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Measuring Social Skills in Design

Lauche, Kristina // 2007

Predicting the Unpredictable Problems in Mechatronics Design

D'Amelio, Valentina; Tomiyama, Tetsuo // 2007

Transfer of Crew Ressource Management Training Into Product Design

Geis, Christian; Schuster, Ilona; Bierhals, Reimer; Badke-Schaub, Petra; Birkhofer, Herbert // 2007

A BOTTOM-UP APPROACH FOR AUTOMATED SYNTHESIS SUPPORT IN THE ENGINEERING DESIGN PROCESS: PROTOTYPES

Schotborgh, W.O.; Tragter, H.; Kokkeler, F.G.M.; van Houten, F.J.A.M. // 2006
In the engineering design process without computer support, the amount of knowledge and experience of the engineers determine the design speed and ultimately the quality of the solution. The ...

A FRAMEWORK FOR MEASURING TEAM MENTAL MODELS IN DESIGN

Neumann, A.; Badke-Schaub, P.; Lauche, K. // 2006
The paper discusses the value of researching team mental models in design to overcome potential difficulties in collaboration. The authors present an overview of the existing literature on team ...

A MODEL OF HUMAN SENSATIONS AS A BASIS FOR ‘DESIGN FOR PRODUCT-EMOTION’ SUPPORT

Fenech, O.C.; Borg, J.C. // 2006
User-product interaction is an emotional experience and products are nowadays being designed to address this emotional experience. Emotion-driven design is however a highly intricate activity, since ...

A SELF-TRAINING SYSTEM THAT LEARNS THROUGH EXPERIMENTATION

Braun, S.C.; Gero, J.S. // 2006
The paper introduces an adaptive system that, inspired by the diversity of human cognitive development processes, uses different kinds of machine learning to develop its expertise. The system ...

COMPUTATIONAL SUPPORT OF SYNTHESIS AND ANALYSIS OF BEHAVIOUR OF ARTEFACTS USING PHYSICAL EFFECTS: SOME CHALLENGES

Chakrabarti, A.; Taura, T. // 2006
The report summarises a study of several artefacts to identify the difficulties associated with their synthesis and analysis directly using physical phenomena/effects and what could be done to ...

CONTRIBUTION TO MAINTAINABILITY AND SAFETY ASSESSMENT IN THE MECHANICAL PRODUCT DESIGN

Coulibaly, A.; Houssin, R.; Mutel, B. // 2006
The paper presents an approach for maintainability and safety assessment using CAD model enriched with behavioral semantic data. This aims to assist designers for taking care of product behaviors ...

CULTURE-DRIVEN PRODUCT INNOVATION

Moalosi, R.; Popovic, V.; Hickling-Hudson, A. // 2006
The paper explores how culture can be used as a source of product innovation within Botswana’s context but it has been observed that designers have not yet been able to encode cultural human factors ...

DESIGN FLAWS: FLAWS BY DESIGN?

Gries, B.; Blessing, L. // 2006
In this paper, we discuss the influence of design flaws on design and the influence of design on design flaws. By defining design flaws as a design-related product property that leads to reduced ...

DESIGN GUIDELINES FOR RENEWABLE ENERGY TECHNOLOGIES IN MOBILE PRODUCTS

Diehl, J.C.; van Gennip, P.; Mestre, A. // 2006
The amount of (consumer) products that consume electricity is still increasing rapidly. Emerging technologies in the field of renewable energy, such as small fuel cells, flexible photo-voltaic solar ...

DESIGN IN ENGINEERING EDUCATION AS A CONTRIBUTION IN HUMAN “REAL PROBLEMS” SOLVING

Pons, L. // 2006
The paper is on the potential of Art and Design in Engineering Education and has the objective to argument in favor of enlarging the scope of Engineering Education programs. Engineering students’ ...

DEVELOPING OF THE BEARING ORGANS COMPUTATIONAL MODULE FOR GEAR BOXES OPTIMALISATION SYSTEM

Vanek, V.; Hosnedl, S.; Nemec, L. // 2006
By the solution of the problems of the mathematical modelling of gear boxes (GS) predetermined particularly for regional railway vehicles, i.e. the dynamical behaviour of shaft type assembly systems ...

DIGITAL HUMAN BODY MODELLING TO SUPPORT DESIGNING PRODUCTS FOR PHYSICAL INTERACTION

Moes, N.C.C.M. // 2006
In order to build a Digital Human Model (DHM) to be applied in designing products for physical interaction, knowledge is needed from several sources, depending on the intended application of the ...

ENVIRONMENTAL SIMULATION SYSTEM FOR ENVIRONMENTALLY CONSCIOUS PRODUCT DESIGN

Sakita, K.; Mori, T. // 2006
The product designers are demanded to harmonize the technological, the economical, the social, and the environmental domain of the product. In the early stage of product design, in order to create ...

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