The Role of Knowledge and Experience in Engineering Design

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The Role of Knowledge and Experience in Engineering Design. / Ahmed, Saeema; Hacker, Paul; Wallace, Ken M.

Engineering Design and the Global Economy: International Conference on Engineering Design. Vol. Volume 1 Melbourne : Institution of Mechanical Engineers, 2005.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingArticle in proceedings – Annual report year: 2005Researchpeer-review

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Ahmed, S, Hacker, P & Wallace, KM 2005, The Role of Knowledge and Experience in Engineering Design. in Engineering Design and the Global Economy: International Conference on Engineering Design. vol. Volume 1, Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Melbourne, 15th International Conference on Engineering Design, Melbourne, Australia, 15/08/2005.

APA

Ahmed, S., Hacker, P., & Wallace, K. M. (2005). The Role of Knowledge and Experience in Engineering Design. In Engineering Design and the Global Economy: International Conference on Engineering Design (Vol. Volume 1). Melbourne: Institution of Mechanical Engineers.

CBE

Ahmed S, Hacker P, Wallace KM. 2005. The Role of Knowledge and Experience in Engineering Design. In Engineering Design and the Global Economy: International Conference on Engineering Design. Melbourne: Institution of Mechanical Engineers.

MLA

Ahmed, Saeema, Paul Hacker and Ken M. Wallace "The Role of Knowledge and Experience in Engineering Design". Engineering Design and the Global Economy: International Conference on Engineering Design. Melbourne: Institution of Mechanical Engineers. 2005.

Vancouver

Ahmed S, Hacker P, Wallace KM. The Role of Knowledge and Experience in Engineering Design. In Engineering Design and the Global Economy: International Conference on Engineering Design. Vol. Volume 1. Melbourne: Institution of Mechanical Engineers. 2005

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Ahmed, Saeema ; Hacker, Paul ; Wallace, Ken M. / The Role of Knowledge and Experience in Engineering Design. Engineering Design and the Global Economy: International Conference on Engineering Design. Vol. Volume 1 Melbourne : Institution of Mechanical Engineers, 2005.

Bibtex

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