Integrated Product and Process Design and Development / Edition 1

Integrated Product and Process Design and Development / Edition 1

by Edward B. Magrab, Edward B. Magrah
     
 

ISBN-10: 0849384834

ISBN-13: 9780849384837

Pub. Date: 07/23/1997

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

The integrated product and process design and development method is the standard for the rapid creation of competitively priced, high-quality products. Carefully organized, with sections on each major stage of the approach, this book is a complete treatment of this important direction in engineering. It is designed to help readers cultivate an attitude toward design

Overview

The integrated product and process design and development method is the standard for the rapid creation of competitively priced, high-quality products. Carefully organized, with sections on each major stage of the approach, this book is a complete treatment of this important direction in engineering. It is designed to help readers cultivate an attitude toward design that encourages creativity and innovation, while balancing the equally important considerations of customer requirements and satisfaction, quality, reliability, manufacturing methods, material selection, assembly, cost, the environment, and scheduling.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780849384837
Publisher:
Taylor & Francis
Publication date:
07/23/1997
Series:
Environmental & Energy Engineering Series
Edition description:
Older Edition
Pages:
320
Product dimensions:
0.75(w) x 7.00(h) x 10.00(d)

Table of Contents

Product Development into the 21st Century
Some Definitions
Manufacturing in the 21st Century
Time as a Competitive Advantage
Benchmarking
Partnering with Suppliers
Mass Customization - The Next Paradigm?
Quality
Foundations of Manufacturing
The Integrated Product and Process Design and Development Team Method
Introduction
The lP2D2 Team and Its Agenda
Dynamic and Static Product Status
Company Strategy and lP2D2
Technology's Role in lP2D2
lP2D2 Team Interactions
Product Cost Analysis
Introduction
Factors that Determine a Product's Cost
Cost Models
Product Functional Requirements and Decomposition
Principles of Design
Examples of the Use of the Axiomatic Method
Translating Customer Requirements into Products
Voice of the Customer
Quality Function Deployment (QFD)
Product Design Specification
Product Concepts and Embodiments
Introduction
Concept Generation
Product Configuration (Architecture)
Concept Evaluation and Selection
Product Embodiments
Design for Assembly and Disassembly
Introduction
Design for Assembly
Design for Disassembly (Dismantling) - DFD
Material Selection
Introduction
Ferrous Alloys
Nonferrous Alloys
Special Purpose Alloys
Plastics
Ceramics
Composites
Manufacturing Processes and Design
Introduction
Casting - Permanent Mold
Casting - Permanent Pattern
Casting - Expendable Pattern
Cutting - Mechanical Machining
Cutting - Electromachining
Forming - Sheet
Forming - Bulk
Powder Processing
Rapid Prototyping (Stereolithography)
Design for 'X'
Reliability
Poka-Yoke
Design for Maintainability (Serviceability)
Design for the Environment
Product Safety, Liability and Design
Ergonomics (Useability)
Design for Aesthetics
Design for Packaging
Material Handling
Design for Production (Time-to-Market)
Product and Process Improvement
Introduction
What is Experimental Design?
Guidelines for Designing Experiments
Factorial Analysis
Example of the Use of the Analysis of Variance
The Taguchi Method
Index

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