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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 ...
Production – as seen in product development: A theoretical review of how established product development process models address the production system
Henriksson, Fredrik; Detterfelt, Jonas // 2018
It is a well-known fact that collaboration between design and production during product development is a critical success factor. Literature on product development have described many different ...
Rapid Concept Evaluations using Modular Construction Systems
Persson, Johan A; Wiberg, Anton // 2018
This paper presents how modular construction systems are used in product development projects for mechanical engineering students to rapidly generate and evaluate different concepts. Additionally, ...
ROBUST DESIGN FOR MECHATRONIC MACHINE ELEMENTS - HOW ROBUST DESIGN ENABLES THE APPLICATION OF MECHATRONIC SHAFT-HUB CONNECTION
Vogel, Sven; Martin, Georg; Schirra, Tobias; Kirchner, Eckhard // 2018
This paper discusses the difficulties caused by production precision for a widespread application of sensorial Mechatronic Machine Elements to expand existing machines or designs to ...
SAME, SAME BUT DIFFERENT: CORE DESIGN TEACHING IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
Barrie, Jeff // 2018
Mechanical Engineering students learn a lot in their first two years of study, building up core engineering knowledge. Courses and subjects range from Mathematics to Solid Mechanics, Thermodynamics ...
State of the art of generative design and topology optimization and potential research needs
Tyflopoulos, Evangelos; Tollnes, Flem David; Steinert, Martin; Olsen, Anna // 2018
Additive manufacturing allows us to build almost anything; traditional CAD however restricts us to known geometries and encourages the re-usage of previously designed objects, resulting in robust but ...
Studying the Technologies of Industry 4.0 with Influence on Product Development using Factor Analysis
Schuh, Guenther; Doelle, Christian; Mattern, Christian; Modler, Marie-Christine; Schloesser, Sebastian // 2018
Technological changes in the context of Industry4.0 affect industrial processes on a large scale. Whereas Industry4.0 has become a common topic in production-oriented research areas, the influence on ...
Supporting distributed design teams with regard to processes, methods & tools and competencies & qualifications
Bavendiek, Ann-Kathrin; Paulsen, Hilko; Vietor, Thomas; Kauffeld, Simone // 2018
Due to globalization, increasing concurrence, time pressure, as well as the complexity of today’s products, enterprises develop and produce products more internationally. This results in the ...
SYSTEMATIC INTEGRATION OF PROJECT-BASED LEARNING IN AN UNDERGRADUATE HUMAN-COMPUTER INTERACTION COURSE: A CASE STUDY
Ribu, Kirsten; Patel, Tulpesh // 2018
Project-based learning (PjBL) is a well-known student-centred methodology for engineering design education that encourages student-active learning through enhanced participation in the learning ...
TEACHING VIRTUAL PRODUCT DESIGN AT UNIVERSITY LEVEL – A REVIEW OF 3 YEARS OF FRESHMAN STUDENT EDUCATION
Weigel, Chantal; Jacobs, Georg; Katzwinkel, Tim; Dittmann, Claudia; Konrad, Christian; Sulejmani, Fatmir; van Issum, Daniel // 2018
This paper reviews the teaching of virtual product development during the past semesters for students of mechanical engineering at RWTH Aachen University. It outlines the specific structure of the ...
TESTING DESIGN STIMULI FOR DESIGN-BYANALOGY ON A LARGE SET OF DESIGNERS
Lizhen Jia, Niccolò Becattini, Gaetano Cascini, Runhua Tan // 2018
This paper presents evidence supporting the hypothesis that, for designers not specifically trained in designing-by-analogy, the sources of inspiration that share the same (sub-functions) and context ...
THE FUNCTION OF CO-CREATION IN DYNAMIC MECHANISM OF INTERSUBJECTIVITY FORMATION AMONG INDIVIDUALS
Matsumae, Akane; Nagai, Yukari // 2018
This study aims to elucidate the dynamic mechanism of formation process of intersubjectivity among individuals in various contexts: how a design process affects formation of intersubjectivity among ...
THE INFLUENCE OF MATERIAL PROPERTY VARIANCES AND PRINTING TOLERANCES ON THE MECHANICAL BEHAVIOR OF AN ADDITIVELY MANUFACTURED META-MATERIAL TANK TRACK BACKER PAD
Franklin, Samuel; Fadel, Georges; Li, Gang; Coutris, Nicole // 2018
This paper explores the influences that potential variances in material properties and nominal dimensions have on the overall mechanical behavior of an additively manufactured meta-material. The ...
The Way We Design: A design process and manual for industrial product development
Kenger, Patrick // 2018
The design work made by designing engineers need to be clearly defined and structured. The design process to follow should naturally lead to a systematic design work that reduce wasteful work, and ...
THEORETICALLY COMPARING DESIGN THINKING TO DESIGN METHODS FOR LARGE-SCALE INFRASTRUCTURE SYSTEMS
Miguel Andres Guerra, Shealy Tripp // 2018
Design of new and re-design of existing infrastructure systems will require creative ways of thinking in order to meet increasingly high demand for services. Both the theory and practice of design ...
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