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Improvning the design process by integrating design analysis

Eriksson, Martin LU and Burman, Åke LU (2005) 15th International Conference on Engineering Design, 2005 In [Host publication title missing] DS 35.
Abstract
A common denominator in most design literature is the goal of improving methods and

techniques for the design process, thus contributing to increased efficiency of the design

activities. It is a striking fact that the majority of the improvements suggested focus solely on

qualitative methods and techniques, thereby neglecting to recognize the improvement

potential inherent in quantitative methods and techniques. At the Division of Machine Design

at Lund University, a number of research projects have been carried out with the objective of

introducing computer based design analysis early in the design process – see e.g. Bjärnemo et

al. [4] and Eriksson [1]. In the paper presented... (More)
A common denominator in most design literature is the goal of improving methods and

techniques for the design process, thus contributing to increased efficiency of the design

activities. It is a striking fact that the majority of the improvements suggested focus solely on

qualitative methods and techniques, thereby neglecting to recognize the improvement

potential inherent in quantitative methods and techniques. At the Division of Machine Design

at Lund University, a number of research projects have been carried out with the objective of

introducing computer based design analysis early in the design process – see e.g. Bjärnemo et

al. [4] and Eriksson [1]. In the paper presented here, a case in terms of a “one-off” product

will be elaborated on in some detail to demonstrate the benefits of employing design analysis

throughout the design process.



The overall objective is to provide an insight into the necessity of computer based,

quantitative methods and techniques throughout the design process, contributing to the

establishment of a balanced product design process. A one-off design from the semiconductor

industry will exemplify, and prove, that the design process will be improved by the

integration of design analysis. (Less)
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Design analysis, One-off design, Design process
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Samuel, Andrew; Lewis, William; and
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DS 35
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15 pages
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The Design Society
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15th International Conference on Engineering Design, 2005
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0858257882
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English
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  abstract     = {A common denominator in most design literature is the goal of improving methods and<br/><br>
techniques for the design process, thus contributing to increased efficiency of the design<br/><br>
activities. It is a striking fact that the majority of the improvements suggested focus solely on<br/><br>
qualitative methods and techniques, thereby neglecting to recognize the improvement<br/><br>
potential inherent in quantitative methods and techniques. At the Division of Machine Design<br/><br>
at Lund University, a number of research projects have been carried out with the objective of<br/><br>
introducing computer based design analysis early in the design process – see e.g. Bjärnemo et<br/><br>
al. [4] and Eriksson [1]. In the paper presented here, a case in terms of a “one-off” product<br/><br>
will be elaborated on in some detail to demonstrate the benefits of employing design analysis<br/><br>
throughout the design process.<br/><br>
<br/><br>
The overall objective is to provide an insight into the necessity of computer based,<br/><br>
quantitative methods and techniques throughout the design process, contributing to the<br/><br>
establishment of a balanced product design process. A one-off design from the semiconductor<br/><br>
industry will exemplify, and prove, that the design process will be improved by the<br/><br>
integration of design analysis.},
  author       = {Eriksson, Martin and Burman, Åke},
  booktitle    = {[Host publication title missing]},
  editor       = {Samuel, Andrew and Lewis, William},
  isbn         = {0858257882},
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  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {15},
  publisher    = {The Design Society},
  title        = {Improvning the design process by integrating design analysis},
  volume       = {DS 35},
  year         = {2005},
}