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Maura Dewey – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • The Palaeoclimate and Terrestrial Exoplanet RAdiative Transfer Model Intercomparison Project (PALAEOTRIP): experimental design and protocols
    Geoscientific Model Development, 2017
    Co-Authors: Colin Goldblatt, Lucas Kavanagh, Maura Dewey
    Abstract:

    Abstract. Accurate rAdiative transfer calculation is fundamental to all climate modelling. For deep palaeoclimate, and increasingly terrestrial exoplanet climate science, this brings both the joy and the challenge of exotic atmospheric compositions. The challenge here is that most standard rAdiation codes for climate modelling have been developed for modern atmospheric conditions and may perform poorly away from these. The palaeoclimate or exoclimate modeller must either rely on these or use bespoke rAdiation codes, and in both cases rely on either blind faith or Ad Hoc Testing of the code. In this paper, we describe the protocols for the Palaeoclimate and Terrestrial Exoplanet RAdiative Transfer Model Intercomparison Project (PALAEOTRIP) to systematically Address this. This will compare as many rAdiation codes used for palaeoclimate or exoplanets as possible, with the aim of identifying the ranges of far-from-modern atmospheric compositions in which the codes perform well. This paper describes the experimental protocol and invites community participation in the project through 2017–2018.

Colin Goldblatt – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • The Palaeoclimate and Terrestrial Exoplanet RAdiative Transfer Model Intercomparison Project (PALAEOTRIP): experimental design and protocols
    Geoscientific Model Development, 2017
    Co-Authors: Colin Goldblatt, Lucas Kavanagh, Maura Dewey
    Abstract:

    Abstract. Accurate rAdiative transfer calculation is fundamental to all climate modelling. For deep palaeoclimate, and increasingly terrestrial exoplanet climate science, this brings both the joy and the challenge of exotic atmospheric compositions. The challenge here is that most standard rAdiation codes for climate modelling have been developed for modern atmospheric conditions and may perform poorly away from these. The palaeoclimate or exoclimate modeller must either rely on these or use bespoke rAdiation codes, and in both cases rely on either blind faith or Ad Hoc Testing of the code. In this paper, we describe the protocols for the Palaeoclimate and Terrestrial Exoplanet RAdiative Transfer Model Intercomparison Project (PALAEOTRIP) to systematically Address this. This will compare as many rAdiation codes used for palaeoclimate or exoplanets as possible, with the aim of identifying the ranges of far-from-modern atmospheric compositions in which the codes perform well. This paper describes the experimental protocol and invites community participation in the project through 2017–2018.

  • The Palaeoclimate and Terrestrial Exoplanet RAdiative Transfer Model Intercomparison Project (PALAEOTRIP): experimental design and protocols
    , 2017
    Co-Authors: Colin Goldblatt, Lucas Kavenagh
    Abstract:

    Abstract. Accurate rAdiative transfer calculation is fundamental to all climate modelling. For deep palaeoclimate, and increasingly terrestrial exoplanet climate science, this brings both the joy and the challenge of exotic atmospheric compositions. The challenge here is that most standard rAdiation codes for climate modelling have been developed for modern atmospheric conditions, and may perform poorly away from these. The palaeoclimate or exoclimate modeller must either rely on these or use bespoke rAdiation codes, and in both cases rely on either blind faith or Ad Hoc Testing of the code. In this paper, we describe the protocols for the Palaeoclimate and Terrestrial Exoplanet RAdiative Transfer Model Intercomparison Project (PALAEOTRIP) to systematically Address this. This will compare as many rAdiation codes used for palaeoclimate or exoplanets as possible, with the aim to constrain the ranges of far-from-modern atmospheric compositions in which the codes perform well. This paper describes the experimental protocol and invites community participation in the project through 2017.

Lucas Kavanagh – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • The Palaeoclimate and Terrestrial Exoplanet RAdiative Transfer Model Intercomparison Project (PALAEOTRIP): experimental design and protocols
    Geoscientific Model Development, 2017
    Co-Authors: Colin Goldblatt, Lucas Kavanagh, Maura Dewey
    Abstract:

    Abstract. Accurate rAdiative transfer calculation is fundamental to all climate modelling. For deep palaeoclimate, and increasingly terrestrial exoplanet climate science, this brings both the joy and the challenge of exotic atmospheric compositions. The challenge here is that most standard rAdiation codes for climate modelling have been developed for modern atmospheric conditions and may perform poorly away from these. The palaeoclimate or exoclimate modeller must either rely on these or use bespoke rAdiation codes, and in both cases rely on either blind faith or Ad Hoc Testing of the code. In this paper, we describe the protocols for the Palaeoclimate and Terrestrial Exoplanet RAdiative Transfer Model Intercomparison Project (PALAEOTRIP) to systematically Address this. This will compare as many rAdiation codes used for palaeoclimate or exoplanets as possible, with the aim of identifying the ranges of far-from-modern atmospheric compositions in which the codes perform well. This paper describes the experimental protocol and invites community participation in the project through 2017–2018.

