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Understanding Patterns of Interaction Between Designers During Design Process

Vijaykumar, Gokula A.V.; Chakrabarti, Amaresh // 2007

Use of Wikis as An Engineering Collaborative Tool

Weerasinghe, Janaka S.; Salustri, Filippo A. // 2007

A BOTTOM-UP APPROACH FOR AUTOMATED SYNTHESIS SUPPORT IN THE ENGINEERING DESIGN PROCESS: PROTOTYPES

Schotborgh, W.O.; Tragter, H.; Kokkeler, F.G.M.; van Houten, F.J.A.M. // 2006
In the engineering design process without computer support, the amount of knowledge and experience of the engineers determine the design speed and ultimately the quality of the solution. The ...

A CASE STUDY ON CONCEPT DESIGN AND CAD MODELLING IN THE FOOTWEAR INDUSTRY

Smith, G.; Claustre, T. // 2006
A case study on reverse engineering in the footwear design and manufacturing industry is presented. Reverse engineering tools and techniques are used to capture three-dimensional data and to convert ...

A FRAMEWORK FOR CAPTURING DESIGN ANALYSIS KNOWLEDGE FOR REUSE USING PROCESS MODELS

Goh, Y.M.; McMahon, C.A.; Booker, J.D. // 2006
Engineering companies are increasingly relying on information-intensive methods and tools to support decision-making in product design and development. Design analysis is a critical stage where ...

A GRAPH-BASED APPROACH TO CHECK A PRODUCT FUNCTIONAL NET

Rizzuti, S.; De Napoli, L.; Rocco, C. // 2006
In the conceptual design, a product can be viewed as a functional net, defined in the classic active verb-object way, by mean of functional elements and links associated to the flow of energy, ...

A MANAGEMENT MODEL FOR THE DESIGN PROCESS IN VEHICLE SAFETY DEVELOPMENT

Kreimeyer, M.; Neumüller, K.; Lindemann, U. // 2006
Management of development demands for focused decisions considering all major impacts onto the process. However, different activities in product development often remain with little structure. Common ...

A METHODOLOGY FOR VR SYSTEMS BENCHMARKING IN THE INDUSTRIAL DESIGN FIELD

Mengoni, M.; Germani, M.; Onori, R.; Pavani, F. // 2006
The majority of Virtual Reality applications developed today are either specific product oriented, not flexible enough to be implemented in every industrial design process to achieve complex real ...

A Strategy for Cast Part Design Process Optimisation: Customer Inquiry Specification Phase

Makkonen, P.; Castillon-Solano, O.; Coatanéa, E.; Saarelainen, T. // 2006

ASPECTS OF HIGH INTEGRATION IN MEMS TECHNOLOGY

Watty, R.; Binz, H. // 2006
MEMS (Micro-Electro-Mechanical-Systems) technology challenges interdisciplinary teams of designers with the integration of diverse micro technologies in complex and highly integrated systems under ...

COMMUNICATION MEDIA IN DISTRIBUTED COLLABORATION – ANALYSIS OF DESIGN EXPERIMENTS

Grieb, J.; Lindemann, U. // 2006
Communication media play an important role in distributed working design teams. We carried out design experiments to find out which communication media are used in what combination depending on the ...

DEFINITION AND RESEARCH FOCUS IN PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT PROCESSES

Schabacker, M.; Guo, H.; Vajna, S. // 2006
Processes that form Engineering are marketing, product development, production process planning, prototyping, and testing. They form a complex process net, in which some activities run serially, some ...

DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT OF A NEW HARD LOCK SYSTEM

Gerbino, S.; Martorelli, M.; Oliviero, D. // 2006
In the paper the design process, from the idea to the manufacturing aspects, with all the technical and technological problems, to develop a new competitive hard antitheft is described. The ...

DESIGN ENGINEERING PROCESS FROM CONTENT-BASED POINT OF VIEW

Nevala, K.; Saariluoma, P.; Karvinen, M. // 2006
The paper introduces an empirical case of content-based approach to a real design engineering process in paper machine design. Content-based analysis is established by Saariluoma in 1990s. The design ...

DESIGN FLAWS: FLAWS BY DESIGN?

Gries, B.; Blessing, L. // 2006
In this paper, we discuss the influence of design flaws on design and the influence of design on design flaws. By defining design flaws as a design-related product property that leads to reduced ...

DESIGN FOR PACKAGING LOGISTICS

Klevås, J. // 2006
Successful new product development is a prerequisite for companies to stay competitive on an ever demanding market. Long distant suppliers and challenging customers put emphasize on an efficient and ...

DESIGN PROCESS: HOLISTIC VIEW

Sedenkov, V. // 2006

DESIGN WITH X IS NEW IN PRODUCT DESIGN EDUCATION

Langeveld, L.H. // 2006
Design with X is a method what can be used in design education for shortening course or improving quality of product design. Saving time is reached by avoiding irrelevance product concepts or design. ...

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  • +design community
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  • "some words"
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