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Title: Design Considerations in Wood and Metal Integration
Authors: Agyeman, K. K
Clement, F. A
Quaye, H. A
Keywords: Integration
design consideration
Issue Date: Jan-2016
Publisher: International Journal of Engineering Research & Technology
Citation: International Journal of Engineering Research & Technology , Vol. 5 Issue 01, January-2016
Abstract: This research is a pragmatic approach to the definition of the comfort zones of wood and metals to ensure constructive designing. The researcher implemented a mixed approach of integrating both primary and secondary data of operations and circumstances surrounding wood and metal simultaneously. This entails observation of activities of relevant agencies coupled with content analysis of relevant documents. These were carefully analysed and tabulated leading to four domains under which design planning could be based. These are: the technologies involved, material forms, executable projects, and resulting by-products from the processing of both materials. It was realized that wood and metals have common items under the four fundamental domains that make an easy approach to integrating them when designing products.
Description: Tis article is published in International Journal of Engineering Research & Technology
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/12751
ISSN: 2278-0181
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