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The design process at Le Corbusier, case of the Ronchamp chapel
Outmoune, Nadjat (1,2,3); Arrouf, Abdelmalek (1,2) // 2019
This work falls within the empirical studies of design activity. Its project is to understand Le Corbusier?s designing way and how does he work and structure his design processes. Doing so, it jumps ...
Toward Better Design-related Decision Making: A Proposal of an Advanced OODA Loop
Vettorello, Mattia; Eisenbart, Boris; Ranscombe, Charlie // 2019
To be successful in innovation, organisations need to be dynamically adaptable to novel situations to avoid getting ?left behind?. Yet, they face vast uncertainties stemming from unforeseeable ...
Unterstützung des Variantenmanagements von Elektromotoren durch wissensbasierte Systeme
Johann Tüchsen  ; Julian Dorsch ; Moritz Obendorfer ; Benjamin Schleich ; Sandro Wartzack  // 2019
The automotive industry electrifies a huge variety of previously mechanically-actuated car functions. While sharing the same function. the used electric motors often differ in customer related ...
Using Open Source Code Libraries for Robust Design Analysis
Otto, Kevin; Wang, Jiahui; Uyan, Tekin // 2019
The design of systems today often involves computer simulation to assess performance and design margins. Understanding how variability erases design margin is important to assure adequacy of margins, ...
Variation analysis of design parameters of fibre-reinforced plastic parts
Franz, Michael; Schleich, Benjamin; Wartzack, Sandro // 2019
Lightweight Design as an engineering domain is becoming more and more important in terms of sustainable mobility. Therefore, a large number of researchers is developing methods for utilisation of ...
VISUAL THINKING IN DESIGNING A FUTURE MOBILITY RESEARCH AND EDUCATION STRATEGY
van Grondelle, Elmer D.; Santema, Sicco C. // 2019
em’s approach in which core design knowledge is as important as an understanding of human behaviour and how to elicit and inspire that.
To adapt to this new reality the automotive industry must ...
WIDENING ACCESS TO UNIVERSITY ENGINEERING EDUCATION - AN INITIATIVE TO RAISE SCHOOL ATTAINMENT
Thomson, Avril Isabel; McLaren, Andrew; Adams, Richard // 2019
Countries around the world have witnessed educational expansion at all levels. UK participation rates in Higher Education in the UK continue to increase with The Higher Education Initial ...
A NEW APPROACH FOR PATENT USE IN STUDENT DESIGN ENGINEERING PROJECTS
Maclachlan, Ross John Robert; Wodehouse, Andrew; Vasantha, Gokula // 2018
This paper presents a new philosophy for patent use in student design projects; patents are more valuable when viewed as creative and learning resources rather than as a list of prior art to be ...
A NEW MODEL FOR CAPTURING DESIGN INFORMATION WITH AN AIM TO AID CHANGE PROPAGATION ASSESSMENT AND SUBSEQUENT REDESIGN
Brahma, Arindam; Wynn, David C. // 2018
A new model is developed to investigate the causes of change propagation and guide the redesign process. The model offers a micro-level perspective on the mechanisms through which changes propagate ...
AGILE BEYOND SOFTWARE - A STUDY OF A LARGE SCALE AGILE INITIATIVE
Lindlöf, Ludvig; Furuhjelm, Jörgen // 2018
Central to the effectiveness of design teams is how the planning of the design work is organized and coordinated. This paper describes how Saab Aeronautics, a large Swedish developer of jet fighter ...
AN ASSESSMENT OF METHODS TO SUPPORT THE DESIGN OF FUTURE ROBUST MODULAR PRODUCT ARCHITECTURES
Greve, Erik; Krause, Dieter // 2018
Modular product architectures enable not only a trade-off between the external variety demanded by the customer and the cost-causing internal variety, but also facilitate the ability to react on ...
Analysis of dynamic system behaviour using sequence modelling with the C&C²-Approach – a case study on a power tool hammer mechanism
Matthiesen, Sven; Wettstein, Andreas; Grauberger, Patric // 2018
In product development, the building of simulation models for analysis is a general approach. Nowadays, products are mostly developed in generations, which means these models can be re-used in ...
APPLICATION OF “CODEVE” METHODOLOGY IN TRANSATLANTIC STUDENT DESIGN PROJECT
Kovacevic, Ahmed; Howell, Bryan; Jagadeesh, Chetan; Read, Matthew; Horak, Peter; Tarnok, Zsolt; Hazen, Garrett; Leto, Amar // 2018
COllaborative DEsign in Virtual Environment (CODEVE) is a teaching methodology developed within the European Global Product Realisation (EGPR) course over a number of years. It was developed to ...
