Formal Engineering Design Synthesis

Author by : Erik K. Antonsson
Language : en
Publisher by : Cambridge University Press
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Description : The development of a new design is often thought of as a fundamentally human, creative act. However, emerging research has demonstrated that aspects of design synthesis can be formalized. First steps in this direction were taken in the early 1960s when systematic techniques were introduced to guide engineers in producing high-quality designs. By the mid-1980s these methods had evolved from their informal (guideline-like) origins to more formal (computable) methods. In recent years, highly automated design synthesis techniques have emerged. This intriguing book reviews formal design synthesis methods. It also provides an in-depth exploration of several representative projects in formal design synthesis and examines future directions in computational design synthesis research. Written by internationally renowned experts in engineering and architectural design, it covers essential topics in engineering design, and will appeal to designers, researchers and engineering graduate students.


Engineering Design Synthesis

Author by : Amaresh Chakrabarti
Language : en
Publisher by : Springer Science & Business Media
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Description : This book brings together some of the most influential pieces of research undertaken around the world in design synthesis. It is the first comprehensive work of this kind and covers all three aspects of research in design synthesis: - understanding what constitutes and influences synthesis; - the major approaches to synthesis; - the diverse range of tools that are created to support this crucial design task. With its range of tools and methods covered, it is an ideal introduction to design synthesis for those intending to research in this area as well as being a valuable source of ideas for educators and practitioners of engineering design.


Engineering Design

Author by : Clive L. Dym
Language : en
Publisher by : Cambridge University Press
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Description : This book aims to clarify the role of representation in design, and within this context it provides an operational definition of design.


Engineering Design

Author by : Gerhard Pahl
Language : en
Publisher by : Springer Science & Business Media
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Description : This proven and internationally recognized text teaches the methods of engineering design as a condition of successful product development. It breaks down the design process into phases and then into distinct steps, each with its own working methods. The book provides more examples of product development; it also tightens the scientific bases of its design ideas with new solution fields in composite components, building methods, mechatronics and adaptronics. The economics of design and development are covered and electronic design process technology integrated into its methods. The book is sharply written and well-illustrated.


Collaborative Product And Service Life Cycle Management For A Sustainable World

Author by : Richard Curran
Language : en
Publisher by : Springer Science & Business Media
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Description : “Collaborative Product and Service Life Cycle Management for a Sustainable World” gathers together papers from the 15th ISPE International Conference on Concurrent Engineering (CE2008), to stimulate the new thinking that is so crucial to our sustained productivity enhancement and quality of life. It is already evident in this new century that the desire for sustainable development is increasingly driving the market to reach for new and innovative solutions that more effectively utilize the resources we have inherited from previous generations; with the obvious responsibility to future generations. Human productivity and progress can be positively engineered and managed in harmony with the provision and needs of our natural environment. One century on from the industrial revolution, this is now the time of the sustainable revolution; requiring holistic technological, process and people integrated solutions to sustained socio-economic enhancement.


Environment And Planning

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Language : en
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Design Computing And Cognition 06

Author by : Asko Riitahuhta
Language : en
Publisher by : Springer Science & Business Media
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Description : This is the second volume of the new conference series Design Computing and Cognition (DCC), successor to the successful series Artificial Intelligence in Design (AID). The conference theme of design computing and cognition recognizes not only the essential relationship between human cognitive processes as models of computation but also how models of computation inspire conceptual realizations of human cognition.