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Optimization of Injection Law at Modern Diesel Fuel Supply Systems
Filipovic, I.; Pikula, B. // 2002
The most important element that contributes better atomization of air-fuel mixture, as well as better performing of combustion processes, is an introduction of direct injection of fuel under high ...
Optimum Design of a Formula One Rear Wing Using a Genetic Algorithm
Muzzupappa, M.; Pagnotta, L. // 2002
In the present paper, the possibility of optimizing the stiffness of a F1 lower-rear wing, in a shape which satisfies the aerodynamic requirements, by making use of a genetic algorithm was ...
Overview of the Initiatives on the Development of Designer's Toolkits
Vroom, R. W.; van Haarlem, L. F.; Ootes, F. P. A. // 2002
We investigated the initiatives on the development of designer’s toolkits by a literature search. To categorize the tools for the different design phases we use a design model. Also an historical ...
Part Based Product Upgrade
Žavbi, R. // 2002
A procedure for part based product upgrade is proposed. Part based product upgrade means product improvement as a result of improvements of its parts (i.e. changes in the values of part ...
Participative Laboratories for the Co-Production of Public Space: Redefinition of Social Meaning
Michialino, P.; Cowdroy, R. // 2002
This paper provides an outline of a study of the development of new strategies for an integrated process for the design of public space using participative laboratories. The laboratories involved ...
Patentanalyse zur systematischen Gewinnung von Lösungsprinzipien und Gestaltungsrichtlinien
Breidert, J.; Welp, E. G. // 2002
Patterns of Design and Development in Adaptive Design: How Do We Match Design Method to Design Circumstance?
McMahon, C. A.; Draper, C. // 2002
Perspectives on Similarity in Design
Eckert, C. M.; Earl, C. F. // 2002
New designs are examined in the context of existing designs. General features of similarity are outlined. Similarities are distinguished according to both the type of design activity and the type ...
Physual Designing - Approaching Design through the Interaction Space
Kristensen, K.; Hildre, H. P.; Sivertsen, O. I.; Fyhn, H.; Storler, K. // 2002
Engineering designers utilize and depend on both their physical surroundings and different technology-based generic and engineering-specific tools, in order to be effective. Hence, they “orchestrate” ...
Planning Manufacturing Variants of Rotational Parts with CNC Turning-Burnishing Technologies
Przybylski, W.; Siemiatkowski, M. // 2002
Potentialites of Application of the Emerging Systems Engineering Standard AP233
Düsing, C. // 2002
Nowadays „systems engineering“ is a discipline which is mainly employed in the domains of aerospace and aeronautics. Nevertheless, this discipline is also applicable to other domains. One of the ...
Prediction of 3-D Crack Growth in Thin Rim-Gears
Kramberger, J.; Potrc, I.; Flašker, J. // 2002
Thin-rim gears with an initial crack in the tooth root, caused by various reasons, are dealt with in this paper. By standard procedures, it is impossible to gain a very good insight into the ...
Problems of Engineering Design of the Modular Plasticizing System of Co-Rotating Twin-Screw Extruders
Stasiek, J. // 2002
Product Architecture and the Propagation of Engineernig Change
Jarratt, T.; Eckert, C.; Clarkson, P. J.; Schwankl, L. // 2002
The majority of design activities involve adapting a known solution to meet new requirements. Therefore understanding the issue of engineering changes is of vital importance if companies are to ...
Product Development On The Fast Track
Burchardt, C.; Göttsch, N. // 2002
Product lifecycle management (PLM) focuses on the efficient utilization of existing know-how and resources. The challenges faced by car manufacturers are by no means new: They need to introduce ...
Product Development Processes Ontology
Mabogunje, A.; Hansen, P. K.; Eris, Ö.; Leifer, L. // 2002
Numerous empirical studies of various product development processes are initiated each year. Most of these rely on vocabularies that have merged partly within their local research community. Though ...
Product development: a postgraduate approach
Medland, A.J. // 2002
he programme should be truly a pan-European with students participating in global projects through exchanges and remote working techniques, with final assessment through the presentation of ...
Product Improvements through a Cooperative Design Approach Between Industry and Academia
Medland, A.J.; Mullineux, G. // 2002
Product Life Cycle: The Ultimate Aim in Product Development
Hundal, M. // 2002
Product Modelling in Early Phases of the Design Process
Korpela, T. // 2002
Product modelling help the designer to communicate about the design problem with his/her colleagues. Models help also the designer to understand entirely the problem to be solved. Aims of the ...
Produkt und Prozesse aus der Sicht der Modellbildung und Simulation
Schweiger, W.; Paetzold, K.; Shi, B. // 2002
Prozessoptimierung in der Produktentwicklung mit Methoden der Künstlichen Intelligenz
Schabacker, M.; Rick, T.; Bercsey, T.; Vajna, S. // 2002
Quality Improvement in the Design of Mechanical Systems
Fargnoli, M.; Pighini, U. // 2002
Quality in product development moved gradually from the end of a product’s development process to its beginning, thus involving quickly and totally all its phases and pointed out the great liability ...
Radical Innovation and Design Research
Eloranta, K. T.; Riitahuhta, A.; Karvinen, M. // 2002
This paper contains a general description of our Radical Innovation Initiative for Tampere University of Technology (TUT) called Project RID. It is a programme for the development of innovation ...
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- design community
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- +design +community
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- +design community
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- +design -community
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- +design ~community
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- +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”
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.