Kai Yang – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • Product development processes – from deterministic to probabilistic: a Design for 6-Sigma approach to lean product validation, Part II
    International Journal of Product Development, 2006
    Co-Authors: Faysal Khalaf, Kai Yang
    Abstract:

    An important phase of any product development process is design validation. This phase ensures through a predetermined Testing strategy that the product is capable of delivering its functional requirements robustly for a specified duration of time. This Testing strategy should reflect the type of products designed and produced in a particular era. NowAdays, product requirements are changing and their designs are becoming even more complicated which represents a challenging opportunity to manage and perform associated required validation. This paper capitalises on proven concepts of Design for 6-Sigma (DFSS), axiomatic design, Failure Mode and Effect Analysis (FMEA), and robust design to present a lean approach to validating a product. The focus of this approach is to minimise redundancy and potential waste that can be observed in conducting hardware/CAE Testing. An alternative to widely used Ad Hoc Testing is a prescribed integration and sequence of Testing that are performed to study specific families of failure modes in order to gain valuable information in reaching design validation.

  • product development processes from deterministic to probabilistic a design for 6 sigma approach to lean product validation part ii
    International Journal of Product Development, 2006
    Co-Authors: Faysal Khalaf, Kai Yang
    Abstract:

    An important phase of any product development process is design validation. This phase ensures through a predetermined Testing strategy that the product is capable of delivering its functional requirements robustly for a specified duration of time. This Testing strategy should reflect the type of products designed and produced in a particular era. NowAdays, product requirements are changing and their designs are becoming even more complicated which represents a challenging opportunity to manage and perform associated required validation. This paper capitalises on proven concepts of Design for 6-Sigma (DFSS), axiomatic design, Failure Mode and Effect Analysis (FMEA), and robust design to present a lean approach to validating a product. The focus of this approach is to minimise redundancy and potential waste that can be observed in conducting hardware/CAE Testing. An alternative to widely used Ad Hoc Testing is a prescribed integration and sequence of Testing that are performed to study specific families of failure modes in order to gain valuable information in reaching design validation.

Faysal Khalaf – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • Product development processes – from deterministic to probabilistic: a Design for 6-Sigma approach to lean product validation, Part II
    International Journal of Product Development, 2006
    Co-Authors: Faysal Khalaf, Kai Yang
    Abstract:

    An important phase of any product development process is design validation. This phase ensures through a predetermined Testing strategy that the product is capable of delivering its functional requirements robustly for a specified duration of time. This Testing strategy should reflect the type of products designed and produced in a particular era. NowAdays, product requirements are changing and their designs are becoming even more complicated which represents a challenging opportunity to manage and perform associated required validation. This paper capitalises on proven concepts of Design for 6-Sigma (DFSS), axiomatic design, Failure Mode and Effect Analysis (FMEA), and robust design to present a lean approach to validating a product. The focus of this approach is to minimise redundancy and potential waste that can be observed in conducting hardware/CAE Testing. An alternative to widely used Ad Hoc Testing is a prescribed integration and sequence of Testing that are performed to study specific families of failure modes in order to gain valuable information in reaching design validation.

  • product development processes from deterministic to probabilistic a design for 6 sigma approach to lean product validation part ii
    International Journal of Product Development, 2006
    Co-Authors: Faysal Khalaf, Kai Yang
    Abstract:

    An important phase of any product development process is design validation. This phase ensures through a predetermined Testing strategy that the product is capable of delivering its functional requirements robustly for a specified duration of time. This Testing strategy should reflect the type of products designed and produced in a particular era. NowAdays, product requirements are changing and their designs are becoming even more complicated which represents a challenging opportunity to manage and perform associated required validation. This paper capitalises on proven concepts of Design for 6-Sigma (DFSS), axiomatic design, Failure Mode and Effect Analysis (FMEA), and robust design to present a lean approach to validating a product. The focus of this approach is to minimise redundancy and potential waste that can be observed in conducting hardware/CAE Testing. An alternative to widely used Ad Hoc Testing is a prescribed integration and sequence of Testing that are performed to study specific families of failure modes in order to gain valuable information in reaching design validation.