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Concept based Design-Art - Focused on the Transition Process from Fine Art and Design to Concept based Design-Art - (개념 중심의 디자인아트 - 순수미술, 디자인으로부터 개념 중심의 디자인아트로의 이행 과정을 중심으로 -)

  • Kang, Hyun-Dae;Kim, So-Hyun
    • Journal of the Korea Furniture Society
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    • v.26 no.2
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    • pp.112-121
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    • 2015
  • Concept based Design-Art is a flow formed while focusing on works not dividing boundaries with concept on top in a transition to content-centered communication methods from medium-centered communication methods so far dividing design genres. This movement begins in a try to create upper-level concepts before works and products come into being in pure art and design respectively. This thesis draws out the definition of Concept based Design-Art through its researches, diagnoses directionality of Concept based Design-Art by analyzing Concept based Design-Artists' works and considers their social duties and roles. Outcome of this study will help working authors, designers, and Design-Artists grasp the changing phases of design and art, establish their own directionality, and predict how the Concept based Design-Art market will change in the years ahead. Besides, it will be a good reference by which for them to build their own 'concept,' consider their relationship to the society and check where they are.

A Study on the Design Process for Building in District of Housing through Preferences of Design Concept Determinants (개념도출인자의 선호를 고려한 주거지역 건축물의 설계과정)

  • Ryu Im-Woo;Jeong Ji-Seok;Choi Moo-Hyuk
    • Journal of the Korean housing association
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    • v.15 no.6
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    • pp.67-76
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    • 2004
  • It is the purpose of this study that propose design process of building in residential district con-sidering preferences of design concept determinants. The procedure of this study is as follows : First, classifying concept determinants and then investigate the preference of concept determinants according to the use of building in residential district. It will be proposed the process of design concept determinants through such preferences. And We will investigate applicable steps for constructing an elementary school in land development district, in order to verify these process of architectural design. It was investigated paper-survey and case studies, made up questionnaires twice. In the results, we could verify that design process considering the preference of concept determinants in residential district. These results can help designers to design appropriately, according to building usage in residential district.

A Study on Concept Generation and Development for Street Furniture Design through Extracting Design Factors from the Space Design

  • In, Chi-Ho
    • Journal of the Korea Furniture Society
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    • v.22 no.3
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    • pp.183-189
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    • 2011
  • This is a study on methods for designers of furniture and products to generate and develop design concept in consideration of design and existing conditions of the space when they design street furniture. In particular, in case when they participate in a process of designing new space, this study aims to reveal methods generating strategic elements and basic ideas for designing street furniture through cases study of projects by understanding and analyzing concept of overall space design and by extracting artistic elements for deployment of specific designs. First, Design DNA, which decides overall flow of design concept of street furniture, is extracted through analyses of basic concepts of space design. Next, by applying 3V Design Process, alternatives of the concept generation are suggested through methods of storytelling and design language under the two approach methods of verbalization stage and visualization stage. Also its methods were explored through suggestion of designs by developing each idea of the respective concepts into specific design vocabulary.

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Effective Application of Design Space Exploration in the Very Early Naval Ship Design (초기단계 함정설계시 설계영역탐색의 효과적 적용)

  • Park, Jinwon;Park, Sangil
    • Journal of the Korea Society of Systems Engineering
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    • v.11 no.2
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    • pp.61-73
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    • 2015
  • The early-phase naval ship design demands requirements synthesis rather than design synthesis, which conducts engineering design for several domains on a detailed level. Requirements synthesis focuses on creating a balanced set of required operational capabilities satisfying user's needs and concept of operations. Requirements are evolved from capability based languages to function based language by statistical exploration and engineering design which are derived in the following order: concept alternative, concept baseline, initial baseline and functional baseline. The early-phase naval ship design process can be divided into three passes: concept definition, concept exploration and concept development. Main activities and outcomes in each pass are shortly presented. Concept definition is the first important step that produces a concept baseline through extensive design space exploration promptly. Design space exploration applies a statistical approach to explore design trends of existing ships and produce feasible design range corresponding to concept alternative. It further helps naval systems engineers and operational researchers by inducing useful responses to user and stakeholders' questions at a sufficient degree of confidence and success in the very early ship design. The focus of this paper is on the flow of design space exploration, and its application to a high-speed patrol craft. The views expressed in this paper are those of the authors, and do not reflect the official policy or rule of the Navy.

