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THE USE OF PHYSICAL PROGRAMMING IN THE DESIGN PROCESS

Mess, M.; Schlattmann, J. // 2006
The contribution focuses on the reuse of existing components considering sensors as an example. Using a process model containing four major steps the customisation and optimisation of existing ...

TOWARDS A CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK FOR MOBILE ‘KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT’ SUPPORT

Spiteri, C.L.; Borg, J.C. // 2006
Design is a problem solving activity, and engineering designers tend to solve problems based on available knowledge. Hence knowledge must be presented timely and in the right format during the design ...

TOWARDS A STRATEGY FOR MAPPING OF DESIGN PROBLEMS TO SUITABLE SOLUTIONS – A CASE OF DESIGN AUTOMATION USING CBR

Cederfeldt, M. // 2006
In order to make the designing of product variants more effective and efficient by automating the process, there is a need to break down and analyse the design process. In doing so, a clearer picture ...

USING MULTIPLE DESIGN STRUCTURE MATRICES

Eichinger, M.; Maurer, M.; Lindemann, U. // 2006
In product development, multiple aspects of engineering design methodology interact with each other. In this paper, we present an approach that integrates these aspects (product design domains) into ...

WHAT INFORMATION CAN WE EXTRACT FROM THE DOCUMENTATION OF STUDENT DESIGN PROJECTS?

Ponn, J.; Lindemann, U. // 2006
The paper presents research on the analysis of student design project documentation. The goal was to investigate, what information can be extracted in order to allow for conclusions on the ...

WHEN EVERYTHING SEEMS RIGHT AND IT STILL GOES WRONG – A CASE STUDY

Hollins, W.J. // 2006
The is a case study involving three quite different companies operating at a great distance from each other and how an apparently ideal combination of partners failed in the design process. Most ...

A PROCEDURE TO IDENTIFY EFFECTIVE REDESIGN OPTIONS IN ECODESIGN

Fargnoli, M.; Sakao, T.; Notarnicola, S. // 2005

A STANDARD DESIGN PROCESS FOR THE BUILDING SECTOR

Oumeziane, H.; Deshayes, P.; Bocquet, J.-C. // 2005

DESIGN AS LEARNING

Blanes, J. P.; Martínez, E. G.-S. // 2005

DESIGN OF NEW STRUCTURED WALL PIPES: PROBLEM FORMULATION

Lichtlé, A.-S.; Meylheuc, L.; Caillaud, E. // 2005

IMPROVING THE PERFORMANCE OF A NATURAL GAS COMPRESSOR DESIGN PROCESS

Ong, K. L.; Musa, M. N.; Abdul-Latif, A. // 2005

Boolean Searches

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  • +design community
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  • 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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