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CONTEXT-ORIENTED MODULARIZATION OF PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT PROCESSES USING MATRIX-BASED CLUSTERING

Hollauer, Christoph(1); Thomas, Robin (1); Rhodes, Donna H. (2); Lindemann, Udo (1) // 2018
System modularization is a common and well-established approach to reduce system complexity. However, methodical approaches for the modularization of product development processes (PDPs) can hardly ...

CONTINUOUS INTEGRATION OF MODEL VALIDATION INTO PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT

Forsteneichner, Christian; Paetzold, Kristin; Metschkoll, Matthias // 2018
The validation of product properties is a necessary part of the product development process. Consequently, methods and models used therefor have to be validated itself in order to produce reliable ...

CPM / PDD in the context of Design Thinking and Agile Development of Cyber-Physical Systems

Luedeke, Tobias F.; Köhler, Christian; Conrad, Jan; Grashiller, Michael; Sailer, Andreas; Vielhaber, Michael // 2018
This contribution offers an integrated view of an agile development process for cyber-physical systems which includes the creative stages and the technical implementation in one methodology. First, ...

CPM/PDD AS AN INTEGRATED PRODUCT AND PROCESS MODEL FOR A DESIGN-THINKING BASED, AGILE PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT PROCESS

Luedeke, Tobias F.; Köhler, Christian; Conrad, Jan; Grashiller, Michael; Ruf, Thomas; Sailer, Andreas; Vielhaber, Michael // 2018
This contribution describes an approach for an agile product development process for technical products considering the outputs of Design Thinking. As backbone serves the integrated product and ...

CROWD-BASED DATA-DRIVEN HYPOTHESIS GENERATION FROM DATA AND THE ORGANISATION OF PARTICIPATIVE SCIENTIFIC PROCESS

Sitruk, Yohann; Kazakçi, Akin // 2018
In scientific process, hypothesis generation is one the most important steps where creativity is needed most. As the science becomes more open and data-driven, it becomes interesting to analyse ...

CULTURALLY-SENSITIVE TOOLS FOR DESIGN GROUP IDEATION IN A JAPANESE CONTEXT

Taoka, Yuki; Kagohashi, Kaho; Saito, Shigeki; Mougenot, Celine // 2018
In engineering education at Japanese universities, design has recently been seen as a way of developing students’ mindset toward real life problem solving. In design project-based learning, students ...

Defining Requirements in Prototyping: The Holistic Prototype and Process Development

Schork, Stefan; Kirchner, Eckhard // 2018
Designers and developers use prototypes in the product development process to gather information about the final product and its behavior as early as possible as well as to lower the risk of ...

DERIVATION OF CRITERIA FOR RADICAL PRODUCT IDEAS

Herrmann, Thorsten; Roth, Daniel; Binz, Hansgeorg // 2018
One of the most important problems concerning the management of radical innovations is that companies do not differentiate between radical and incremental ideas within the design process. Thus ...

DERIVING A USE PHASE DATA STRATEGY FOR CONNECTED PRODUCTS: A PROCESS MODEL

Wilberg, Julian; Fahrmeier, Larissa; Hollauer, Christoph; Omer, Mayada // 2018
Data from connected products provides additional value because it enables companies to better understand their customers and their products’ usage. However, companies struggle to identify use cases ...

DESIGN FOR ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING: MAPPING OF PRODUCT FUNCTIONS

Valjak, Filip; Bojčetić, Nenad; Lukić, Marija // 2018
In this paper, authors present a new approach for supporting design process for additive manufacturing. The purpose of the method is to support structured process for the conceptual design phase and ...

Design for Qualification: A process for developing additive manufacturing components for critical systems

Dordlofva, Christo; Törlind, Peter // 2018
Additive Manufacturing (AM), and more specifically Powder Bed Fusion, offers design freedom, functional integration, and cost efficient manufacturing of customised products. These design and ...

DESIGN INQUIRY THROUGH MAKING

Sandra Gabriele // 2018
The graphic design process, from the initial brief to conceptualization to final artifacts, is a fluid series of activities where the designer alternates between action and reflection. Making ...

