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Introduction to needs analysis for increasing first year engineering students’ ability in conceptual design
(School of Engineering, Deakin University, Victoria, Australia, 2015-12-06)
PURPOSE This study examines the influence of presenting a structured set of user-centred-design resources, in addition to taught content and presented by student mentors, on creating unique concepts for a EWB project. The ...
Building capability to teach humanitarian engineering: A reflection
(Southern Cross University, 2016-12-07)
Massey University has been running the first year engineering design project Engineers Without Borders (EWB) Design Challenge for five years. In this time a number of faculty and curriculum changes have been made to ensure ...
Fast accurate multi-key weight measurement
(Australian Mathematical Society, 2018-05-27)
We consider an industrial problem brought to the Mathematics in Industry New Zealand study group in 2016, where items pass briefly over load cells resulting in a noisy oscillatory signal, from which the mass of the item ...
The wardrobe hack and uncatwalk digital platforms of action and services for positive engagement with clothing
(Textile and Design Lab and Colab at Auckland University of Technology, 2015-02-01)
"The choices we make about what we wear are influenced by life present, lives past and our ideas about our future selves. Expressions of values ... build a rationale for dress that transcend narrow commercial views about ...
Supply curves for yields of dairy products from first-lactation Holstein Friesian, Jersey and Holstein Friesian-Jersey crossbred cows accounting for seasonality of milk composition and production
(New Zealand Society of Animal Production (INC), 2016)
The economic efficiency of a milk-processing system is influenced by seasonality of the milk supply, and changes to milk composition, influences the product potential of that milk. Lactation curves for milk yield and ...
Patronage, photography and politics: The influence of Archduchess Isabella on design transformation of an aesthetic
(University of Nebraska Lincoln, 2012)
Aristocratic woman played an important role disseminating design, notably, Archduchess Isabella in the Austro-Hungarian Empire. Her influence on aesthetics and production of peasant inspired design was considerable at the ...