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Learning Processes in Group Designing

Ertsen, M. W. // 2002
Engineering practice employs design teams. In an experiential learning process the separate learning cycles of team members are linked. Capable designers have to be trained at universities. The paper ...

Maintenance Awareness in Gear-Box Design

Ulaga, S.; Tašner, B.; Belšak, A.; Flašker, J. // 2002
Consideration of maintainability and reliability in the gearbox design process is explained and some examples are presented. Gearboxes are divided into three categories: maintenance-free, minor ...

Management of Different Types of Configuration Knowledge with the K- & V-Matrix and Wiki

Puls, Ch.; Bongulielmi, L.; Henseler, P.; Meier, M. // 2002
The K- & V-Matrix is a description language for configuration knowledge. Its focus is on small and medium sized enterprises. While easy-to-use, it allows the user to describe a significant part of ...

Managing Uncertainty in the Design and Development Process by Appropriate Methods Selection

López-Mesa, B.; Thompson, G.; Williander, M. // 2002
Potentially, the numerous design methods generated for decades have much to offer in the complex multi-objective product design activity. However, the number of methods used in industry is relatively ...

Mathematical Models for Determination of the Values of External Dynamic Inertia Moments of Driver's Hand while Operating a Vehicle

Dacic, S.; Filipovic, I.; Milcic, D. // 2002
This paper presents a mathematical model for determination of values of external dynamic moments of inertia of driver’s arm motions during driving, having been reduced onto the axes of a coordinate ...

MATLAB/Simulink Package as a Environment for Rail Vehicle Simulation Study

Chudzikiewicz, A. // 2002
The paper sets out to present considerations and some result from track/vehicle investigations area. The goal of the investigations was to build up a modular software tool for carrying out complex ...

Methodical Framework and Examplesof an Environmental Innovative Product Development

Rosemann, B.; Meerkamm, H. // 2002
Innovative products are the base capacity for industrial manufacturers and traders to compete in fast changing markets and are consequently the foundation of our social welfare. In opposition to ...

Microtext Design for Digital Printing Techniques

Svilicic, B.; Žiljak, J.; Žiljak, I.; Moric, M. // 2002
This work contains research results for different digital printing techniques. We are facing raising demand for printing smaller ammounts of individualised and protected prints (tickets, lottery ...

Model Generation and Application in Medical Domain

Krek, J.; Duhovnik, J. // 2002
3D model of real object can be generated using many different algorithms. The paper presents the method of creating the model with input images of real model, base model and expert knowledge. Input ...

Modelling and Simulation of Automated Production Line of Cement Tile

Mstowski, J.; Cyganiuk, J.; Slonski, E. // 2002

Modelling of Means in Conceptual Design

Wilhelms, S. // 2002
Functional decomposition is proposed as a central element of systematic design, and functions are fulfilled by principle solution elements (means, wirk principles). This paper is concerned with ...

Modelling the Relation Network in the Integrated Product and Design Process Model

Pavkovic, N.; Bojcetic, N.; Marjanovic, D. // 2002
The aim of this paper is to consider criteria for classifying the relations in engineering data structures. Some methods of modelling the network of relationships in the object-oriented environment ...

Modular Products and Product Modularity - Implications for the Management of Innovation and for New Product Development

Cantamessa, M.; Rafele, C. // 2002
"Modular products" have become a hot topic in industry, even though the concept of modularity being used is wider than the one traditionally used by the engineering design literature. The ...

Modularisation of Knowledge - a New Approach in the Field of Product Innovation

Birkhofer, H.; Berger, B.; Walter, S. // 2002
Contents of product development knowledge have to be available in a broad range and rank high in quality for teaching, learning and applicating. Individuality in presenting and high flexibility in ...

Modularity and Distributed Product Development

Hansen, P. K.; Gubi, E.; Hansen, B. G. // 2002
The paper describes the introduction of an architectural phase aiming at defining product modules at the Danish Company Bang & Olufsen. The result of the process has been a product with 10 ...

Multiple Environmental Benchmark Data Supporting Ecodesign in Both Industry and Academia

Boks, C.; Stevels, A. // 2002
For many years Philips Consumer Electronics and Delft University of Technology have cooperated to balance and bridge scientific theory and methodology development regarding sustainability issues with ...

New Generation Computer-Aided Design Tools: Two Related Research Projects Investigating the Future Expectations of Designers

Sener, B.; Vergeest, J. S. M.; Akar, E. // 2002
The aim of this paper is to add to the debate through the findings of two discrete ongoing research projects, carried out in the Netherlands and in England, following these common aims: to explore ...

New Surface Fitting Approach in Reverse Engineering of Sheet Metal Parts

Campana, F.; Gerbino, S.; Renno, F. // 2002
The paper is focused on surface reconstruction techniques, developed to enhance the capability of a measurement system set up for analysing sheet-metal parts.
It presents an alternative technique to ...

Numerical Analyses of Mixed Mode Crack Propagation Using Virtual Crack Extension Method

Zafošnik, B.; Ulbin, M.; Flašker, J. // 2002
Paper presents numerical simulation of crack propagation under mixed mode loading conditions. Widely used criteria for crack propagation angle include the strain energy release rate G, the maximum ...

Numerical Analysis of non Linear Thermosensible Viscoelastic Systems

Vetturi, D.; Magalini, A.; Ramorino, G. // 2002
In this paper will be present a numerical approach to the dynamic analysis of rubber-to-metal devices. These objects, which contain viscoelstic materials, work in extreme conditions by the point of ...

Numerical Approach for Fatigue Initiation Service Life of Mechanical Elements

Šraml, M.; Potrč, I.; Flašker, J. // 2002
The numerical model for analysing damage due to contact fatigue of mechanical elements is presented in this paper. Mechanical behaviour of various machine elements depends upon interacting influences ...

Numerical Computation of Stresses, Strains and Displacements in the Thin Plates in Plastic Range

Pustaic, D. // 2002
An incremental formulation of the basic equations of the finite element method is described in this paper. These basic equations are used in stress and strain analysis in structures in which plastic ...

Numerical Simulation of Micro-Pitting on Gears

Fajdiga, G.; Flašker, J.; Glodež, S. // 2002
A two-dimensional computational model for simulation of surface pitting of mechanical elements subjected to contact loading conditions is presented. In the model it is assumed the initial crack of ...

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