Computer-Based Design: Engineering Design Conference 2002

Computer-Based Design: Engineering Design Conference 2002

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A collection of papers from a conference held at Kings College, London. Computer-based Design focuses on all areas of design using computational methods and examines how all these individual tools can be integrated to produce a coherent design process. This volume also covers areas of manual design methods and modelling that are vital to the continuing development and evolution of the computer-aided design process. Computer-based Design provides an excellent opportunity for an update on the latest techniques and developments from concept to advanced application in the design arena. TOPICS COVERED INCLUDE - Product design and modelling - Design process - Decision-making models - Computer-assisted design systems - Computer-assisted conceptual design - Computer-assisted detailed design - Computer assisted design for manufacture - Design knowledge manipulation - Engineering change - Engineering design issues - Fuzzy design - Computer-aided design - Industrial applications of design - Advanced design applications - Computational fluid dynamics

Contents

Part 1 Keynote papers: strategic design - leveraging and innovation for a changing marketplace, C.C. Seepersad et al; collaborative virtual prototyping environments - a big soup of new technologies?, I. Horvath; accelerating product innovation -engineering peer-to-peer communication service adoption studies and metrics, L. Leifer et al; visual design steering (VDS) as a new paradigm for engineering design, C.L. Bloembaum et al; trends and directions in higher education in the new millennium, M. Shahin; a study of complexity in engineering design, W.P. Lewis and J.G. Weir; designing the way forward - the systematic approach open to the industry, S. Sivaloganathan and M.V. Mendis; development of training simulators, G. Liang et al. Part 2 Product design and modelling: application of a knowledge-based intelligent system to the engineering product design process, M. An et al; product modelling in product definition phase of the design process, T. Korpela; inventions team for the earlier product design definition, J. Lloveras; new paradigms in product development, M. Sorli and J.A. Gutierrez. Part 3 Engineering design process: a statistical view of the design process, B. O'Donovan et al; a multi-level process-based investigation of distribution design, S.P. MacGregor et al; a proposal for quality metrics in the design process, J.D. Booker et al; operational design coordination - an agent-based approach, G. Coates et al. Part 4 Decision-making models: a decision-making model for engineering designers, S. Ahmed and C.T. Hansen; informing design with data mining methods, M.D. Giess et al; evaluation of the current state in a design schedule, A.F. Melo and P.J. Clarkson. Part 5 Computer-assisted design systems: a strategy for component integration in the design of mechanical products, F.-M. Chou and L. Lin; use of modelling frameworks in the design of complex engineering systems, J.A. Dalton et al; supporting engineering design process with compliance flow - an intelligent workflow management system, L.Y.C. Cheung and P.W.H. Chung; a methodology for model dependability assessment, E. Rajabally et al. Part 6 Computer-assisted conceptual design: understanding the range of user capabilities, P.J. Clarkson et al; specification developer -a software for writing specifications for pharmaceutical equipment, N. Calder and S. Sivaloganathan; form-generation system imitating the developments process of organism for obtaining diverse design solutions, M. Inoue and Y. Matsuoka; a model of synthesis based on functional reasoning, C.T. Hansen and R. Zavbi. Part 7 Computer-assisted detailed design: designinig the internal architecture of metals using a genetic algorithm, D. Basanta et al; validation of the finite element model of a machine tool structure using idealized models - a case study, I. Perera and S. Sivaloganathan; a Cpk-based toolkit for tolerance analysis and design, S.G. Shina and R.J. Campbell, Jr.; a graphical user interface for computer-aided robust con

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  • ISBN13: 9781860583728
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 780
  • ID: 9781860583728
  • weight: 1846
  • ISBN10: 1860583725

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