Query returned 855 results.
AN INTEGRATED INFORMATION AND TYPE SHEET SYSTEM FOR RAIL VEHICLES
Hosnedl, S.; Heller, P. // 2006
A comprehensive integrated system based on the theory of properties of technical products has been developed and implemented on MS Excel. It currently covers 179 property characteristics for each of ...
ASSESSING RELEVANCE: DESIGNERS' PERCEPTION OF INFORMATION USEFULNESS
Restrepo, J. // 2006
The paper studies relevance as perceived by designers when interacting with information systems. It proposes that relevance judgments depend on the designers’ previous knowledge and understanding of ...
CONCEPT SELECTION IN THE AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY WITH EXAMPLES
Bylund, N. // 2006
The paper describes the requirement fulfilment complexity and the resulting difficulties in concept selection in the automotive industry, with examples from a practitioners point of view. The ...
DESIGN STRUCTURE MATRIX USED AS KNOWLEDGE CAPTURE METHOD FOR PRODUCT CONFIGURATION
Germani, M.; Mengoni, M.; Raffaeli, R. // 2006
The present work focuses on the study of a method to acquire and formalise the design knowledge in a way usable for implementing a knowledge-based software system to support the NPC. The approach is ...
DESIGNING COMPLEX SOCIO-TECHNICAL SYSTEMS - EXPERIENCES WITH STUDENT PROJECTS …
Bockstael-Blok, W.; Herder, P.M. // 2006
In the SEPAM-design project our students apply their acquired theoretical knowledge on designing complex socio-technical systems in a real life case. After running the project for two years we felt ...
ECODESIGN DECISION BOXES – A SYSTEMATIC TOOL FOR INTEGRATING ENVIRONMENTAL CONSIDERATIONS INTO PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT
Ghorabi, H.O.A.; Wimmer, W.; Bey, N. // 2006
The Ecodesign Decision Boxes allow the implementation of environmental considerations in technical product designs and in the decisive early stages of the product development process. This systematic ...
FORMULATION OBJECTIVE FUNCTION OF THE DECISION - MAKING PROBLEM IN SHIP POWER PLANT
Kami?ski, P. // 2006
FUNCTIONAL PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT – DISCUSSING KNOWLEDGE ENABLING TECHNOLOGIES
Nergård, H.; Ericson, Å.; Bergström, M.; Sandberg, S.; Törlind, P.; Larsson, T. // 2006
The concept of functional products affects the business as a whole. The hardware will be offered to customers as one part incorporated in a total offer. The offer as a whole compromise services ...
IMPACT INDICATORS IN TRANSPORT INFRASTRUCTURES: A NEW MARKET FOR ENGINEERING DESIGN RESEARCHERS
Vidal, R.; López-Mesa, B. // 2006
Indicators are a very important guide in decision making since they translate knowledge into easy-to-handle information units. This paper aims to draw attention to a not very explored “market” for ...
IMPLEMENTING PRODUCT PLATFORMS: A CASE STUDY
Fiil-Nielsen, O.; Mortensen, N.H. // 2006
The paper describes a case study dealing with the process of creating and implementing a product platform. The paper espessially deals with the fact that to obtain the benefits of platforms a ...
INTEGRAL COLLABORATIVE DECISION MODEL IN ORDER TO SUPPORT PROJECT DEFINITION PHASE MANAGEMENT
Jankovic, M.; Bocquet, J.C.; Stal Le Cardinal, J.; Bavoux, J-M. // 2006
The Project Definition phase is one of the most important phases in the New Product and Process Development. This is also a collaborative decision making phase. The existing project management ...
INTEGRATING LIFE CYCLE COSTING ANALYSIS INTO THE DECISION MAKING PROCESS IN NEW PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT
Silva, A.P.; Fernandes, A.A. // 2006
The trend towards sustainable development is driving companies to adopt a broader life cycle perspective in produtct development. Within this context Life Cycle Cost Analysis models can be a decisive ...
MODULE SHEETS FOR ADAPTING MODULAR PRODUCT FAMILIES
Avak, B. // 2006
Modular product families are now broadly applied in industry. There is, however, no concept in place yet to effectively manage the interfaces within a modular product family. That is why module ...
Monte Carlo Simulation of Multi-Criteria Decisions Under Uncertainty
Avak, B. // 2006
PLATFORM EVALUATION USING EXCPLICIT MODELLING: A CASE STUDY
Munk, L.; Mortensen, N.H. // 2006
Platform evaluation methods are often based on indices rather than modelling of measurable consequences, which inhibits the decision making process. This case study shows benefits from using explicit ...
SWING - Simulation, Workshops, Interactive eNvironments and Gaming: An Integrated Approach to Improve Learning, Design, and Strategic Decision Making
Mabogunje, A.; Kyvsgaard, Hansen P.; Eris, O.; Leifer, L. // 2006
THE COST OF INTERNAL VARIETY: A NON-LINEAR OPTIMIZATION MODEL
Nowak, T.; Chromniak, M. // 2006
Manufacturing oriented design methodologies (e.g. Design for Manufacturing and Assembly, Design to Cost) enable engineers to create product designs which can be manufactured at low cost and with ...
THE KARLSRUHE EDUCATION MODEL FOR PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT “KALEP”, IN HIGHER EDUCATION
Albers, A.; Burkardt, N.; Meboldt, M. // 2006
Product development is one of the most complex and important stages in the value creation chain. The objective of the university education of mechanical engineers is to impart the complex knowledge ...
THE USE OF SENSITIVITY OF OBJECTIVES FOR EVALUATION OF PARETO-OPTIMAL SOLUTIONS
Bia?as-Heltowski, K.; Rohaty?ski, R. // 2006
ANALYSIS OF THE DECISION MAKING PROCESSES IN NPD PROJECTS WITHIN INNOVATIVE COMPANIES
García-Melón, M.; Aragonés, P.; Poveda, R.; Zabala, J. // 2005
APPRAISAL FOR THE TECHNOLOGY PROGRAMMES – DEVELOPMENT AND VERIFICATION OF A NEW ASSESSMENT MODEL IN SOME NATIONAL TECHNOLOGY PROGRAMMES IN FINLAND
Berg, P.; Pihlajamaa, J.; Lindroos, M. // 2005
DEFINITIONS AND TEMPORAL POSITIONING OF THE CONCEPTS LINKED TO DECISION MAKING IN INDUSTRIAL PROJECT DESIGN – DIKCORAC
Cardinal, J. S.-L.; Bocquet, J.-C. // 2005
DESIGN ARGUMENTATION PROFILE – A QUANTITATIVE DECISION SUPPORT FRAMEWORK FOR CONCEPT EVALUATION IN THE EARLY PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT PHASE
Petersen, S. I. // 2005
DESIGN PROCESS FOR DECISION MAKING CONCERNING THE ESTABLISHMENT OF THE (OBJECTIVE, ACTOR) COUPLE IN PROJECT MANAGEMENT ORGANIZATION
Cardinal, J. S.-L.; Bocquet, J.-C. // 2005
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- design community
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- +design +community
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- +design community
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- +design -community
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- +design ~community
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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.