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UNEXPECTED DISCOVERIES AND THEIR ENHANCEMENT OF THE DESIGN PROCESS

Mejia, Luis Alfonso; Arango, Hugo Dario; Chandrasekera, Tilanka // 2018
The design process has evolved with the inclusion of technology, affecting the creative process. Digital media tools have become for design studios and educational facilities a setting for idea ...

VALUE CREATION MECHANISMS IN PRODUCT VARIETY DEVELOPMENT

Pakkanen, Jarkko Tapani; Juuti, Tero Sakari; Lehtonen, Timo Artturi // 2018
The aim is to study value creation mechanisms in product variety development and to discuss how the mechanisms could be used in communicating and evaluating the business potential of product variety ...

A 21ST CENTURY APPROACH TO TEACHING ENGINEERING MECHANICS

Smit, Mark Jacobus; Persaud, Stefan Maxim // 2017
In product design engineering education, classes in engineering mechanics are often difficult, unrewarding and unsatisfying for both students and lecturers. Within the Product Design Engineering ...

A descriptive study of the effect of K-12 design education on changes in self-esteem

Broussard, Kaylin; Murphy, Lauren; Fu, Katherine Kai-Se // 2017
This research explores the hypothesis that introducing K-12 students to design education has the potential to introduce students to skills that are integral and vital to being a strong designer, with ...

A design method for restriction oriented lightweight design by using selective laser melting

Lippert, Bastian; Lachmayer, Roland // 2017
This paper describes the implementation of internal structures for mechanically loaded components to save material, and thus for a lightweight design, by using selective laser melting. Based on the ...

A function- and embodiment-based failure analysis method for an in-depth understanding of failure mechanisms

Gladysz, Bartosz; Spandl, Lukas; Albers, Albert // 2017
Research studies have shown that there is an industry demand for improved failure analysis as well as failure documentation and this could be accomplished by model-based failure analysis methods. ...

A geometric approach to tolerance analysis: Contribution to the robust design of flexible assemblies

Schluer, Christoph; Gust, Peter; Mersch, Frank; Diepschlag, Falko; Sersch, Alina // 2017
Tolerance analysis is an important element for virtual product development. It makes it possible to record the effects of permissible deviations for the complex assemblies. The component deviations ...

A method for systematic elaboration of research phenomena in design research

Horvath, Imre // 2017
The mission of design research is to discover and investigate not or partially known phenomena, and to formulate statements concerning their manifestations and relationships with other phenomena. ...

A method for the tolerance analysis of bearing seats for cylindrical roller bearings in respect to operating clearance and fatigue life

Aschenbrenner, Alexander; Wartzack, Sandro // 2017
Roller bearings are used in a vast variety of mechanical applications and are often highly stressed machine elements. Therefore the fatigue life of roller bearings can determine the reliability and ...

A new method for designing porous implant

Yang, Huiyuan; Zhao, Yaoyao // 2017
Porous interconnected structure has been widely used in designing bone implant as it provides a three-dimensional space for cell ingrowth and nutrients transportation. Current modeling techniques ...

A semi-formal approach to structure and access knowledge for multi-material-design

Kleemann, Sebastian; Inkermann, David; Bader, Benjamin; Türck, Eiko; Vietor, Thomas // 2017
In recent years multi-material-design has been of broad interest. There has been a great deal of literature on how multi-material-design has support realisation of lighter, cheaper products with ...

Additive repair design approach: Case study to repair aluminium base components

Zghair, Yousif Amsad; Lachmayer, Roland // 2017
Additive manufacturing is considered one of the modest manufacturing techniques. Using this technique in components repair is the state of the art in the industry of maintenance. This paper ...

ALIGNING ASSESSMENT RESULTS WITH LEARNING OUTCOMES

VOß, Markus; BOZKURT, Hulusi; SAUER, Thorsten // 2017
Competence-based education concentrates on learning outcomes instead of meticulously prescribing what to learn. A major problem for many lecturers and programme directors today is the lack of ...

An approach for holistic model-based engineering of industrial plants

Hooshmand, Yousef; Adamenko, Dmytro; Kunnen, Steffen; Köhler, Peter // 2017
Systems Engineering has been proven to be an effective approach to cope with the increasing complexity of systems, consisting of mechanical, electrical, electronic and software components. However, ...

Applying robust design methodology to a quadrotor drone

Coulombe, Charles; Gamache, Jean-Francois; Mohebbi, Abolfazl; Chouinard, Ugo; Achiche, Sofiane // 2017
Optimization of mechatronics system often rely on optimization of the controller, while treating the structural part of the system as a fixed constraint. The research work presented in this paper has ...

Biofidelic design of the forearm of a myoelectric prosthesis with maximum functional volume

Ramananarivo, Mathieu; Raison, Maxime; Barron, Olivier; Achiche, Sofiane // 2017
The congenital or traumatic amputation of upper limbs leads to strong mobility and socio-psychological disabilities. The amputees can choose between three types of prostheses: cosmetic, body-powered ...

Bridging the semantic gap in customer needs elicitation: a machine learning perspective

Wang, Yue; Zhang, Jian // 2017
The elicitation of customer needs (CNs) is a critical step in product development. However, these needs are often expressed in ambiguous, simple language and not in the form of well-defined ...

Building a computational laboratory for the study of team behaviour in product development

Perišić, Marija Majda; Štorga, Mario; Gero, John // 2017
As the result of the first phase of building a computational laboratory which is aimed to enable detail study of the emergent team properties and team behaviour in product development, this paper ...

Change in peer efficacy of senior design students during a design project: a case study

Patel, Apurva; O'Shields, Steven; Chickarello, Doug; Summers, Joshua; Turner, Cameron // 2017
Engineering students gain knowledge regarding mechanics, thermodynamics, and other topics throughout their undergraduate curriculums. However, often their instruction regarding design is not ...

Climbing C-trees: Analysing Concept-tree content and construction

Blanco, Eric; Le Dain, Marie-Anne; Lavayssiere, Pierre; Chevrier, Pierre // 2017
The aim of the paper is to analyze the rationale of production of C-trees used in innovative design workshop implementing C/K theory. Data had been produced within industrial creative workshops in ...

COMMON LANGUAGE FOR COMMUNITY BUILDING

Neuberg, Anita; Digranes, Ingvild // 2017
This paper is based on a master’s thesis that will be completed in the spring of 2017. Through critical realism, we will analyse the attitudes and priorities in design education in Norwegian primary ...

Cyber-physical effects on the virtual commissioning architecture

Illmer, Benjamin; Kaspar, Jerome; Vielhaber, Michael // 2017
In order to satisfy the growing customization desire and, thus, effecting an increasing product variability, future manufacturing systems have to be harmonized with new technologies such as ...

Decentralized handling of conflicts in multi-brand engineering change management

Hesselmann, Carsten; Kehl, Stefan; Stiefel, Patrick; Müller, Jörg // 2017
Changes on components that are commonly used in different products in multi-brand product development, cause various types of conflicts. This paper considers conflicts of interest among individuals ...

Definition and support of differentiation and integration in mechanical structure using S-curve theory and wavelet transform

Ishii, Takahiro; Parque, Victor; Miura, Satoshi; Miyashita, Tomoyuki // 2017
The differentiation and the integration of products are the essential procedures for product innovation. To understand the product innovation, the approaches using S-curve theory, which explain the ...

Boolean Searches

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    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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