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A model-based approach for early robustness evaluation – Combination of Contact and Channel Approach with tolerance graphs in SysML
Dennis Horber (1), Jiahang Li (2), Patric Grauberger (2), Benjamin Schleich (1), Sven Matthiesen (2), Sandro Wartzack (1) // 2022
Considering variations is essential for the development of robust products, but the applicability of existing robust design approaches in early stages is challenging due to the lack of product ...
Combined environments - challenges and potentials in the realistic component testing
Philipp Hüttich, Stefan Panek, Dieter Krause // 2022
Structural components can be exposed to extreme environmental conditions during operation over their service life. For this reason, they have to pass corresponding tests during development and ...
Engineering idea generation framework for the digital era
Vepsäläinen, Jari // 2022
Engineering design processes provide structure for problem-solving but do not aim for novelty but rather explore than expand the known design space. An idea generation framework is proposed which ...
Handling the Complexity of Tool Selection Processes – Simulation Data Management in the Automotive Supplier Industry
Schweigert-Recksiek, Sebastian (1); Riener, Harald (2); Koch, Paul (1); Meier, Dirk (1); Daners, Andre (3); Krastel, Marcus (1) // 2022
Both the number and the complexity of numerical mechanical simulations are constantly increasing. This leads to increasing quantities and higher interconnectedness of the resulting data objects. In ...
Material selection for extreme thermo-mechanical loads using design space projection: A concept study for an ultra-high power X-Ray source
Ravichandran, Mahadevan; Winter, Johanna; Bartzsch, Stefan; Zimmermann, Markus // 2022
Material selection in the concept design phase may be challenging due to circular dependencies. Commonly used methods like ...
Modular Parametric Architecture Design for Ferry Bilge Systems
Herremans, B. R. (1); Wilschut, T. (2); Deul, M. (3); Vink, B. (3); Brouwer, R. (3) // 2022
Damen shipyards has set out to develop a modular parametric ferry architecture to enable their nautical engineers to transition from the current implicit Configure-to-Order (CtO) design and ...
A design rationale analysis method towards robust artifact design
Tsutsui, Y., Mitake, Y., Sholihah, M., Hosono, S., & Shimomura, Y. // 2021
A robust design research landscape - review on the importance of design research for achieving product robustness
Eifler, T., & Schleich, B. // 2021
A STUDENTS EXPLORATION WITH DIGITAL DESIGN: ASSOSIATIONS AND EMOTIONS FROM NATURE
Øverjordet, Pernille // 2021
Through the ages humans has drawn inspiration from nature. We`ve seen in art, design, and architecture. Nature is inexhaustible for inspiration, and different individuals find new things that ...
A STUDY ON THE COMMUNICATION METHOD FOR ONLINE PARTICIPATORY DESIGN WORKSHOP
Zhang, Yanfang (1); Inamura, Tokushu (1); Ito, Shinichiro (2); Cruz, Christian (3) // 2021
In the 21st century, global environmental changes and rapid changes in social structures have led to a variety of social issues. To solve these global issues, new mechanisms need to be created. In ...
ADAPTATIONS OF DESIGN PROJECT MANAGEMENT EDUCATION IN THE PANDEMIC
Bernardes, Mauricio Moreira E Silva; Fetter, Sandro Roberto; Oliveira, Geisa Gaiger De // 2021
The efficiency of a project management process is strongly related to the way in which the responsible manager and team build, organize, plan and control the project. A project management process ...
Approach for the automated and data-based design of mechanical joints
Zirngibl, C., Schleich, B., & Wartzack, S. // 2021
BIO-INSPIRED PRODUCT DESIGN BRIEF MODULE
Weiss, Alon // 2021
The principal objective of this paper is to demonstrate the capability of biomimetic inspiration as a useful thinking module in product design education. This bottom-up approach of Paradigm Module is ...
CONSTRUCTIVE ALIGNMENT OF A FLIPPED DESIGN AUTOMATION LECTURE
Gembarski, Paul Christoph // 2021
Design automation in mechanical engineering requires students not only to obtain competences in the application of computer aided design software and the creation of knowledge-based product models. ...
