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AN EXPLORATIVE STUDY TOWARDS USING VR SKETCHING AS A TOOL FOR IDEATION AND PROTOTYPING IN PRODUCT DESIGN

Joundi, J., Christiaens, Y., Saldien, J., Conradie, P. and De Marez, L. // 2020

Comparison of three different heuristics for laser heat treatment pattern design

Nordin, Axel // 2020
Heat treatment of sheet steel is commonly performed in the automotive industry to save weight. However, current methods come with drawbacks such as energy usage and expensive tooling. This paper ...

Conceptual model of modularisation

Pakkanen, Jarkko; Juuti, Tero; Lehtonen, Timo; Peltonen, Jari; Laine, Rami // 2020
It is difficult to produce and manage information for which there is no conceptual model and supporting tools. The results of the paper illustrate what design information concepts are specific for a ...

Dynamic updating of learning events during a course on the basis of logbooks

Vanhatalo, Mikko; Juuti, Tero; Rättyä, Kaisu // 2020
In this paper we present findings about utilizing logbooks which are customized for the specific course implementation and to use them in dynamic way to tailor learning events during the course. We ...

Mass Distribution as an Approach for Designing Lightweight-Driven Product Architectures

Laufer, Felix; Roth, Daniel; Binz, Hansgeorg // 2020
Lightweight-design methods for the conceptual phase of the product-development process are becoming increasingly important due to their influence on products’ mass. Besides mass reduction, the ...

On How Designers Communicate the Functionality of Articulated Product Concepts in Sketches

Ramana, G Kalyan; Onkar, Prasad S // 2020
This work deals with finding out issues faced by designers in communicating functionality of articulated product concepts through sketching. These have been observed and analyzed by performing a ...

PARTICIPATORY INVOLVEMENT AND MULTITHEORETICAL PERSPECTIVES IN VISUAL MANAGEMENT DESIGN

Söderlund, C., Florin, U., Lundin, J. and Uggla, K. // 2020

Understanding system features through information visualisations to improve product development: An exploratory study with data analysts

Idrissov, Agzam; Škec, Stanko; Maier, Anja M. // 2020
Information visualisations, such as diagrams and charts, support analysis of large amounts of information. While there exist various information visualisations for decision support in product ...

"DOGGY DOLLY": DESIGN EXPLORATION OF CUSTOMISED MOBILITY DEVICE FOR A HANDICAPPED DOG

Shin, Dosun // 2019
This paper introduces the research and process of assistive device design for a special 4-year-old dog who lost one of his front left leg due to a gun shot by a policeman on the street. This project ...

3D ANTHROPOMETRY IN ERGONOMIC PRODUCT DESIGN EDUCATION

Jellema, Anton (1); Galloin, Evan (2); Massé, Benoît (2); Ruiter, Iemkje (1); Molenbroek, Johan (1); Huysmans, Toon (1) // 2019
The Faculty of Industrial Design Engineering of the Delft University of Technology offers a bachelor’s degree education programme and three master programmes. Our students are lectured in ergonomics ...

A "lattice" approach to design education: Bringing real and integrated design experience to the classroom through Engineering Design Days

Hurst, Ada; Rennick, Chris; Bedi, Sanjeev // 2019
While design is fundamental to engineering practice, modern training in engineering design has almost exclusively moved to the classroom, providing students little exposure to holistic, real-world ...

A CASE STUDY APPROACH TO INTRODUCE CIRCULAR ECONOMY IN SUSTAINABLE DESIGN EDUCATION

Esparragoza, Ivan (1); Mesa-Cogollo, Jaime (2) // 2019
Finding sustainable solutions to worldwide problems has become a critical challenge for engineers. The use of natural resources and the generation of materials no degradable should be controlled when ...

A Conceptual Framework for Breakthrough Technologies

Hein, Andreas Makoto (1); Brun, Juliette (2) // 2019
Breakthrough technologies introduce a radically new capability or a drastic performance improvement. However, the existing engineering design literature does not specifically pay attention to them. ...

A framework for designing work systems in Industry 4.0

Kadir, Bzhwen A (1); Broberg, Ole (1); Souza da Concei // 2019
The introduction of new digital technologies in industrial work systems and increasing implementation of Cyber Physical Systems are evoking new and unknown challenges and opportunities related to ...

A model-based approach to identify barriers in design knowledge reuse

Jordan, Thomas (1,2); Bender, Beate (1); Herzog, Michael (1); Song, Young-Woo (1) // 2019
Today, information and knowledge as competitive factors influence the success of companies as much as traditional production factors like human resources or physical capital. However, the reuse of ...

A PILOT STUDY: A CASE STUDY OF DESIGN TEACHING APPLYING THE INTERNET CROWDSOURCING TECHNOLOGY FOR UNDERGRADUATE DESIGN STUDENTS

Wu, Hao; Gan, Jing // 2019
Since the design education system was firstly established and spread to the public by Bauhaus in Weimar, year of 1919, people began to realise the necessity and rationality of design education in ...

A review of requirements and approaches for realistic visual perception in virtual reality

Gersch tz, Benjamin; Fechter, Marius; Schleich, Benjamin; Wartzack, Sandro // 2019
The amount of new virtual reality input and output devices being developed is enormous. Those peripherals offer novel opportunities and possibilities in the industrial context, especially in the ...

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 ...

Alarm Compliance In Healthcare: Design Considerations For Actionable Alarms (In Intensive Care Units)

Sanz-Segura, Rosana (1); Manchado P // 2019
Intensive care units are technologically advanced environments that are designed to safeguard the patient while their vitals are stabilized for further treatment. Audible and visual alarms are part ...

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