Browse Publications Technical Papers 2006-01-2573
2006-11-21

Reverse Engineering at Fiat Automóveis do Brasil 2006-01-2573

The reverse engineering applied on an automobile, is a systematic process of evaluations and testing's, it involves the specialists' participation of the several areas from products development.
The final stage of this process is the disassembling. The technical and analytical disassembling is known as teardown, the methodology uses conceptual tools of support in the analysis of the parts and components, which aid in the identification of solutions that can improve the products competitiveness. At the end of the process of reverse engineering, the results of the evaluations and testing are had allocated in databases that are used as support during the process of vehicles development.

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