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Thanks for the replies.
I developed the pilot framework at a masters level, of which two peer reviewed conference papers were presented and published and one article. I am now upgrading to phd and busy improving and expanding this framework where by I am planning 2 articles for two core aspects of the framework. Essentially I want to use the article published about the pilot framework as proof of concept and the two articles I am planning as validation of the final framework.
I am developing a framework to propose a solution for a complex multiphaceted challenge in the aerospace manufacturing industry. The framework is developed based on industry standards, technical reports, regulations, expert interviews and observation at local companies.
As the framework covers a wide range of manuracturing systems/processes that are typically spread amongst a large supply chain, a case study/implementation approach to validation isnt feasible (and cost). Is presenting the developed framework to industry experts and receiving their feedback a valid for of validation for PhD level? if so, what should I keep note of and look out for (specific to what examiners typically woiuld not approve of)?
Lastly, are there other ways of validation such a framework?
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