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Six Ingredients of Collaborative Virtual Design Environments

Horváth, I.; Vergeest, J. S. M.; Rusák, Z. // 2002
Collaborative virtual design environments (CVDEs) represent the fourth generation of CAD/E systems. These distributed design support systems are based on a still penetrating new paradigm. ...

The Application of Design Management Theory to a Real Design Projects

Hollins, B. // 2002
It is proposed that the theoretical models of design management have now moved from being too shallow to being too complex. As a result, they are not being used. Furthermore, they do not include an ...

The Creation of a Knowledge Sharing Culture for Effective Knowledge Management

Hallam, J.; Hodges, B.; Tabeshfar, K.; Velay, X. // 2002
This paper is based on research carried out as part of a workpackage concerned with change management in the 'Experts Enablers in the Machine Engineering Domain (XPERTS)' project. XPERTS ...

The Electronic Control Ignition and Fuel Injection System for Formula Student Racer Engine

Kegl, B.; Pehan, S. // 2002
In this paper some aspects of the Formula S project, team and racing car is briefly presented. Attention is focused on the air and fuel supply of engine. The intake manifold is planed from the ...

The Importance of Corporate Culture in Collaborative Product Design

Marxt, C. // 2002
Due to the increasing complexity of technologies and products, the search for new know-how as well as the shortening of development cycle times a lot of companies collaborate in (new) product design. ...

The Influences of Organisation on Leadership in the Design Process: Results of an Investigation in Five Industrial Companies

Lüdcke, R.; Birkhofer, H. // 2002
The concept of leadership is closely bonded with the concept of organization: one defines and influences the other. The consequences and situations in which these problems arise are shown in this ...

The Innovation-Styling Spectrum: Factors Constraining the Design Ambition of UK SMEs

Moultrie, J.; Fraser, P.; Clarkson, P. J. // 2002
This paper describes the development of a framework depicting a spectrum of approaches to managing industrial design. This framework is based on literature and case examples, and four representative ...

MODELING CONFIGURABLE PRODUCT FAMILIES

Tiihonen, Juha; Lehtonen, Timo; Soininen, Timo; Puikkinen, Antti; Sulonen, Reijo; Riitahuhta, Asko // 1998
This paper presents a method for managing and modelling a product family as a configurable product. The method enables efficient management of a large number of product variants. The modeling is ...

THE CHART OF MODULAR FUNCTION DEPLOYMENT

Nilsson, Per; Erixon, Gwmar // 1998
The deployment and use of a design method is dependent on the availability of the method. Easy available tools, largely increases its usefulness. Simplicity and clearness together with an easy ...

MODELLING PLANT PIPING PROJECT

Pulkkinen, Antti; Vainio-Mattila, Markus; Riitahuhta, Asko // 1997
Piping project is an uncertainty factor in power plant project. The current methods used in estimating costs in tendering phase are unreliable. The methods used for­modelling piping engineering are ...

OPTIMISATION OF THE PROCESS CHAIN BY SLECTING THE MOST SUITABLE CONSTRUCTION STRUCTURE AND DESIGN FOR PRODUCTION OF THE COMPONENTS

Wartzack, Sandro // 1997
Time reduction of the product development process, because of growing competitive pressure, has an increased importance today. This paper presents a strategy how to shorten the process chain by ...

PRODUCT STRUCTURING IN A NUMBER OF DUTCH COMPANIES

Tichem, Marcel // 1997
This contribution provides a summary of a number of talks with Dutch companies on product structuring. Some of the issues are: the close interrelationship between the design interpretation of product ...

RE-USE OF PRODUCT MODEL THROUGH LIFE-CYCLE STAGES

Ranta, Mervi; Mäntylä, Martti // 1997
This paper discusses the requirements on product model presentations that are suitable for reuse. The aim is to define promising directions for future research by recognizing how the characteristics ...

RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN CONFIGURATION MANAGEMENT AND PRODUCT STRUCTURES

Yu, Bei // 1997
In general, the process of managing configuration consistency is regarded as a set of problem¬solving methods which could work without • concerning product structures. Nonetheless, product ...

REQUIREMENTS OF COMPUTER-BASED MODELLING AND MANAGEMENT FOR PRODUCT KNOWLEDGE EVOLUTION SUPPORT

Zhang, Yan; Duffy, Alex; MacCallum, Ken // 1997
Product knowledge is the knowledge of products concerned with the nature of the products. Product knowledge can be classified into the current product knowledge, that is the knowledge of the product ...

THE ROLE OF INFORMATION STRUCTURES IN DESIGN AND ENGINEERING PROCESSES

Eric Lutters, A. H.; Streppel, Huub Kals // 1997
Manufacturing tasks and their mutual interactions can be described based on a reference model. A specific model, the Manufacturing Engineering Reference Model, is described here, and using the model ...

Product knowledge Modelling and Management

Zhang, Y.; MacCallum, K. J.; Duffy, A. H. B. // 1996

Boolean Searches

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  • design community
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  • +design +community
    Find rows that contain both words.
  • +design community
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  • +design -community
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  • +design ~community
    Find rows that contain the word “design”, but if the row also contains the word “community”, rate it lower than if row does not.
  • +design +(>community <decisions)
    Find rows that contain the words “design” and “community”, or “design” and “decisions” (in any order), but rank “design community” higher than “design decisions”
  • design*
    Find rows that contain words such as “design”, “designs”, “designing”, or “designer”.
  • "some words"
    Find rows that contain the exact phrase “some words” (for example, rows that contain “some words of wisdom” but not “some noise words”). Note that the " characters that enclose the phrase are operator characters that delimit the phrase. They are not the quotation marks that enclose the search string itself.

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