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Computer-Aided Design design
The vocation in a branch of engineering concerned with the design of a product or facility according to generally accepted uniform standards and procedures; such as, the specification of a linear dimension, or a manufacturing practice; for example, the consistent use of a particular size of screw to fasten covers.
electronic design interchange format, EDIF
A standardized exchange language for design information.
The art of using plant materials and flowers to create a pleasing and balanced composition.
industrial design (s) (noun)
, industrial designs (pl)
The study or practice of designing products which can be manufactured.
The assertion or belief that physical and biological systems observed in the universe result from purposeful design by an Intelligent Being (God) rather than from chance or undirected natural processes.
Intelligent design (ID) is an anti-evolution belief that asserts that naturalistic explanations of some biological entities are not possible and such entities can only be explained by intelligent causes.
Advocates of intelligent design maintain that their belief is scientific and provides empirical proof for the existence of God. They claim that intelligent design should be taught in the science classroom as an alternative to the science of evolution.
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To make a detailed plan of the form or structure of something, emphasizing features; such as, its convenience, and efficient functioning.
"Leopoldo's design was later improved and modified to use distilled wine."
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Computer Aided Design, CAD
Interior designers often use Computer Aided Design software in order to produce accurate sketches for clients.
The month having the combination of insolation and load that requires the maximum energy from the photovoltaic array.
green design interior; sustainable design
A design that takes into account the environmental impact of the materials used by choosing more sustainable products, and also seeks to minimise the energy cost of the space created by means of correct insulation, green forms of heating and cooling, and low-energy light sources.
1. The geometric, kinematic, electrical, and mechanical features of a robot.
2. The process of creating a robot.