Items where SHU Author is "Cockerham, Graham"

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KANDASAMY, Saravanakumar. (2013). Advanced applications of numerical modelling techniques for clay extruder design. Doctoral, Sheffield Hallam University (United Kingdom)..

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FOX, Stephen John. (2001). Application of design for manufacture principles to building design and construction. Doctoral, Sheffield Hallam University (United Kingdom)..

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BROADHURST, Simon John. (2000). Non-man-entry sewer renovation robot characteristics. Doctoral, Sheffield Hallam University (United Kingdom)..

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HUGHES, Dawn, SURESH, Paul and COCKERHAM, Graham (2007). Industrial barriers to practical implementation of inclusive semantics in commercial fitness equipment design. In: International Conference on Inclusive Design, Royal College of Art, London, 2005.

HUGHES, D. E., COCKERHAM, Graham and PAUL, J. S. (2006). Encouraging inclusive design through standardisation. In: CLARKSON, John, LANGDON, Patrick and ROBINSON, Peter, (eds.) Designing accessible technology. Springer, 21-30.

COCKERHAM, Graham (2004). A methodology for project-based learning with ETO product development. In: SAAD, Sameh Monier I. and PERERA, T., (eds.) Advances in manufacturing technology : proceedings of the Second International Conference on Manufacturing Research, ICMR2004, incorporating the Twentieth National Conference on Manufacturing Research. Sheffield, Sheffield Hallam University, 465-470.

FOX, S, MARSH, L and COCKERHAM, Graham (2003). Assessing the capability of construction processes to realize building designs. Construction Management and Economics, 21 (1), 7-10.

FOX, S, MARSH, L and COCKERHAM, Graham (2002). Constructability rules : guidelines for successful application to bespoke buildings. Construction Management and Economics, 20 (8), 689-696.

FOX, S, MARSH, L and COCKERHAM, Graham (2001). Design for manufacture : a strategy for successful application to buildings. Construction Management and Economics, 19 (5), 493-502.

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