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Integrated Product and Process Design and Development

The Product Realization Process, Second Edition, 2nd Edition

By Edward B. Magrab, Satyandra K. Gupta, F. Patrick McCluskey, Peter Sandborn

CRC Press

304 pages | 104 B/W Illus.

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Description

Since the publication of the first edition of Integrated Product and Process Design and Development: The Product Realization Process more than a decade ago, the product realization process has undergone a number of significant changes. Reflecting these advances, this second edition presents a thorough treatment of the modern tools used in the integrated product realization process and places the product realization process in its new context.

See what’s new in the Second Edition:

  • Bio-inspired concept generation and TRIZ
  • Computing manufacturing cost, costs of ownership, and life-cycle costs of products
  • Engineered plastics, ceramics, composites, and smart materials
  • Role of innovation
  • New manufacturing methods: in-mold assembly and layered manufacturing

This book discusses how to translate customer needs into product requirements and specifications. It then provides methods to determine a product’s total costs, including cost of ownership, and covers how to generate and evaluate product concepts. The authors examine methods for turning product concepts into actual products by considering development steps such as materials and manufacturing processes selection, assembly methods, environmental aspects, reliability, and aesthetics, to name a few. They also introduce the design of experiments and the six sigma philosophy as means of attaining quality.

To be globally viable, corporations need to produce innovative, visually appealing, quality products within shorter development times. Filled with checklists, guidelines, strategies, and examples, this book provides proven methods for creating competitively priced quality products.

Table of Contents

Product Development at the Beginning of the Twenty-First Century

Introduction

Ideas and Methods Currently Used in the Product Realization Process

Innovation

Quality

Benchmarking

Partnering with Suppliers—Outsourcing

Mass Customization

The Integrated Product and Process Design and Development Team Method

Introduction

The IP2D2 Team and Its Agenda

Technology’s Role in IP2D2

IP2D2 Team Requirements

Product Cost Analysis

Introduction

Determining the Cost of Products

Design and Manufacturing Costs

Sustainment Costs: Life Cycle, Operation, and Support

Making a Business Case

Examples

Bibliography

Translating Customer Requirements into a Product Design Specification

Voice of the Customer

Quality Function Deployment (QFD)

Product Design Specification

Product Functional Requirements and Functional Decomposition

Functional Modeling

Examples of Functional Decomposition

Product Concepts and Embodiments

Introduction

Concept Generation and the Search for Solutions

Product Modularity and Architecture

Concept Evaluation and Selection

Product Embodiments

Bibliography for Bio-Inspired Concepts

Design for Assembly and Disassembly

Introduction

Design for Assembly

Design for Disassembly (DFD)

Material Selection

Introduction

Ferrous Alloys

Nonferrous Alloys

Special Purpose Alloys

Polymers

Ceramics

Composites

Smart Materials

Nanomaterials

Coatings

Bibliography

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

Layered Manufacturing

Bibliography

Design for "X"

Life-Cycle Engineering

Poka-Yoke

Design for Maintainability (Serviceability)

Design for Packaging

Design for the Environment

Ergonomics: Usability, Human Factors, and Safety

Material Handling

Product Safety, Liability, and Design

Product and Process Improvement

Introduction

What Is Experimental Design?

Guidelines for Designing Experiments

Factorial Analysis

Examples of the Use of the Analysis of Variance

The Taguchi Method

Six Sigma

Bibliography

Appendix A: Material Properties and the Relative Cost of Raw Materials

Index

About the Series

Environmental & Energy Engineering

Learn more…

Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
SCI041000
SCIENCE / Mechanics / General
TEC016000
TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING / Industrial Design / General
TEC020000
TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING / Manufacturing