Development of a product platform for ship locks using DSM methods

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During the coming decades, a significant number of ship locks in the Netherlands is due for replacement or renovation. In this respect, Rijkswaterstaat (RWS), the executive branch of the Dutch Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management, is investigating the options while allowing for the necessary variety in lock configurations to meet lock location specific requirements. This paper presents the development of a product platform for locks to standardize selected lock components and to reduce the level of variety within the portfolio. Considering components and parameters, that are the main determinants in civil-mechanic lock design, the required solution freedom in choosing component types is determined to arrive at feasible lock configurations. Feasible configurations are determined for the locks in the RWS portfolio. A component and design process DSM analysis is carried out to arrive at a decision sequence for selecting component types to configure a lock.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of the 21st International Dependency and Structure Modeling (DSM) Conference
EditorsHarold (Mike) Stowe, Tyson R. Browning, Steven D. Eppinger, Jintin Tran, Paulo Montijo
Place of PublicationGlasgow
PublisherDesign Society
Pages153-163
Number of pages11
ISBN (Electronic)978-1-912254-06-4
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Sep 2019
Event21st International Dependency and Structure Modeling Conference, DSM 2019 - Monterey, United States
Duration: 23 Sep 201925 Sep 2019

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Conference21st International Dependency and Structure Modeling Conference, DSM 2019
CountryUnited States
CityMonterey
Period23/09/1925/09/19

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Knippenberg, S. C. M., Etman, L. F. P. P., Rooda, J. E. K., Houwing, E. J., & Vogel, J. A. (2019). Development of a product platform for ship locks using DSM methods. In H. M. Stowe, T. R. Browning, S. D. Eppinger, J. Tran, & P. Montijo (Eds.), Proceedings of the 21st International Dependency and Structure Modeling (DSM) Conference (pp. 153-163). Glasgow: Design Society. https://doi.org/10.35199/dsm2019.15
Knippenberg, Sjoerd C.M. ; Etman, L.F.P. (Pascal) ; Rooda, Jacobus E. (Koos) ; Houwing, E.J. ; Vogel, J.A. / Development of a product platform for ship locks using DSM methods. Proceedings of the 21st International Dependency and Structure Modeling (DSM) Conference. editor / Harold (Mike) Stowe ; Tyson R. Browning ; Steven D. Eppinger ; Jintin Tran ; Paulo Montijo. Glasgow : Design Society, 2019. pp. 153-163
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Knippenberg, SCM, Etman, LFPP, Rooda, JEK, Houwing, EJ & Vogel, JA 2019, Development of a product platform for ship locks using DSM methods. in HM Stowe, TR Browning, SD Eppinger, J Tran & P Montijo (eds), Proceedings of the 21st International Dependency and Structure Modeling (DSM) Conference. Design Society, Glasgow, pp. 153-163, 21st International Dependency and Structure Modeling Conference, DSM 2019, Monterey, United States, 23/09/19. https://doi.org/10.35199/dsm2019.15

Development of a product platform for ship locks using DSM methods. / Knippenberg, Sjoerd C.M.; Etman, L.F.P. (Pascal); Rooda, Jacobus E. (Koos); Houwing, E.J.; Vogel, J.A.

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Knippenberg SCM, Etman LFPP, Rooda JEK, Houwing EJ, Vogel JA. Development of a product platform for ship locks using DSM methods. In Stowe HM, Browning TR, Eppinger SD, Tran J, Montijo P, editors, Proceedings of the 21st International Dependency and Structure Modeling (DSM) Conference. Glasgow: Design Society. 2019. p. 153-163 https://doi.org/10.35199/dsm2019.15