VOICED

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Virtual Organization for Innovative Conceptual Engineering Design (VOICED) is a virtual organization that promotes innovation in engineering design. This project is the collaborative work of researchers at five universities across the United States, and is funded by the National Science Foundation. The goal of this virtual organization is to facilitate the sharing of design information between often geographically dispersed engineers and designers through the use of a robust and sophisticated design repository. Additionally, functional data can be mapped to historical failure data[1] and possible components[2] to create a conceptual design.

The end goal is to turn VOICED into a tool that allows engineers to create conceptual designs based on archived designs and detect failures in those design through an open design repository (Tumer & Stone, n.d.). VOICED is a fairly new organization, being about 3–4 years old, however the concepts that underlie the organization have been under development for much longer.[3]

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Collaborative Research: VOICED - A Virtual Organization for Innovative Conceptual Engineering Design

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  1. ^ R.B. Stone, I.Y. Tumer, and M.E. Stock, “Linking product functionality to historic failures to improve failure analysis in design,” Research in Engineering Design, vol. 16, 2005, pp. 96-108.
  2. ^ *R.B. Stone and K.L. Wood, “Development of a Functional Basis for Design,” Journal of Mechanical Design, vol. 122, Dec. 2000, pp. 359-370.
  3. ^ http://voiced.device.mst.edu

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