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The article analyzes a design assessment-based activity, in which students are asked to evaluate an existing technology through a Consumer Reports-style approach. According to H. Petroski, the exposure of students to several design examples is important to start learning the basic elements needed in the design process. It claims that the activity will enable students to sharpen their knowledge in several areas including identifying design constraints and criteria, training via study of open designs, and practicing engineering design methods for optimization. It suggests that these are important skills for creating the student's capacity to undertake bigger design activities.
Analysis of problems in engineering economics, engineering solutions, new technologies, economic evaluation & substantiation of management modules. Scholars, doctoral students & people from research institutions in Lithuania & industry present articles.