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Developing a course on advanced product development for an asia-link project

Tan, Xincai and Yan, Xiu and Juster, Neal and Ion, William (2011) Developing a course on advanced product development for an asia-link project. International Journal of Mechanical Engineering Education, 38 (2). ISSN 0306-4190

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Abstract

The Chinese economy has been growing rapidly, and well trained engineers are increasingly in demand for product development. Through an Asia-Link project, a short training course, Advanced Product Development, was delivered for the training of teaching staff from China. The course covered advanced design methods, skills and management, concurrent engineering, and project exercises. A post-course survey showed that the course contents were subsequently applied within teaching and research in China.