Query returned 2007 results.

Enabling Distributed Teams – A Process Model for Early and Continuous Method Validation

Katharina Duehr (1), Jana Grimminger (2), Simon Rapp (1), Albert Albers (1), Nikola Bursac (2) // 2022
Neglecting challenges of distributed collaboration can lead to significant efficiency and effectiveness losses in agile, distributed development teams. The EDiT method provides support for improving ...

Evaluation of Engineering Changes Based on Variations from the Model of PGE – Product Generation Engineering in an Automotive Wiring Harness

Albert Albers (1), Moritz Magnus Altner (1,2), Simon Rapp (1), Benjamin Valeh (2), Hans Redinger (2), Roland Winter (2) // 2022
Engineering change management is a central part of the product development process. This paper investigates how variations from the PGE - Product Generation Engineering can improve the evaluation of ...

Evolving the "How Might We?" Tool to Include Planetary Boundaries

Matteo Vignoli (1,2), Sara Roversi (2), Chhavi Jatwani (2), Margherita Tiriduzzi (2), Costanza Finocck // 2022
This work aims to study the evolution of the “Human and planet balance tool” as part of Prosperity Thinking. Prosperity Thinking is a sustainable design methodology that takes into account human and ...


Dybvik, Jeanette Helleberg // 2022

Experimenting in Industrial Product Design. The Case: "Art, Design and Business Project for New Young Talents - Young Culture as a Motor for a New Business Economy in Tuscany"

Paolo Pupparo, Margherita Tufarelli, Maria Claudia Coppola // 2022
The design of mass-produced products is a design process aimed at the masses, which describes approaches and phenomena in strong transformation. The production techniques, the semantic value of the ...

From the Definition of Colours Attributes to Build a Semantic Space: Application to a Sport-Health Dialogical Context of Use

Antoine Millet, Audrey Abi Akle, J // 2022
The integration of user perception into the design process has become necessary to provide the best experience to users.All methods focusing on the interpretations of products are based on the same ...

Generative Product Design Processes: Humans and Machines Towards a Symbiotic Balance

Margherita Tufarelli, Elisabetta Cianfanelli // 2022
Design processes managed by algorithms provide solutions and improvements in terms of efficiency, performance, choice of materials, and cost optimization. It is a whole new approach to industrial ...


Malz, Sinah; Zorn, Stefan; Kessler, Olaf; Gericke, Kilian // 2022


ZHANG, Yanfang (1); LOH, Leon (1); TAKANO, Noriko (1); SHIMOMURA, Moe (1); CRUZ, Christian (2) // 2022

Implications of Creating Solution Concepts Based on the Use of References

Michael Schlegel, Felix Pfaff, Simon Rapp, Albert Albers // 2022
The use of already validated systems as references for the development of solution concepts offers the potential to increase process efficiency. It is important to understand how the use of ...

Inquiry and Analysis of Challenges in the Development of Smart Product-Service Systems

Yevgeni Paliyenko, Gregory-Jamie T // 2022
In a smart product-service system (smart PSS), non-tangible services are bundled with tangible products as well as options for information and communication technologies. Enterprises offer smart PSS ...

Integrating Model-Based Design of Mechatronic Systems with Domain-Specific Design Approaches

Stephan Husung, Christian Weber, Atif Mahboob // 2022
In addition to the known approaches for product development new or supplementary approaches have emerged. An important approach in this field is Systems Engineering (SE) and Model-Based Systems ...


LOH, Leon; TAKANO, Noriko; SHIMOMURA, Moe; ZHANG, Yanfang // 2022

Issues in Capturing and Utilizing Non-Functional Requirements along the Road to Servitization

Carl Nils Konrad Toller, Christian Johansson, Marco Bertoni // 2022
The design process aims to maximize the value in the end solution. For traditional manufacturing firms pursuing a servitization strategy, non-functional requirements become more important compared to ...

Knowledge based engineering for formula student

Nordvall, Erik; Tarkian, Mehdi // 2022
The academic competition Formula student engage engineering students all over the world. In this paper, two applications of Design Automation (DA) and knowledge based engineering (KBE) are presented. ...

MedTech Product Development Framework for Post-Pandemic Era

Natalia Glazkova (1), Yaroslav Menshenin (1), Dmitry Vasilev (2), Clement Fortin (1) // 2022
A case study during pandemic revealed the major drawbacks of the traditional product development process for MedTech industry. Disruption of conventional manufacturing, urgent need for accelerated ...

Methodology for Early Design Phase Cost and Performance Trade-Off Analysis of a New Variant in a Product Family

Michel Schaffers, Eveline Rosseel, Sofie Burggraeve, Joren Pelfrene, Klaas Gadeyne, Frederik Petr // 2022
Given the Industry 4.0 trend towards smaller lot sizes and large product families, there is a need to increase the design efficiency in terms of cost and lead time. Design decisions taken in the ...

New Holistic Approach Towards a Technology-Driven Development-Model in Automotive

Florian Reichelt (1), Daniel Blank (2), Daniel Holder (1), Thomas Maier (1) // 2022
The use of agile methods can also be advantageous in the development of physical products, as pilot projects have shown so far. However, the transfer of agile methods to the entire organisation is ...

Outlining a Design Process for a Winch- Based Point Absorber Wave Energy Converter

Duraisamy, Rimmie; Andersson, Kjell // 2022
A product development process can help in understanding of the complex system dynamics involved in the designing of a Wave Energy Converter (WEC). Identification of the key risks and uncertainties at ...

Pro2Booth: Towards an Improved Tool for Capturing Prototypes and the Prototyping Process

Lorenzo Giunta, James Gopsill, Lee Kent, Mark Goudswaard, Chris Snider, Ben Hicks // 2022
The act of prototyping is a key element of the design process. However, capturing information on how prototypes evolve and influence one another is a complex problem. This paper presents an iterative ...

Proposal of a Conceptual Framework for Collaborative Design of Immersive Professional Training: Application to the Textile Industry

Isaline Bisson (1,2), Morad Mahdjoub (1), Mohsen Zare (1), Jean-Bernard Bluntzer (1), Jean-Claude Sagot (1), Fr // 2022
Immersive technologies have an increasing use in professional training. However, the usability of applications has limits due to a lack of consideration of end users in the design of these new ...

Proto-Arch: Guidance Tool for Prototyping of Mechanical Systems at the Embodiment Design Phase

Felipe Guti // 2022
Prototypes are a critical aid in the product development process, allowing designers translate concepts to reality. However, the execution of prototypes depends heavily on the designer experience, ...

Prototyping in Smart Product Design: Investigating Prototyping Tools to Support Communication of Interactive and Environmental Qualities

Jing Wang, Charlie Ranscombe, Boris Eisenbart // 2022
The increasing availability of smart products creates a more pronounced need for designers to prototype and communicate interactive and environmental qualities of product during their design process. ...

Prototyping through the Lens of Network Analysis and Visualisation

Lee Kent, James Gopsill, Lorenzo Giunta, Mark Goudswaard, Chris Snider, Ben Hicks // 2022
Prototyping is a well-established and valued design process activity. However, capturing prototypes and the tacit knowledge that led to and was gained from their creation is a challenge. Beyond that, ...

Boolean Searches

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”
  • 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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