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How do C&C²-models improve the understanding of system behaviour in failure analysis?

Gladysz, Bartosz; Megner, Tino; Mayer, Marcel; Albers, Albert // 2018
In previous publications a new approach has been introduced based on the Contact and Channel Approach (C&C²-A),which integrates embodiment design with cause and effect relations in one model. ...

HOW MOOD FOSTERS CREATIVITY IN PRODUCT DESIGN? EXPERIMENTAL EVIDENCES ON HUMOUR IMPACT DURING A CONCEPTUAL DESIGN SESSION IN A MASTER DEGREE CLASS

De Napoli, Luigi; Rizzuti, Sergio; Raco, Alessandro // 2018
Humour may improve performance in creative problem solving as demonstrated in various studies, although the mechanisms underlying this phenomenon are still unclear. In this work the mechanisms of how ...

HOW TO SELECT APPROPRIATE STIMULATION MECHANISMS TO PERFORM AN ECO-IDEATION SESSION?

Tyl, Benjamin; Vallet, Flore; Pialot, Olivier // 2018
The generation of eco-innovative ideas requires the development of specific heuristics or stimuli. If several types of heuristics have been elaborated in innovation -and eco-innovation-, the ...

IMPLEMENTING PLM BY USING A PDM-SYSTEM IN UNIVERSITY EDUCATION - EVALUATING 3 YEARS OF TEACHING

Dittmann, Claudia; Jacobs, Georg; Katzwinkel, Tim; Konrad, Christian; Sulejmani, Fatmir; Weigel, Chantal; van Issum, Daniel // 2018
The future generation of mechanical engineers has to meet a broad range of exigencies concerning their skills. Today’s product development processes are becoming more complex. The requirements of ...

IMPROVEMENT OPPORTUNITIES FOR THE COLLABORATION OF DESIGN AND SIMULATION DEPARTMENTS - AN INTERVIEW STUDY

Schweigert-Recksiek, Sebastian; Lindemann, Udo // 2018
As mechanical simulations of products play an increasingly important role in design processes, improving the collaboration of design and simulation departments has come into focus. In order to ...

Integration of Measurement Functions in Existing Systems – Retrofitting as Basis for Digitalization

Vorwerk-Handing, Gunnar; Martin, Georg; Kirchner, Eckhard // 2018
In the current situation of a rapidly progressing digitalization has to be noticed, that still a lot of technical systems exist which were developed without taking the particular requirements of ...

INTRODUCING AUGMENTED REALITY AT SECONDARY COLLEGES OF ENGINEERING

Probst, Andreas; Ebner, Martin // 2018
In Austria there is a unique curriculum of technical education which is taught at Federal Secondary Colleges of Engineering (HTL). Despite mechanical engineering design with industrial standard 3D ...

LEGITIMISING THE ROLE OF AN INTERNATIONAL DESIGN EXPERT: BEYOND THE TRADITIONAL APPROACH OF COLLABORATIVE PROJECTS

Velasquez-Montoya, Marcela; Velasquez-Posada, Alejandra // 2018
The essence of collaborative projects between university and industry, is to find a space where pedagogical strategies are focused on activities that: a) foster innovation within the company to ...

LINKING ECODESIGN CAPABILITIES TO CORPORATE PERFORMANCE: PROPOSAL OF A SIMULATION-BASED APPROACH

Rodrigues, Vinicius Picanco; Pigosso, Daniela; McAloone, Tim // 2018
The absence of mechanisms to evaluate the potential benefits of ecodesign prior to implementation is a major barrier to wider adoption. There is a need to understand how the development of ecodesign ...

Managing Assumptions during Analysis - Study on successful Approaches of Design Engineers

Matthiesen, Sven; Nelius, Thomas // 2018
The analysis of technical systems is the basis for a successful product development. Only a detailed understanding of the design problem allows the synthesis of a successful solution. To synthesize ...

Managing Systems of Objectives in the agile Development of Mechatronic Systems by ASD - Agile Systems Design

Albers, Albert; Heimicke, Jonas; Hirschter, Tobias; Richter, Thilo; Reiß, Nicolas; Maier, Alexander; Bursac, Nikola // 2018
In the development of mechatronic systems and the associated product services and business models, the system of objectives contains all relevant objectives of various stakeholders, as well as ...

Methodical Evaluation of Sensor Positions for Condition Monitoring of Gears

Martin, Georg; Vogel, Sven; Schirra, Tobias; Vorwerk-Handing, Gunnar; Kirchner, Eckhard // 2018
With the increasing digitalization of mechanical engineering and the development of mechanical systems into cyber-physical systems, predictive maintenance and condition monitoring have become more ...

