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id sigradi2012_164
authors Kim, Sun-Joong; Lee, Ji-Hyun
year 2012
title How Biomimetic Approach Enlarges Morphological Solution Space
source SIGraDi 2012 [Proceedings of the 16th Iberoamerican Congress of Digital Graphics] Brasil - Fortaleza 13-16 November 2012, pp. 538-542
summary Ordinarily, high-speed train design methodology has been modeled to guide designerís problem solving and design thinking. However, the current methodology cannot guide designers in very detail due to the reason of the difficulties in bridging gap between pure engineering-knowledge and design-knowledge. In other words, these two knowledge are disconnected each other in a whole frame of design process. But, the paradigm shift that was induced by biomimetic approach has demanded an interdisciplinary approach for a generation of new geometrical characteristics that were impossible to be handled in the current design methodology. In this research, as a case study, we quantify the front-head design of high-speed trains to check the impacts of biomimetic approach. Quantitative methodology of the landmark based morphometric design analysis is introduced and adapted on the study.
keywords Biomimetics; Design Analysis; Morphometrics; High-speed Train Design
series SIGRADI
email iuvenalis@kaist.ac.kr
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