SIG-Library

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BIONIC DESIGN - THE HUMAN TOUCH OF TECHNOLOGY

Thallemer, A. // 2004
The term "Bionik" stems from BIOlogy and the German term for technology: "techNIK". Opposite to biomimicry, where the nature is just serving as role model to be copied, Bionic ...

Competences of an engineer - an implematation in IPE

van Kollenburg, P.; Bakker, R. // 2004
ectronic (E&E) Department has been changed enormously in the past decade. Fewer lessons and many more projects were introduced. We have choosen to let the students work on competences especially in ...

DEFECT IN POLYMER MATERIALS AS DESIGN PROCESS CONSEQUENCE

Španiček, Đ.; Indof, J. // 2004
Due to their good properties polymer materials (both polymer and polymer composites) are present in almost all area of human activity. Their final properties are processing-sensitive. In order to ...

DESIGN AS A SOCIO-CULTURAL COGNITIVE SYSTEM

Dong, A. // 2004
This article proposes a framework for describing design as a socio-cultural cognitive system. In this framework, design performance is seen as a property of the social organisation of individual ...

Design informatology in IPE

Nándor, B. // 2004
Designing an object of the physical-material world, for fulfilling its certain function, has a professional, logical process from recognizing the problem to produce the object as the solution. The ...

DESIGN OF THE 3D MODEL OF HUMAN BODY ORIENTED TO BIOMECHANICAL APPLICATIONS

Jurčević-Lulić, T.; Muftić, O.; Sušić, A. // 2004
This paper describes a biomechanical model of human body and an automatised method for determination of static anthropomeasures and inertial properties of body segments from anthropometric ...

FATIGUE ANALYSIS OF WELDED ALUMINIUM JOINTS WITH LONGITUDINAL AND ROUND STIFFENER SUBJECTED TO BENDING LOADS BY NOMINAL, STRUCTURAL AND NOTCH STRESS RANGE APPROACHES

Domazet, Ž.; Matić, T.; Krstulović, A. // 2004
Fatigue behaviour of welded aluminium joints with longitudinal and round stiffener subjected to bending loads are systematically investigated in this study. Fatigue analysis based on nominal stress ...

FUZZY LOGIC RETRIEVAL OF COMPLEX ENGINEERING INFORMATION

Napalkov, E.; Zars, V. // 2004
This paper analyses various aspects of information retrieval for design application within the common product data model (CPDM) represented in the form of fuzzy frame-based network. The goal of ...

INFORMATION - A TAXONOMY AND INTERPRETATION

Eder, W. E.; Hosnedl, S. // 2004
This paper presents the authors' opinions on the nature of information in order to explore a consistent set of terminology for this area. The contents of information can concern tangible objects ...

INFORMATION MODEL FOR THE MECHATRONIC PRODUCT FOCUSING THE FUNCTIONAL ABSTRACTION

Zimmerman, T.; Hallin, K.; Malmqvist, J. // 2004
Mechatronic products with their diversity of cooperating technologies set new demands on effective information management. A key enabler for product data representation is the presence of information ...

INTEGRATING OPERATIONAL COMPLEXITY IN DESIGN PROCESSES AND IMPROVING DESIGN RISK IDENTIFICATION

Lauche, K.; Busby, J.S.; Bennett, S.A. // 2004
Simplifying strategies are useful and often necessary to make the design process tractable. They are also a generic human reaction to cope with complexity. Yet if a design is modified or put to use ...

IPD questions of theory and practice in hungary

Vidovics, B.; Bercsey, T. // 2004
Technology, more precisely the technology space involving machine design is, on one side, part of the human culture, on the other side, culture shaping potential. It is a characteristic of creative ...

MECHANISM UPGRADE USING PRESCRIPTIVE MODEL OF PART BASED PRODUCT UPGRADE

Benedičić, J.; Zavbi, R.; Duhovnik, J. // 2004
At NIKO d.d. company, a producer of binding mechanisms, the improvements are usually a trial-and-error process. For this reason, our company has taken a more systematic approach. The prescriptive ...

REALITIES IN INTERDISCIPLINARY SYSTEMS DESIGN

Kaljas, Frid; Kallo, Rommi; Reedik, Vello // 2004
It is obvious that the integration of different technologies into interdisciplinary systems cannot be treated as their simple summing but as a way of compensating their mutual weaknesses and ...

SIMULATION OF PRODUCTS LIFE CYCLE: METHODOLOGICAL BASIS AND ANALYSIS MODELS

Giudice, F.; La Rosa, G.; Risitano, A.; Strazzeri, G. // 2004
The aim of this work consists of developing a methodological basis and the models for analysis, to allow the simulation of products life cycle at the design stage. The direct link between design ...

SOME CONSIDERATION ABOUT THE PROFESSIONAL DEONTOLOGY OF DESIGNERS

Biggioggero, G.F.; Rovida, E. // 2004
The steps to a professional deontology are as follows:
a) determination of the “terminal behaviour” ( professional ability of the designer that shall be described carefully and completely)
b) ...

SOME CONSIDERATIONS ABOUT DESIGN EDUCATION

Rovida, E.; Fargnoli, M. // 2004
On the basis of the great attention paid by companies' research centres and public bodies' research departments to Design Science in recent years, it is becoming a fundamental topic in ...

STUDIES OF INTUITIVE INTERACTION EMPLOYING OBSERVATION AND CONCURRENT PROTOCOL

Blackler, A.; Popovic, V.; Mahar, D. // 2004
This paper explores intuitive interaction with products from a methodological standpoint. Intuitive use of products involves utilising knowledge gained through other products or experiences. 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 ...

VIRTUAL PHYSIOLOGICAL ANTHROPODYNAMICS

Muftić, O.; Milčić, D.; Baksa, S. // 2004
A new biomechanical three-dimensional (3D) model for the human body based on computer-generated virtual model is proposed. Using maps obtained from the special kinds of photos of the body of a real ...

VIRTUAL PROTOTYPING OF SELF-OPTIMIZING MECHATRONIC SYSTEMS

Gausemeier, J.; Müller, W.; Paelke, V.; Bauch, J.; Shen, Q.; Radkowski ,R. // 2004
Future mechatronic products will comprise configurations of solution elements with an inherent partial intelligence. The complexity of these systems and the necessity to efficiently analyze and ...

WHO AM I AND WHERE AM I? - SWITCHING AND STITCHING IN THE DIGITAL AGE

Smyth, M.; Raijmakers, B.; Munro, A. J. // 2004
This paper will introduce the concept of human identity. It will focus on how the creation, maintenance and communication of identity could be supported by technology. Initially a series of human ...

A FRAMEWORK FOR ASSESSING INTER-ORGANISATIONAL KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT IN NEW PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT

Wunram, M.; Weber, F.; Müller, D. H.; Pawar, K. S.; Gupta, A. // 2003

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