‘What-if’ design: a synthesis method in the design process
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|Abstract:||In integrating functions, information and control in the design and engineering cycle, the information content acts as a facilitator, whereas the processes involved actually effectuate the results of the development cycle. As combining processes in an effective and efficient manner becomes increasingly feasible, a more dynamic coherence between the processes involved is implied, calling for different control principles, whilst maintaining -and possibly increasing-flexibility.
This increases the competency in understanding and utilising consequences of design decisions. Based on this, a ‘what-if design support system can help in performing routine tasks and aiding designers and engineers in understanding more complex challenges.
|Additional information:||54th CIRP General Assembly, Krakow, Poland, August 22-28, 2004|
|Copyright:||© 2004 Elsevier|
Engineering Technology (CTW)
|Link to this item:||http://purl.utwente.nl/publications/73044|
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