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Voiced

Virtual Organization for Innovative Conceptual Engineering Design (VOICED) is a [1] and possible components[2] to create a conceptual design.

The end goal is to turn VOICED into a tool that allows engineers to create conceptual designs based on archived designs and detect failures in those design through an open design repository (Tumer & Stone, n.d.). VOICED is a fairly new organization, being about 3–4 years old, however the concepts that underlie the organization have been under development for much longer.[3]

Universities

NSF Awards

Collaborative Research: VOICED - A Virtual Organization for Innovative Conceptual Engineering Design

  • 0742677 & 0742698

Software

  • Design Engineering Lab
    • Design Repository
  • FunctionCAD is an open source application used for the visual representation of functional models.
  • SKDB - "apt for hardware", see also open source hardware.

See also

References

  1. ^ R.B. Stone, I.Y. Tumer, and M.E. Stock, “Linking product functionality to historic failures to improve failure analysis in design,” Research in Engineering Design, vol. 16, 2005, pp. 96-108.
  2. ^ *R.B. Stone and K.L. Wood, “Development of a Functional Basis for Design,” Journal of Mechanical Design, vol. 122, Dec. 2000, pp. 359-370.
  3. ^ http://voiced.device.mst.edu

External links

  • http://www.p2pfoundation.net/VOICED
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