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Set-based design: a review and new directions

Boris Toche, Robert Pellerin and Clément Fortin

Article (2020)

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Set-based design (SBD), sometimes referred to as set-based concurrent engineering (SBCE), has emerged as an important component of lean product development (LPD) with all researchers describing it as a core enabler of LPD. Research has explored the principles underlying LPD and SBCE, but methodologies for the practical implementation need to be better understood. A review of SBD is performed in this article in order to discover and analyse the key aspects to consider when developing a model and methodology to transition to SBCE. The publications are classified according to a new framework, which allows us to map the topology of the relevant SBD literature from two perspectives: the research paradigms and the coverage of the generic creative design process (Formulation–Synthesis–Analysis–Evaluation–Documentation–Reformulation). It is found that SBD has a relatively low theoretical development, but there is a steady increase in the diversity of contributions. The literature abounds with methods, guidelines and tools to implement SBCE, but they rarely rely on a model that is in the continuum of a design process model, product model or knowledge-based model with the aim of federating the three Ps (People–Product–Process) towards SBCE and LPD in traditional industrial contexts.

Uncontrolled Keywords

Design research, product development, lean product development, concurrent engineering, set-based concurrent engineering, set-based design

Subjects: 1600 Industrial engineering > 1600 Industrial engineering
1600 Industrial engineering > 1601 Operations research and management science
1600 Industrial engineering > 1603 Logistics
1600 Industrial engineering > 1606 Operations management
2100 Mechanical engineering > 2100 Mechanical engineering
Department: Department of Mechanical Engineering
Department of Mathematics and Industrial Engineering
Research Center: Other
PolyPublie URL: https://publications.polymtl.ca/9280/
Journal Title: Design Science (vol. 6)
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
DOI: 10.1017/dsj.2020.16
Official URL: https://doi.org/10.1017/dsj.2020.16
Date Deposited: 01 Mar 2023 13:44
Last Modified: 23 May 2023 22:12
Cite in APA 7: Toche, B., Pellerin, R., & Fortin, C. (2020). Set-based design: a review and new directions. Design Science, 6, 41 pages. https://doi.org/10.1017/dsj.2020.16

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