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MBSE and the Business of Engineering

Presenter: Pawel Chadzynski, Aras
To deal with growing product complexity and tie requirements through functional, logical and physical product structure (RFLP), organizations are moving to implement Model Based Systems Engineering (MBSE). Learn how to take the "BS" out of MBSE and provide a foundation for tomorrow's product development processes.

MBSE and the Business of Engineering

  1. 1. © 2016 Aras aras.com
  2. 2. MBSE and the Business of Engineering Pawel Chadzynski Sr. Director, Product Management pchadzynski@aras.com © 2016 Aras aras.com MBSE and the Business of Engineering Pawel Chadzynski
  3. 3. Product complexity is increasing And creating system design challenges Product Complexity Time 2D Mechanical Electrical Electronic Software Connected Product as a Service 3D Mechanical Systems of Systems © 2016 Aras aras.com Early Products Smart Products Smart Connected Products Product as a System
  4. 4. Product vs. Behavior  Is plane a product with lots of parts?  Or is it a system with behavior working with lots of other systems with behavior? © 2016 Aras aras.com • Are these cars products with lots of parts? • Or is it a system with behavior working with lots of other systems with behaviors?
  5. 5. Product vs. Behavior  Is plane a product with lots of parts?  Or is it a system with behavior working with lots of other systems with behavior? © 2016 Aras aras.com • Are these cars products with lots of parts? • Or is it a system with behavior working with lots of other systems with behaviors? Forces new organizational thinking
  6. 6. CI=103 CI=105 CI=108 Evolution of system complexity Mechanical Mechatronic Mech/Elec/Software/Network © 2016 Aras aras.com • Behavior and network connectivity • Continuous replacement and evolution • Traceability and re-evaluation CI = NOC + SLOC CI – Configuration Items NOC – Network Operations Center SLOC – Software Lines Of Code
  7. 7. V-Process supports Systems Engineering © 2016 Aras aras.com Sub-system integration Requirements System architecting System validation System integration Sub-system design Component test Component design Needs System Process, manufacture, assembly In theory
  8. 8. In reality V-Process supports Systems Engineering © 2016 Aras aras.com Sub-system integration Requirements System architecting System validation System integration Sub-system design Component test Component design Needs System Process, manufacture, assembly In theory Needs System Requirements System architecting System validation System integration Sub-system integration Sub-system design Process, manufacture, assembly Component test Component design Domain handoff gaps
  9. 9. In reality V-Process supports Systems Engineering © 2016 Aras aras.com Sub-system integration Requirements System architecting System validation System integration Sub-system design Component test Component design Needs System Process, manufacture, assembly In theory Needs System SEM MES Requirements System architecting System validation System integration Sub-system integration Sub-system design Process, manufacture, assembly Component test Component design Domain silos: Mechanical Electronic Software
  10. 10. In reality V-Process supports Systems Engineering © 2016 Aras aras.com Sub-system integration Requirements System architecting System validation System integration Sub-system design Component test Component design Needs System Process, manufacture, assembly In theory Behavior appears after integration!!!Needs System SEM MES Requirements System architecting System validation System integration Sub-system integration Sub-system design Process, manufacture, assembly Component test Component design
  11. 11. 1. Structure 2. Behavior 3. Requirements 4. Parametrics From SE to MBSE © 2016 Aras aras.com  Specifications  Interface requirements  System design  Analysis and trade-off  Test plans Replacing documents with models, behaviors, and interfaces
  12. 12. MBSE is not MBD/3D Mockup © 2016 Aras aras.com Both eliminate paper documents/drawings but only MBSE captures system behavior MBD – Model Based Drawing/DesignMBSE – Model-Based Systems Engineering 1. Structure 2. Behavior 3. Requirements 4. Parametrics
  13. 13. MBSE thrives on cross-discipline collaboration © 2016 Aras aras.com “Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) is the formalized application of modeling to support system requirements, design, analysis, verification and validation activities beginning in the conceptual design phase and continuing throughout development and later life cycle phases.” - INCOSE Mechanical System View
  14. 14. V-Process with MBSE © 2016 Aras aras.com  Moves creative design work to the left  Repeats in each domain  Repeats cross-domains  Requires new tools Verification Meets requirements Validation Meets the purpose Requirements System architecting System validation System integration Sub-system integration Sub-system design Process, manufacture, assembly SEM MES Component test Component design Needs System Verification Meets requirements Validation Meets the purpose Behavior part of every design step Behavior known before integration!!!
