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Integrated product and process design and development : the product realization process

Author: Edward B Magrab
Publisher: Boca Raton, FL : CRC Press, 2000, ©1997.
Series: Environmental and energy engineering series.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The Integrated Product and Process Design and Development (IP2D2) method is the standard for the creation of competitively priced, high-quality products. This text reflects the changes this approach  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Edward B Magrab
ISBN: 0849384834 9780849384837
OCLC Number: 398062394
Description: 306 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm.
Contents: Product Development into the 21st CenturySome DefinitionsManufacturing in the 21st CenturyTime as a Competitive AdvantageBenchmarkingPartnering with SuppliersMass Customization - The Next Paradigm?QualityFoundations of ManufacturingThe Integrated Product and Process Design and Development Team MethodIntroductionThe lP2D2 Team and Its AgendaDynamic and Static Product StatusCompany Strategy and lP2D2 Technology's Role in lP2D2 lP2D2 Team InteractionsProduct Cost AnalysisIntroductionFactors that Determine a Product's CostCost ModelsProduct Functional Requirements and DecompositionPrinciples of DesignExamples of the Use of the Axiomatic MethodTranslating Customer Requirements into ProductsVoice of the CustomerQuality Function Deployment (QFD)Product Design SpecificationProduct Concepts and EmbodimentsIntroductionConcept GenerationProduct Configuration (Architecture)Concept Evaluation and SelectionProduct EmbodimentsDesign for Assembly and DisassemblyIntroductionDesign for AssemblyDesign for Disassembly (Dismantling) - DFDMaterial SelectionIntroductionFerrous AlloysNonferrous AlloysSpecial Purpose AlloysPlasticsCeramicsCompositesManufacturing Processes and DesignIntroductionCasting - Permanent MoldCasting - Permanent PatternCasting - Expendable PatternCutting - Mechanical MachiningCutting - ElectromachiningForming - SheetForming - BulkPowder ProcessingRapid Prototyping (Stereolithography)Design for 'X'ReliabilityPoka-YokeDesign for Maintainability (Serviceability)Design for the EnvironmentProduct Safety, Liability and DesignErgonomics (Useability)Design for AestheticsDesign for PackagingMaterial HandlingDesign for Production (Time-to-Market)Product and Process ImprovementIntroductionWhat is Experimental Design?Guidelines for Designing ExperimentsFactorial AnalysisExample of the Use of the Analysis of VarianceThe Taguchi MethodIndex
Series Title: Environmental and energy engineering series.
Responsibility: Edward B. Magrab.

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