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A review of the fundamentals of the systematic engineering design process models

Motte, Damien LU (2008) 10th International Design Conference - DESIGN'08 In Proceedings of the 10th International Design Conference - DESIGN'08 DS 48-1. p.199-210
Abstract
In this paper it is shown that the central features of systematic engineering design process models: a step-by-step concretisation of the product with a systematic variation of subsolutions and recombination are not absolutely necessary. Current models are neither generic nor ideal. Instead of using product characteristics as a basis for design process models, the focus should be on the concrete goals of product development in industry. As these goals are manifold, the design process needs to be flexible, giving the engineering designer more freedom . Finally it is recommended to separate the feasibility study (term to be preferred to conceptual design) from more routine-like product development.
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systematic engineering design process model, machine design, maskinkonstruktion
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Proceedings of the 10th International Design Conference - DESIGN'08
editor
Marjanović, Dorian; Štorga, Mario; Pavković, Neven; Bojčetić, Nenad; ; ; and
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DS 48-1
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12 pages
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University of Zagreb and Design Society
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10th International Design Conference - DESIGN'08
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978-953-6313-89-1
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English
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  abstract     = {In this paper it is shown that the central features of systematic engineering design process models: a step-by-step concretisation of the product with a systematic variation of subsolutions and recombination are not absolutely necessary. Current models are neither generic nor ideal. Instead of using product characteristics as a basis for design process models, the focus should be on the concrete goals of product development in industry. As these goals are manifold, the design process needs to be flexible, giving the engineering designer more freedom . Finally it is recommended to separate the feasibility study (term to be preferred to conceptual design) from more routine-like product development.},
  author       = {Motte, Damien},
  booktitle    = {Proceedings of the 10th International Design Conference - DESIGN'08},
  editor       = {Marjanović, Dorian and Štorga, Mario and Pavković, Neven and Bojčetić, Nenad},
  isbn         = {978-953-6313-89-1},
  keyword      = {systematic engineering design process model,machine design,maskinkonstruktion},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {199--210},
  publisher    = {University of Zagreb and Design Society},
  title        = {A review of the fundamentals of the systematic engineering design process models},
  volume       = {DS 48-1},
  year         = {2008},
}