The Expression of Design Concept on Night Landscape through the Citizen-Minded Survey (시민의식조사를 통한 도시 야간경관디자인 컨셉 표현)

  • Kim, So-Hee
    • Korean Institute of Interior Design Journal
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    • v.24 no.6
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    • pp.137-144
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    • 2015
  • Light was the symbol of the city's prosperity and culture. People can walk around the city at the night time with safe. Now light is used with beauty and function at the same time. This study is the example how to draw the lighting design concept in specific city and district based on the citizen-minded survey. The citizen-minded survey makes a new chance taking the goodness and characteristics from local city specially and select the site for applying the specific opinion and requirement in the city. The expression of design concept on night landscape design gives the fresh image to the city during the night time. Because people feel the free and dynamic mood in the night landscape lighting, it is very important to set and express the design concept on night landscape design. The result of this study was applied in the Daegu city. In particular, the distribution complex's night landscape lighting in the Daegu was designed with specific concept expression from the citizen-minded survey. Making and expressing the design concept on night landscape design is basic for unity and diversity in the city.

A Study on the Systematic, Intuitive Approach for Fashion Design (패션 디자인을 위한 체계적, 직관적 접근방법에 관한 고찰)

  • 최윤미
    • The Research Journal of the Costume Culture
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    • v.5 no.1
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    • pp.71-83
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    • 1997
  • It is the important situation that the fashion industry is faced to enormous changes in the nation and worldwide market. To cope with this situations, it is necessary to clarify that the concept of fashion design and its process. This study was conducted as followings : 1. Fashion design is the process of problem solving including the steps of understanding problem, visualizing the image of a design concept. 2. The systematic and intuitive approach is harmonized to solve the process of fashion design. 3. The step of understanding problem is consist of the analysis of environments, the explanation of problem, the determination of purposes, the definition of problem and the visualizing the image of a design concept. 4. In the step of the visualizing the image of a design concept, the intuitive approaches can be clarifies as the importance of start, the step by step process, the determination of a design concept, the fixations of an image, the image realization through real objects, the diminution a difference between a concept and a visualizing the image and the necessity of exercises.

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Concept Optimization for Mechanical Product Using Genetic Algorithm

  • Huang Hong Zhong;Bo Rui Feng;Fan Xiang Feng
    • Journal of Mechanical Science and Technology
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    • v.19 no.5
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    • pp.1072-1079
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    • 2005
  • Conceptual design is the first step in the overall process of product design. Its intrinsic uncertainty, imprecision, and lack of information lead to the fact that current conceptual design activities in engineering have not been computerized and very few CAD systems are available to support conceptual design. In most of the current intelligent design systems, approach of principle synthesis, such as morphology matrix, bond graphic, or design catalogues, is usually adopted to deal with the concept generation, in which optional concepts are generally combined and enumerated through function analysis. However, as a large number of concepts are generated, it is difficult to evaluate and optimize these design candidates using regular algorithm. It is necessary to develop a new approach or a tool to solve the concept generation. Generally speaking, concept generation is a problem of concept synthesis. In substance, this process of developing design candidate is a combinatorial optimization process, viz., the process of concept generation can be regarded as a solution for a state-place composed of multi-concepts. In this paper, genetic algorithm is utilized as a feasible tool to solve the problem of combinatorial optimization in concept generation, in which the encoding method of morphology matrix based on function analysis is applied, and a sequence of optimal concepts are generated through the search and iterative process which is controlled by genetic operators, including selection, crossover, mutation, and reproduction in GA. Several crucial problems on GA are discussed in this paper, such as the calculation of fitness value and the criteria for heredity termination, which have a heavy effect on selection of better concepts. The feasibility and intellectualization of the proposed approach are demonstrated with an engineering case. In this work concept generation is implemented using GA, which can facilitate not only generating several better concepts, but also selecting the best concept. Thus optimal concepts can be conveniently developed and design efficiency can be greatly improved.