  15. 15. MBSE relies on multiple tools © 2016 Aras aras.com REQ model SysML model Simulation AML/Software MCAD ECAD Timing Thermal Stress etc. Physical test Hybrid test QPP 3D Mockup ERP/MRP E-M BOM Change process Documentation etc. Requirements System architecting System validation System integration Sub-system integration Sub-system design Process, manufacture, assembly SEM MES Component test Component design Needs System
  16. 16. Requirements System architecting System validation System integration Sub-system integration Sub-system design Process, manufacture, assembly SEM MES Component test Component design Needs System MBSE implementation challenges © 2016 Aras aras.com Managing MBSE model versions and revisions (change) Linking discipline-specific Design models to MBSE models for V&VLinking Simulation models to MBSE models for V&V Linking Test results to MBSE models for V&V Managing model lifecycles, approval and change processes, access Requirements continually evolving during design process It took Thales 10 years from first consideration to company-wide deployment of MBSE Source: 25th Annual INCOSE International Symposium, 7/2015
  17. 17. Closing traceability gaps & preventing them from occurring © 2016 Aras aras.com MBSE Digital Twin Links to a domain structure Links to the Systems Engineering decomposition Systems Engineering decomposition Domain structure
  18. 18. ALM Structure MBSE Logical to Physical Create design Create design Create design MCAD Structure ECAD Structure Reference RL from SE Create structures & link to Logical Blocks Create structures & link to Logical Blocks Create structures & link to Logical Blocks SE Logical SE Requirements Reference domains Create SE structure Reference RL from SE Reference RL from SE Create a model © 2016 Aras aras.com SE/MBSE ALM/CAD/MBSE ALM Requirements MCAD Requirements ECAD Requirements PLM –Product and MBSE Integrating MBSE models with PLM product structures ALM SE MCAD ECAD
  19. 19. MBSE/PLM use cases The goal is a connected model and product with full traceability © 2016 Aras aras.com
  20. 20. MBSE/PLM use cases The goal is a connected model and product with full traceability  Top/Down – System model first, then detailed Product design © 2016 Aras aras.com 1 1
  21. 21. MBSE/PLM use cases The goal is a connected model and product with full traceability  Top/Down – System model first, then detailed Product design  Reverse modeling – System model from an existing Product design © 2016 Aras aras.com 1 2 1 2
  22. 22. MBSE/PLM use cases The goal is a connected model and product with full traceability  Top/Down – System model first, then detailed Product design  Reverse modeling – System model from an existing Product design  Redesign – System model and Product design exist, requirements changed © 2016 Aras aras.com 1 1 2 2 3 3
  23. 23. Benefits of MBSE/PLM integration  Persistent administration in an extended PLM and/or ALM System for MBSE artifacts  Integration of MBSE into the enterprise ECM (Engineering Change Management) and CM (Configuration Management) processes  Managed access control  Visualization of the MBSE artifacts  Data exchange in the early phase based on standards © 2016 Aras aras.com
  24. 24. Business of Engineering  Product complexity continues to rise © 2016 Aras aras.com
  25. 25. Business of Engineering  Product complexity continues to rise  MBSE provides powerful tools to synthesize the design of complex systems © 2016 Aras aras.com
  26. 26. Business of Engineering  Product complexity continues to rise  MBSE provides powerful tools to synthesize the design of complex systems  MBSE needs to be part of an overall traceability and configuration management philosophy © 2016 Aras aras.com
  27. 27. Business of Engineering  Product complexity continues to rise  MBSE provides powerful tools to synthesize the design of complex systems  MBSE needs to be part of an overall traceability and configuration management philosophy  Strong, foundational CM throughout product lifecycle is a REQUIREMENT to realize MBSE benefits © 2016 Aras aras.com
  28. 28. Business of Engineering  Product complexity continues to rise  MBSE provides powerful tools to synthesize the design of complex systems  MBSE needs to be part of an overall traceability and configuration management philosophy  Strong, foundational CM throughout product lifecycle is a REQUIREMENT to realize MBSE benefits © 2016 Aras aras.com Aras architecture provides Future Proof Enterprise PLM with industry leading CM capability
  29. 29. Partnering with  TU Kaiserslautern: Proof of Concept (MagicDraw)  Airbus/IBM/Aras: OSLC-based ALM/PLM integration  XPLM/No Magic: MagicDraw integration  Aras/Altium: Bringing ECAD into MBSE © 2016 Aras aras.com
  30. 30. Acknowledgements  Airbus  IBM  Dr. Eigner, TU Kaiserslautern  Dr. Zhang, AVIC  Altium  No Magic  ProSTEP  INCOSE  OMG  OASIS  XPLM © 2016 Aras aras.com
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