Creating innovative products using total design : the living legacy of Stuart Pugh (Book, 1998) [WorldCat.org]
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Creating innovative products using total design : the living legacy of Stuart Pugh

Author: Stuart Pugh; Don Clausing; Ron Andrade
Publisher: Reading, Mass. ; Wokingham : Addison-Wesley, 1998.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Design is an important aspect in creating successful products. This work is a collection of papers on product development methodology and practice. It provides information for practising engineers,  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Stuart Pugh; Don Clausing; Ron Andrade
ISBN: 0201634856 9780201634853
OCLC Number: 795964962
Description: 544 pages
Contents: List of Illustrations. List of Tables. About the Author. Foreword. Preface. Acknowledgments. Introduction. I. DESIGN IN EDUCATION AND INDUSTRY. 1. Engineering Design: Time for Action. 2. Engineering Design: Teaching Ten Years On. 3. Engineering Design at the Postgraduate Level. 4. Engineering Design Education with Real-Life Problems. 5. Projects Alone Don't Integrate: You Have to Teach Integration. 6. Marathon 2550: A Successful Joint Venture. II. DESIGN PROCESS AND PHILOSOPHY. 7. Total Design, Partial Design: A Reconciliation. 8. Design: The Integrative Enveloping Culture, Not a Third Culture. 9. Systematic Design Procedures and Their Application in the Marine Field: An Outsider's View. 10. Design Activity Models: Worldwide Emergence and Convergence. 11. Integration by Design Is Achievable. III. DESIGN TECHNIQUES AND METHODS. 12. The Dangers of Design Methodology. 13. A New Design: The Ability to Compete. 14. Concept Selection: A Method That Works. 15. State of the Art on Optimisation in Great Britain. 16. Enhanced Quality Function Deployment. IV. CAD AND KNOWLEDGE-BASED ENGINEERING. 17. CAD in the Context of Engineering Design: The Designer's Viewpoint. 18. CAD and Design Education: Should One Be Taught Without the Other? 19. The Application of CAD in Relation to Dynamic/Static Product Concepts. 20. CAD/CAM: Hindrance or Help to Design? 21. CAD/CAM: Its Effect on Design Understanding and Progress. 22. Knowledge-Based Systems in Design Activity. V. DESIGN TEAMS, MANAGEMENT, AND CREATIVE WORK. 23. Further Development of the Hypothesis of Static and Dynamic Concepts in Product Design. 24. Engineering Design in Practice. 25. The Organisation of Design: An Interdisciplinary Approach to the Study of People, Process, and Contexts. 26. Engineering Design: Towards a Common Understanding. 27. Balancing Discipline and Innovation. 28. Organising for Design in Relation to Dynamic and Static Product Concepts. 29. The Design Audit: How to Use It. PART VI. DESIGN FOR X. 30. The Engineering Designer: Tasks and Information Needs. 31. Design Is the Biggest Exposure. 32. Manufacturing Cost Data for the Designer. 33. Engineering Out the Cost. 34. Quality Assurance and Design: The Problem of Cost Versus Quality. 35. Give the Designer a Chance: Can He or She Contribute to Hazard Reduction? VII. DESIGN RESEARCH. 36. Research and Development: The Missing Link - Design. 37. Engineering Design: Unscrambling the Research Issues. 38. Long-Term R&D Outcomes: Will They Miss the Market? VIII. TOTAL DESIGN: SUMMARY OF THE WHOLE. 39. Towards a Theory of Total Design. Appendix. Chronology. Index. 0201634856T04062001
Responsibility: Stuart Pugh ; edited by Don Clausing, Ron Andrade.

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