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EMOGRAM: HELP (STUDENT) DESIGN RESEARCHERS UNDERSTANDING USER EMOTIONS IN PRODUCT DESIGN

van Os, Gerard (1); van Beurden, Karin (2) // 2019
Many experiences user researchers will recognise the following: A visit is made to a target user to understand how she like (or dislike) some new product or software or service. At some point the ...

Empirical study of car crash simulation analysis within the development phase

Fatfouta, Naouress (1,2); Stal-Le Cardinal, Julie (1); Royer, Christine (2) // 2019
Car crash simulation analysis is an important phase within the vehicle development. It intends to analyse the crashworthiness of the vehicle model and examine the level of passive security. However, ...

Empirical Study of Good, Bad and Ugly Modular Engineering Solutions in Machinery Manufacturing Industry

Juuti, Tero; Pakkanen, Jarkko; Lehtonen, Timo // 2019
This study examines the relationship between the product structuring principles chosen in modular product families and the business results of companies. In the three case studies of the article, it ...

Employee acceptability of wearable mental workload monitoring in Industry 4.0: a pilot study on motivational and contextual framing

Van Acker, Bram B. (1,2); Conradie, Peter (1,2); Vlerick, Peter (1); Saldien, Jelle (1,2) // 2019
As Industry 4.0 will greatly challenge employee mental workload (MWL), research on objective wearable MWL-monitoring is in high demand. However, numerous research lines validating such technology ...

Empowering decision makers to avoid the oversizing of building service systems

Jones, Darren Anthony; Eckert, Claudia Margot // 2019
Oversizing of building service systems has a direct impact on building efficiency and operational costs. The research of this paper highlights several major contributors to the issue of oversizing. A ...

Enabling designers to generate concepts of interactive product behaviours: a mixed reality design approach

Maurya, Santosh; Takeda, Yukio; Mougenot, Celine // 2019
To design interactive behaviours for their products designers/makers have to use high fidelity tools like ?electronic prototyping kits?, involving sensors and programming to incorporate interactions ...

Energy Efficient Motion Design and Task Scheduling for an Autonomous Vehicle

Xidias, Elias; Azariadis, Philip // 2019
This paper describes an approach for designing an energy efficient motion and task scheduling for an autonomous vehicle which is moving in complicated environments in industrial sector or in large ...

Engineering Knowledge Graph for Keyword Discovery in Patent Search

Sarica, Serhad (1); Song, Binyang (1); Low, En (2); Luo, Jianxi (1) // 2019
Patent retrieval and analytics have become common tasks in engineering design and innovation. Keyword-based search is the most common method and the core of integrative methods for patent retrieval. ...

ENGINEERING PRODUCT DESIGN EDUCATION WITH A MIXED DESIGN-THINKING & LEAN START-UP APPROACH

Esqueda Merino, Donovan Manuel (1); Delgado Cepeda, Francisco Javier (1,2); Morano Okuno, Héctor (1), GARCÍA, Andrés (1) // 2019
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While those methodologies are well-adapted to purely digital products (apps, social networks, etc.), they often neglect the requirements of traditional engineering ...

Engineers' and biologists' roles during biomimetic design processes, towards a methodological symbiosis

Graeff, Eliot; Maranzana, Nicolas; Aoussat, Am // 2019
The strength of biomimetics comes from its ability to draw from life mechanisms and strategies to design innovative solutions. In spite of recent methodological progresses, more specifically on tools ...

ENHANCEMENT OF COLLABORATION IN THE EARLY STAGE OF AN INTERDISCIPLINARY ENGINEERING AND DESIGN PROJECT: MAPPING GROUP DYNAMICS

Risnes, Martha; Mellema, Mirjam; Sherkat, Habib; Pinto-Orellanna, Marco // 2019
Health care systems are moving towards multidisciplinary patient-centered solutions. Team members can agree on high-level aspirations, but it does not imply that they will have conformity in specific ...

ENHANCING PARTICIPATION IN INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDENT TEAMS THROUGH THE USE OF TANGIBLE REPRESENTATIONS

Forshaug, Ann Kristin // 2019
Designers are to an increasingly extent working as facilitators and members of co-creative interdisciplinary teams. Interdisciplinary collaboration is needed when working with complex problems, and ...

