Query returned 317 results.
Sequencing of Information in Modular Model-based Systems Design
Rötzer, Sebastian; Rostan, Nicky; Steger, Hans Christian; Vogel-Heuser, Birgit; Zimmermann, Markus // 2020
Multi-disciplinary design of complex systems is characterized by many inter-dependencies between components. Therefore, adjusting their properties appropriately to satisfy all system requirements is ...
SIMULATION OF GRADIENT-BASED INDIVIDUAL DESIGN BEHAVIOUR IN DISTRIBUTED DEVELOPMENT PROCESSES
Wöhr, F., Stanglmeier, M., Königs, S. and Zimmermann, M. // 2020
WHAT IS A DIGITAL TWIN? – DEFINITIONS AND INSIGHTS FROM AN INDUSTRIAL CASE STUDY IN TECHNICAL PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT
Trauer, J., Schweigert-Recksiek, S., Engel, C., Spreitzer, K. and Zimmermann, M. // 2020
A DESIGN INNOVATION FRAMEWORK RESEARCH IN THE CONTEXT OF SOCIAL REGENERATION
WU, DUAN (1); MA, YUHONG (1); WANG, JIPING (3); XU, JIE (2) // 2019
Social regeneration is an intricate field that calls for interdisciplinary knowledge to fulfill the ever-changing trends and an arbitrary sequence of demands. Ostensibly, involved in “reshaping” the ...
A digitized approach to reduce assembly conflicts during aircraft cabin conversions
Fabian Laukotka; Jan Oltmann; Dieter Krause // 2019
Aircrafts are fitted with a new cabin every five to seven years. Because each individual aircraft is slightly modified during its life span. detailed infor-mation to be used during the design of the ...
A Systematic Approach to Model Objectives in Predevelopment Projects
Richter, Thilo Oliver; Albers, Albert; Gesk, Johannes Willi; Witt, Jan-Hendrik // 2019
This contribution presents a systematic for the elicitation of objectives and the utilization of objectives to identify reference products. The systematic is based on existing meta models. The model ...
ACQUIRING DESIGN LANGUAGE: CREATIVITY OF EXPERIMENTAL INK SEMANTICS CONVERSION IN DESIGN EDUCATION
Du, Bo (1,2); Nagai, Yukari (1); Kim, Eunyoung (1); Yuizono, Takaya (1); Wang, Manqian (2) // 2019
Design requires a heterogeneous mixture of culture and linguistics and is a tool for visual communication. The charm of language is mainly reflected in the accuracy and uniqueness way through which ...
Agile Development of a Microtiter Plate in an Interdisciplinary Project Team
Goevert, Kristin; Schweigert-Recksiek, Sebastian; Tariq, Bilal; Krischer, Lukas; Lindemann, Udo // 2019
The industry is currently changing rapidly. Both customers and employees are focusing much more on their own needs. On the one hand, this requires individualized products and, on the other hand, ...
Approaching Knowledge Dynamics Across the Product Development Process with Methods of Social Research
Wang, Wei Min; M // 2019
Knowledge is a crucial factor in state-of-the-art product development. It is often provided by stakeholders from divers disciplinary and individual backgrounds and has to be integrated to create ...
Bio-Inspired Design for Additive Manufacturing - case study: microtiter plate
Hashemi Farzaneh, Helena; Angele, Ferdinand; Zimmermann, Markus // 2019
Bio-inspired design is an innovative methodology for transferring biological solutions into technical solutions, for example for the design of weight- and load-optimized components. Bio-inspired ...
Comparing Utility-Based and Network-Based Approaches in Modeling Customer Preferences for Engineering Design
Sha, Zhenghui (2); Bi, Youyi (1); Wang, Mingxian (3); Stathopoulos, Amanda (1); Contractor, Noshir (1); Fu, Yan (3); Chen, Wei (1) // 2019
Customer preference modeling provides quantitative assessment of the effects of engineering design attributes on customers? choices. Utility-based approaches, such as discrete choice model (DCM), and ...
Comparison of existing agile Approaches in the Context of Mechatronic System Development: Potentials and Limits in Implementation
Heimicke, Jonas; Niever, Manuel; Zimmermann, Valentin; Klippert, Monika; Marthaler, Florian; Albers, Albert // 2019
The development of mechatronic systems has always been characterized by continuous handling of uncertainties. This challenge, which is associated with dynamic changes in the development context, is ...
Design for extremes: A contour method for defining requirements based on multivariate extremes
Haselsteiner, Andreas F. (1); Reisenhofer, Rafael (2); Ohlendorf, Jan-Hendrik (1); Thoben, Klaus-Dieter (1) // 2019
The design of various products is driven by requirements that describe extremes. In marine structural design, joint extremes of environmental variables like wave height and wind speed are used to ...