A study on MBSE(Model-Based Systems Engineering) application method for concept design of submarine (잠수함 개념설계에 모델기반 시스템 엔지니어링을 적용하기 위한 방법에 대한 연구)

  • Bae, Jeong-Hoon;Kim, Byung-Mok;Kim, Mi-Hee;Shin, Sung-Chul;Kim, Soo-Young;An, Chin-Woo
    • Journal of the Korea Society of Systems Engineering
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    • v.9 no.2
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    • pp.7-14
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    • 2013
  • Because submarine is high-technology and very complex system, it takes a lot of time, cost and manpower for design. For efficient concept design, application of systematic method is required such as system engineering. In this study, we studied application method of MBSE for submarine concept design with SWBS (Ship Work Breakdown Structure). Components of submarine system from SWBS were classified and organized as system architecture with 'Vitech CORE'. Through the MBSE application for concept design, systematic, efficient and traceable concept design of submarine was considered.

A Critique of The Environmental Green Concept in the view of representative issues for products -Usage, Aesthetics in product design, Manufacturing, and Products' price-

  • Ryu Seung-Ho
    • Archives of design research
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    • v.19 no.3
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    • pp.105-116
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    • 2006
  • In product manufacturing industries, a recent issue is the green concept. The green concept is a complicated area. If the green concept is for products, its serious issues have to be criticized. Although the importance of the green concept has overflowed, its influences have not been disputed vigorously. So this study is to critic the serious issues of the green concept in aesthetics in product design, manufacturing, and products' prices. The green environment has four representative elements: systems, policies, minds, and technologies, but they are not in the field of design. An element of the green concept, green design is also a sub concept for design, so it should be based on aesthetics. It is green aesthetics. But since green design first appeared, it has never approached by aesthetics because it has mostly had social meanings and expectations. So for green aesthetics, to think about what makes a product, and what can be aesthetic issues among them are important. Products consist of form, structure, material, and technology. Form means different shapes in a structure, but there cannot be any specific directions for a green concept. Structure has two kinds: interior and exterior structure. While interior structure has a technological character, exterior structure is deeply related with aesthetics, but it has also no chance for green concept. Material can be divided as two also: aesthetic and technological. Aesthetics materials mean the colors, opacity, and tactile sense of materials, but they are not aesthetic issues. Technological materials are recycled materials or non-recycled materials. Even if recycled materials are used today, they are close to systems or policies rather than aesthetics. With this result, green aesthetics is a very difficult concept. Second, green products are usually 30% more expensive than general products. But every consumer has his or her own economical conditions, and nobody can coerce consumers into buying expensive green products for green environments. And green products without good quality cannot satisfy consumers. This means that green concept is not accomplished by just manufacturing green products. Third, although a lot of proposals have appeared as green design in exhibitions, most of them are close to craft because they are so hard to be manufactured. Manufacturing is the first consideration for products. These three issues are enough to explain why green concept is complicated in manufacturing products. If they are not solved, the green concept is just a fiction. So if this study proposes a turning point against blind green-oriented atmosphere, it will be meaningful enough.

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An Optimization of Air-Lubricated Slider Bearings by Using Reduced Basis Concept (축소기초모델개념을 이용한 공기윤활 슬라이더 베어링의 최적설계)

  • 김동인;윤상준;강태식;정태건;최동훈
    • Proceedings of the Korean Society for Noise and Vibration Engineering Conference
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    • pp.52-57
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    • 2001
  • In this paper, the optimum designs of air-bearing surface(ABS) are achieved effectively by using reduced basis concept which can reduce the number of design variables although the design space is distended. Generally, the optimization method is more effective than the trial and error. However, the efficiency of the former is largely dependent on the number of the design variables. In order to reduce the number of design variables and increase the efficiency, reduced basis concept is applied. We can define the desired design as a linear combination of basis designs using this concept. From this optimization method with reduced basis concept, we easily obtain the optimum designs of ABS whose target flying heights are 25, 20, 15 nm.

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