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In user-centred design, digital human models hold the potential for proactive evaluations of ergonomics or discomfort in terms of a computer aided ergonomics tool. Therefore, models predicting human interaction behaviour, are necessary. In this contribution we present such a model as well as its initial evaluation. The evaluation is performed by applying the interaction model to a specific use case, conducting a comparison with an empirical subject study. The evaluation shows that similar and realistic human behaviour was predicted, which was consistent in terms of whole-body strain.
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Eventually, new construction techniques required new forms of abstractly representing buildings- to communicate, instruct, and record the details of construction. As materials and building techniques demanded ever smaller tolerances, technical drawings required more precision and descriptiveness. The advances of modern construction in architecture, product design, aerospace, cars, and more, paced forward hand-in-hand with advances in the tools available for designing and describing those objects. Whether you believe that advances in computer aided design occurred to keep up with a changing world, or that those advances in CAD opened the doors for advancing building technology, there is no doubt about the significant role that digital tools and computer aided drafting have played in transforming our discipline.
Computer aided design tools for industrial engineering typically require the use of optimisation. The optimisation problems in industrial engineering are often difficult due to the use of nonlinear and nonconvex models combined with underlying combinatorial features. The result is that no single optimisation procedure is typically suitable for most design tasks. Hybrid procedures are able to make use of the best features of any method while ameliorating the impact of the disadvantages of each method involved. This paper presents an overview of hybrid methods in engineering design. A simple case study is used to illustrate one hybrid optimization procedure. 2b1af7f3a8