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Systemics for the Design of a Complex Distribution Network With Uncertainties

Patay, Emmanuelle; Bocquet, Jean-Claude; Dudezert, Aurélie // 2007

Uncertainty Management in Innovative Product Design

Daniel, Pierre; Dangoumau, Nathalie; Bigand, Michel // 2007

Understanding Design Process Robustness: a Modelling Approach

Chalupnik, Marek J.; Wynn, David C.; Eckert, Claudia M.; Clarkson, P. John // 2007

A FRAMEWORK FOR CAPTURING DESIGN ANALYSIS KNOWLEDGE FOR REUSE USING PROCESS MODELS

Goh, Y.M.; McMahon, C.A.; Booker, J.D. // 2006
Engineering companies are increasingly relying on information-intensive methods and tools to support decision-making in product design and development. Design analysis is a critical stage where ...

Creativity in Mass-Education Contexts

Michael, Anusas // 2006

HEURISTICS FOR CHANGE PREDICTION

Keller, R.; Eckert, C.M.; Clarkson, P.J. // 2006
Effective change management is a key to successful design development. As products and parts of products change, others can be affected, leading to further - often unexpected and costly - changes. ...

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 ...

IMPROVING THE PRODUCT INNOVATION PROCESS IN TEAMS BY SUPPORTING REFLECTION

Petrovic, K.; Mueller, A.; Herbig, B. // 2006
The process of innovative product development is characterized by high demands on the cognitive capacity of designers. We define the product innovation process as a complex task under conditions of ...

Modelling design processes to improve robustness

Chalupnik, M- J.; Eckert, C. M.; Clarkson, P. J. // 2006
The success of any manufacturing company depends ultimately on the effectiveness and efficiency of ist product development. However, "few development projects fully deliver on their early ...

MONITORING TOOL FOR A REACTIVE CUSTOMER ORIENTATED QUALITY MANAGEMENT

Felgen, L.; Gahr, A.; Lindemann, U. // 2006
The high quality of products is an important condition for economic success of automotive industry. Regarding this challenge a reactive, customer orientated quality planning method has been ...

RISK MANAGEMENT IN PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT – CURRENT METHODS

Oehmen, J.; Dick,B.; Lindemann, U.; Seering, W. // 2006
The paper explores Risk Management in Product Development, with the main focus being the review and discussion of current methods. A literature review is combined with an industry field study. Risk ...

THE DESIGN AND THE OPTIMIZATION OF THE FORK-PIN COMPRESSION JOINTS IN FRONT MOTORBIKE SUSPENSIONS

Croccolo, D.; Cuppini, R.; Vincenzi, N. // 2006
The design of the fork-pin compression-fit joints of front motorbike suspensions is uncertain mainly because of the poor knowledge about the starting friction coefficient µll and about the mean ...

Why Do Engineers Err when they Design?

Saariluoma, P.; Hovi, J.; Suvinen, R. // 2006

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