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Development of a design support tool for fluid power system design


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Hughes, E. J., Richards, T. G. and Tilley, D. G., 2001. Development of a design support tool for fluid power system design. Journal of Engineering Design, 12 (2), pp. 75-92.

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Abstract

Abstract: Development of bespoke design methodologies to make them recognizable to designers working in a specific engineering domain is a requirement to making them more acceptable. Application of domain-specific design methodologies by industry will promote the adoption of systematic design, bringing with it the inherent advantages of adopting a systematic approach. This paper examines the development of a domain-specific methodology for fluid power systems, a specialist design discipline within mechanical engineering, and describes the implementation of the methodology within a computerized design support tool. Key technical and methodological features of the design tool are described with specific reference to the knowledge capture and representation processes employed. As such, the need for design theory to be adapted to meet the needs of specific engineering domains within industry is demonstrated.

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Item Type Articles
CreatorsHughes, E. J., Richards, T. G. and Tilley, D. G.
DOI10.1080/09544820110041155
DepartmentsFaculty of Engineering & Design > Mechanical Engineering
RefereedYes
StatusPublished
ID Code2870

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