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Methode für markenübergreifendes Produktdesign am Beispiel eines Akkumoduls

Fischer, Matthias Sebastian; Holder, Daniel; Reichelt, Florian; Kern, Franziska; Maier, Thomas; // 2020
Replaceable products for changing use in machines from different manufacturers confront industrial designers with new challenges. In contrast to classic products, a strong product uniqueness must be ...

Methode zur gezielten Identifikation von Marktunsicherheiten zur Unterstützung der Zielsystementstehung

Zimmermann, Valentin; Prinz, Rudi; Albers, Albert; // 2020
Product development and the associated processes are charac-terized by uncertainties. Thus, the elements of the system of ob-jectives are also subject to uncertainties, which influence the product, ...

Methodology for the analysis and self-reflection of design students about their competences

Martínez-Villagrasa, Beatriz (1); Esparza, Danae (2); Llacer, Toni (2); Cortiñas, Sergi (1) // 2020
Both the design processes and the role that designer plays in society are in a constant process of transformation (Kirah, 2017; Ringvold & Digranes, 2017). Designers intervene in increasingly complex ...

MODEL-BASED PRODUCT CONFIGURATION OF HIGH VARIETY PRODUCT PORTFOLIOS

Wyrwich, C., Jacobs, G., Siebrecht, J. and Konrad, C. // 2020

Modelling and designing of the system properties based on characteristics and the degree of maturity on the example of a high pressure storage system

Duschek, Daniel; Michael Vielhaber, Michael // 2020
The product development process (PDP) in the automotive industry, from design to series production, is a complex process. Increasing customer requirements and growing competition lead to a shortening ...

MODULARITY, ROBUSTNESS, AND CHANGE PROPAGATION: A MULTIFACETED RELATION

Piccolo, S. A., Lehmann, S. and Maier, A. M. // 2020

Multi-Objective Topology Optimization of Heat Conduction and Linear Elastostatic using Weighted Global Criteria Method

Denk, Martin; Rother, Klemens; Paetzold, Kristin; // 2020
Multi-Objective Topology Optimization is a tool for finding low-weight solutions using a discretized geometry of several objective functions. In this contribution, the coupling of heat conduction and ...

NECESSITY OF KEY STAKEHOLDER-BASED ROLE-PLAYS FOR NPD PROJECTS -- A CASE STUDY FOR A PROJECT TEAM OF NON-INDUSTRIAL ROBOTICS IN JAPAN

Yu, Xiang; Gao, Jia-Wei; Washida, Yuichi // 2020
Companies have been increasingly opting to utilize project teams to contend with highly turbulent and dynamic conditions while under current uncertainty markets, stakeholders have tremendous ...

NEUROPHYSIOLOGICAL EVIDENCE IN IDEA GENERATION: DIFFERENCES BETWEEN DESIGNERS AND ENGINEERS

Colombo, S., Mazza, A., Montagna, F., Ricci, R., Dal Monte, O. and Cantamessa, M. // 2020

NEW DESIGN HEURISTICS IN THE DIGITAL ERA

Jin, X. and Dong, H. // 2020

NEW FOUNDATIONS: CRAFT, DESIGN, EDUCATION AND VR IN THE 21ST CENTURY

Evans, Pete (1); Söderlund, Carina (2) // 2020
Professional domain and knowledge silos are being rapidly deconstructed by evolving technologies such as telepresence and artificial intelligence (Susskind, 2016). The implications are dramatic: Will ...

NEW INSIGHTS ON INDUSTRY DEVELOPMENT PROCESSES THROUGH ENGINEERING DESIGN STUDENTS’ ANALYSIS

Nutzmann, Marc (1); Voß, Markus (2); Sauer, Thorsten (1); Bozkurt, Hulusi (2); BÖHNLEIN, Tobias (1) // 2020
At the DHBW Cooperative State University engineering design students are encountered with a course on systematic approaches and processes (e.g. time to market process, integrated engineering ...

Normative Design for Society and Anticipatory Technology Development: A Double Challenge for Design Research

Vermaas, Pieter; Stone, Taylor // 2020
In this paper we consider designing for societal goals and analyze it in the broader context of guiding technology development towards socially desirable directions. We argue that design research can ...

Nutzwertsteigerung exoskelettaler Systeme durch die Integration eines aktiven Elementes in bestehende Rückenstrukturen

Klabunde, Jonas; Schubert, Tim; Weidner, Robert; // 2020
The use of exoskeletal systems has become an important approach to facilitate manual tasks e.g. in manufacturing industry. Depending on the addressed areas of application and activities, these ...

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 ...

ON PROTOTYPING METHODS TO LEVERAGE NON-RIGID MATERIALS IN THE EARLY STAGES OF ENGINEERING DESIGN

Auflem, M., Boe, H. H., Erichsen, J. F. and Steinert, M. // 2020

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