Methodology for plausibility checking of structural mechanics simulations using deep learning on existing simulation data

Spruegel, Tobias; Rothfelder, Richard; Bickel, Sebastian; Grauf, Andreas; Sauer, Christopher; Schleich, Benjamin; Wartzack, Sandro // 2018
In modern product development, the use of sophisticated simulation tools for assessing the effects of design changes on the intended product behavior is essential. However, setting up valid ...

MODEL-BASED DECISION SUPPORT FOR VALUE AND SUSTAINABILITY ASSESSMENT: APPLYING MACHINE LEARNING IN AEROSPACE PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT

Bertoni, Alessandro; Dasari, Siva Krishna; Hallstedt, Sophie I.; Andersson, Petter // 2018
This paper presents a prescriptive approach toward the integration of value and sustainability models in an automated decision support environment enabled by machine learning (ML). The approach ...

MODEL-DRIVEN VALUE ASSESSMENT: A CASE FROM THE FOOD PACKAGING INDUSTRY

Bertoni, Marco; Chowdhery, Syed Azad; Bellini, Anna // 2018
Consumer perception of food packaging solutions is driven by early design decisions on paperboard configuration and manufacturing technologies. Simulation Driven Design is common to frontload design ...

MODELLING CHANGE WITH AN INTEGRATED APPROACH TO MANUFACTURING SYSTEM DESIGN

Olmez, Hatice; Hassannezhad, Mohammad; Ball, Nigel; Clarkson, P. John // 2018
This paper proposes a model that integrates information from product, process and organisation domains with a view to help manage these complex interrelationships with multiple layers of interaction. ...

OnOff: Creative Method Integration: from Physical to Digital and Back in Mechanical Engineering and Product Design

Avital, Iko; Mazor, Gedalya // 2018
The principal objective of this paper is to demonstrate the capability of a smartphone being a useful learning sources tool in product design, rather than being a hindrance in class. OnOff is an ...

ONTOLOGY-BASED APPROACH FOR THE USE OF INTENTIONAL FORGETTING IN PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT

Kügler, Patricia; Kestel, Philipp; Schon, Claudia; Marian, Max; Schleich, Benjamin; Staab, Steffen; Wartzack, Sandro // 2018
When reusing product knowledge in design processes, developers have to decide which knowledge elements are relevant for a task. Thus, mechanisms of knowledge removal are vital for a successful reuse, ...

PARAMETRIC DESIGN THINKING ABOUT DIGITAL AND MATERIAL SURFACE PATTERNS

Lyche, Wenche; Berg, Arild; Andreassen, Kristin // 2018
There is a growing need in contemporary society to understand new and emerging relationships between technology and creativity. In practice-oriented areas of education such as design, many ...

PERCEIVED QUALITY OF THE SPLIT-LINE DESIGN AND QUALITY

Striegel, Serena Simone; Zielinski, Daniel // 2018
Increasing customer expectations towards high product quality and shorter product development cycles require new and standardized methods to asses a product’s quality on an objective level. The ...

PGE - PRODUCT GENERATION ENGINEERING IN ENGINEERING EDUCATION: REAL-WORLD PROBLEMS FOR BEGINNERS IN STUDENT PROJECTS

Albers, Albert; Matthiesen, Sven; Bursac, Nikola; Rapp, Simon; Hölz, Kevin; Eisenmann, Matthias // 2018
The academic education of engineering students aims at qualifying for engineering practice. Hence courses in mechanical and mechatronic design in the early stage of engineering education include ...

PLAYING WITH DIVERSITY AND CONFORMITY IN DESIGN-ORIENTATED PROJECT MANAGEMENT EDUCATION

BERNARDES, MAURICIO MOREIRA E SILVA; DE OLIVEIRA, GEISA GAIGER; FRAGA, PAULA GÖRGEN RADICI // 2018
Teaching in higher education has been facing a series of challenges, both in terms of the nature of the demands and dynamics of the market, and also with respect to the continuous expansion and ...

POSSIBLE NEUROBIOLOGICAL MECHANISMS BEHIND CREATIVE DESIGN

Roger David Orpwood // 2018
Understanding of the way objects and behaviours are represented in the brain provides some insight into how creative ideation may take place. This paper uses an example of the design of a simple ...

PREPARING FOR DIPLOMA: FACILITATING AND OPTIMISING THE MENTAL JOURNEY

Skulberg, Harald // 2018
In higher design education, relevant preparation for professional practice in industry is vital for coming professional designers. Today, we experience that society, market mechanisms, technological ...

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