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Lancaster Virtual Prototyping Project: (GONW5167/8EUR – M4-07-LANC)

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Lancaster Virtual Prototyping Project : (GONW5167/8EUR – M4-07-LANC). / Rennie, Allan E. W.

Proceedings of the 4th EU Best Practice Conference: New Horizons in Graz.. 2006.

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Rennie, AEW 2006, Lancaster Virtual Prototyping Project: (GONW5167/8EUR – M4-07-LANC). in Proceedings of the 4th EU Best Practice Conference: New Horizons in Graz..

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Rennie, A. E. W. (2006). Lancaster Virtual Prototyping Project: (GONW5167/8EUR – M4-07-LANC). In Proceedings of the 4th EU Best Practice Conference: New Horizons in Graz.

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Rennie AEW. Lancaster Virtual Prototyping Project: (GONW5167/8EUR – M4-07-LANC). In Proceedings of the 4th EU Best Practice Conference: New Horizons in Graz.. 2006

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Rennie, Allan E. W. / Lancaster Virtual Prototyping Project : (GONW5167/8EUR – M4-07-LANC). Proceedings of the 4th EU Best Practice Conference: New Horizons in Graz.. 2006.

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abstract = "The Lancaster Virtual Prototyping Project was established to assist Lancaster University in developing links with SMEs in the Objective 2 areas of the North West region, to transfer its world-class experience in all aspects of engineering design, manufacture and virtual prototyping, through the use of appropriate design based technologies. The project was delivered by the Lancaster Product Development Unit which was established within the Engineering Department utilising this ERDF funding effectively as a {\textquoteleft}one-stop product development shop{\textquoteright} and exploited the expertise of the Engineering Department in the use of advanced design technologies to the benefit of key regional business sectors, most especially to the automotive, aerospace, general engineering and manufacturing sectors which rely heavily on sub-contracting and supply chains.",
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