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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

Stage-Gate™ vs. DPD in software development

Ottosson, S. // 2004
Product Development is complex as it is time dependent and many agents participate during the development process. When comparing the efficiency of development processes - measured e.g. in ...

STUDY OF THE DESIGNER’S COGNITIVE PROCESSES DURING THE LATER PHASES OF THE MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DESIGN PROCESS

Motte, D.; Andersson, P.-E.; Bjärnemo, R. // 2004
An increasing number of studies have been focusing on the cognitive abilities and limitations of the designer during the design process, yet thus far only for the conceptual design phase. This paper ...

STUDY OF THE EVOLUTION OF INTEGRATED DESIGN

Mekhilef, M.; Longueville, B. // 2004
The ""DESIGN"" concept defines a large field that holds many topics. In this paper we are interested by the evolution of the corresponding sub-concepts in order to get an ...

SUPPORT FOR DESIGNERS USING FEA

Rieg, F.; Koch, F. // 2004
To push the integration of design and analysis, design engineers are forced to perform FE-Analyses by themselves, especially the simple and repeating ones. Complex and more difficult tasks remain to ...

TEACHING MECHATRONICS IN INDUSTRIAL DESIGN ENGINEERING

Jansen, A.J.; Flipsen, B.F.J. // 2004
In recent years, the number of consumer products incorporating a combination of mechanical and electronic systems has increased enormously. Because of this development we decided to start a course ...

THE STRATEGY - DESIGN ALIGNMENT: WHICH GUIDELINES TO ENSURE COHERENCE BETWEEN STRATEGIC THINKING AND DESIGN PROCESS

Mira-Bonnardel, S. // 2004
The intention of this paper is to understand how strategic objectives of a company really interact with operational objectives of the company’s design process. The question is: how to guide design in ...

Tolcerance margins as constraining factors of changes in complex products

Ariyo, O. O.; Eckert, C. M.; Clarkson, P. J. // 2004
Engineering changes to a product are important for it to reach and maintain market competitiveness. The nature of today’s market has seen the development time for many products reduced considerably. ...

TRACEABILITY IN PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT

Storga, M. // 2004
The main factors that make traceability difficult in designing are: complexity of design objects representations; multirelations and dependencies between design objects; fuzziness of design and ...

WEIGHT REDUCTION OF SUPPORT STRUCTURES

Eerme, Martin; Enok, Mart; Roosimölder, Lembit; Rein, K. // 2004
In modem engineering industry the weight reduction of support structures of machines is important. One possibility to reduce the weight of the support structures is to use sandwich configuration. ...

AN INFORMATION MODEL. FOR MECHATRONIC PRODUCTS FOCUSING ON EARLY DEVELOPMENT PHASES

Svensson, Daniel; Hallin, Karl; Zimmerman, Tiond; Malmqvist, Johan // 2003
In mechatronic product development, there is a lack of a common understanding among different engineering domains. One step towards improving this situation is to propose information models capable ...

CONCEPTUAL DESIGN APPROACH FOR MECHATRONIC SYSTEMS CONTROLLED BY A PROGRAMMABLE LOGIC CONTROLLER (PLC)

Bathelt, J.; Jönsson, A.; Bacs, C.; Kunz, A. M.; Meier, M. // 2003

FUNCTION-ORIENTED CONFIGURATION OF PRODUCTS BY MEANS OF FEATURE & CONSTRAINT-BASERD MODELING

Höhne, Günter; Brix, Dr. T. // 2003
In the early design phases three main levels of abstraction can be distinguished, which describe the function, the principle and the embodiment (layout/form). Suitable representations (e.g. function ...

MODULARISATION OF MECHATRONIC MECHANISMS WITH DEPENDENT DEGREES OF FREEDOM

Möller, B.; Andersson, S.; Wikander, J. // 2003

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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