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A Design Process for Complex Mechanical Structures Using Property Based Models, with Application to Car Bodies

Bylund, N.; Fredericson, H.; Thompson, G. // 2002
The design of complex mechanical structures is multi-objective and includes the treatements of a wide range of requirements such as quantitative, qualitative, subjective and objective. An example of ...

A Feature Based Approach for Conceptual Design

Golob, B.; Jezernik, A.; Hren, G. // 2002
Early phases of design process still lacks of the computer support, although it has been recognised as an important part of design process. Paper introduces an approach towards a feature-based ...

A Study on the Thinking Path Model of Creative Design Process

Noguchi, H.; Nagai, Y. // 2002
In next step of our research, we had another experiment to know designer’s inner process of creative thinking by tracing dynamic relations of designer’s behaviors and drawings using two video ...

An Approach to Verification and Evaluation of Early Conceptual Design Solutions

Derelöv, M. // 2002
In the eartly phases of the design process the evaluation and the following decision-making are based on limited amount of information, nevertheless the decision will determine the direction of the ...

An Integrated System for Improving Lighting Design Strategy

Chen, S. C.; Shih, S. C.; Chang, T. W. // 2002
Architectural illumination is typically designed at the end rather than the beginning, a design process. Designers use visualization to make relevant suggestions concerning lighting as illumination ...

Application of ICDM for the Conceptual Design of a New Product

Hari, A.; Herscovitz, J.; Zonnenshain, A.; Weiss, M. P. // 2002
ICDM is an Integrated, Customer Driven, Conceptual Design Method for the entire conceptual design process. ICDM is briefly presented in this paper and demonstrated with a detailed case study.
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Approaches of Knowledge-Based Design

Vajna, S. // 2002
Knowledge-based design is a concept for the computer-aided provision and application of different representations of knowledge along the product development process. In this paper, after proposing a ...

Aspects to the Coordination of Collaborative Design

Cumming, M. // 2002
This research studies methods for providing design process support for distributed groups of designers, to allow them to collaborate and co-ordinate their actions, within the context of collaborative ...

Cleaning up Design Methods - Describing Methods Completely and Standardised

Birkhofer, H.; Kloberdanz, H.; Berger, B.; Sauer, T. // 2002
To improve the design process, it is aimed to optimise the description of design methods and the access to them for effective use in design projects and for better support of learning and teaching. ...

Colibri - A Collaborative Design System for Product Data Integration

Kleiner, S.; Anderl, R.; Gräb, R. // 2002
An extended parametric information model is presented in order to integrate product data based on parameters and constraints for design process reasons. Constraints represent parametric relations ...

Colour in Technical Presentation

Salamon, V.; Žiha, K. // 2002
This paper considers the gap between the standardized single coloured, mainly two-dimensional representations in engineering design based on rules of technical drawing and new, mostly optional ...

Context Modeling in a Collaborative Virtual Reality Application as Support to the Design Process

García, J.; Restrepo, J. // 2002
Context can be used to define which knowledge should be considered in a virtual reality environment in which a multidisciplinary team will discuss modifications or developments in design, product ...

Costs of rapid prototyping applications

Brockop, S. // 2002
The three measures of the effectiveness of a design process are cost, quality, and time. Regardless of the product being designed – whether it is an entire system or some small subpart of a larger ...

Design and Mechanical Engineering: How Good is the Link?

Bereznitski, A. // 2002
Design of modern products, which have to be competitive in the market, is a great challenge. The time period between the market demands a new product and this product should appear in the shop is ...

Design as a Collaborative Process: A Systematic and Constructive Model for Developing Play Material for Blind/Visually Impaired Pre-School Children

Evyapan, N. A. G. Z. // 2002
This paper discusses a design process lived through, during the application of a model derived from design methodology and devised towards attaining a particular task. The task was: Designing a play ...

Design Typology and Design Organisation

Andreasen, M. M.; Wognum, N.; McAloone, T. // 2002
The aim is the creation of a design typology, which can serve as identification of design types and design research contributions. A typology has been proposed earlier and here clarified. It consists ...

Development and Application of Modular Function Deployment

Stadler, C.; Hosnedl, S. // 2002
Modular Function Deployment (MFD) is a method, which is based on the well-known Quality Function Deployment (QFD) method. The QFD is more and more used because of its orientation on customer ...

Envisioning Design @ Home

Baillie, L.; Benyon, D. R. // 2002
This paper presents A new method which involves users in the home in the design process. It is common to involve users in requirements generation, but rarely in product inception or design. With ...

Flexible Adaptation of Methods within the Design Process

Lindemann, U. // 2002
The focus of this paper is based on an engineer's view on working methods in design and development. Authors have described basic methods like TOTE, elementary methods like 'compare', ...

From Business to Buttons

Balic, M.; Berndtsson, J.; Ottersten, I.; Aldman, M. // 2002
This paper describe a practitioner’s tool called Goal Cards. The aim is to bridge the gap between the expected business values when investing in the product and the actual design of the product. ...

Informal Information in Engineering Design - a Classification

Culley, S. J.; Allen, R. D.; Hicks, B. J. // 2002
To achieve success companies must minimise time to market and possess the ability to make fully informed decisions at the early phase of the design process. Such decisions may include the choice of ...

Boolean Searches

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  • 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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