frame Packaging Manufacturing (Weld Flat Requirements)
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Voice of the Customer
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  • Fall '10
  • MARGARETWOOLDRIDGE
  • Automobile safety, Engineering Criteria,  Engineering

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