Engineering Design: A Systematic Approach
The authors have brought together the extensive body of knowledge about systematic design thinking developed in Germany. Originally published in English by the Design Council in 1984, this slightly abridged edition is intended specifically for students, and provides a valuable insight into thinking about engineering design methods.
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