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2D WAVELET TRANSFORM DATA COMPRESSION WITH ERROR LEVEL GUARANTEE FOR Z-MAP MODELS (Members only )
Yokota, Keisuke; Umezu, Nobuyuki; Inui, Masatomo // 2016
Computer simulations are generally used to find any potential problems prior to the actual manufacturing process of workpieces. Most of the workpiece shape is in a Z-map representation, which ...
A BRIEF INTRODUCTION ON THE KINEMATIC SCHEME DESIGN TEACHING SOFTWARE FOR MECHANICAL SYSTEMS
Qian, Feng; Dong, Huimin; Wang, Delun; Cui, Yan; Gao, Yuan // 2016
Kinematic scheme design is the beginning of the mechatronic system design, which is the most
important and difficult for junior students in mechanical engineering education. In this paper, the ...
A TOOL FOR VISUALISATION OF COMPLEX CAD MODELS USING DSM
Zubić, A.; Bojčetić, N.; Žeželj, D.; Flegarić, S. // 2016
In the paper a method for automatic recognition of relations between the components of a mechanical assembly was ...
AN INITIAL APPROACH OF A STANDARD BASED FRAMEWORK TO MANAGE REALISTIC PRODUCT REPRESENTATIONS
Ebeling, R.; Specht, R.; Eigner, M. // 2016
The current situation of virtual product data management is characterised by an increasing external and internal complexity of information of all business areas based on different aspects like high ...
Ansatz zur modellunterstützten Vorauslegung von Messsystemen für die Erfassung von mechanisch-dynamischen Größen von Power-Tools (Members only )
Matthiesen, Sven; Wettstein, Andreas; Bruchmüller, Tim; Anding, Tristan // 2016
Within the product development process the product and the measurement system to validate the product functionalities has to be developed simultaneously. An effective measurement system initiates ...
Anwendung wissensbasierter Simulationen zur Ausschöpfung von Leichtbaupotenzialen in der Automobilindustrie (Members only )
Hautsch, Stefan; Katona, Sebastian; Sprügel, Tobias; Koch, Michael; Rieg, Frank; Wartzack, Sandro // 2016
The application of knowledge-based simulations to scoop lightweight design potentials in automotive industry provides an efficient way of virtual product development for inexperienced operators. ...
APPLICATION OF DSM TO MECHANICAL CALCULATIONS OF VERTICAL HYDRO GENERATOR
Triplat, I.; Vukšić, M.; Marjanović, D. // 2016
This article confirms the possibility of DSM implementation in mechanical calculations of vertical hydro generator. Article has a theoretic introduction with all relevant informations used for ...
APPLICATION OF MODEL BASED SYSTEMS-ENGINEERING IN AUSTRIAN VOCATIONAL SCHOOLS
Ugurlu, Sinan; Bougain, Sebastian; Nigischer, Christian; Gerhard, Detlef // 2016
Due to the rapid growth of technical complexity in modern products and shortened product life cycles,
product development has become increasingly complex. More and more people with ...
APPLICATION OF VECTORIAL TOLERANCES IN CAD-SYSTEMS DURING THE DESIGN PROCESS
Husung, S.; Weber, C.; Kroschel, A.; Krone, K.-H.; Credo, T.; Müller, B.; Ackermann, L. // 2016
Designers have to consider geometrical deviations during the design process. However, many designers cannot easily imagine the impact of these deviations. Therefore, the use of tolerance ...
APPLYING THE ELEMENTAL INTERFACES APPROACH TO KINEMATIC DESIGN
Freund, T.; Lotz, J.; Würtenberger, J.; Kloberdanz, H. // 2016
The authors introduce with the elemental interfaces approach an alternative to analyse mobilities of mechanisms up from early design phases based on a matrix representation. The paper compares ...
COLLABORATION ISSUES IN ETHNICALLY MIXED STUDENT TEAMS
Ebbert, Chris // 2016
In an international, western design study program hosted by local partner universities in China and
India, curriculum planning, timetabling, language use, culture, assessment, and motivation ...
COLLECTIVE DESIGN: MERGING INDUSTRY AND EDUCATIONAL METHODS FOR MULTIDISCIPLINARY STUDENT DESIGN PROJECTS
Mclening, Christian; Warrington, Paul // 2016
Design Background: This study seeks to enhance students learning through the development and
application of the Collective Design Method; combining industry tools and techniques with
COMPARING THE USEFULNESS OF RULES & NO RULES IN ENGINEERING DESIGN BRAINSTORMING?
Dekoninck, Elies; Barrie, Jeffrey; Linley, Aaron // 2016
The most common early-stage design technique is brainstorming based on Osborne’s classical rules.
