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The Resource Supply Chain Integration Challenges in Commercial Aerospace : A Comprehensive Perspective on the Aviation Value Chain

Supply Chain Integration Challenges in Commercial Aerospace : A Comprehensive Perspective on the Aviation Value Chain

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Supply Chain Integration Challenges in Commercial Aerospace : A Comprehensive Perspective on the Aviation Value Chain
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Supply Chain Integration Challenges in Commercial Aerospace
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A Comprehensive Perspective on the Aviation Value Chain
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Supply Chain Integration Challenges in Commercial Aerospace : A Comprehensive Perspective on the Aviation Value Chain
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Supply Chain Integration Challenges in Commercial Aerospace : A Comprehensive Perspective on the Aviation Value Chain
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  • Contents -- Introduction: Supply Chain Integration Challenges in the Commercial Aviation Industry -- 1 Development of the Aviation Industry Over the Last Decades -- 1.1 Airlines -- 1.2 Aircraft Makers and Suppliers -- 1.3 Motivation for This Book -- 2 Overview of the Book -- 2.1 Product Development -- 2.2 Configuration and Demand -- 2.3 Component Manufacturing -- 2.4 Assembly and Integration -- 2.5 Life Cycle Business Models and Aftermarket -- 2.6 Outlook -- References -- Part I: Product Development -- Aviatiońs Future Is as Bright as Its Past -- 1 Putting Aviatiońs Place in Transportation History into Perspective -- 2 Market Drivers, a Global Context -- 3 Benefits Beyond People -- 4 Things Passengers and Manufacturers Can Look Forward to -- References -- Cabin Densification: SpaceFlex2 and Beyond -- 1 The Issues -- 2 The Solution -- 3 Optimizing the Aircraft -- 4 Passenger Comfort -- 4.1 Seats and IFE -- 4.2 Monuments -- 4.3 Bins, PSE, and Lighting -- 5 Conclusion: The Optimized Cabin -- Innovation Challenges in the High-Tech, Long-Cycle Jet Engine Business -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Engine Innovations -- 3 Innovation Versus Conventional Wisdom -- 3.1 Geared Engines in Perspective -- 3.2 Fan Drive Gears -- 3.3 Variable-Pitch or Variable Area Nozzle -- 3.4 Large Diameter Nacelles -- 3.5 Fan Blade Construction -- 3.6 Combustors -- 3.7 Turbomachinery -- 3.8 The Whole Versus the Sum of the Parts -- 4 Business Value from Technology Innovation -- References -- Open Innovation in the Aviation Sector -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Theoretical Background -- 3 Methodology -- 4 Findings and Analysis -- 4.1 Boeing -- 4.2 Airbus -- 4.3 Open Innovation at Airbus -- 4.4 Open Innovation at Boeing -- 5 Conclusion -- References -- Disruptive Innovation Through 3D Printing -- 1 Additive Manufacturing -- 2 Additive Manufacturing in Turbomachinery -- 3 SLM Machine Concepts
  • 3.1 High Power Selective Laser Melting -- 3.2 Multi-Scanner Selective Laser Melting -- 3.3 Multi-Spot Selective Laser Melting -- 4 Functional Adapted Component Design -- 4.1 Topology Optimization and SLM -- 4.2 Functional Adapted Lattice Structures and SLM -- References -- Part II: Configuration and Demand -- Fulfil Customer Order Process: Customization of Commercial Aircraft -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Basics on Aircraft Purchase Decisions -- 3 Aircraft Customization Process -- 4 Innovation and Customization -- 5 Aircraft Customization: Different Approaches -- 6 Outlook/Future Collaboration in Customization and Digitalization -- References -- End-to-End Demand Management for the Aerospace Industry -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Current Challenges in the Aerospace Supply Chain and Possible Solutions -- 2.1 Hybrid Forecasting Implementation: Increasing Demand Availability by Using Information on Previous Aircraft Configuration -- 2.2 Supply Chain Transparency Creation: Improving Demand Availability by Enhancing Communication -- 2.3 Ordering Strategy Selection: Setting Standards by Harmonizing Logistics and Ordering Solutions -- 3 Practical Examples from Aerospace and Automotive Industries -- 3.1 Case Study: Disaggregation of Demand for a Large Supplier -- 4 Looking Beyond: Benchmark Automotive and Aerospace -- 5 Conclusion -- 6 Porsche Consulting and the Aerospace Industry -- References -- Main Differences and Commonalities Between the Aircraft and the Automotive Industry -- 1 Trends and Main Fields of Action for Production and Supply Chain -- 1.1 Improving Energy Efficiency in Drive Concepts -- 1.2 Developing Alternative Electric Drives -- 1.3 Technology and Premium Brand Leadership Because of Large Investments -- 1.4 Extending the Product Portfolio -- 1.5 Extending the System Strategy