Design for Mass Adaptation of the Neurointerventional Training Model HANNES with Patient-Specific Aneurysm Models
Spallek, Johanna (1); Kuhl, Juliane (1); Wortmann, Nadine (1); Buhk, Jan-Hendrik (2); Fr // 2019
A neurointerventional training model called HANNES (Hamburg ANatomical NEurointerventional Simulator) has been developed to replace animal models in catheter-based aneurysm treatment training. A ...
Design Principles to Increase the Patient Specificity of High Tibial Osteotomy Fixation Devices
Kanagalingam, Sanjeevan (1); Shepherd, Duncan (1); Fernandez-Vicente, Miguel (2); Wimpenny, David (2); Thomas-Seale, Lauren (1) // 2019
High stiffness fracture fixation devices inducing absolute stability, activate inefficient primary healing and stress shielding. Taking High Tibial Osteotomy as a representative example, review of ...
Entwicklung eines Produktarchitekturmodells zur Ableitung modularer Produktstrukturen
Jan Küchenhof; Dieter Krause // 2019
Modularization can help shorten product development lead-times. enable customer-oriented product differentiation. enable economies of scale through commonality and economies of scope such as ...
EXPLORATION OF NEW INNOVATION SCENARIOS THROUGH THE REINTERPRETATION OF LOCAL MATERIAL CULTURE IN THE MASTER IN DESIGN
Martins, Jo // 2019
Our Master's Degree in Integrated Design is a teaching project designed to protect, predominantly, a series of professional specializations. It is a precursor to the mission of the educational ...
Exploratory study of the integration of frugal innovation in the design of products for the BoP
Luis Miguel López Santiago (a1), Serge Rohmer (a1), René Díaz Pichardo (a1) (a2) and Tatiana Reyes (a1) // 2019
The bottom of the pyramid (BoP) consists of 1.4 billion people living less than 1.25 USD per day. Fulfilling unmet needs of BoP people involves the design of products as a main activity. Designing ...
Formulating Design Recommendations for the Acceptance of the Use and Results of Point-of-Care Testing in Low- and Middle-Income Countries: A Literature Review
Licher, Yvonne Jolanda Melanie; Visser, Jan Simon; Van, G-Young; Diehl, Jan Carel // 2019
In low- and middle-income countries (LMIC), diagnostics are not always available in remote areas. Hospitals and healthcare centres are often too far from the community, and waiting times are up to a ...
From Visualizations to Matrices – Methodical support for New Development of Modular Product Families
Küchenhof, Jan; Schwede, Lea-Nadine; Hanna, Michael; Krause, Dieter // 2019
The application of modularization approaches is mostly carried out on existing product families where the database is rich and can be used for further structuring and optimization. Methods for ...
Functional Safety Concept Generation Within the Process of Preliminary Design of Automated Driving Functions at the Example of an Unmanned Protective Vehicle
Graubohm, Robert; Stolte, Torben; Bagschik, Gerrit; Steimle, Markus; Maurer, Markus // 2019
Structuring the early design phase of automotive systems is an important part of efficient and successful development processes. Today, safety considerations (e.g., the safety life cycle of ISO ...
Future-oriented PGE-Product Generation Engineering: An Attempt to Increase the Future User Acceptance Through Foresight in Product Engineering Using the Example of the iPhone User Interface
Marthaler, Florian (1); Stahl, Sven (1); Siebe, Andreas (2); Bursac, Nikola (3); Spadinger, Markus (1); Albers, Albert (1) // 2019
During the process of product engineering, decisions with uncertain consequences have to be made about future development (Albers et al., 2017a). Customer, user and vendor requirements that are ...
GLOBAL PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT: PROJECT-BASED MULTIDISCIPLINARY JOINT COURSE
Leung, Winnie (1); Wang, Yun (2); Kim, Seong-Woo (3) // 2019
Over three years 2016-2019, three top universities in Asia have joint hands in offering a truly collaborative course ~ Global Product Development. Leveraging modern teaching tools to overcome ...
Human-in-the-loop Design with Machine Learning
Wang, Pan (1); Peng, Danlin (1); Li, Ling (2); Chen, Liuqing (1); Wu, Chao (3); Wang, Xiaoyi (3); Childs, Peter (1); Guo, Yike (1) // 2019
Deep learning methods have been applied to randomly generate images, such as in fashion, furniture design. To date, consideration of human aspects which play a vital role in a design process has not ...
The following examples demonstrate some search strings that use boolean operators:
- design community
Find rows that contain at least one of the two words.
- +design +community
Find rows that contain both words.
- +design community
Find rows that contain the word “design”, but rank rows higher if they also contain “community”.
- +design -community
Find rows that contain the word “design” but not “community”.
- +design ~community
Find rows that contain the word “design”, but if the row also contains the word “community”, rate it lower than if row does not.
- +design +(>community <decisions)
Find rows that contain the words “design” and “community”, or “design” and “decisions” (in any order), but rank “design community” higher than “design decisions”
Find rows that contain words such as “design”, “designs”, “designing”, or “designer”.
- "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.