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A CROSS-FUNCTIONAL APPROACH FOR THE FUZZY FRONT END: HIGHLIGHTS FROM A CONCEPTUAL PROJECT
Figueiredo, João Filipe; Correia, Nuno C.; Ruivo, Inês Secca; Alves, Jorge Lino // 2015
Ideation is regarded as a critical element in the innovation process; besides, it is transversal to the different design models. Notwithstanding its fundamental characteristics for the innovation ...
A PRELIMINARY COMPARISON OF DESK AND PANEL CRIT SETTINGS IN THE DESIGN STUDIO
Pradel, Patrick; Sun, Xu; Oro, Bruno; Nan, Wang // 2015
‘Desk Crit’ has been described as the most important critique setting for teaching design. This
approach has been shown to be beneficial in providing different perspectives on design problems ...
A PRODUCT PLANNING OF E-SPORTS HEADPHONE BY BLENDING REPLICATION ZMET WITH QFD
Wang, Hung-Hsiang // 2015
In the drastic competition in the e-sports games marketplaces, many manufacturers make efforts on the visual qualities of products in its use context as a differentiation strategy. Industrial ...
A V-MODEL FOR MORE. AN INCLUSIVE DESIGN MODEL SUPPORTING INTERACTION BETWEEN DESIGNER AND USER.
Ielegems, Elke; Herssens, Jasmien; Vanrie, Jan // 2015
Designers aiming to design for all users experience difficulties when realizing this in practice. More insight is needed into practical constraints and potential obstacles regarding inclusive ...
An Adjustable Impedance Element – System Requirements and Design Approach (Members only )
Bruchmüller, Tim; Mangold, Sebastian; Matthiesen, Sven; Oltmann, Jan; Rasmussen, Olaf; Krause, Dieter; Stücheli, Marius; Meboldt, Mirko // 2015
Dynamic test are mostly performed in specific test setups with adjustable
boundary conditions and relevant aspects of the product environment. The
dynamic characteristics of the environment and ...
AN APPROACH TO ANALYSING INTERFACE UNCERTAINTY USING THE CONTACT AND CHANNEL MODEL
Freund, Tillmann; Kloberdanz, Hermann; Lotz, Julian; Wuertenberger, Jan // 2015
The authors give a short introduction to uncertainty and introduce uncertainty terms for modular systems: Interface Uncertainty and Configuration Uncertainty. In order to control these forms of ...
AN INTEGRATED RFBSE MODEL FOR MANAGING AND REUSING ENGINEERING DESIGN KNOWLEDGE
Qin, Hao; Wang, Hongwei; Liu, Yusheng // 2015
Design efficiency has significant influence on a company s sustainable competitiveness. Reusing part of the previous product design can undoubtedly improve design efficiency, and thus the need of ...
ASSESSING MODULARISATION TRANSITION WITH METRICS
Heilemann, Markus; Steve, Culley; Meike, Schlueter; Vera, Lindemer // 2015
Modularisation is a major area of interest within the field of engineering design. In order to support engineers in establishing modular product architectures, researchers have published a wide ...
CONSTRUCTING A MULTI-DIMENSIONAL MODEL TO UNDERSTAND TEAM DESIGN THROUGH LANGUAGE
Xu, Jiang; Guo, Feng; Gan, Xiang; Wang, Xiuyue // 2015
As the support for creative design of complex products, multi-disciplinary team design has always been the focus of researches on design. By taking language as the data resource in design, a ...
DESIGN FOR ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY APPLICATIONS: USEFULNESS OF RE-USE?
Walsh, Edwin Peter; Daems, Walter; Steckel, Jan; Peremans, Herbert; Baelus, Christiaan // 2015
Due to an increased need for Assistive Technology (AT) applications, governmental interest into reducing the total cost of providing AT applications is growing. A commonly reported high rate of AT ...
DESIGN OF MEDICAL DEVICES FOR PRESSURE ULCER PREVENTION
Velasquez, Alejandro; Almonacid, Ana Maria; Jaramillo, Lisa Maria; Aramburo, Mauricio; Velasquez, David; Iza, Camilo; Zapata, Luis Miguel // 2015
This paper presents a stage-gate design methodology implemented during the design of two mechatronic medical devices for the prevention of ulcers in skin. Each product required the integration of ...
DESIGNING OF HYBRID JOINTS AT THE EARLY EMBODIMENT DESIGN STAGE
Kellermeyer, Markus; Klein, Daniel; Wartzack, Sandro // 2015
Increasing costs for fuel and an increasing ecological awareness of the companies have lead to a higher importance of lightweight constructions in the automotive industry. A possibility to make ...
DIGITAL REPOSITORY FOR DESIGN KNOWLEDGE REUSE
Firdaus, Mochammad; Wang, Hongwei; Qin, Hao; Liu, Yusheng // 2015
Many companies in the engineering sector are currently facing the challenge of producing accurate documentation which can be reused during design activities in order to support the life cycle of ...
DISTRIBUTED EXPERIMENTS IN DESIGN SCIENCES, A NEXT STEP IN DESIGN OBSERVATION STUDIES?