DESIGN AND CREATIVITY FOR DEVELOPING DIGITAL MATURITY SKILLS
Canina, Maria Rita; Bruno, Carmen // 2021
Design and engineer education urgently need to co-evolve with the human, technological and cultural evolution of the digital era we are facing. Indeed, digital transformation is changing people’s ...
DESIGN THINKING AND DESIGN OF EXPERIMENTS: THE FUSION OF THE SCHOOL OF DESIGN AND INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING TO CREATE LEARNING EXPERIENCES IN THE TEC21 EDUCATIONAL MODEL
Gonzalez Almaguer, Carlos Alberto; Caballero Montes, Eduardo; Acuña López, Alejandro; Zubieta Ramírez, Claudia; Saavedra Gastelum, Verónica; Barbosa Saucedo, Edgar Alejandro; Lule Salinas, María // 2021
Two characteristics of the Tec21Educational Model at Tecnologico de Monterrey are learning-based-on-challenges (LBC) and the intent to provide memorable experiences during university education. These ...
HOW REMOTE/DISTANCE CLASS INSTRUCTION WHEN WORKING WITH INDUSTRY/INSTITUTIONAL PROJECT SPONSORS ON A STUDIO PROJECT CAN BE MANAGED TO PROVIDE A ROBUST EDUCATIONAL EXPERIENCE
Choi, Young Mi; Wilson, Wendell Gordon // 2021
This paper will examine how remote communication tools such as ‘BlueJeans’ or Microsoft ‘Teams’ can be employed in a studio project to enhance the undergraduate educational experience in the context ...
INTEGRATING DIGITISATION, MONITORING AND SELF-ORGANISATION SKILLS INTO INTEGRATED DESIGN ENGINEERING EDUCATION
Eiden, Andreas (1); Juresa, Yannick (1); Göbel, Jens C. (1); Teutsch, Roman (2); Klaeger, Kristine (3); Gries, Katharina (4) // 2021
Mechanical engineering curriculums at German universities have mostly theoretical approaches to design theory. Several institutes and chairs have specialized courses regarding this topic, but these ...
INTELLIGENT TUTORING SYSTEM AS A TOOL OF FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT IN DESIGN EDUCATION
Hoppe, Lukas Valentin; Gembarski, Paul Christoph; Lachmayer, Roland // 2021
In times of increasing digitalization, universities are turning to digital media to promote effective learning. In addition to comprehensive learning platforms, on which learning materials and ...
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DESIGN, DOES THE PAST HOLD THE KEY TO THE FUTURE?
Sole, Martin (1); Barber, Patrick (2); Turner, Ian (3) // 2021
Industry design of a complex product has always required a cross-disciplinary team of experts. Is it possible to mimic these teams in academia when training the design engineers of the future, and ...
Methodik zur frühzeitigen Integration prozessspezifischer Einflussfaktoren aus der automatisierten Montage in die Auslegung funktionskritischer Komponenten
Eva Russwurm, Florian Faltus, Fabian Laukotka, Lukas Schwan, Matthias Brossog, Dieter Krause, Jörg Franke // 2021
Dimensioning function-critical components in automated manufacturing systems is critically and depends on the handled objects as well as the handling processes. The processes lead to mechanical ...
Methodischer Aufbau von Entwicklungsumgebungen nach dem Generative Parametric Design Approach
Kevin Herrmann, Osman Altun, Philipp Wolniak, Iryna Mozgova, Roland Lachmayer // 2021
Computer-aided development environments have increasingly found their way into product development over the last 20 years. Particularly in the development of different product variants for different ...
Methodology for Structuring and Bundling Product-Service Systems
Riesener, Michael; Dölle, Christian; Kreß, Julian; Boßmann, Carsten; Schuh, Günther // 2021
Companies from the mechanical and plant engineering sector are increasingly offering Product-Service Systems (PSS) because they are facing greater competitive pressure within their industry. ...
RETHINKING AND ADAPTING APPROACHES TO EDUCATION FOR SUSTAINABILITY TO ADDRESS CULTURAL AND BEHAVIOURAL CHANGE AND CHALLENGES
Andrews, Deborah; Newton, Elizabeth J.; Lishman, Ben // 2021
Designers and engineers have developed many products, systems and services that have been socially, economically and environmentally beneficial. From the early 1930s however, many designers and ...
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”
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.