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A COMPUTATIONAL APPROACH FOR COMBINATIONAL CREATIVITY IN DESIGN  (Members only )

Chen, Liuqing; Wang, Pan; Shi, Feng; Han, Ji; Childs, Peter R. N. // 2018
Creativity is essential for innovative design. As an important topic in computational creativity research, how to model and generate creativity has sparked much interest. In this paper, combinational ...

A DESIGN PROCESS MANAGEMENT METHOD FOR PRODUCT-SERVICE SYSTEMS  (Members only )

Minato, Shogo; Idei, Yushun; Mitake, Yuya; Shimomura, Yoshiki // 2018
Product-Service Systems (PSS) has been regarded as an attractive business concept that create high added value by integrated provisions of products and services. Since both products and services are ...

A DIGITAL TWIN FOR ROOT CAUSE ANALYSIS AND PRODUCT QUALITY MONITORING  (Members only )

Detzner, Alexander; Eigner, Martin // 2018
Mass customization and increasing product complexity require new methods to ensure a continuously high product quality. In the case of product failures it has to be determined what distinguishes ...

A KNOWLEDGE-BASED AND MULTI-USER PLATFORM FOR PRESCRIBING CUSTOM-MADE INSOLES  (Members only )

Brunzini, Agnese; Mandolini, Marco; Germani, Michele; Nester, Christopher J.; Williams, Anita E. // 2018
This paper presents a knowledge-based method and relative multi-user web platform to prescribe Custom Made Insoles (CMI) involving the various stakeholders (patients/customers, practitioners, ...

A METAHEURISTIC FOR SOLUTION SPACE MODELLING  (Members only )

Poulain, Benjamin; Naumann, Thomas; Stal-Le Cardinal, Julie; Anderer, Janina // 2018
To confront current market changes, Set-Based Design (SBD) should help carmakers improve time, cost and quality in early design phase. In a development process using ever more computer experiments, ...

A METHOD FOR A DETAILED ANALYSIS OF VERIFICATION AND VALIDATION PROCESSES IN PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT  (Members only )

Schönwald, Julian; Fleskes, Julian; Forsteneichner, Christian; Paetzold, Kristin // 2018
In this paper a method is described to analyse data and information flows in product development processes. It combines two perspectives (BOTTOM UP and TOP DOWN) and three analysing methods (BPMN, ...

A METHOD FOR FUNCTION INTEGRITY DIAGNOSIS AND DOCUMENTATION: FIDD  (Members only )

Wichmann, Robert Lawrence; Gericke, Kilian; Eisenbart, Boris; Moser, Hubert // 2018
This paper introduces a method to perform systematic diagnosis of function integrity. The proposed method advances the Integrated Function Modelling framework to extend its application to risk ...

A METHODICAL APPROACH FOR THE TECHNOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT OF JOINING TECHNOLOGIES - OPTIMIZED DECISION-MAKING IN CAR BODY DEVELOPMENT  (Members only )

Choudry, Saphir Ahmad; Haass, Sarah; Alber, Uwe; Landgrebe, Dirk // 2018
Lightweight solution lead to a diversity of joining technologies in car body development. To date, the decision-making for joining technologies is based on the expertise of the developer; a ...

A NEW FRAMEWORK FOR CONSTRUCTION PROJECT DEFINITION STAGE  (Members only )

Pikas, Ergo; Oehmen, Josef; Koskela, Lauri; Thuesen, Christian // 2018
One major reason for the poor performance of construction project delivery is related to the 'ill'-performed project definition stage. The emphasis on rational decision-making and methods have ...

A NEW MODEL FOR CAPTURING DESIGN INFORMATION WITH AN AIM TO AID CHANGE PROPAGATION ASSESSMENT AND SUBSEQUENT REDESIGN  (Members only )

Brahma, Arindam; Wynn, David C. // 2018
A new model is developed to investigate the causes of change propagation and guide the redesign process. The model offers a micro-level perspective on the mechanisms through which changes propagate ...

A NORMATIVE APPROACH FOR IDENTIFYING DECISION PROPAGATION PATHS IN COMPLEX SYSTEMS  (Members only )

Hassannezhad, Mohammad; Clarkson, P. John // 2018
In real-world, making the right decision at the right time is very challenging. Additional complexity is related to the fact that, a change in one part may propagate across multiple subsystems and ...

A PRODUCT PLANNING FRAMEWORK FOR MASS-CUSTOMISATION IN CONSTRUCTION  (Members only )

Wee, Tanawan P. Y.; Aurisicchio, Marco // 2018
This paper provides a framework for modular product planning in construction. It integrates tools to support quality and flexibility in design. A case study was carried out on a chilled water modular ...