Kriesi, Carlo; Steinert, Martin; Aalto-Setaelae, Laura; Anvik, Anders; Balters, Stephanie; Baracchi, Alessia; Bisballe Jensen, Matilde; Bjørkli, Leif Erik; Buzzaccaro, Nicolo; Cortesi, Dario; D'Onghia, Francesco; Dosi, Clio; Franchini, Giulia; Fuchs, Matt; Gerstenberg, Achim; Hansen, Erik; Hiekkanen, Karri Matias; Hyde, David; Ituarte, Iñigo; Kalasniemi, Jani; Kurikka, Joona; Lanza, Irene; Laurila, Anssi; Lee, Tik Ho; Lønvik, Siri; Mansikka-Aho, Anniina; Nordberg, Markus; Oinonen, Paeivi; Pedrelli, Luca; Pekuri, Anna; Rane, Enna; Reime, Thov; Repokari, Lauri; Rønningen, Martin; Rowlands, Stephanie; Sjöman, Heikki; Slåttsveen, Kristoffer; Strachan, Andy; Strømstad, Kirsti; Suren, Stian; Tapio, Peter; Utriainen, Tuuli; Vignoli, Matteo; Vijaykumar, Saurabh; Welo, Torgeir; Wulvik, Andreas // 2015
This paper describes and proposes a new method for conducting globally distributed design research. Instead of using e.g. a software we tried out a completely analogue approach: Five carefully ...
FUSION OF OLD AND NEW, CREATIVITY IN EDUCATIONAL AND HISTORICAL WAY: BOARD GAME WITH SERVICESCAPE CONCEPT IN TAIPEI TECH UNIVERSITY TOWN.
Wang, Sheng-Ming; Huang, Chieh Ju // 2015
The quality of life is a feeling of well-being, fulfilment, or satisfaction on the part of residents or visitors to that place. Smart Cities is the answer and a response to these challenges. Four ...
GUIDELINES FOR COMPETENCE ASSESSMENT IN ENGINEERING EDUCATION AN IMPLEMENTATION IN PROJECT NUSAL
Albers, Albert; Butenko, Viktoriia; Breitschuh, Jan; Walter, Benjamin; Drechsler, Sandra; Burkardt, Norbert // 2015
Methods of competence modelling and assessment used in psychological research hold high potential for gaining insight into requirements to engineers in product design. The contribution describes ...
IDENTIFICATION OF KNOWLEDGE AND PROCESSES IN DESIGN PROJECTS
Schmidt, Danilo Marcello; Kammerl, Daniel; Schultz, Bernhard; Schenkl, Sebastian Alexander; Moertl, Markus // 2015
As market's requirements change, companies have to conserve, develop and manage their knowledge to provide more complex products. For this reason and in the background of knowledge management, it is ...
IMPROVING DESIGN METHODOLOGY: SYSTEMATIC EVALUATION OF PRINCIPLE SYNTHESIS
Katzwinkel, Tim; Heller, Jan Erik; Schmid, Alexander; Schmidt, Walter; Löwer, Manuel; Feldhusen, Jörg // 2015
Developing new products based on a systematic approach is essential for the entrepreneurial success of technology companies. Through functional analysis and successive synthesis of a product ...
INFLUENCE OF INFORMATION COLLECTION STRATEGY IN PROBLEM FORMULATION ON DESIGN CREATIVITY THROUGH MENTAL STRESS: A THEORETICAL ANALYSIS
Wang, Xiaoying; Nguyen, Thanh An; Zeng, Yong // 2015
Problem formulation is an important process in design. A right solution comes from a right problem statement; creative solution may come from a creative problem statement. In this paper, three ...
INTEGRATING THE ABILITY FOR TOPOLOGY OPTIMIZATION IN A COMMERCIAL CAD-SYSTEM
Schmelcher, Johannes; Stetter, Ralf; Till, Markus // 2015
An promising approach in optimizing parts with respect to their weight and simultaneously preserve their functionality, is designing parts in a way, where material is only present in regions, which ...
INTEGRATION OF USER KNOWLEDGE ACROSS THE LIFECYCLE OF INTEGRATED PRODUCT-SERVICE SYSTEMS – AN EMPIRICAL ANALYSIS OF THE RELEVANCE FOR PSS DEVELOPMENT AND MANAGEMENT
Schmidt, Danilo Marcello; Preißner, Stephanie; Hermosillo Martínez, José Alonso; Quiter, Michael; Moertl, Markus; Raasch, Christina // 2015
Integration of user knowledge in corporate innovation processes enhances firm innovation performance. Despite the relevance of the topic, research on when to integrate user knowledge into corporate ...
KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT IN CUSTOMER INTEGRATION: A CUSTOMER INPUT ONTOLOGY
Fueller, Kathrin; Liu, Hanxi; Boehm, Markus; Krcmar, Helmut // 2015
Exchanging and analyzing customer input across different departments and software tools in a company is a prerequisite to successfully implement the co-creation of innovations with customers. ...
MAKE YOUR BED AND LIE IN IT! LEARNING TO TAKE THE CONSEQUENCES OF DESIGN DECISIONS IN AN ENGINEERING DESIGN PROJECT
Voß, Markus; Bozkurt, Hulusi; Sauer, Thorsten // 2015
In many design assignments engineering students do a lot of paperwork. But on very rare occasions
during their studies they should also build and test the appliances, products or machines they ...
Product-Service Systems for Increasing CustomerAcceptance Concerning Perceived Complexity (Members only )
Schmidt, Danilo Marcello; Mörtl, Markus // 2015
This paper investigates the potential of productservice systems (PSS) to increase customer acceptance concerning perceived complexity. First, a literature review was conducted to investigate the ...
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