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European Journal of Engineering Education

1988 Volume 13, Number 2

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Number of articles: 6

  1. How to Teach Engineering and Industrial Design: a U.K. Experience

    D F. Sheldon

    Explored are the possibilities of teaching engineering through a project approach. Discussed are the introduction, clashing cultures of industrial and engineering design, skills required of a... More

    pp. 103-15

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  2. Developments in Teaching Engineering Design in a Scottish Central Institution

    D C. McWhannell

    Describes previous experience and proposals for engineering design courses in a mechanical engineering undergraduate program. Discusses the proposed future courses including content, curriculum... More

    pp. 117-32

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  3. Design in Industrial Design Engineering: Teaching Design at the School of IDE at the TU Delft

    Bernd B. Schierbeek

    Describes an industrial design course in the Netherlands. Includes a discussion of the school history, integration of various courses, implications from the experience, design process as decision... More

    pp. 167-75

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  4. Training Professionals in Industrial Design. Les Ateliers: a French Experience

    Anne Marie Boutin

    Describes a French industrial design school. Information includes student selection, curriculum, projects, partnership with industry, studios, research, and an example of a case study. (YP) More

    pp. 197-203

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  5. CAD-CAE in Electrical Machines and Drives Teaching

    R Belmans & W Geysen

    Describes the use of computer-aided design (CAD) techniques in teaching the design of electrical motors. Approaches described include three technical viewpoints, such as electromagnetics, thermal, ... More

    pp. 205-12

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  6. Teaching Engineering Design Using Computer Workstations

    J M. Hodgson

    Explains the use of computer workstations in Electronic Engineering and in Control and Computer Engineering. Provides an introduction; initial teaching exercises at the first year, second, and... More

    pp. 213-21

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