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A Collection of Resources for the Study of Educational Reverse Engineering Activities in Engineering Design Education

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Department of Engineering Design
Defense's date
2015-12-23
URL
http://hdl.handle.net/2117/96079 Open in new window
Abstract
Educational Reverse Engineering Activities referred to as the acronym -EREA- help engineering design students to: Acquire and develop a set of abilities that raise their awareness of the design process; expand their sources of inspiration, position their actions within the lifecycle of a product, and transform theoretical knowledge into practice. However, it was detected that although such activities sparked interest among engineering design educators, they were either absent from typical engine...
Group of research
PITP - Technological Innovation Projects of Products
Citation
Calderón Saldierna, M. L. "A collection of resources for the study of educational reverse engineering activities in engineering design education". Tesi doctoral, UPC, Departament de Projectes d'Enginyeria, 2015.

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