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Tailoring the V-Model for Optics: A Methodology for Optomechatronic Systems

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Peer-Phillip Ley, Marvin Knöchelmann, Alexander Gordon Wolf, Roland Johann Lachmayer
Abstract

The integration of optical technologies into once purely mechatronic systems enables innovative functions, but simultaneously increases the complexity of previous mechatronic system development. Therefore, a process has been elaborated to develop these so-called optomechatronic systems by Knöchelmann at the Institute of Product Development at Leibniz University Hanover, which is based on the V-Model of VDI 2206 and can be applied to various fields of application. For a target-oriented development in a specific product context and for systems with competing main requirements, detailing and adapting the process is recommended. High-resolution lighting systems are one of them, where requirements for high optical efficiency and image quality lead to a conflict of objectives. Focusing on the optics domain, Ley elaborated methods for the preliminary and detailed design of high-resolution lighting systems to address the aforementioned conflict of objectives. This contribution focuses on the integration of Ley’s design methods into Knöchelmann’s process model within the phases of system design and domain-specific design, allowing us to analyze the impact of the system design on the fulfillment of main requirements to achieve an optimal solution of the conflict of objectives. To illustrate this, the integrated process model is described using an example from automotive lighting technology.

Organisation(s)
Institute of Motion Engineering and Mechanism Design
PhoenixD: Photonics, Optics, and Engineering - Innovation Across Disciplines
Type
Article
Journal
Applied Sciences (Switzerland)
Volume
12
ISSN
2076-3417
Publication date
03.08.2022
Publication status
Published
Peer reviewed
Yes
ASJC Scopus subject areas
Engineering(all), Instrumentation, Materials Science(all), Fluid Flow and Transfer Processes, Process Chemistry and Technology, Computer Science Applications
Electronic version(s)
https://doi.org/10.3390/app12157798 (Access: Open)