Entrepreneurial Ideation: Effects of Morphology and Complexity

Esparza, Antonio; Sosa, Ricardo; Connor, Andy // 2019
Studies of product architecture identify a mirroring process between the product and the organisation. Parallel, empirical studies of effectual entrepreneurship show an accumulation of commitments ...

Entwicklung eines Produktarchitekturmodells zur Ableitung modularer Produktstrukturen

Jan Küchenhof; Dieter Krause // 2019
Modularization can help shorten product development lead-times. enable customer-oriented product differentiation. enable economies of scale through commonality and economies of scope such as ...

Estimating the Impact of Design Automation: the Influence of Knowledge on Potential Estimation

Rigger, Eugen (1,2); Lutz, Alexander (2); Shea, Kristina (2); Stankovic, Tino (2) // 2019
Assessing the impact of design automation on design practice prior to its implementation is difficult and subject to uncertainties. One reason for this is the designers' lack of knowledge about ...

Ethics and Strategy in Decision-Based Design Frameworks: Problems and Solutions

Hulse, Daniel; Hoyle, Christopher; Tumer, Irem // 2019
Engineering Design decisions impact customers, the environment and society at large in ways that have profound ethical and strategic implications for designers. Previous research in decision-based ...

EUROPEAN DRIVING RANGE – INNOVATIVE LANDSCAPES FOR A TANGIBLE, NON-HIERARCHICAL LEARNING SPACE WITHIN A MATERIAL AND IMMATERIAL TOGETHERNESS

Wachs, Marina-Elena (1); Hall, Ashley (2) // 2019
The demand for high value designed products created across the future European landscape will require new educational talents working seamlessly across integrated analogue and digital platforms while ...

Evaluating Innovative Projects For And With Elderly People: Insights From Participatory Design Contests

Jean, Camille (1); Cluzel, Fran // 2019
Societies are challenged worldwide to maintain or improve the life of an ageing population. In the meantime, it is an opportunity for businesses to develop products and services for the elderly. ...

EXPANDING HORIZONS: ENGAGING STUDENTS WITH EMPATHIC THINKING

Woodcock, Andree (1); McDonagh, Deana (2); Magee, Paul (1); Ball, Tim (1); Iqbal, Sana (1) // 2019
Young student designers have little experience with populations unlike themselves. This can present challenges when project briefs require them to design for people with different life experiences ...

Experimental Evaluation of a Debiasing Method for Analysis in Engineering Design

Nelius, Thomas; Matthiesen, Sven // 2019
During analysis in engineering design, systematic thinking errors - so-called cognitive biases - can lead to inaccurate understanding of the design problem. With a simplified version of the Analysis ...

Experimentation throughout the product development process - lessons from food and beverage ventures

Kukko-Liedes, Ville; Mikkonen, Maria; Bj // 2019
Established companies turn to new ventures for bolstering exploration activities, but we know relatively little of the product development processes of startups and new ventures and how different ...

Exploitation of AM-potentials by linking manufacturing processes to function-driven product design

Reichwein, Jannik (1); Kaspar, Jerome (2); Vielhaber, Michael (2); Kirchner, Eckhard (1) // 2019
Additive Manufacturing (AM) processes had an extensively and substantially technological growth over the past years that directly influences the continuously increased and manifold possibilities for ...

EXPLORATION OF NEW INNOVATION SCENARIOS THROUGH THE REINTERPRETATION OF LOCAL MATERIAL CULTURE IN THE MASTER IN DESIGN

Martins, Jo // 2019
Our Master's Degree in Integrated Design is a teaching project designed to protect, predominantly, a series of professional specializations. It is a precursor to the mission of the educational ...

Exploratory study of the integration of frugal innovation in the design of products for the BoP

L // 2019
The bottom of the pyramid (BoP) consists of 1.4 billion people living less than 1.25 USD per day. Fulfilling unmet needs of BoP people involves the design of products as a main activity. Designing ...

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