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A Study of the Effects of Different Types of System Architecture on the Development Process
Grante, C.; Bylund, N. // 2002
To minimise development cost and time different system architectures require different development processes, in this paper the impact on early phases is addressed. Three types of system ...
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 Procedure for the Design of Sustainable Products
Pighini, U.; Fargnoli, M.; Accinni, S. // 2002
The role of Designers is basically important in the development of sustainable MSs: he has both the goal to modify products in order to increase their environmental performance and to make these ...
Analytical and Numerical Analysis of Non-Symmetrical All Steel Sandwich Panels Under Uniform Pressure Load
Kujala, P.; Klanac, A. // 2002
Steel sandwich panels welded by laser can offer 30-50 % weight savings compared to the conventional steel structures. In the paper, the behaviour of the non – symmetrical all steel sandwich panels ...
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.
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 ...
Competences of an engineer - projects and competences in education
van Kollenburg, P.; Kater, K.; Geraedts, H. // 2002
The curriculum of the Electrical and Electronic Department has been changed enormously in the past decade. Fewer lessons and many more projects were introduced. Meanwhile it has become a topic at ...
Conversations on Interaction: Exploring the Interplay Between Theory, Research and Practice in Design Education
Power, N. // 2002
In this paper I address a number of recurring issues for design educators: the value and applicability of theoretic discourse to design practice; the value and applicability of design research to ...
Design Education in the Information Age
Broadbent, J.; Cross, N. // 2002
We examine changes in design practice during the industrial and information ages from an evolutionary systems perspective. We conclude that: design practice and education have scarcely tapped the ...
Education for Engineering and Designing
Eder, W. E. // 2002
Education in engineering can usefully be structured according to the theory of technical systems. Considerations of the didactics and pedagogics of educating (teaching and learning) are discussed. ...
Energy Losses Due to Friction in Gears
Palaghian, L.; Bucsa, M.; Barsan, I. // 2002
This paper presents some theoretical and experimental results regarding the influence of the friction coefficient upon the energy losses in spur gears and worm gears. Tests have been made on medium ...
From Function to Form Using Physical Reasoning
Žavbi, R.; Hansen, C. T. // 2002
The goal of engineering design is to design a product, which fulfils a required function. The Domain theory and chaining of physical laws (way to synthesise solutions) offer a possibility to propose ...
MATLAB/Simulink Package as a Environment for Rail Vehicle Simulation Study
Chudzikiewicz, A. // 2002
The paper sets out to present considerations and some result from track/vehicle investigations area. The goal of the investigations was to build up a modular software tool for carrying out complex ...
Multiple Environmental Benchmark Data Supporting Ecodesign in Both Industry and Academia
Boks, C.; Stevels, A. // 2002
For many years Philips Consumer Electronics and Delft University of Technology have cooperated to balance and bridge scientific theory and methodology development regarding sustainability issues with ...
On Knowledge Level Theories and the Knowledge Management of Designing
Smithers, T. // 2002
The design and engineering of new products faces new and difficult challenges due to the globalisation of markets and the rapid development of new technologies. To be competitive, companies must ...
Operating Bolt Load Calculation in Joints of Complex Elastic Structures
Zupan, S.; Prebil, I. // 2002
An improved method for the calculation of actual operating force on every bolt in the bolted joint has been developed. It is founded on the usage of so called “elasticity” and “stiffness” matrices of ...
Prediction of 3-D Crack Growth in Thin Rim-Gears
Kramberger, J.; Potrc, I.; Flašker, J. // 2002
Thin-rim gears with an initial crack in the tooth root, caused by various reasons, are dealt with in this paper. By standard procedures, it is impossible to gain a very good insight into the ...
Product Development Processes Ontology
Mabogunje, A.; Hansen, P. K.; Eris, Ö.; Leifer, L. // 2002
Numerous empirical studies of various product development processes are initiated each year. Most of these rely on vocabularies that have merged partly within their local research community. Though ...
Product Modelling in Early Phases of the Design Process
Korpela, T. // 2002
Product modelling help the designer to communicate about the design problem with his/her colleagues. Models help also the designer to understand entirely the problem to be solved. Aims of the ...
Research on Dynamic Systems – Some Considerations
Björk, E.; Ottosen, S. // 2002
It is a well known fact that interaction and commitment from a range of professions is needed to achieve competitive results in product development projects. Especially when innovative development is ...
Specialized Design Sciences - Questions for the Future
Hubka, V. // 2002
The scope and organization of knowledge about design engineering and the technical systems being designed is presented in Design Science in a general form. The goal of designing is and should be to ...
Task Design and Task Analysis for Empirical Studies into Design Activity
Bender, B.; Kammerer, U.; Pietzcker, F.; Blessing, L. T. M.; Hacker, W. // 2002
In many laboratory studies, design activity has been investigated by observing individual designers or design teams dealing with standardised design tasks. The results are valuable for a better ...
The Application of Design Management Theory to a Real Design Projects
Hollins, B. // 2002
It is proposed that the theoretical models of design management have now moved from being too shallow to being too complex. As a result, they are not being used. Furthermore, they do not include an ...
The Influences of Organisation on Leadership in the Design Process: Results of an Investigation in Five Industrial Companies
Lüdcke, R.; Birkhofer, H. // 2002
The concept of leadership is closely bonded with the concept of organization: one defines and influences the other. The consequences and situations in which these problems arise are shown in this ...
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- "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.