Douglas L. Van Bossuyt
Douglas L. Van Bossuyt
Assistant Professor, Department of Systems Engineering, Naval Postgraduate School
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TitleCited byYear
On measuring engineering risk attitudes
DL Van Bossuyt, A Dong, IY Tumer, L Carvalho
Journal of Mechanical Design 135 (12), 121001, 2013
332013
Risk attitudes in risk-based design: Considering risk attitude using utility theory in risk-based design
D Van Bossuyt, C Hoyle, IY Tumer, A Dong
AI EDAM 26 (4), 393-406, 2012
292012
Hybrid additive manufacturing method and apparatus made therefrom
RL Hemphill, KC Young, MT Harris, AR Short, DL Van Bossuyt
US Patent App. 15/253,541, 2017
252017
Modeling of function failure propagation across uncoupled systems
BM O'Halloran, N Papakonstantinou, DL Van Bossuyt
2015 Annual Reliability and Maintainability Symposium (RAMS), 1-6, 2015
172015
Design for fused filament fabrication additive manufacturing
J Steuben, DL Van Bossuyt, C Turner
ASME 2015 International Design Engineering Technical Conferences and …, 2016
142016
A case for trading risk in complex conceptual design trade studies
DL Van Bossuyt, IY Tumer, SD Wall
Research in Engineering Design 24 (3), 259-275, 2013
142013
Toward a market-based lean startup product design method for the developing world
JF Pease, JH Dean, DL Van Bossuyt
ASME 2014 International Design Engineering Technical Conferences and …, 2015
122015
Rerouting failure flows using logic blocks in functional models for improved system robustness: failure flow decision functions
AR Short, DL Van Bossuyt
DS 80-6 Proceedings of the 20th International Conference on Engineering …, 2015
102015
Functional impact comparison of common and innovative products
B Gilchrist, DL Van Bossuyt, IY Tumer, R Arlitt, RB Stone, KR Haapala
ASME 2013 International Design Engineering Technical Conferences and …, 2014
102014
The function-based design for sustainability method
R Arlitt, DL Van Bossuyt, RB Stone, IY Tumer
Journal of Mechanical Design 139 (4), 041102, 2017
92017
Toward an automated model-based geometric method of representing function failure propagation across uncoupled systems
IJ Ramp, DL Van Bossuyt
ASME 2014 International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition, 2015
92015
Risk attitude informed route planning in a simulated planetary rover
AR Short, DL Van Bossuyt
ASME 2015 International Design Engineering Technical Conferences and …, 2016
82016
Mechanical engineering design across cultures: a method of designing for cultures
DL Van Bossuyt
82009
Conceptual design of sacrificial sub-systems: failure flow decision functions
AR Short, AD Lai, DL Van Bossuyt
Research in Engineering Design 29 (1), 23-38, 2018
72018
Lean design for the developing world: Making design decisions through the use of validated learning techniques in the developing world
JF Pease, JH Dean, DL Van Bossuyt
2014 ASME International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition, 2014
72014
Towards risk as a tradeable parameter in complex system design trades
DL Van Bossuyt, SD Wall, IY Tumer
ASME 2010 International Design Engineering Technical Conferences and …, 2011
72011
Toward a dedicated failure flow arrestor function methodology
MRS Slater, DL Van Bossuyt
ASME 2015 International Design Engineering Technical Conferences and …, 2016
62016
Toward Risk-Informed Operation of Autonomous Vehicles to Increase Resilience in Unknown and Dangerous Environments
Z Mimlitz, A Short, DL Van Bossuyt
ASME 2016 international design engineering technical conferences and …, 2016
52016
Breaking the tyranny of the semester: a phase-gate sprint approach to teaching Colorado school of mines students important engineering concepts, delivering useful solutions to …
JH Dean, DL Van Bossuyt
International Journal for Service Learning in Engineering, Humanitarian …, 2014
52014
Toward understanding collaborative design center trade study software upgrade and migration risks
DL Van Bossuyt, IY Tumer
ASME 2010 International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition, 315-328, 2012
52012
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