Creativity in Engineering

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  • Author : David H Cropley
  • Publisher : Academic Press
  • Pages : 348 pages
  • ISBN : 0128003189
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Creativity in Engineering

Creativity in Engineering
  • Author : David H Cropley
  • Publisher : Academic Press
  • Release : 24 January 2015
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Creativity is like an iceberg - the resulting new idea, or novel solution is only 10% of the effort. The other 90% is the complex interplay of thinking skills and strategies, personal and motivational properties that activate these skills and strategies, and the social and organizational factors of the environment that influence the creative process. Creativity in Engineering focuses on the Process, Person, Product, and Place to understand when and why creativity happens in the engineering environment and how it can be

Creativity for Engineers

Creativity for Engineers
  • Author : Balbir S. Dhillon
  • Publisher : World Scientific Publishing Company Incorporated
  • Release : 18 September 2021
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7. Creativity measurement and analysis. 7.1. Introduction. 7.2. Metrics for determining innovative companies' performance. 7.3. A formula for predicting creative ideas. 7.4. Fault tree analysis (FTA). 7.5. Control charts. 7.6. Cause and effect diagram. 7.7. Probability tree analysis. 7.8. Creativity improvement with parallel redundancy. 7.9. Time-dependent creativity analysis with Markov method -- 8. Creativity climate. 8.1. Introduction. 8.2. Variables influencing peoples' perception of the working climate, examples of changes in the total environment influencing innovation, and key reasons for organizations to foster creativity and innovation. 8.3. Organization's creative culture attributes. 8.4. Creative climate dimensions and

Introduction to Creativity and Innovation for Engineers

Introduction to Creativity and Innovation for Engineers
  • Author : Stuart Walesh
  • Publisher : Prentice Hall
  • Release : 03 January 2016
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For courses in creativity and innovation for engineers. Emphasizing the Importance of Innovation and Creativity for Engineers This first edition of Introduction to Creativity and Innovation for Engineers was primarily designed for engineering students interested in acquiring knowledge, skills, and attitudes (KSA) that will help them be more creative and innovative. While intended primarily for engineering students, the widely applicable principles, ideas, tools, and methods introduced will also be useful for practicing engineers and as well as members of other

Engineering Creativity

Engineering Creativity
  • Author : Wesley A. Carpenter
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 18 September 2021
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Few studies have focused on perceptions of creativity in engineering. Previous researchers have tended to focus on perceptions concerning the degree to which creative thinking is emphasized in the classroom, rather than on whether students value creativity as an important part of the engineering design process. Moreover, the relationship between students' perceptions of the importance of creative thinking in engineering design and their creative performance has not been investigated. Given the value placed on the ability of an engineer to

Enterprise Innovation

Enterprise Innovation
  • Author : Massimo Canducci,Michele Missikoff,Neil Maiden
  • Publisher : John Wiley & Sons
  • Release : 31 August 2015
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The World is changing and then also how enterprises carry out innovation needs to change. The book presents new methods and tools (from Creativity to Engineering), aimed at promoting and sustaining enterprise innovation and production improvement. The book is primarily (but not exclusively) based on the new approaches, methods, frameworks, and tools conceived for enterprise innovation and production improvement, developed during the European Project BIVEE (Business Innovation for Virtual Enterprise Ecosystems.) Addressed topics range from Open Innovation in Virtual Enterprises

Make and Test Projects in Engineering Design

Make and Test Projects in Engineering Design
  • Author : Andrew E. Samuel
  • Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
  • Release : 19 January 2006
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Make and test projects are used as introductory design experiences in almost every engineering educational institution world wide. However, the educational benefits and costs associated with these projects have been seldom examined. Make and Test Projects in Engineering Design provides a serious examination of the design of make and test projects and their associated educational values. A taxonomy is provided for the design of make and test projects as well as a catalogue of technical information about unconventional engineering materials

Creative Design Engineering

Creative Design Engineering
  • Author : Toshiharu Taura
  • Publisher : Academic Press
  • Release : 30 March 2016
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Creative Design Engineering: Introduction to an Interdisciplinary Approach presents the latest information on a field that has traditionally been primarily concerned with how to make things. However, as technology has advanced, and we have no shortage of things, a new challenge for today’s engineers is what to make. In tackling this, our approaches to engineering design have come under the spotlight. This book presents solutions to this topic in different sections that highlight the basic concerns associated with innovation.

Creative Engineering Design Assessment

Creative Engineering Design Assessment
  • Author : Christine Charyton
  • Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
  • Release : 14 September 2013
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The Creative Engineering Design Assessment or CEDA is a newly developed tool to assess creativity specific to engineering design which is vital for innovation. The revised CEDA assesses usefulness in addition to originality. Both originality and usefulness are key constructs in creativity but are primarily essential and emphasized ever more in engineering design. Since the preliminary research was presented to the National Science Foundation, further reliability and validity has been developed and established. The CEDA is different from other general

Design Engineering

Design Engineering
  • Author : W. Ernst Eder,Stanislav Hosnedl
  • Publisher : CRC Press
  • Release : 09 July 2007
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As with any art, science, or discipline, natural talent is only part of the equation. Consistent success stems from honing your skills, cultivating good techniques, and hard work. Design engineering, a field often considered an intuitive process not amenable to scientific investigation, is no exception. Providing descriptive theory, broad context, and practical examples, Design Engineering: A Manual for Enhanced Creativity explores how to quantify creativity, codify inspiration, and document a process seemingly based solely on intuition. The authors discuss how

TRIZ for Engineers Enabling Inventive Problem Solving

TRIZ for Engineers  Enabling Inventive Problem Solving
  • Author : Karen Gadd
  • Publisher : John Wiley & Sons
  • Release : 11 February 2011
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TRIZ is a brilliant toolkit for nurturing engineering creativity and innovation. This accessible, colourful and practical guide has been developed from problem-solving workshops run by Oxford Creativity, one of the world's top TRIZ training organizations started by Gadd in 1998. Gadd has successfully introduced TRIZ to many major organisations such as Airbus, Sellafield Sites, Saint-Gobain, DCA, Doosan Babcock, Kraft, Qinetiq, Trelleborg, Rolls Royce and BAE Systems, working on diverse major projects including next generation submarines, chocolate packaging, nuclear clean-up, sustainability and

Creativity Problem Solving and Aesthetics in Engineering

Creativity  Problem Solving  and Aesthetics in Engineering
  • Author : David Blockley
  • Publisher : Springer Nature
  • Release : 29 February 2020
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This book illuminates what engineering is and how it relates to other disciplines such as art, architecture, law, economics, science, technology, and even religion. The author explains, from an intrinsic as well as descriptive perspective, why engineering is essential for our collective well-being, and how, like medicine, it is undertaken by people, and for people, to improve the human condition. He brings out the 'magic' of engineering practice as well as addressing the darker aspects such as warfare and the