  • 1.6 Exploiting Emerging Markets Through Allocating Development and Production Capacities -- 1.7 Digitization and Visualization of Product Development and Production -- 1.8 New Business Models -- 2 Solutions in the Automotive Production and Transferability -- 2.1 Multi-Product and Multi-Brands Plants -- 2.2 Line Production and Production Segmentation -- 2.3 Standardization and Modularization -- 2.4 Ramp-Up Management -- 2.5 Change Management -- 2.6 Production and Supply Chain -- 2.7 Continuous Improvement Process 2.0 -- 2.8 Digitization and Visualization in Production -- 2.9 Optimization During Assembly -- 3 Summary -- References -- Part III: Component Manufacturing -- Trends in the Commercial Aerospace Industry -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Demand -- 2.1 Commercial Aircraft Demand Is Shifting Rapidly to Emerging Markets -- 2.2 Aerospace Is Less Exposed than Other Industries to the Need for Market Proximity -- 2.3 Demand for Aftermarket Services Continues to Grow -- 3 Supply -- 3.1 New Locations Will Continue to Grow as Sources for Global Aerospace -- 3.2 Talent Shortages Are Especially Critical for the Aerospace Industry -- 3.3 Wages Are Rising Rapidly in L̀ow-Cost́ Locations -- 4 Business Risk -- 4.1 New Competitors Are Emerging from the Asia-Pacific Region -- 4.2 Low-Cost Sourcing May Become More Critical but Remains a Challenge -- 4.3 Supply Chain Complexity Poses a Formidable Challenge -- 5 Technology -- 5.1 Aerospace Manufacturers Could Face Supply Challenges for New Materials -- 5.2 Additive Manufacturing Continues to Make Inroads in Complex Applications -- 5.3 Aerospace Supply Chains Can Benefit from the Digital Thread -- 6 Policy -- 6.1 Governments Continue to Build Enablers for the Aerospace Industry -- 6.2 Policy Initiatives Are Tilting the Playing Field -- 7 Conclusion -- References
  • Success Through Customer Co-Development, Global Footprint and the Processes In-Line with the Customer -- 1 RECARO Aircraft Seating and the Automotive Heritage -- 1.1 The Heritage of RECARO -- 1.2 Learning from the Automotive Industry for the Aviation Industry and Vice Versa -- 2 What Are the Chances and Challenges of an Aircraft Seating Supplier? -- 2.1 Strong Market Growth Worldwide -- 2.2 Variety of Customer Types -- 2.3 Variety of Products -- 3 A Global Footprint Tailored to OEMs and Airline Customers -- 3.1 Product Development Philosophy and Innovation -- 3.2 Product Architecture -- 3.3 Project Management -- 3.4 Global Supply Chain -- 3.5 Holistic L̀̀eań ́Approach -- 3.6 Extended Enterprise -- 4 Conclusion -- References -- Vertical Integration: Titanium Products for the Aircraft Industry -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Theoretical Framework -- 2.1 Vertically Integrated Companies -- 2.2 Advantages and Disadvantages of Vertically Integrated Structures -- 2.2.1 Vertically Integrated Companies in the Aircraft Industry -- 3 Methodology -- 4 Findings and Analysis -- 5 Conclusion -- References -- Part IV: Assembly and Integration -- Quality Gates -- 1 Introduction -- 2 An End-to-End Scope of Application -- 3 Definition, Intentions and Benefits -- 3.1 Quality Gate Process Key Principles -- 3.2 A Quality Gate for Each Production Phase -- 3.3 Clear and Systematic Governance Principles -- 3.4 Key Behaviours in the Quality Gate Process -- 3.5 Quality Gate Implementation Steps -- 3.5.1 Define -- 3.5.2 Run -- 3.5.3 Improve -- 4 Early Warning System -- 5 Process Sustainability -- 6 Success Stories -- 7 Conclusion -- Lean Complexity Through Tailored Business Streams -- 1 Value of Variety Versus Cost of Complexity -- 2 Understanding the Drivers of Complexity Costs -- 3 Limiting Complexity by Understanding Its Value
  • 4 Managing Complexity Through Smart Product Architecture -- 5 Tailored Business Streams (TBS) -- 6 Cultural Change -- Reference -- Driving the Digital Enterprise in the Aerospace Industry -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Aerospace Production Processes -- 2.1 Parts Manufacturing -- 2.2 Structure Assembly -- 2.3 Robotics -- 2.4 Simulation -- 2.5 Work Instructions -- 2.6 Automation Code Generation -- 2.7 Bill of Process Authoring -- 2.8 Bill of Process Execution -- 2.9 Data Analytics -- 3 Conclusion -- References -- Part V: Life Cycle Business Models and Aftermarket -- The Aero-Engine Business Model: Rolls-Roycés Perspective -- 1 Introduction -- 2 The Business Model: Comparing Aircraft and Engines -- 2.1 Aircraft -- 2.2 Engine -- 2.3 Business Models Compared -- 3 Business Model: The Outcomes -- 4 Services: Structuring the Aftermarket -- 5 Optimizing the Business Model -- 6 Suppliers: Risk and Revenue Sharing -- 7 Working with Airbus: Innovation in Business Structure -- 8 Secure the Future -- Reference -- The Material Value Chain Services in Commercial Aviation -- 1 The Structure of the Aviation Material Services Market -- 2 Strategies in the Material Services Value Chain -- 2.1 Customer Demand for Material Services -- 2.2 Supplier Approaches to the Material Services Market -- 2.3 The Role of Distributors in the Material Value Chain -- 3 Future Trends in the Material Market -- References -- Predictive Maintenance: How Big Data Analysis Can Improve Maintenance -- 1 Introduction -- 2 From Preventative to Predictive -- 3 Data -- 4 Analytics -- 5 Digital Twin -- 6 Intelligent Machines -- 7 Supply Chain -- 8 Better Together -- 9 Outcomes Delivered -- 9.1 Asset Performance Management -- 9.2 Maintenance Optimization -- 9.3 Operations Optimization -- 9.4 The Power of 1% -- 9.5 Analytics-Driven MRO -- 9.6 Reduced Downtime -- 10 Conclusion -- References -- Outlook
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