A PRODUCT SUCCESS SCALE FOR SUPPORTING RESEARCH IN ENGINEERING DESIGN  (Members only )

Maccioni, Lorenzo; Borgianni, Yuri // 2018
Although product design targets success, the achievement of success is rarely verified or insightfully explored because of difficulties in measuring this term. The present paper addresses design ...

A PROPOSITION OF A KNOWLEDGE ELICITATION METHODOLOGY FOR CRASH SIMULATION DIAGNOSIS SUPPORT SYSTEM  (Members only )

Rousselon Fatfouta, Naouress; Stal-Le Cardinal, Julie; Royer, Christine // 2018
Crash simulation analysis process is a complex task because of the enormous data to analyse and the integration of different disciplines. This paper is integrated within a research about developing a ...

A QUALITATIVE INVENTORY OF USER INTEGRATION METHODS AND THEIR USAGE IN PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT RESEARCH AND PRACTICE  (Members only )

Wallisch, Anne; Paetzold, Kristin // 2018
In the field of human-centred design, user experience (UX) is one of the key factors that make similar products differ in popularity among users. The more holistic one can depict UX, the more ...

A REVIEW OF MAKING IN THE CONTEXT OF DIGITAL FABRICATION TOOLS  (Members only )

Corsini, Lucia; Moultrie, James // 2018
The review considers the role of making in the context of digital fabrication tools. Digital fabrication is having significant impacts on design and is challenging traditional production paradigms. ...

A TOOL FOR IDEALISATION OF CAD MODELS  (Members only )

Burić, Mladen; Marjanović, Dorian // 2018
The idealisation of CAD models for FEA purpose is an iterative and time consuming process. In order to automate and speed it up, the present paper introduces a geometry simplification tool named CAD ...

A-POSTERIORI NOVELTY ASSESSMENTS FOR SEQUENTIAL DESIGN SESSIONS  (Members only )

Fiorineschi, Lorenzo; Frillici, Francesco Saverio; Rotini, Federico // 2018
Among the various novelty metrics available in literature, those developed by Shah and Vargas-Hernandez are frequently used for academic purposes. More precisely, their “a-posteriori” version is ...

ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING FROM A STRATEGIC SUSTAINABILITY PERSPECTIVE  (Members only )

Villamil, Carolina; Nylander, Johanna; Hallstedt, Sophie I.; Schulte, Jesko; Watz, Matilda // 2018
There are high expectations of additive manufacturing (AM) as a technology to improve manufacturing efficiency and reduce material waste. This study aims to clarify the sustainability advantages and ...

ADDRESSING TEAM BASED INNOVATION FOR SMALL FIRMS - CREATE, BUILD, TEST & LEARN  (Members only )

Lugnet, Johan; Wenngren, Johan; Ericson, Åsa // 2018
The Create-Build-Test-Learn supports toolbox for engineering concept development motivates not only experimentation, but also instils design thinking in teams. By offering tools and methods for ...

AESTHETIC INTERACTION CONSISTENCY: EXPLORING THE FOUNDATION FOR STATIC AND DYNAMIC AESTHETICS  (Members only )

Gonzalez, Itsaso; Val, Ester; Justel, Daniel; Iriarte, Ion; Lasa, Ganix // 2018
Aesthetics is a powerful means for creating consistency across a product range. During the design process consistency is subject to risk. The existing tools do not integrate static as well as dynamic ...

AESTHETIC PRODUCT INTERACTION: THE NECESSITY OF CONSISTENCY BETWEEN FUNCTION & EMOTION  (Members only )

Lee, Kwangyoung; Self, James Andrew; Hong, Hwajung // 2018
We investigate the application of aesthetic stimuli's influence on emotional response during product interaction; implications for novel yet acceptable product experiences. Adopting a ...

AGILE BEYOND SOFTWARE - A STUDY OF A LARGE SCALE AGILE INITIATIVE  (Members only )

Lindlöf, Ludvig; Furuhjelm, Jörgen // 2018
Central to the effectiveness of design teams is how the planning of the design work is organized and coordinated. This paper describes how Saab Aeronautics, a large Swedish developer of jet fighter ...

AGILE METHOD DEVELOPMENT: A LIVE-LAB CASE STUDY ON PRODUCT PROPERTIES FOR PROCESS PLANNING  (Members only )

Albers, Albert; Bursac, Nikola; Eckert, Claudia Margot; Walter, Benjamin; Wilmsen, Miriam; Heimicke, Jonas // 2018
Developing design methods can be described as a process similar to product development processes. Following agile approaches is worthwhile in order to identify relevant requirements of potential ...

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