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Comparison of Design Automation and Machine Learning algorithms for creation of easily modifiable splines

Gustafsson, Erik Anton; Persson, Johan Alexander; Ölvander, Johan Rolf // 2020
To enable easy modification and fine tuning of optimization results in a CAD tool by an engineer a flexible representation of the geometry is needed. Two methods based on machine learning and design ...

Comparison of three different heuristics for laser heat treatment pattern design

Nordin, Axel // 2020
Heat treatment of sheet steel is commonly performed in the automotive industry to save weight. However, current methods come with drawbacks such as energy usage and expensive tooling. This paper ...

COMPETENCES FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF ECODESIGN PRODUCTS

Kattwinkel, D. and Bender, B. // 2020

COMPETENCY-BASED EVALUATION FOR CREATIVE AND EXPERIMENTAL IMMERSION CHALLENGE

Vázquez Esquivel, Rubén; Acuña López, Alejandro; Ramirez, Fermín; Álvarez Tostado, Marisol; Zarate, Sofía // 2020
“Suffocating” was the name given to the transmedia interactive installation, product of the challenge that 28 students achieved in five weeks as part of the Immersion and Creative Experimentation ...

COMPUTATIONAL CONCEPTUAL DISTANCES IN COMBINATIONAL CREATIVITY

Han, J., Hua, M., Park, D., Wang, P. and Childs, P. R. N. // 2020

CONCEPT COMPARISON: A FUNCTION INTEGRITY INDICATOR

Wichmann, R. L., Eisenbart, B., Gericke, K. and Lux, B. // 2020

CONCEPTION OF A DIGITAL TWIN IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING – A CASE STUDY IN TECHNICAL PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT

Schweigert-Recksiek, S., Trauer, J., Engel, C., Spreitzer, K. and Zimmermann, M. // 2020

CONCEPTUAL DESIGN FOR ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING: AN EXPLORATIVE STUDY

Valjak, F., Bojčetić, N., Nordin, A. and Godec, D. // 2020

Conceptual model of modularisation

Pakkanen, Jarkko; Juuti, Tero; Lehtonen, Timo; Peltonen, Jari; Laine, Rami // 2020
It is difficult to produce and manage information for which there is no conceptual model and supporting tools. The results of the paper illustrate what design information concepts are specific for a ...

COST OPTIMIZATION OF PRODUCT FAMILIES USING SOLUTION SPACES

Rötzer, S., Thoma, D. and Zimmermann, M. // 2020

CREATIVITY AND INNOVATION FOR CHILDREN: PRESENTATION AND FIRST EXPERIMENT OF NEW (SERIOUS) GAME

LIBE, Clara; GRENOUILLAT, Alexandre; LAGOUTTE, Jean; JEAN, Camille; MARANZANA, Nicolas // 2020
Serious games are not only games for an entertaining purpose, they are also designed to teach concepts in a playful way. These games are more and more popular in the family, school and work ...

CREATIVITY ASSESSMENT VIA NOVELTY AND USEFULNESS (CANU) – APPROACH TO AN EASY TO USE OBJECTIVE TEST TOOL  

Prasch, Lorenz; Maruhn, Philipp; Brünn, Marcel; Bengler, Klaus  // 2020
Creativity, or the ability to generate new and useful ideas or products, is considered a key factor in modern society. The role it plays in the workplace and day-to-day activities is on the rise and ...

Cross-Industry Sectoral Study:Interactions and Challenges of Requirements Engineering in the Early Phase of Product Development

Fahl, Joshua; Hirschter, Tobias; Maier, Hansj // 2020
The cross-industry sectoral study aims to gain a deeper understanding of the challenges of requirements engineering and the individual use of existing knowledge in early development phases. For this ...

Cultivating Responsible Design with the Product Impact Tool

Eggink, Wouter // 2020
Industrial Design Engineers have social responsibility by the very nature of their activities; bringing new products and services into the world of the user. Recently there is also raising interest ...

CURRENT CHALLENGES AND SOLUTION APPROACHES IN EMPIRICAL ENGINEERING DESIGN RESEARCH – A WORKSHOP FOR EMPIRICAL RESEARCH

Üreten, S., Eisenmann, M., Nelius, T., Garrelts, E., Krause, D. and Matthiesen, S. // 2020

CUSTOMER SPECIFIC COMPATIBILITY MATRICES FOR FUNCTIONAL INTEGRAL PRODUCT ARCHITECTURES

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

Darstellung des Zusammenhangs von Produktarchitektur- und Produktionssystemgestaltung in SysML

Schwede, Lea-Nadine; Winter, Michael; Lödding, Hermann; Krause, Dieter; // 2020
The product standardization favors the design of production systems in terms of automation. This is contrary to the strategy of product differentiation, which serves external market variety. The goal ...

Data-driven design

Smits, Aletta; Van Turnhout, Koen; Hekman, Erik; Nguyen, Dennis // 2020
The datafication of society has an undeniable impact on many design professions. More and more designers are asked to research, imagine and prototype systems and services in which data and machine ...

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