DESIGNING A LIFE SITUATION TOOL IN CO-CREATIVITY: PROPOSAL FOR A TOOL ADAPTED TO FABLABS

Lobbé, Justine; Bazzaro, Florence; Sagot, Jean-Claude // 2018
Today, in user-centred design, the user is integrated alongside the design team. In our work, we propose to go further and to integrate the user in the phases of co-creativity. Indeed, the user could ...

DEVELOPING A TAXONOMY FOR FREEHAND SKETCHING IN DESIGN

Hua, Min; Huang, Shan; Childs, Peter // 2018
Taxonomy can be helpful in characterising the roles of the sketch in design. Various attempts have been made to classify design sketches. Ferguson developed widely accepted sketch taxonomy and showed ...

DEVELOPMENT OF A BIOINSPIRED APPROACH FOR THE DESIGN OF KINEMATIC CHAINS

Bartz, Marcel; Gößling, Rainer; Remus, Robin; Bender, Beate // 2018
In recent years, bioinspired lightweight design has become a high priority in technology. An important source is the musculoskeletal system, which achieves a light construction by the interplay of ...

Development of Simulation Based Machine Design course

Jaakma, Kaur; Kiviluoma, Panu // 2018
While the traditional product design method emphasizes the structure and the documentation of the design work, simulation based design can add more value to the design process by using for example ...

DO BETTER SKETCHERS BECOME BETTER PRODUCT DESIGNERS?

Corremans, Jan A. M.; Vaes, Kristof R.; Coppieters, Werner // 2018
The importance and value of sketching as part of the creative design process has already been extensively argued. Not only the act of sketching and the number of sketches made have a positive effect ...

DRIVER FOR SUSTAINABLE (INDUSTRIAL) DESIGN CULTURE – THE >DESIGN SHIFT<

Wachs, Marina-Elena // 2018
The high quality of design products is a consequence of sustainable design, investigation of origins as well as requirements and additive design qualities while focusing on responsible cultural and ...

ECO-DESIGN IN THE PUPPET WORLD, A CO-LEARNING PROCESS

Allais, Romain; Tyl, Benjamin; Postel, Julie; Fleury, Raphaèle // 2018
Ecodesign has been widely explored in the development process of consumer and capital goods. This study focuses on the environmental assessment of puppets. The methodological approach is inductive ...

EFFECTS OF UNFOLDING TECHNIQUES AS DESIGN STIMULI IN BUILDING DESIGN

Tao Shen, Yukari Nagai // 2018
Through paper folding techniques, i.e. origami, people can make fascinating 3D forms from 2D sheets. Many architects utilise folding techniques in their design process as design stimuli. However, the ...

ELUCIDATING HERMENEUTIC AND REFLECTIVE DESIGN PRACTICES; IS IT POSSIBLE TO PRESENT A PRESCRIPTIVE PROCESS?

Liem, Andre // 2018
Reference to six modes of design reasoning, this article aims to elucidate designers´ hermeneutic and reflective ways of thinking. It seeks to answer whether it is possible to present a prescribed ...

ENABLING GRADUATED STUDENTS TO DESIGN FOR ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING THROUGH TEACHING AND EXPERIENCE TRANSFER

Ferchow, Julian Felix; Klahn, Christoph; Meboldt, Mirko // 2018
The cyclic manufacturing processes of Additive Manufacturing (AM) create three-dimensional objects layer by layer, offer a large freedom in design, and suffer from very different restrictions ...

ENGAGING STUDENTS WHILE TEACHING DESIGN TOPICS ACROSS DIVERSE PROJECTS

Benjamin, Stacy; Anderson, John // 2018
We present an approach for integrating design topics in an undergraduate capstone design course. In addition to project work, students learn design topics, such as IP, robust design and DFMA. ...

EXECUTABLE COST-SENSITIVE PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT OF A SELF-BALANCING TWO-WHEEL SCOOTER WITH GRAPH-BASED DESIGN LANGUAGES

Wünsch, Fabian; Ramsaier, Manuel; Breckle, Theresa; Stetter, Ralf; Till, Markus; Rudolph, Stephan // 2018
This paper deals with the integration of cost considerations into the technological design process of a product. As an example serves a self-balancing two-wheel scooter. The design process of that ...

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