Model Based Design with Systems Engineering Based on RFLP Using V6

  • Sven KleinerEmail author
  • Christoph Kramer
Part of the Lecture Notes in Production Engineering book series (LNPE)


Today, coping with the different workflows, methods and tools of this inter-disciplinary approach to product development throughout a product’s life-cycle is the key challenge for a company. There is evidently a need for requirements engineering and management, as well as model-based design and engineering. More specifically, however, what is required is a unique and integrated methodology for requirements engineering and management, functional and logical design, as well as physical design in different domains for the multi-disciplinary development process based on a Systems Engineering approach early in the design process. In this paper, the RFLP approach (Requirements – Functional – Logical – Physical) will be presented as the baseline for model-based design with Systems Engineering that enable close interaction and collaboration between the different engineering disciplines render resources and processes more efficient, enhance quality, and ensure that the target system ultimately meets the requirements, while reducing design cycle time and engineering lead time.


Systems Engineering RFLP Requirements Engineering and Management Functional & Logical Design Mechanical Design V6 


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  1. 1.em Engineering Methods AGDarmstadtGermany

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