APPROACHES TO TEACHING PRODUCT DESIGN TO ENGINEERING STUDENTS
Sathikh, Peer Mohideen // 2018
3D computer aided design (CAD) and 3D printing seems to have developed to such a degree that the students in engineering courses are made to believe that they could attempt to design all aspects of a ...
Augmenting Physical Prototype Activities in Early-Stage Product Development
Kohtala S. M. I.; Erichsen, Jørgen Andreas Bogen; Sjöman, Heikki; Steinert, Martin // 2018
Prototyping in the early-stage of product development is widely used for exploring solutions and generating knowledge. Prototypes in the form of tangible artefacts have many advantages, including ...
BALL BEARINGS AS SENSORS FOR SYSTEMATICAL COMBINATION OF LOAD AND FAILURE MONITORING
Schirra, Tobias; Martin, Georg; Vogel, Sven; Kirchner, Eckhard // 2018
In modern machine architecture, complex mechanical components guarantee the function of the system. Specific maintenance rates reduce maintenance effort and cost. The combination of load and failure ...
COME AND PLAY SERVICE DESIGNER WITH US! - CO-CREATING A PLAYABLE CUSTOMER JOURNEY INSTALLATION
Pirita Johanna Ihamäki, Katriina Irina Heljakka // 2018
""User-centered design or user-focused design are terms which describe processes that attempt to involve potential customers or users within a design process. The intention of such processes is to ...
COMMUNITY OF TECHNOLOGY, UNLEASH YOUR POWER TO EDUCATE - “A NEW ORGANISATIONAL APPROACH TO INTEGRATE COMPETENCE, KNOWLEDGE AND SOLUTION DRIVEN PATHWAYS”
Braam, Wilco; Persaud, Stefan; van den, Mirjam Bosch; Troxler, Peter // 2018
Trends and driving forces around us are moving fast in multiple directions. Technical developments in the fields of circular economy, internet of things, bio-based products, robotics, energy and ...
CORPORATE REQUIREMENT CULTURE IN DEVELOPMENT OF A LARGE SCALE MEDICAL SYSTEM: A CASE STUDY
DelSpina, Brandon; Gilliam, Sarah; Summers, Joshua; Morkos, Beshoy // 2018
This case study explores requirements evolution of a medical device system. The study focuses on the analysis of requirements via interviews and document analysis. The mechanical, software, and ...
CREATIVE PATH TO PRACTICAL KNOWLEDGE - CASE OF A TRIPLE HELIX FRAMEWORK
Čok, Vanja; Fain, Nuša; Žavbi, Roman; Vukašinović, Nikola // 2018
The paper presents a successful Triple helix collaboration between university, industry and government that resulted in commercialisation of a sustainable new product within the aircraft industry. ...
CYCLE TO DISCOVER NEW NEEDS
Tsubasa Nakamura, Yukari Nagai // 2018
In recent years, owing to the widespread use of digital fabrication, spaces for creators, such as fab laboratories and working spaces, are increasing. However, it is difficult to discover new needs ...
DATA DRIVEN DESIGN SELECTION AND GENERATION - AN INDUSTRIAL CASE STUDY ON ELECTRIC MOTORS
Tüchsen, Johann; Pop, Adrian Cornel; Koch, Matthias; Schleich, Benjamin; Wartzack, Sandro // 2018
This paper presents a novel design selection and generation mechanism for fast and efficient solution-finding based on the knowledge-based systems concept. Such a mechanism can be fully exploited in ...
DEFINING AGILE CULTURE USING TOPIC MODELLING
Rebentisch, Eric; Schuh, Günther; Dölle, Christian; Mattern, Christian; Abel, Hendrik // 2018
The implementation of Agile Methods is often subject to failure, with cultural issues being the most commonly named reason. The purpose of this paper is to analyse the relationship between ...
DESIGN EXPLORATION OF BIOMORPHIC FREEFORM UNIT CELLS FOR ADDITIVELY MANUFACTURED LATTICE STRUCTURES UNDER COMPRESSIVE LOADS
Thallemer, Axel; Kostadinov, Aleksandar; Fam, Abel; Teo, Alex // 2018
Additive manufacturing methods facilitate the production of complex cellular materials. Commonly, their designs are based on primitive solids using linear struts without curvature continuous joints ...
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