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TABLEOFCONTENTS Semester 1: Pre Major Project

Semester 2: Major Project

Chapter 1

Chapter 4: Continued

i) ii) iii)

The Problem Background Summary Learner Testimonial

Chapter 2: Project Approach i) ii) iii) iv)

Inclusive Design Research and Resarch Methods The Ideation Process: Methods and Techniques Project Timeline

Chapter 3: Research Phase i) ii) iii) iv) v) vi) vii)

Research Initial Problem Mapping and Key Research Areas Product Research Vehicle Requirments Costing Information Survey Analysis Research Evaluation

Chapter 4: Toolkit Ideation i)

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3D Particapatory Toolkit

ii) iii)

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Chapter 5: Design Development: Sketching and Prototyping i)

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Toolkit Implementation & Findings Initial Concept Development From The Toolkit Findings

Concept Development: Sketching and Prototyping

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    Toolbox Tracking System Toolbox Redesign Tank Design

Chapter 7: Modeling

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CAD Model 1:8 Scale Model Model Fabrication Rendering

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Chapter 8: Design Function & Final Outcomes

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i) ii) iii) iv)

Transformation Process Tank Design & Plumbing Lifting System Toolbox Design Additonal Details

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Chapter 10 References

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Applied research is a technique that may take form  ! @' #' $" .#  !    $ information collection techniques to inform the designer % !  $ '  #!   !#'  !"  Q! $   '  !# +@  # Q!  "     @ @     *  $   "  Q! !  !@'   #  @%   , $   "  #  $  , ' @  Q!   !+ " '   %     # '     Q!#  $   !+  <;# UWW=" As the project as a high requirement for technical infor  %  !  #  $  *  +     Q! %  % $     !   $ #   "    %   #  # $'  % $   Q! * % #  % help the designer to understand the subject at a personal @"    +  + #  #  Q!#  $  ,#"


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Matt Browne Industrial Design 2009 Thesis, Fire Unit Redesign  

A redesign of the DSE's firefighting units

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