How to inject ancient know-how for future design: using advanced industrial archaeology during pedagogical projects

Abstract : Contemporary engineering processes require numerous competences and knowledge using different semantics. Our research consists to design virtually ancient technical objects. The approach we have developed is a new kind of design process: it is a heritage reverse-engineering methodology. It requires a project team with many jobs which, until then, have never collaborate together or not yet: it is an inter-disciplinary team. An example will demonstrate our proposal for making old technical objects alive again and how human sciences and technical sciences can merge together. The case study is a steam boat designed in 1861 by the enterprise DCNS Propulsion.
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Florent Laroche, Alain Bernard. How to inject ancient know-how for future design: using advanced industrial archaeology during pedagogical projects. DPPI, Oct 2009, Compiègne, France. 8 p., 2009. 〈hal-00473013〉

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