Knowledge Acquisition Comparison in Thai Metal Forming Die Designer Between Formal Learning and Informal Learning

By Saneh Boonrampai and Panya Srichandr.

Published by The Learner Collection

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In this research, We aim to show that a knowledge acquisition of Thai metal forming die designer. We divided knowledge source of learning process for compared are formal and informal learning process. The experts for participant was selected form academics of Thai Tool and Die Industry Association (TDIA) and die designer leader in die industry network. The structure to study applied from multilayered structure of design knowledge, EBL: Explanation-Based Learning and creative KA tool. We use semi-structured feedback interview technique for surveyed and matrix base technique for analyse and conclusion. We found that the experts got die design knowledge form informal learning more than formal learning. The best source is “Onsite practice/Problems solving”. We can apply the result to setting content of die design learning process more efficiency.

Keywords: Knowledge acquisition, Formal Learning, Informal Learning

The International Journal of Learning, Volume 16, Issue 12, pp.185-204. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 1.398MB).

Saneh Boonrampai

Instructor, Department of Integrated Product Design and Manufacturing, Faculty of Energy and Metallurgy,, King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi, Bangkok, Thailand

Mr. Saneh Boonrampai:Engineering Doctorate Candidate Integrated Product Design and Manufacturing Program School of Energy, Environment and Materials King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi Dr.Panya Srichandr Integrated Product Design and Manufacturing Program School of Energy, Environment and Materials King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi He is a teacher in Materials Technology, School of Energy, Environment and Materials King Mongkut’s University of Technology (KMUTT), Bangkok, Thailand. Prior to the present position he was a Lecturer in Mechanical Engineering, Khonkaen University, Khonkaen, Thailand. Over the years he served in many capacities both within and outside KMUTT such as: Chairman in Materials Technology Division, Academic Subcommittee for Faculty Member Promotion, KMUTT. Research Associate, Thailand Development Research Institute (TDRI), Member of Technical Subcommittee for Machinery Industry, Research and Development Revolving Fund, Ministry of Science and Technology(MOST), Member of Technical Subcommittee for Materials-Based Industry, Member of National Committee for South East Asia Iron and Steel Institute (SEAISI), Ministry of Industry, Bangkok, Thailand. National Coordinator and Project Leader, the ASEAN-INDIA Collaborative Project in Materials Science and Technology : Thermal Spray Coating for Automotive and Wear Resistance Applications. National Coordinator, the ASEAN- NEW ZEALAND Collaborative Corrosion Project : Corrosion Prevention through Life Cycle Analysis (LCA) Technique. President, Materials and Corrosion Society, Deputy Director, National Metals and Materials Technology Center (MTEC), National Science and Technology Development Agency (NSTDA), MOST. Member, Executive Board, MTEC, NSTDA, MOST, Director, Manufacturing and Design Technology Center (MDTC), MTEC, NSTDA, MOST.

Prof. Panya Srichandr

King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi, Thailand

Asst.Prof. Dr. Panya Srichandr is a teacher in Materials Technology, School of Energy, Environment and Materials King Mongkut’s University of Technology (KMUTT), Bangkok, Thailand. Prior to the present position he was a Lecturer in Mechanical Engineering, Khonkaen University, Khonkaen, Thailand. Over the years he served in many capacities both within and outside KMUTT such as: Chairman in Materials Technology Division, Academic Subcommittee for Faculty Member Promotion, KMUTT. Research Associate, Thailand Development Research Institute (TDRI), Member of Technical Subcommittee for Machinery Industry, Research and Development Revolving Fund, Ministry of Science and Technology(MOST), Member of Technical Subcommittee for Materials-Based Industry, Member of National Committee for South East Asia Iron and Steel Institute (SEAISI), Ministry of Industry, Bangkok, Thailand. National Coordinator and Project Leader, the ASEAN-INDIA Collaborative Project in Materials Science and Technology : Thermal Spray Coating for Automotive and Wear Resistance Applications. National Coordinator, the ASEAN- NEW ZEALAND Collaborative Corrosion Project : Corrosion Prevention through Life Cycle Analysis (LCA) Technique. President, Materials and Corrosion Society, Deputy Director, National Metals and Materials Technology Center (MTEC), National Science and Technology Development Agency (NSTDA), MOST. Member, Executive Board, MTEC, NSTDA, MOST, Director, Manufacturing and Design Technology Center (MDTC), MTEC, NSTDA, MOST.

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