There are strategic stages in the design process used by all experienced designers, but not always consciously articulated, which if well understood, certainly express the challenge and delight in engineering. Given a statement of such principles and examples of their use, it is of value to show how to design projects in a systematic manner, integrating detailed technical competencies as particular disciplinary postulates, as distinct from fundamental axioms or principles. In this chapter this systemic process is set out and illustrated.
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