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Representation of an Architectural Design Process; Between Formal and Functional

Leclercq, P. P.; Locus, M. E. // 2002
This article describes one of the research studies carried out by LEMA, the Laboratory for the Study of Architectural Methodology, on the representation of the design process in architectural design. ...

Simulating Design for Production: The University of Botswana Experience

Khumomotse, S. M.; M'Rithaa, M. K. // 2002
There is substantial consensus among today’s manufacturers that integration between design and manufacturing is a prerequisite for competing in a global economy. Whereas industry is often responsive ...

Strategic Design: a Design Method to Manage the Design Framework

Taura, T.; Shiose, T.; Awaji, M. // 2002
In engineering design, it is thought that the designer repeats two steps: to establish the problem framework for generating the design solution and to search for and generate design solutions within ...

Structured Reflection for Improving Design Processes

Reymen, I. M. M. J.; Hammer, D. K. // 2002
Continuous improvement of design processes is a necessity. Our objective is to stimulate designers to improve their own process by reflecting on their design process. Reflection has already proven to ...

Surface Design in Virtual Reality as Industrial Application

Fiorentino, M.; de Amicis, R.; Stork, A.; Monno, G. // 2002
The authors present SpaceDesign, a computer-aided styling application addressed to the early stages of the design process. Virtual Reality devices are used for expressing first design ideas in an ...

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 ...

Terms and Measures for Styling Properties

Podehl, G. // 2002
The integration of styling work into the overall product development process is still not sufficiently achieved. Engineering and styling use different concepts and terminologies. Both areas are ...

The Importance of Corporate Culture in Collaborative Product Design

Marxt, C. // 2002
Due to the increasing complexity of technologies and products, the search for new know-how as well as the shortening of development cycle times a lot of companies collaborate in (new) product design. ...

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 ...

Using of 3-D Parametrical Blocking Contours for Optimizing External Cylindrical Gear Drives on a "Geometrical Level"

Nenov, P.; Anguelova, A.; Kaloyanov, B. // 2002
Always when the operating gear center distance is not specified, the modern design process of a gear drive with optimal parameters could start by creating a 3-D model of it parametrical blocking ...

Vehicle Dynamics Simulation, Part 1: Mathematical Model

Ciglarič, Iztok; Prebil, Ivan // 2002
The field of computational dynamic is surveyed, focusing on issues relevant to develop complex and numerical efficient mathematical models. Considering the topic of mathematical model, today various ...

A METHODOLOGY FOR RATIONALISING PAST DESIGNS FOR RE-USE

Duffy, A. H. B.; Legler, S. // 1998
Reuse is endemic in the design process. Companies recognise the concept of reuse, but few have structures for managing and taking advantage of reuse. Correspondingly, little work has been done to ...

MODELING CONFIGURABLE PRODUCT FAMILIES

Tiihonen, Juha; Lehtonen, Timo; Soininen, Timo; Puikkinen, Antti; Sulonen, Reijo; Riitahuhta, Asko // 1998
This paper presents a method for managing and modelling a product family as a configurable product. The method enables efficient management of a large number of product variants. The modeling is ...

OPTIMISATION OF THE PROCESS CHAIN BY SLECTING THE MOST SUITABLE CONSTRUCTION STRUCTURE AND DESIGN FOR PRODUCTION OF THE COMPONENTS

Wartzack, Sandro // 1997
Time reduction of the product development process, because of growing competitive pressure, has an increased importance today. This paper presents a strategy how to shorten the process chain by ...

PRODUCT STRUCTURING IN A NUMBER OF DUTCH COMPANIES

Tichem, Marcel // 1997
This contribution provides a summary of a number of talks with Dutch companies on product structuring. Some of the issues are: the close interrelationship between the design interpretation of product ...

REQUIREMENTS OF COMPUTER-BASED MODELLING AND MANAGEMENT FOR PRODUCT KNOWLEDGE EVOLUTION SUPPORT

Zhang, Yan; Duffy, Alex; MacCallum, Ken // 1997
Product knowledge is the knowledge of products concerned with the nature of the products. Product knowledge can be classified into the current product knowledge, that is the knowledge of the product ...

STRUCTURING OF PRODUCTION MACHINES

de Roode, Barry // 1997
This paper describes a Design Model to model production machines. This model is used to develop a computer-tool to support the designer in the conceptual stage of the design process. The model uses ...

Design Process Capture and Support

Blessing, Lucienne T. M. // 1996

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