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Adoption of modular design by makers and prosumers. A survey

Asión-Suñer, L., & López-Forniés, I. // 2021

An adapted method for design process capturing to meet the challenges of digital product development

Gerschütz, B., Spießl, B., Benjamin, S., & Wartzack, S. // 2021


Knutsen, Fredrik Hope // 2021
The product design field is commonly known for focusing on solving the users' needs. However, behavioural design can contribute with a different approach in design education, where the aim is to ...

An immersive virtual environment for reviewing model-centric designs

Romero, V., Pinquié, R., & Noël, F. // 2021

Analysis of functional reference architecture through an industry lens

Mactaggart, I., Eckert, C., & Lockett, H. // 2021

Ansatz eines holistischen Datenstamms zur modellbasierten, domänenübergreifenden Nutzung in der Produktentstehung

Markus C. Berschik, Fabian Laukotka, Dieter Krause // 2021
The current rise of interdisciplinarity in product creation leads to data sets that are characterised by different point of views which often come with inconsistencies. Furthermore, there is a trend ...

Ansatz zur belastungsgerechten Auslegung additiv gefertigter Meso-Strukturen in Bauteilen

Fiona Schulte, Eckhard Kirchner // 2021
Additive manufacturing enables the production of defined cellular and lattice structures. These additively manufactured meso structures offer various potentials like lightweight design or defined ...


Sandvik, Tor // 2021
The actions executed in the name of sustainable development, by corporations capable of changing society, have similar goals but sometimes conflicting motivations. This paper aims to define the ...

Application of the re-cycling method to support design for and from end-of-life

Martínez Leal, J., Pompidou, S., Charbuillet, C., & Perry, N. // 2021


De La O Campos, José Rodrigo (1); Güemes, David (2) // 2021
Human-Centered Design research relies on research activities such as daily studies, cultural probes, or deep-dive interviews in order to obtain insights about the people it is studying through an ...

Approach for the automated and data-based design of mechanical joints

Zirngibl, C., Schleich, B., & Wartzack, S. // 2021

Architecture of the Digital Twin in Product Validation for the Application in Virtual-Physical Testing to Investigate System Reliability

Felix Leitenberger, Thomas Gwosch, Sven Matthiesen // 2021
The digital twin offers new possibilities for product validation in the application of virtual-physical testing. A more concrete description of the digital twin in product validation is missing and ...

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