Julia Madrid

Doctoral Student at Chalmers, Industrial and Materials Science, Product Development

Julia Madrid is a PhD student, with mechanical engineering background, part of Wingquist Laboratory VINN Excellence Center and member of the research group “ Robust Design and Variation”. Julia works with producibility, having a focus on the aerospace industry. The competitiveness in this industry has been steadily increasing during last decades. Higher functionality expectations and rapid development of new materials and manufacturing technologies, added to low weight and cost requirements, have created a very complex product realization problem. Her research will contribute to, first identify the parameters, sources of variation that affect producibility and later, develop a set of methodologies and tools to evaluate the impact of the product design on a production system. This research work is funded by NFFP6 program.

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Showing 13 publications

2019

A Virtual Design of Experiments Method to Evaluate the Effect of Design and Welding Parameters on Weld Quality in Aerospace Applications

Julia Madrid, Samuel C Lorin, Rikard Söderberg et al
Aerospace. Vol. 6 (6), p. 74-
Journal article
2018

A Welding Capability Assessment Method (WCAM) to support multidisciplinary design of aircraft structures

Julia Madrid, Anders Forslund, Rikard Söderberg et al
International Journal on Interactive Design and Manufacturing. Vol. 12 (3), p. 833-851
Journal article
2018

Evaluating How Functional Performance in Aerospace Components Is Affected by Geometric Variation

Anders Forslund, Julia Madrid, Rikard Söderberg et al
SAE International Journal of Aerospace. Vol. 11 (1)
Journal article
2018

Mitigating Risk of Producibility Failures in Platform Concept Development

Julia Madrid, Jonas Landahl, Rikard Söderberg et al
Paper in proceedings
2018

An information and simulation framework for increased quality in welded components

Rikard Söderberg, Kristina Wärmefjord, Julia Madrid et al
CIRP Annals - Manufacturing Technology. Vol. 67 (1), p. 165-168
Journal article
2017

Towards Overcoming the Boundaries between Manufacturing and Perceived Quality: An Example of Automotive Industry

Konstantinos Stylidis, Julia Madrid, Casper Wickman et al
Procedia CIRP. Vol. 63, p. 733-738
Paper in proceedings
2017

Mediating constraints across design and manufacturing using platform-based manufacturing operations

Jonas Landahl, Julia Madrid, Christoffer E Levandowski et al
21st International Conference on Engineering Design, ICED 2017, Vancouver, Canada, 21-25 August 2017. Vol. 6 (DS87-6), p. 179-188
Paper in proceedings
2016

Robust design of aero engine structures: Transferring form error data when mapping out design spaces for new turbine components

Anders Forslund, Julia Madrid, Johan Lööf et al
Procedia CIRP. Vol. 43, p. 47-51
Paper in proceedings
2016

Enabling reuse of inspection data to support robust design: a case in the aerospace industry

Julia Madrid, Johan Vallhagen, Rikard Söderberg et al
Procedia CIRP. Vol. 43, p. 41-46
Paper in proceedings
2016

Bridging the gap between point cloud and CAD: A method to assess form error in aero structures

Anders Forslund, Julia Madrid, Rikard Söderberg et al
18th AIAA Non-Deterministic Approaches Conference, 2016; San Diego; United States; 4 January 2016 through 8 January 2016
Paper in proceedings
2015

Development of a conceptual framework to assess producibility for fabricated aerospace components

Julia Madrid, Rikard Söderberg, Johan Vallhagen et al
Procedia CIRP. Vol. 41, p. 681-686
Paper in proceedings
2013

An approach for producibility and DFM-methodology in aerospace engine component development

Johan Vallhagen, Julia Madrid, Rikard Söderberg et al
Procedia CIRP. Vol. 11, p. 151-156
Paper in proceedings

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