This paper contributes to research which explores how brainstorming should be taught in ...
Concept Design Trade-Offs Considering Performance Margins
Tan, James; Otto, Kevin; Wood, Kristin // 2016
Multi-disciplinary optimization (MDO) methods have become mature as commercial and open-source toolboxes and applications. Typically, engineers formulate concept design problems as multiple ...
CROSS-FERTILIZATION OF COURSES TO IMPROVE STUDENT LEARNING
Holmqvist, Bengt; Hĺkansson, Anders // 2016
Teaching is an area that should be in a constant ongoing development or should at least be a process
questioned and revised according to the fact that the society, the students and new knowledge ...
Designing the Masters of Engineering in Design Impact
Erin, Macdonald; Sean, Follmer; William, Burnett; David, Kelley // 2016
This poster will present the ideation exercises designed and executed as part of the process of reenvisioning the Masters in Design degree at Stanford. Over the past year, four faculty members in the ...
DEVELOPMENT OF A METHODOLOGY TO IMPLEMENT SET-BASED DESIGN IN A DAY
Ström, M.; Raudberget, D.; Gustafsson, G. // 2016
A simplified variant of Set-Based Design (SBD) was created and combined with creative methods such as the 6-3-5 method and the gallery method. This made it easy to introduce in one day, which has ...
Ein integriertes Gesamtsystemmodell für die modellbasierte Entwicklung (Members only )
Hooshmand, Yousef; Höner, Martin; Danjou, Stéphane; Köhler, Peter // 2016
To cope with the increasing complexity of software-intensive systems consisting of mechanical, electrical and electronic components, an information model for model-based engineering (MBE) has been ...
Eine Untersuchung mechanisch gealterter kurzfaserverstärkter Thermoplaste unter hochdynamischen Lasten (Members only )
Witzgall, Christian; Wartzack, Sandro // 2016
Short-fibre reinforced thermoplastics (SFRT) are increasingly being used in 21st century’s automotive construction. Besides statically loaded parts, SFRT are also used for safety-relevant components ...
Einfluss von Prozessparametern auf die Funktionserfüllung von Bauteilen im Fused Deposition Modeling (Members only )
Siebrecht, Justus; Jacobs, Georg; Beckers, Alexander; Löwer, Manuel; Schmidt, Walter; Körber, Michael // 2016
Optimising the stress behaviour of Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) manufactured parts can be achieved by specific variation of process parameters. Varying nozzle temperatures, part orientations and ...
ETHICAL BICYCLE CONSUMPTION: FROM USED FRAMES TO NEW PRODUCTS
Lowley, James; Gulden, Tore // 2016
The use of bicycles in Norway today is very high, perpetuating a popular view of the bicycle as a
symbol of sustainability. This study explored how the life of a bicycle and its parts might be ...
Experimental Studies in Design Science and Engineering Design Science – A Repository for Experiment Setups
Kriesi, Carlo; Balters, Stephanie; Steinert, Martin // 2016
Science depends on robust study designs that quantify selected dependent variables, independent of time, location, or conducting researcher. It has been shown that various research fields, especially ...
FEA-Assistenzsystem – Plausibilitätsprüfung für Finite-Elemente-Simulationen mittels sphärischen Detektorflächen (Members only )
Spruegel, Tobias C.; Kestel, Philipp; Wartzack, Sandro // 2016
Finite Element Analysis (FEA) is a very efficient tool for optimizing product performance and quality. Hence, more simulation engineers with a lot of experience are needed, but they are not ...
FOLLOW-GROUPS: ENHANCING LEARNING POTENTIAL AT PROJECT EXAMS
Tollestrup, Christian // 2016
. The re-introduction of group-based exams in 2014 and a
growing focus on raising the quality of study environment provided an opportunity to experiment and
compare learning potential by ...
The following examples demonstrate some search strings that use boolean operators:
- design community
Find rows that contain at least one of the two words.
- +design +community
Find rows that contain both words.
- +design community
Find rows that contain the word “design”, but rank rows higher if they also contain “community”.
- +design -community
Find rows that contain the word “design” but not “community”.
- +design ~community
Find rows that contain the word “design”, but if the row also contains the word “community”, rate it lower than if row does not.
- +design +(>community <decisions)
Find rows that contain the words “design” and “community”, or “design” and “decisions” (in any order), but rank “design community” higher than “design decisions”
Find rows that contain words such as “design”, “designs”, “designing”, or “designer”.
- "some words"
Find rows that contain the exact phrase “some words” (for example, rows that contain “some words of wisdom” but not “some noise words”). Note that the " characters that enclose the phrase are operator characters that delimit the phrase. They are not the quotation marks that enclose the search string itself.