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Design of a healthcare service: Teledermatology

Duong, Tu Anh; Le Cardinal, Julie; Bocquet, Jean-Claude // 2013
Teledermatology (TD) is an application of telemedicine i.e. clinical healthcare using IT-technologies, for skin disorders. This past decade, several publications have studied its feasibility and ...

Design orchestration composer - A model base enabling holistic management of product, design process, and organization

Oizumi, Kazuya; Aoyama, Kazuhiro // 2013
As the industries develop, product enlarges its scale and increases its complexity. To defeat past products, more functions and mechanisms have been installed. It requires more and more people ...

Empirical analysis of product design with different times and interruption levels

Djaloeis, Bima Raymond-Sati; Frenz, Martin; Duckwitz, Sönke;Hinsch, Malte Sebastian; Feldhusen, Jörg; Schlick, Christopher Marc // 2013
Effective and robust engineering design processes are vital in early phases of a product life cycle, such as in product design. This highly dynamic field of work is influenced by many interacting, ...

Evaluation of standardization level of mechanical systems in engineering design

Sinigalias, Pavlos - Christoforos; Dentsoras, Argyris // 2013
The level of standardization of products and systems affects production process and the cost for their operation and maintenance. In reverse engineering and design, the systematic consideration of ...

Exploring the design of mousetraps

Gundersen, Gunnar H. // 2013
Based on a case study of a collection of a couple of hundred mousetraps this paper presents a systematic categorisation of their principles of technical construction, material consistence and ...

Geometry as a tool for visual organization and proportion in designing aesthetic and attractive products

Velásquez Posada, Alejandra María // 2013
The goal of this paper is to present the teaching experiences and methodologies used in a Product Design Engineering undergraduate course called Design Project 3 (EAFIT University, Medellín - ...

How design theories enable the design of generic technologies: Notion of generic concept and genericity improvement

Kokshagina, Olga; Le Masson, Pascal; Weil, Benoit; Cogez, Patrick // 2013
Generic technologies enable to create benefits across wide range of industrial applications. Though providing important insights on generic technologies commercialization, less attention was paid to ...

How to teach design for manufacturability at micro scale tasks

Schulze, Volker; Zanger, Frederik; Hoppen, Philipp // 2013
Designing for manufacturability is a big challenge for every designer. Every manufacturing process has its characteristics and its limits. Costs and manufacturing time are often difficult to ...

Identifying System Eigenvalues Using DSM-Uncertainty Principle Approach

El Behery, R. // 2013
Mapping system processes logic dependencies, cause/effect, into probability space enabled quantifying two conjugate variables: Value/Energy and Time. Possible system’s states and their uncertainty ...

Impart ‘design for production’ knowledge by application of functional prototyping

Leutenecker, Bastian; Meboldt, Mirko; Lohmeyer, Quentin // 2013
In engineering design the early consideration of ‘Design for Production’ aspects is of particular importance to avoid high costs and time efforts caused by late redesign iterations. In design ...

Improved design methodology practice: successful matching of tasks and employees

Hinsch, Malte Sebastian; Heller, Jan Erik; Feldhusen, Jörg // 2013
Choosing the right employees for a given task has great influence on the quality of the results and the time needed. Executives who have to decide, which employees are best suited for a task, often ...

Indigenous product development based on contextual innovation and link to market

Boruah, Dipanka; Kakati, Vikramjit; Das, Amarendra Kumar // 2013
There are large numbers of products locally innovated to suit particular context. However these are never available in the market in absence of their commercial manufacture that can be mutually ...

Individual study of 3D modelling software using interactive video

Aasland, Knut Einar // 2013
Technical software gets ever more essential as tools for mechanical engineers. Still, the subject is not much emphasized in our curricula, and we are challenged with making the students familiar with ...

Innovative teaching approach for the design process of mechanical products

Varret, Antoine; Mahdjoub, Morad // 2013
Nowadays, numerical simulation tools take a central place in the design process of mechanical products, to face the imperatives of reducing costs and development time. However, their use is often ...

Interdisciplinarity is a key to enhance the product development process - how students deal with it and how they evolve with it

Gerber, Paul; Krebber, Sönke; Langer, Ingmar; Röbig, Sinja; Sprenger, Susanne; Stocker, André // 2013
Interdisciplinary work is gaining attention not only in the academic landscape. Even at University where many different disciplines coexist in a minimum amount of space, the interdisciplinary work ...

Interpreting knowledge maps using structural criteria

Schmidt, Danilo Marcello; Schenkl, Sebastian Alexander; Wickel, Martina Carolina; Braun, Michael; Maurer, Maik // 2013
Companies have to develop their knowledge to provide more complex products to fulfill changing market‘s requirements. We have chosen a Multiple-Domain-Matrix (MDM)-based knowledge mapping approach to ...

Introducing mechanism design to product design students

Brennan, John Anthony; Ring, Michael; O'Hehir, Michael // 2013
This paper presents a framework for incorporating the design of mechanisms into a product design program. At the Dublin Institute of Technology, School of Mechanical Engineering and Design, the theme ...

Learning from a design experience: Continuous user involvement in development of aging-in-place solution for older adults

Lee, Chaiwoo; Myrick, Richard; Asai, Daisuke; Coughlin, Joseph F.; de Weck, Olivier L. // 2013
Involving users during product development has been discussed as an important approach to user-centered design, in particular to avoid overemphasis on using “technology for technology’s sake”. ...

Linking of function carriers with physical contradictions

Ognjanovic, Milosav; Babic, Jasmina; Vasin, Sanja // 2013
The current trend in the new product development is horizontal integration of various fields of technical solutions and principles of action (mechanical, electrical, software, etc). In order to ...

Mechanical engineering modelling language (MEML): Requirements for conceptual design

Summers, Joshua David; Rosen, David // 2013
The objective of this paper is to define the characteristics for a new approach for capturing, representing, and modelling mechanical engineering knowledge in a Mechanical Engineering modelling ...

Merging creative design and CAD learning activities in a product design programme

O'Rourke, Pearl; O'Kane, Colm; Smith, Leslie; Ring, Michael // 2013
Traditional learning and teaching methods for creativity differ from those used in a scientific context. Although the creative process can benefit from a certain level of prescription and structural ...

Modelling of memories through design

Gulden, Tore // 2013
This article explores how to design for product longevity. The design approach Contexts of Experience (COE) makes the basis for this interdisciplinary study which combines research on ...

Multiple-Domain Matrices and Knowledge Maps for Visualizing Knowledge-Driven Scenarios

Schmidt, D.M; Schenkl, S.A.; Wickel, M.C.; von Saucken, C.; Maurer, M. // 2013
As stakeholders’ needs and requirements change over time, companies must develop their knowledge for designing more complex products in order to fulfill these needs. Knowledge mapping is an approach ...

Narrative in design development

Childs, Peter; Zhao, Ying; Grigg, Joanna // 2013
This paper describes the value of narrative used with ideation tools in aiding the rapid production of product concepts and designs for masters students of graphics, fine art, product and industrial ...

Boolean Searches

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”
  • design*
    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.

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