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Motte, Damien; Andersson, Per-Erik; Bjärnemo, Robert (2004)
Publisher: Canadian Design Engineering Network (CDEN)
Languages: English
Types: 0038
Subjects: conceptual design, maskinkonstruktion, detail design, Produktionsteknik, arbetsvetenskap och ergonomi, design process, embodiment design, machine design, problem solving, Production Engineering, Human Work Science and Ergonomics
Many specific and precise methods that support the mechanical engineering designer's work during the conceptual design phase exist, while only a few general methods address the embodiment design and detail design phases. Our study presents the pattern of the designer's problem-solving activity during the later phases of the design process. This model is in-tended to serve as a basis for further development of tools and methods directly oriented towards the de-signer at work in these stages of the design process. The descriptive model presented here is developed through observations of six designers at work in con-trolled experiments, and follows a previous study published elsewhere.
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