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Using TRLs and system architecture to estimate technology integration risk

Garg, Tushar; Eppinger, Steven; Joglekar, Nitin; Olechowski, Alison // 2017
Risk estimation is a key activity for product development and technology integration programs. There are a number of decision support tools that help project managers identify and mitigate risks in a ...

A DESIGN METHOD OBTAINING DIVERSE DESIGN SOLUTION SETS FOR THE BOUNDARY CONDITION CHANGE: APPLICATION TO AN ISOLATION SYSTEM  (Members only )

Murata, Yoshiaki ; Takahashi, Masaki ; Takeuchi, Yosuke; Inoue, Masato // 2016
The early phase of design contains uncertain design information. Therefore, the boundary condition of a design problem often change as the design process progresses because of the change and addition ...

A MODEL OF DESIGNING AS THE INTERSECTION BETWEEN UNCERTAINTY PERCEPTION, INFORMATION PROCESSING, AND COEVOLUTION

Lasso, S. V.; Cash, P.; Daalhuizen, J.; Kreye, M. // 2016
Problem/solution co-evolution and information processing have been described as two fundamental perspectives on designing in the literature. However, prior works have modelled them separately. This ...

A PRELIMINARY STUDY OF TRENDS IN PERCEIVED QUALITY DESIGN ATTRIBUTES IN THE AUTOMOTIVE LUXURY MARKET SEGMENT

Stylidis, K.; Burnap, A.; Rossi, M.; Wickman, C.; Söderberg, R.; Papalambros, P. Y. // 2016
The premium vehicle segment has focused on excellent manufacturing quality, while in contrast the luxury segment has focused on emotional and personalized appeal. We perform qualitative analysis of ...

Agilität als Alternative zu traditionellen Standards in der Entwicklung physischer Produkte: Chancen und Herausforderungen  (Members only )

Schmidt, Tobias Sebastian; Paetzold, Kristin // 2016
Product development becomes increasingly uncertain and dynamic. Under these conditions, traditional approaches such as VDI 2221 and VDI 2206 reach their limits as they are too stiff to handle large ...

An approach for using the FMEA for the development of a new and revolutionary rotation piston engine

Chahin, Abdo; Paetzold, Kristin; Peterit, Philip; Grunow, Constantin // 2016
The early stages of product development are characterized by incomplete and insufficient data. This lack of information will usually be resolved during the process. When dealing with a new product ...

AN EMPIRICAL INVESTIGATION ON MODELLING OF SOCIO-TECHNICAL UNCERTAINTY LEVELS TO SUPPORT DESIGN PROCESS PLANNING

Hassannezhad, M.; Montagna, F. // 2016
Planning of design processes concerns multiple aspects related to the whole product, process, and organizational characteristics. The major limitation to the most of existing tools is that the social ...

Analysis of existing approaches for the support of planning processes within new product development projects

Kattwinkel, Daniela; Song, Young-Woo; Herzog, Michael; Neumann, Marc; Bender, Beate // 2016
Studies show that the deviation from the goals of industrial product development projects is mainly caused by incorrect planning at the beginning. The accuracy and reliability of the project plan ...

Application of DSM for Integrating Modern Technology into Operational Architecture of Aerial Firefighting

Malaek, S.M.; Mahrooz, M. H. // 2016
Aerial firefighting plays an integral role in containing wildfires, which have been growing rapidly in frequency and intensity over the past decades. However, the current aerial-resource management ...

APPLYING THE ELEMENTAL INTERFACES APPROACH TO KINEMATIC DESIGN

Freund, T.; Lotz, J.; Würtenberger, J.; Kloberdanz, H. // 2016
The authors introduce with the elemental interfaces approach an alternative to analyse mobilities of mechanisms up from early design phases based on a matrix representation. The paper compares ...

ARGUMENTATION AND REASONING IN DESIGN: AN EMPIRICAL ANALYSIS OF THE EFFECTS OF VERBAL REASONING ON IDEA VALUE IN GROUP IDEA GENERATION

Cramer-Petersen, C. L.; Ahmed-Kristensen, S. // 2016
Reasoning is argumentative and is at the core of design activity and thinking. Understanding the influence of reasoning on the value of ideas is key to support design practice. The paper aims to show ...

