SIG-Library

A filtered collection of SIG-relevant DS publications will be provided here.

Query returned 1121 results.

ADAPTATION OF A DISABILITY SEVERITY SCALE FOR PRODUCT ASSESSMENT

Clarkson, P. J.; Dong, H.; Keates, S. // 2003

HUMAN POWER; COMFORTABLE ONE- HAND CRANKING

Jansen, A.; Slob, P. // 2003

MODELLING THE BEHAVIOUR OF CARTON BOARD FOR IMPROVED MACHINE AND PROCESS DESIGN

Hicks, B. J.; Berry, C.; Mullineux, G.; McPherson, C. J.; Medland, A. J. // 2003

MODULAR PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT WITH FOCUS ON MODELLING AND SIMULATION OF INTERFACES

Andersson, Sören; Sellgren, Ulf // 2003
Successful simulations of product behaviour and performance during product realisation require reliable and powerful models ofboth the components and the interfaces between them. The interfaces can ...

MODULARISATION OF MECHATRONIC MECHANISMS WITH DEPENDENT DEGREES OF FREEDOM

Möller, B.; Andersson, S.; Wikander, J. // 2003

THE COMPETENCY-DECISION LINK IN DESIGN PROCESSES

Mekhilef, M.; Mira-Bonnardel, S. // 2003

THE CUSTOMER’S VALUE IN THE SUSTAINABLE DESIGN

Vidal, R.; Bovea, M. D. // 2003

USABILITY CONSIDERATIONS IN THE DESIGN OF HANDHELD ELECTRONIC DEVICES

Gupta, S. P.; Keates, S.; Clarkson, P. J. // 2003

USER SUITABLE TRANSFER OF DESIGN METHODS

Jänsch, J.; Sauer, T.; Walter, S.; Birkhofer, H. // 2003

A Study on the Characteristics of Product Color on the Internet - With an Emphasis on the Interaction Between the Expression of Product Color Information and Color

Suk, H.-J.; Kwon, E.-S. // 2002
The internet has offered the breakpoint changes for design research though, some studies have indicated the importance of comprehending customer interactions in prior to adhering to technological ...

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 ...

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 Methods from Social Sciences in Design Research

Bender, B.; Reinicke, T.; Wünsche, T.; Blessing, L. T. M. // 2002
In many engineering publications on approaches to support design activity, there is little evidence of use of valid empirical data. Proposals often rely on single findings, on assumptions or on ...

Assembly Configuration and Appearance Changes in VRML Environment

Jezernik, A.; Hren, G.; Golob, B. // 2002
3D CAD models provide a natural way of sharing design information among designers. VR emerged to be a popular technology for human-computer interface in product design fields. VRML is a tool ...

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