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ON THE SUPERIORITY OF OPPORTUNISTIC DESIGN STRATEGIES DURING EARLY EMBODIMENT DESIGN

Bender, B.; Blessing ,L. // 2004
The prescriptive tradition of German Design Methodology has been challenged by the results of empirical research showing that strict hierarchical approaches can hardly be found in real design ...

PHOTOELASTIC RESEARCH OF THE HERTZIAN STRESS IN HCR-GEARS

Lovrin, N.; Krizan, B.; Franulovic, M. // 2004
This paper deals with the analysis of the Hertzian stress in high transverse contact ratio (HCR) gearing. Based on the realistic load distribution on tooth pairs in mesh and using our own method, the ...

PLATFORMS AND ARCHITECTURES

Hansen, Poul Kyvsgaard; Mikkola, Jullana Hsuan // 2004
This paper discusses the use and usage of the concepts of platforms and architectures. We provide some clarification about the relationship between platform and product architectures. Our on-going ...

PROVIDING EXAMPLES FOR STUDENTS AND DESIGNERS

Sauer, T.; Wiildele, M.; Birkhofer, H. // 2004
Methodogical development involves a range of different design methods which aim at supporting designers in finding solutions to a given task. Some of them focus on the mapping of given requirements ...

REFLECTIONS ABOUT REFLECTIVE PRACTICE

Eder, W. E.; Hubka, V. // 2004
Reflection is an essential characteristic of designing, but only a part of that process. Few attempts have been made to specify what questions should be useful in reflection. This paper brings the ...

Systematic process engineering and ist application in product planning

Weigt, M.; Seidel, M. // 2004
Current industrial products are characterised by increasing complexity, quality requirements, and a high level of specialisation. To stay competitive in today’s markets, a substantial improvement of ...

SYSTEMATIZATION OF DESIGN PROBLEMS BY GRAPH THEORY

Yoshikawa, S.; Minami, M. // 2004
A graph-theory-based systematization method of design problems has been proposed aiming at carrying over obtained engineering knowledge in constructions of large-scale systems. This method focuses ...

TEACHING DESIGN THEORY AND PRACTICE: A PARTICIPATORY JOURNEY

Loi, D. // 2004
This paper discusses through a case study the use of Participatory Design and Cultural Probes in teaching and learning activities. The paper is divided in four sections. The first provides a ...

THE DESIGN OF ELECTRONIC MEDIA-BASED ACTIVE LEARNING EXPERIENCES

Brungart, J. // 2004
The tradition of classroom learning materials among Western cultures-structured sequentially and focused on the representation of theories and classification of concepts in the absence of direct ...

THE LURE OF THE MEASURABLE IN DESIGN RESEARCH

Eckert, C.; Clarkson, P.J.; Stacey, M.K. // 2004
Beginning design research projects by defining success criteria, judged by numerical measurements, is a very attractive idea. But defining a priori success criteria is problematic, as is using ...

THERE IS NOTHING AS PRACTICAL AS A GOOD THEORY – AN ATTEMPT TO DEAL WITH THE GAP BETWEEN DESIGN RESEARCH AND DESIGN PRACTICE

Birkhofer, H. // 2004
The paper addresses the gap between the expectations of designers working in a competitive industrial environment and the outcome of design research focusing on specific, scientifically interesting ...

TOWARDS A THEORY OF PRODUCT DESIGN SPECIFICATIONS

Hansen, C. Thorp; Andreasen, M. Myrup // 2004
The product design specification is an important element in a product development project because it defines the target to be met. One requirement on the product design specification is to articulate ...

TRANSFER OF KNOWLEDGE AMONG DIFFERENT BRANCHES WITH USE OF THE THEORY OF TECHNICAL SYSTEMS

Formanek, J.; Hosnedl, S. // 2004
The proposed paper will present the developed methodology for transfer of knowledge between two or more different branches. It comes out from the current knowledge of Engineering Design Science, ...

AN INFORMATION MODEL. FOR MECHATRONIC PRODUCTS FOCUSING ON EARLY DEVELOPMENT PHASES

Svensson, Daniel; Hallin, Karl; Zimmerman, Tiond; Malmqvist, Johan // 2003
In mechatronic product development, there is a lack of a common understanding among different engineering domains. One step towards improving this situation is to propose information models capable ...

INFUSED DESIGN: A BRIEF INTRODUCTION

Shai, O.; Reich, Y. // 2003

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