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AN ADVANCED VIRTUAL REALITY MULTIMODAL INTERFACE FOR DESIGN

De Amicis, R.; Conti, G.; Ucelli, G. // 2004
Recent research efforts have shown how the use of Virtual Reality (VR) and 3D input devices can significantly aid the initial design phases providing designers with tools that support their natural ...

AN ANALYSIS OF A COURSE ON PARAMETRIC DESIGN

Beheshti, R.; Schevers, H. // 2004

AUTOMATING THE PRODUCT DESIGN CYCLE FOR CUSTOM MADE PRODUCTS

Bilalis, N.; Katsigiannis, J.A.; Georgilakis, P.S.; Souflaris, A.T.; Antoniadis, A. // 2004
The reduction of development time and cost is a very important task in manufacturing industry. We evaluate a CAD/CAE application for automating the whole design process. The process is modelled using ...

CREATIVE FORMATION. STRUCTURE AND SOME RESULTS OF THIS COURSE FOR PRODUCT AND SERVICE INNOVATION

Lloveras, J.; García-Delgado, C.; Claudí, L.; Segura, P. // 2004
"The essence of all innovation is a new idea. The course of Creative Formation targets to increase the possibilities to reach new ideas in the ideation phase of a design. The creativity has an ...

DAMAGE MECHANISMS OF HEAVY LOAD WHEELS IN LOGISTIC APPLICATIONS

Künne, B.; Langenohl, A. // 2004
Nowadays the logistic jobs need heavier and more powerful floor conveyor systems with high-performance weehls. Standstill period in logistic systems due to unexpected malfunction of those rollers can ...

DECISION SUPPORT FOR STRATEGIC PARTNER SELECTION IN COLLABORATIVE DESIGN AND INNOVATION

Hacklin, F.; Marxt, C. // 2004
Strategic partner selection in collaborative design and innovation is an issue with currently high demand from industry. Our project partner is seeking for operational assistance and decision support ...

DESIGN BY FUNCTION: A METHODOLOGY TO SUPPORT DESIGNER CREATIVITY

Giampà, F.; Muzzupappa, M.; Rizzuti, S. // 2004
The methodology, described in this paper, aims at offering the necessary potential to support the conceptual design phase, providing the typical guidelines of the functional approach, and leading the ...

DEVELOPMENT OF CODE-MARKING EQUIPMENT FOR LOGS

Seldl, Ardi; Uusijärvi, Richard // 2004
This paper gives an overview of the product development process applied to development of code-marking equipment for logs. The leaning and decision making process During the development is showed. ...

DOMAIN ALLOCATION IN MECHATRONIC PRODUCTS

Welp, E. G.; Jansen, S. // 2004
The appropriate allocation of the different domains (mechanics, electronics and software) to the functions within a mechatronic product is one of the essential problems in mechatronics. Nevertheless, ...

EFFECTS OF INDUSTRIAL DESIGN AND ENGINEERING DESIGN INTERPLAY: AN EMPIRICAL STUDY ON TOLERANCE MANAGEMENT IN THE AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY

Persson, S.; Wickman, C. // 2004
This paper presents results from a study with focus on interdepartmental implications in the automotive industry. Studied scenario is the industrial design and engineering design departments and ...

ELASTIC DEFORMATIONS IN COMPUTER AIDED TOLERANCE ANALYSIS: A FOCUS ON TWO-DIMENSIONAL CONTACT SURFACES

Lustig, R.; Hochmuth, R.; Meerkamm, H. // 2004
The analysis of fabrication deviations and elastic deformations gains more and more in importance. Presently no reliable approach of this combined simulation of both factors is available. By the ...

ENGINEERING DESIGN USING BIOLOGICAL PRINCIPLES

Lindemann, U.; Gramann, J. // 2004
Nowadays “bionics” is a well known word, the problem is that there are different definitions of bionics. We wanted to analyse biological principles or use findings of biology to improve the design of ...

EXPERIENCES FROM THE TRANSFORMATION OF AN ENGINEERING EDUCATION INTRODUCTORY PROJECT DESIGN COURSE INTO A PROJECT DESIGN-BUILD-TEST COURSE

// 2004
This paper describes the changes made to an introductory course in Mechanical Engineering at Chalmers University of Technology to transform it from a project design course into a project ...

GEOMETRIC MODELLING OF MECHANICAL PARTS AFFECTED BY SHAPE ERROR

Di Stefano, P.; Di Angelo, L. // 2004
In this article an original method for automatic generation of CAD models affected by shape errors is described. The model is suited for the generation of a random error conditioned by some ...

INNOVATIVE MECHANISM DESIGN WITH CAE SOFTWARE

Fauroux, J-C.; Bouzgarrou, B-C.; Gogu, G. // 2004

MECHANISM UPGRADE USING PRESCRIPTIVE MODEL OF PART BASED PRODUCT UPGRADE

Benedičić, J.; Zavbi, R.; Duhovnik, J. // 2004
At NIKO d.d. company, a producer of binding mechanisms, the improvements are usually a trial-and-error process. For this reason, our company has taken a more systematic approach. The prescriptive ...

MECHATRONIC APPROACH TO THE MACHINE TOOL DESIGN

GOSIEWSKI, Z.; SZAFARCZYK, M. // 2004

METHOD ADAPTATION - A WAY TO IMPROVE METHODICAL PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT

Braun, T.; Lindemann, U. // 2004
Users often are not able to select, adapt and apply adequate methods. This is ascertained as a main reason for still reserved method application in product development. Existing approaches are ...

METHODOLOGY OF DESIGN OF GEARS’ SIZE RANGES

CZADER, W.; DREWNIAK, J. // 2004

MICRO INTERLOCKING MANUFACTURED BY LASER ABLATION

Liess, H.; Reiländer, U. // 2004
Piezoelectrically driven linear actuator devices, e.g. inchworm motors are widely spread in technique and research. The inherent disadvantage of those actuator devices is the insufficient carrying ...

NUMERICAL METHOD TO ESTIMATE TOLERANCES COMBINED EFFECTS ON A MECHANICAL SYSTEM

Cambiaghi, D.; Magalini, A.; Vetturi, D. // 2004
This contribution deals with a numerical method developed to estimate how the combined effects of several form and dimensional tolerances, to be applied on a mechanical structure, influence the final ...

PARAMETRIC MODELS OF MOULD TOOLS IN CATIAV5

LAUDANSKI, M.; RUSCHITZKA, M.; WROBEL, J. // 2004

RELIABILITY OF ACTIVE SYSTEMS - AN ESSENTIAL DESIGN ASPECT FOR COMMERCIAL SUCCESS

Büter, A.; Melz, T.; Hanselka, H. // 2004
In this paper examples will be given to show and assess the significance of the reliability of active systems. The usability period and the failure probability of each system component is essentially ...

RESTRUCTURING OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING EDUCATION

Hanson, M.; Norell, M. // 2004

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