Educating engineering designers: the introduction of desktop computers and software to the design environment
Today every professional design engineer entering industry has experience of writing programs and using computers. However, the use of desktop computers is not widespread in the design office environment and there is great interest in the introduction of such machines.
This paper examines the advantages and pitfalls associated with the adoption of desktop machines with especial reference to software.
KeywordsDesktop Computer Journal Bearing Main Frame Design Office Desktop Machine
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