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Intégration Produit-Process appliquée à la sélection de procédés de Fabrication Additive

Abstract : The doctoral research focuses to build an integrated approach that can simultaneously handle the product and process parameters related to additive manufacturing (AM). Since, market dynamics of today are constantly evolving, drivers such as mass customization strategies, shorter product development cycles, a large pool of materials to choose from, abundant manufacturing processes, etc., have made it essential to choose the right compromise of materials, manufacturing processes and associated machines in early stages of design considering the Design for AM guidelines. As several criteria, material attributes and process functionality requirements are involved for decision making in the industries, the thesis introduces a generic decision methodology, based on multi-criteria decision-making tools, that can not only provide a set of compromised AM materials, processes and machines but will also act as a guideline for designers to achieve a strong foothold in the AM industry by providing practical solutions containing design oriented and feasible material-machine combinations from a database of 38 renowned AM vendors in the world today.
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Uzair Khaleeq Uz Zaman. Intégration Produit-Process appliquée à la sélection de procédés de Fabrication Additive. Génie des procédés. Ecole nationale supérieure d'arts et métiers - ENSAM; National University of Sciences and Technology (Pakistan), 2019. Français. ⟨NNT : 2019ENAM0006⟩. ⟨tel-02065495⟩



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