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Introduction to Kansei Engineering, applicable in Product Design Engineering (PDE) Program

Ergodesign journals through the scholar works of Lee et al, in their articles in 2016, indicate that The Kansei Engineering (KE) is originated from Japan and was coined by Professor Mitsui Nagamachi. He sought to interpret feelings and preferences of the users in the development of products for the industry.

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Dr. Khristian Edi Nugroho Soebandrija, BSIE, MM.

Product Design Engineering Program, Binus Aso School of Engineering, BINUS University.

 

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Furthermore, the following figure of Kansei Gateway, is beneficial to have a systematic approach toward New Product Concept to be applied in Product Design Engineering (PDE) Program.


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