ASSESSMENT: THE DEVELOPING AND TESTING OF A TRIAL EXAM IN A CROSS-DISCIPLINARY FIELD USING BOTH FORMATIVE AND SUMMATIVE EVALUATION

Petersen, Dorthe Fiona; Mathiasen, Anne Marie; Lerche, Tifli // 2016
The purpose of this research project is to redesign an existing 1st year exam at The Copenhagen School
of Technology and Design to enhance the students’ vocational competency and hence to enhance ...

Avoiding Fall Related Injuries in Older Adults – An Interdisciplinary Design Approach

Sankowski, Olga; Wollesen, Bettina; Köhler, Berit; Krause, Dieter; Mattes, Klaus // 2016
Because of the frequency and severe consequences of falls in the elderly, falling is one of the major public health issues. It would be a substantial improvement to reduce the severity and occurrence ...

DEVELOPMENT OF A METHODICAL APPROACH TO HANDLE UNCERTAINTY DURING THE PROCESS OF PRODUCT MODELLING

Würtenberger, J.; Lotz, J.; Freund, T.; Kloberdanz, H. // 2016
Product models are used for decision making during the development process. They are based on assumptions by the designer, which are made under a lack of information, so the designer has to make ...

Entrepreneurship: What Separates Those Who Do from Those Who Don't

Matthew, Lynch; Martin, Steinert; Gunnar, Andersson // 2016
rature, with most of the focus being on what makes a successful entrepreneur; or what separates entrepreneurs from the general population. Examing the difference between the intention to start and ...

Experimental Studies in Design Science and Engineering Design Science – A Repository for Experiment Setups

Kriesi, Carlo; Balters, Stephanie; Steinert, Martin // 2016
Science depends on robust study designs that quantify selected dependent variables, independent of time, location, or conducting researcher. It has been shown that various research fields, especially ...

Finding the Optimal Design Creativity in Car Design Features Against Brand Styles

Sungeun, An; Deedee, Min; Ji-Hyun, Lee // 2016
Automobile designers strive to create novel and distinctive designs without sacrificing the car’s inner brand style. Both novelty and brand styles are known to be paramount to realizing market ...

Including product designers in the consideration of resource criticality – an approach from a business perspective

Link, Sandra; Denz, Naemi; Kloberdanz, Hermann // 2016
Especially in recent years, the issue of resource efficiency has become focus of public debate. High and volatile raw material prices show the relevance of the topic. Not only on a political level, ...

MANAGING THE PARADOX OF EARLY PRODUCTION INVOLVEMENT AND INNOVATIVENESS – TO INVOLVE OR EVOLVE, IS THAT THE QUESTION?

Karlsson, A.; Törlind, P. // 2016
Early involvement of production can on the one hand create products better adapted for realization, but on the other hand introduce the risk that incremental adjustments of existing operations and ...

MANAGING THE PROCESS OF PREPARATION FOR PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT - IDEAS ASSESSMENT AND EVALUATION

Stevanović, M.; Marjanović, D.; Štorga, M. // 2016
The productivity early stages of NPD play an important role in the process of innovation. Innovative ideas and later concepts are assessed in a situation of high uncertainty. Insufficient assessment ...

MEDIATING EMOTION THROUGH OBJECTS: THE UNDERSTANDING OF DESIGNED OBJECTS AS AN ASSISTIVE TOOL FOR DESIGNERS IN THE EARLY STAGES OF DESIGN ACTIVITY

Hapiz, Hana // 2016
This paper will explicate the relationship between everyday objects and the user, categorise the objects
based on an established system within the design discipline and develop a taxonomy to assist ...

Methode zur Parameteroptimierung komplexer Mechanismen hinsichtlich kinematischer Anforderungen  (Members only )

Heling, Björn; Wartzack, Sandro // 2016
Shorter product life cycles along with continuously changing requirements lead to a demand for more efficient product development processes. Resulting from these upcoming challenges the guiding ...

MORPHIX: AN EVOLUTIONARY WAY TO SUPPORT CONCEPTUAL DESIGN

Wünsch, A.; Pilz, F.; Vajna, S. // 2016
In this paper we introduce Morphix, a framework to support the conceptual design by combining the morphological box and the Autogenetic Design Theory using a Genetic Algorithm, to reduce the risk of ...

NPD Risk Management with Experiential learning oriented method

Juuti, Tero Sakari; Kopra, Miia-Johanna // 2016
t portfolio management, the decision making on project and portfolio selection is less planned and rational and, instead, more political and path-dependent that the normative models would suggest. ...

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