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|Title:||Computer-aided design of stirrup cutting and bending machine for mass production||Authors:||Mircheski, Ile||Keywords:||product development, KaLeP educational model||Issue Date:||May-2015||Publisher:||Technical University of Sofia, Center for research and design in human comfort, energy and environment||Conference:||11th International course for young researchers, Topic: Computational engineering||Abstract:||Product development is a complex and important phase of overall creative chain of new product development. University education has big problems in making of quality and personnel who will give solutions to all challenges meet in the practice. The industry will confront more and more with the absence of quality personnel and will require from the university to educate personnel who will be able to respond to the today and future challenges. In order to improve this situation for young engineers who work in the companies, it is required for engineering education to improve of key qualification during studies. In the framework of the KaLeP (the Karlsruhe education model for product development) educational model and its use in the higher education, an example of implementation of the integrated product development (IP) at the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering in Nis is presented, it’s achieved through the training of young engineers to implement KaLeP for product development in regional industries.||URI:||http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12188/1076||DOI:||71
|Appears in Collections:||Faculty of Mechanical Engineering: Conference papers|
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