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PREDICTION OF THE RESIDUAL LIFE OF A COMPONENT UNDER INTENSIVE RANDOM DYNAMIC LOADING WITHIN THE SCOPE OF TECHNICAL INHERITANCE

Mozgova, Iryna; Yanchevskyi, Ihor; Lachmayer, Roland // 2018
An important part of the Technical Inheritance approach are suited methods and algorithms for analyzing the data of manufacturing and usage of components, as well as methods for assessing the current ...

Product Modeling Tools: Approach to a targeted Application in User-Centered Product Design

Oberhofer, Felix; Maier, Thomas // 2018
Since the focus on the user is becoming increasingly important, the requirements on product modeling tools to design user centered products increase in equal measure. The range of applicable tools is ...

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 ...

PUTTING THEORY TO PRACTICE: REFLECTIONS ON THE INTEGRATION OF PRODUCT DESIGN ASPECTS IN AAL PROJECTS

Dittenberger, Sandra // 2018
This paper discusses the question of the awareness and representation of product design aspects in the user-centred design's ISO process model applied in research projects in the realm of the Active ...

RE-DESIGN AND RE-MANUFACTURING OF DISCONTINUED SPARE PARTS IMPLEMENTING ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING IN THE MILITARY FIELD

Montero, Joaquin; Paetzold, Kristin; Bleckmann, Matthias; Holtmannspoetter, Jens // 2018
In military systems, usually the repair of deployed equipment can become impossible due to the lack of a spare, either due to logistical problems or because said component is no longer in production. ...

ROLE OF BIOLOGISTS IN BIOMIMETIC DESIGN PROCESSES: PRELIMINARY RESULTS

Graeff, Eliot; Maranzana, Nicolas; Aoussat, Améziane // 2018
Although biomimetic design practice becomes more and more common, some methodological aspects are still under development. More especially, this article aims at dealing with biologist’s role and ...

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 ...

SHOCK EMPATHY WORKSHOP: EXPLORING EMPATHY SKILLS FOR DESIGNERS AND NON-DESIGNERS

Dan Brian Trowsdale, Gerard Du, Jacques Giard // 2018
User-centered design or user-focused design are terms which describe processes that attempt to involve potential customers or users within a design process. The intention of such processes is to ...

SIMULATION-SUPPORTED PARTICIPATIVE PROCESSES IMPROVEMENT IN ENGINEERING DESIGN

Becerril, Lucia; Lindemann, Udo // 2018
In today’s dynamic environment, companies need to adapt their design processes faster than ever. Lack of employee involvement has been highlighted as a main issue during the adoption of new processes ...

SUPPORTING DESIGN TASKS THROUGH CONSTRAINT SATISFACTION TOOLS

Nardelli, Miriam; Cicconi, Paolo; Raffaeli, Roberto; Germani, Michele // 2018
Nowadays, different commercial tools are available to support engineers during optimization tasks in engineering design; however, many researches have been still studying tools and methods to improve ...

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 ...

SUPPORTING TAILORING OF COMPLEX PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT PROCESSES: AN APPROACH BASED ON STRUCTURAL MODELLING AND ANALYSIS

Hollauer, Christoph; Langner, Michael; Lindemann, Udo // 2018
Project tailoring is discussed in academia and industry as a way to bridge the project-specific adaptation of generic organizational reference process models. Research into process tailoring in ...

System simulation of a high-pressure storage depending on the degree of product maturity

Duschek, Daniel; Vielhaber, Michael // 2018
The constantly increasing customer requirements as well as the shortening of development and innovation cycles of future vehicle models presents the automotive industry with a great challenge. In ...

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 ...

TAILORING RISK MANAGEMENT IN DESIGN

Tegeltija, Miroslava; Oehmen, Josef; McMahon, Christopher Alan; Maier, Anja; Kozin, Igor; Škec, Stanko // 2018
While risk quantification research has grown over the last few decades, only a limited number of studies have addressed the overall process integration of these approaches in design risk management. ...

Target Weighing Approach: Study to evaluate the benefits of a methodical approach in comparison to classical company processes for the identification of lightweight design potentials

Revfi, Sven; Albers, Albert; Stegmiller, Marcus // 2018
In order to achieve weight targets, the product developer can rely on the five lightweight design strategies concept, material, form, manufacturing and conditional lightweight design. However, ...

TEACHING CREATIVITY BY CHANGE OF MIND-SET: FROM GOAL-ORIENTATED TO OPEN AND CURIOUS

Olander, Elin // 2018
Creativity is a wildly debated topic among scholars and practitioners, but one that lacks consensus. Many have tried to define, describe and explain creativity, its purpose, effect and use. Is ...

TEACHING DRAWING BASED ON THE DESIGN PROCESS - EXPLORING CREATIVITY

Anelise Zimmermann, Solange Coutinho // 2018
The teaching of drawing in BA Graphic Design courses in Brazil is frequently associated with paradigms mainly based on the development of technical skills. However, studies into drawing reveal it to ...

The Application of Augmented Reality in Interior Design Education

Gürçınar, Elif; Esen, Özge Ceylan // 2018
This research is about the application of Augmented Reality (AR) in interior design education.AR has been a widely researched technology in many fields, and education is one of them, it is also ...

THE BENEFITS OF GENDER EQUALITY AND DIVERSITY IN DESIGN EDUCATION

Bjørnstad, Nina // 2018
Cultural diversity amongst master students at Institute of Design at AHO has increased, which provides a multitude of methods and practices. Since different new design disciplines, as e.g. service ...

THE CHARACTERISTICS OF SUCCESSFUL MEANING CONSTRUCTION IN DESIGN TEAMS

Knudsen, Line Sand; Tollestrup, Christian; Haase, Louise Møller // 2018
Creation of new meanings of products and services is acknowledged as the key skill of designers today. Still, it is also recognised as a difficult competence to acquire and moreover, there is very ...

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 INS AND OUTS OF THE CONSTRAINT- CREATIVITY RELATIONSHIP

Marnina Eden Herrmann, Gabriela Goldschmidt, Ella Miron-Spektor // 2018
In today’s increasingly complex world, designers and other practitioners are required to tackle problems creatively while adhering to an ever-growing list of constraints. Existing research on the ...

THE INVESTIGATION OF DESIGNERS’ REFLECTIVE PRACTICE ACTIVITY USING VERBAL PROTOCOL ANALYSIS

KAMIL, MUHAMMAD JAMEEL MOHAMED; ABIDIN, SHAHRIMAN ZAINAL; HASSAN, OSKAR HASDINOR // 2018
This paper intends to investigate the cognitive process of designers’ sketching activity based on their understanding towards the value of unconscious interaction and cognitive of human behaviour in ...

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  • +design community
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  • "some words"
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