Appendix B: Case Studies Reviewed by the Committee

A Materials Selection Expert System for Corrosive Aqueous Environments, V. Weiss, Syracuse University, New York

Design for High-Speed Civil Transport Applications, P. Rimbos, HSCT Structures Technology Development, The Boeing Company, Seattle, Washington

The Role of Materials Engineers in Hardware Design, T. Richardson, 777 Airplane Development, The Boeing Company, Seattle, Washington

Allowables Perspective of Materials Selection in the Design Process, B.F. Backman, The Boeing Company, Seattle, Washington

Design Build Team (DBT) Approach to Product Development, H. Shomber, Design 777 Division, The Boeing Company, Seattle, Washington

DBT Experiences in Current Hardware Programs, A. Falco and T. Lackey, Design Engineers 777 Empennage, The Boeing Company, Seattle, Washington

Computer-Aided Design Tools Currently in Practice, T.S. Kaczmarek, Artificial Intelligence, General Motors Corporation, Warren, Michigan

Quality Assurance Perspective of DBT New Airplane Program, B. Das, 777 Quality Assurance/Quality Engineering, The Boeing Company, Seattle, Washington

NASA Funded ACT Program: COINS and COSTADE Design Tools, L. Ilcewicz, Advanced Technology Composite Aircraft Structures, The Boeing Company, Seattle, Washington

Composite Materials Selection: A Suppliers View Point, J. Hendrix, Hercules Incorporated Washington, DC

Constitutive Model-Based Material Product Design, O. Richmond, ALCOA, Alcoa Center, Pennsylvania

Intelligent Processing and Materials Modeling, W. Barker, ARPA, Department of Defense, Arlington, Virginia

Design Knowledge Capture for Corporate Memory, J. Boose, Boeing Advanced Technology Center, Computer Science, The Boeing Company, Seattle, Washington

Design Cost Model Studies for Advanced Composite Fuselage, G. Swanson, Advanced Technology Composite Aircraft Structures, The Boeing Company, Seattle, Washington

Material Selection for Commercial Airplanes, A. Miller, Beoing Materials Technology, The Boeing Company, Seattle, Washington

Integration of Material Service/Life-Cycle Considerations in the Design Process, A. Miller, Boeing Materials Technology, The Boeing Company, Seattle, Washington

Artificial Intelligence in Design of Materials and Structures, F. Crossman, Lockheed Palo Alto Research Laboratory, Palo Alto, California

Life Prediction Data/Methodology for a MSES, J. Schreurs, Westinghouse Electric Company, Westinghouse Science and Technology Center, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Knowledge-Engineering and Representation Methods for Material Selection, T.S. Kaczmarek, Artificial Intelligence, General Motors Corporation, Warren, Michigan

Superconductor Search: An Expert System for the Development of High-Temperature Superconductors, J. Schreurs, Westinghouse Electric Company, Westinghouse Science and Technology Center, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Design Specifications for Knowledge Based Systems for Materials Design, I. Hulthuse, Robotics Institute, Carnegie-Mellon University

An Intelligent Knowledge System for Critical Aerospace Systems, W.M. Griffith, Wright Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio

Advanced Materials Database System, W.M. Griffith, Wright Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio

Expert System for Failure Analysis of Aircraft Metallic Materials and Ground Support Equipment, W.M. Griffith, Wright Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio

A Database Management System for MMCs, W.M. Griffith, Wright Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio



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Appendix B: Case Studies Reviewed by the Committee A Materials Selection Expert System for Corrosive Aqueous Environments, V. Weiss, Syracuse University, New York Design for High-Speed Civil Transport Applications, P. Rimbos, HSCT Structures Technology Development, The Boeing Company, Seattle, Washington The Role of Materials Engineers in Hardware Design, T. Richardson, 777 Airplane Development, The Boeing Company, Seattle, Washington Allowables Perspective of Materials Selection in the Design Process, B.F. Backman, The Boeing Company, Seattle, Washington Design Build Team (DBT) Approach to Product Development, H. Shomber, Design 777 Division, The Boeing Company, Seattle, Washington DBT Experiences in Current Hardware Programs, A. Falco and T. Lackey, Design Engineers 777 Empennage, The Boeing Company, Seattle, Washington Computer-Aided Design Tools Currently in Practice, T.S. Kaczmarek, Artificial Intelligence, General Motors Corporation, Warren, Michigan Quality Assurance Perspective of DBT New Airplane Program, B. Das, 777 Quality Assurance/Quality Engineering, The Boeing Company, Seattle, Washington NASA Funded ACT Program: COINS and COSTADE Design Tools, L. Ilcewicz, Advanced Technology Composite Aircraft Structures, The Boeing Company, Seattle, Washington Composite Materials Selection: A Suppliers View Point, J. Hendrix, Hercules Incorporated Washington, DC Constitutive Model-Based Material Product Design, O. Richmond, ALCOA, Alcoa Center, Pennsylvania Intelligent Processing and Materials Modeling, W. Barker, ARPA, Department of Defense, Arlington, Virginia Design Knowledge Capture for Corporate Memory, J. Boose, Boeing Advanced Technology Center, Computer Science, The Boeing Company, Seattle, Washington Design Cost Model Studies for Advanced Composite Fuselage, G. Swanson, Advanced Technology Composite Aircraft Structures, The Boeing Company, Seattle, Washington Material Selection for Commercial Airplanes, A. Miller, Beoing Materials Technology, The Boeing Company, Seattle, Washington Integration of Material Service/Life-Cycle Considerations in the Design Process, A. Miller, Boeing Materials Technology, The Boeing Company, Seattle, Washington Artificial Intelligence in Design of Materials and Structures, F. Crossman, Lockheed Palo Alto Research Laboratory, Palo Alto, California Life Prediction Data/Methodology for a MSES, J. Schreurs, Westinghouse Electric Company, Westinghouse Science and Technology Center, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Knowledge-Engineering and Representation Methods for Material Selection, T.S. Kaczmarek, Artificial Intelligence, General Motors Corporation, Warren, Michigan Superconductor Search: An Expert System for the Development of High-Temperature Superconductors, J. Schreurs, Westinghouse Electric Company, Westinghouse Science and Technology Center, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Design Specifications for Knowledge Based Systems for Materials Design, I. Hulthuse, Robotics Institute, Carnegie-Mellon University An Intelligent Knowledge System for Critical Aerospace Systems, W.M. Griffith, Wright Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio Advanced Materials Database System, W.M. Griffith, Wright Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio Expert System for Failure Analysis of Aircraft Metallic Materials and Ground Support Equipment, W.M. Griffith, Wright Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio A Database Management System for MMCs, W.M. Griffith, Wright Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio

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Advanced Ceramics Information Systems, R.G. Munro, Ceramics Division, National Institute of Standards and Technology, Gaithersburg, Maryland M/Vision Materials Selection System, D. Marinaro, Software Engineering Group, PDA Engineering, Costa Mesa, California Design Information System, F. Crossman, Lockheed Palo Alto Research Laboratory, Palo Alto California Knowledge Based Integrated Design System (KIDS), H.L. Gegel, Director, Processing Science Division, Universal Energy Systems, Dayton, Ohio An Intelligent Knowledge System for Selection of Materials for Critical Aerospace Applications (IKSMAT), J.G. Kaufman, Vice President of Technology, Aluminum Association, Washington, D.C.