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DESIGN OF AN ACTIVE SEAT SUSPENSION FOR A PASSENGER VEHICLE

Hoić, M., Kranjčević, N., Herold, Z. and Kostelac, M. // 2020

DESIGN THINKING TO ENHANCE REQUIREMENTS ANALYSIS IN SYSTEMS ENGINEERING

Batista, J., Hassan, A. and Bonjour, E. // 2020

Design thinking: guidelines for organizations

Ishio, Pedro; Gaspar, Ricardo; Gon // 2020
The objective of this paper is to iterate proposed functional guidelines for the assertive practice of design thinking in organizational environments, and therefore to promote innovation. Three ...

DESIGN TOOL TO DEVELOP HIGHLY EFFICIENT OPTOMECHATRONIC SYSTEMS

Ley, P.-P., August, J. and Lachmayer, R. // 2020

DESIGN-FOR-COST-AND-ENVIRONMENT: ONTOLOGICAL ANALYSIS AND COMPARISON OF SERVICE REPRESENTATION APPROACHES

Villanueva, M., Yannou, B., Leroy, Y., Cluzel, F., Vautier, M. and Vaija, S. // 2020

Designing aesthetics for play(fulness)

Legaard, Jesper Falck // 2020
Whilst aesthetics in a general sense has often been a subject for research, there is less research on how aesthetics more specifically relates to play and playfulness in experiences. In this paper I ...

DESIGNING AN EXPERIMENT FOR EVALUATING SEATING POSITIONS IN PARALYMPIC ROWING

Eikevåg, S. W., Kvam, A., Bjølseth, M. K., Erichsen, J. F. and Steinert, M. // 2020

Designing Lightweight Structures under Consideration of Material and Structure Uncertainties on Different Levels of the Building Block Approach

Hartwich, Tobias S.; Völkl, Harald; Wartzack, Sandro; Krause, Dieter; // 2020
Lightweight design is an important aspect in the development of components to reduce material use and obtain energy-efficient structures. Frequently, lightweight structures are designed for one or a ...

DESIGNING PRODUCT METAPHOR TO PROMOTE SUSTAINABLE BEHAVIOUR: A PROPOSED METHOD

Huang, S., Carulli, M., Hekkert, P., Schifferstein, R. N. J. and Bordegoni, M. // 2020

Designing the Future – Sustainability, Digitisation and Employment Insecurity

Starling, Robert // 2020
Technology is changing the world. Automation threatens to make large numbers of people unemployable in the near future, digitisation alienates older generations and globalisation has connected the ...

Development of a Circularity Impact and Failure Analysis: Obsolescence and Recyclability Integration

Bertoni, Alessandro // 2020
The paper presents the first stage of the development of an approach named Circularity Impact and Failure Analysis (CIFA) aiming to become an integral part of a design for circularity strategy. The ...

DEVELOPMENT OF A NEW DESIGN METHODOLOGY FOR LARGE SIZE PRODUCTS BASED ON DSM AND DFMA

Mora, B., Retolaza, I., Campos, M. A., Remirez, A., Cabello, M. J. and Martinez, F. // 2020

DEVELOPMENT OF A POTENTIAL MODEL TO SUPPORT THE ASSESSMENT AND INTRODUCTION OF INDUSTRY 4.0 TECHNOLOGIES

Schneider, D., Huth, T., Vietor, T., Schumacher, P., Weckenborg, C. and Spengler, T. // 2020

DEVELOPMENT OF AN INTELLIGENT TUTORING SYSTEM FOR DESIGN EDUCATION

Hoppe, Lukas Valentin; Plappert, Stefan; Gembarski, Paul Christoph; Lachmayer, Roland // 2020
To develop problem-solving skills during engineering studies, students have to be given the opportunity to act independently and to apply their expertise in professional application situations with ...

Development of strategic guidelines for agile Parts Ma- turity Management of engine subsystems in the automotive industry during series ramp-up

Rapp, Simon; Heimicke, Jonas; Weber, Jonas; Albers, Albert // 2020
The increasing innovation pressure on German car manufacturers leads to a significantly higher model and variant diversity whereas model cycles and development times decrease. Subsequently, the ...

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