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FAULT-TOLERANT DESIGN OF A GEAR SHIFTING SYSTEM FOR AUTONOMOUS DRIVING

Stetter, R., Göser, R., Gresser, S., Witczak, M. and Till, M. // 2020

FROM BAUHAUS TO DESIGN THINKING AND BEYOND: A COMPARISON OF TWO DESIGN EDUCATIONAL SCHOOLS

Thoring, K., Mueller, R. M., Giegler, S. and Badke-Schaub, P. // 2020

FUNDING DESIGN AND INNOVATION FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN AFRICA: A REVIEW OF SOURCES

Mitropoulos, S.-A., Sicko, A., Frilingos, S., Aroh, N. and Papalambros, P. Y. // 2020

Fungal Future: A review of mycelium biocomposites as an ecological alternative insulation material

Robertson, Owen; H // 2020
Mycelium biocomposties (MBs) are emerging as viable green alternative to hydrocarbon based insulation materials; with comparable thermal, sound and fire safety characteristics. These new materials ...

Future-oriented product engineering through environment scenarios by using the example of future forms of mobility in urban living spaces

Marthaler, Florian; Stehle, Simon; Siebe, Andreas; Albers, Albert // 2020
The future of mobility is a topic which is characterized by uncertainty regarding the future development. In order to develop relevant product characteristics for the mobility of the future from ...

General Approach to support Modelling of Data and Information Flows in Product Development

Mehlstäubl, Jan; Atzberger, Alexander; Paetzold, Kristin // 2020
The efficient coordination of data and information is an important leaver for shorter development times and greater competitiveness. In this paper, a methodical approach for detailed and ...

HEALTHCARE SYSTEMS DESIGN: A SANDBOX OF CURRENT RESEARCH THEMES PRESENTED AT AN INTERNATIONAL MEETING

Ciccone, N., Patou, F., Komashie, A., Lame, G., Clarkson, P. J. and Maier, A. M. // 2020

HOW A BETTER REPRESENTATION OF CONTRACTUAL RELATIONS CAN HELP TO DESIGN BETTER CONTRACTS

Bolifraud, S., Cryonnet, J.-C. and Stal-Le Cardinal, J. // 2020

HOW TO BEST FRAME A DESIGN BRIEF TO MAXIMIZE NOVELTY AND USEFULNESS IN IDEA GENERATION

Koronis, G., Silva, A., Kang, J. K. S. and Yogiaman, C. // 2020

How We (Sometimes Do Not) Evaluate Design Support: A Review of How Design Support Is Evaluated in Practice

Hansen, Camilla Arndt; Özkil, Ali Gürcan // 2020
Design support can benefit practitioners, but it must be evaluated to increase the likelihood of adoption in industry. This study investigated how design support was evaluated in the papers presented ...

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