Product Development and Design for Manufacturing

ISBN-10: 0824799356
ISBN-13: 9780824799359
Edition: 2nd 2001 (Revised)
List price: $252.00
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Description: Priest (industrial and manufacturing engineering, U. of Texas at Arlington) and Sanchez (production and operations management, graduate school of business leadership, ITESM) explain the strategies and "best practices" for ensuring a competitive  More...

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Book details

List price: $252.00
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2001
Publisher: CRC Press LLC
Publication date: 1/30/2001
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 456
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.00" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.694
Language: English

Priest (industrial and manufacturing engineering, U. of Texas at Arlington) and Sanchez (production and operations management, graduate school of business leadership, ITESM) explain the strategies and "best practices" for ensuring a competitive advantage through product development. This book provides an overview of the design process; reviews the major stages in this process including requirement definition, trade-off analysis, simulation, test and evaluation, and supply chain; and discusses producibility and the techniques that have been proven to produce a reliable product. c. Book News Inc.

About the Series
Preface
Product Development and Organization
Product Development in the Changing Global World
New Business Models and Practices
Global Business Perspective
Trends Affecting Product Development
Best Practices for Product Development
Review Questions
Suggested Readings
References
Product Development Process and Organization
Important Definitions
Collaborative Product Development
Product Development Teams
Concurrent Engineering
The Product Development Process
Program Organization
Technical Risk Management
Summary
Review Questions
References
Stages of Product Development
Early Design: Requirement Definition and Conceptual Design
Important Definitions
Best Practices for Early Design
Systematic Requirement Definition Process
Product Requirements and Specifications
Conceptual Design Process
Requirement Allocation for a Notebook Computer
Software Design Requirement Issues
Service and Electronic Commerce Design Requirement Issues
Reliability Design Requirement Issues
Design Requirement Issues for Manufacturing, Producibility, and Process Design
Requirement Issues for Global Trade
Communication and Design Documentation
Summary
Review Questions
Suggested Readings
References
Trade-off Analyses: Optimization Using Cost and Utility Metrics
Important Definitions
Best Practices for Trade-off Analysis
Systematic Trade-off Analysis Process
Trade-off Analysis Models and Parameters
Design to Cost
Design to Life Cycle Cost
Producibility Effects on LCC
Design for Warranties
Summary
Review Questions
References
Detailed Design: Analysis and Modeling
Important Definitions
Best Practices for Detailed Design
Design Analyses
Detailed Design for Software
Design Synthesis and High-Level Design Tools
Prototypes in Detailed Design
Modeling and Simulation
Methodology for Generating and Using a Simulation
Variability and Uncertainty
Aging
Stress Analysis
Thermal Stress Analysis
Finite Element Analysis
Environmental Stress Analysis
Failure Mode Analysis
Detailed Design of Global Software
Detailed Design for a Notebook Computer
Summary
Review Questions
Suggested Readings
References
Test and Evaluation: Design Reviews, Prototyping, Simulation, and Testing
Important Definitions
Best Practices for Test and Evaluation
Test and Evaluation Strategy
Design Reviews
Prototyping, Design Modeling, and Simulation
Design for Test
Test, Analyze, and Fix Methodology
Software Test and Evaluation
Environment, Accelerated Life, and Halt Testing
Qualifying Parts, Technologies, and Vendors
Production and Field Testing
Notebook Computer Test and Evaluation
Summary
Review Questions
Suggested Readings
References
Manufacturing: Strategies, Planning, and Methodologies
Important Definitions
Best Practices for Manufacturing
Manufacturing's Strategies and the Company's Business Environment
Manufacturing Planning
Process Development
Process Qualification and Verification
Design Release and Production Readiness
Design to the Methodologies and Technologies of Manufacturing
Summary
Review Questions
References
Supply Chain: Logistics, Packaging, Supply Chain, and the Environment
Important Definitions
Best Practices for Supply Chain, Packaging and Environment
Design for Supply Chain and Logistics
Design for Customer Service and Maintenance
Design for Disassembly
Packaging Design
Design for the Environment
ISO 14000
Summary
Review Questions
References
Design for People: Ergonomics, Repairability, Safety, and Product Liability
Important Definitions
Best Practices to Design for People
Human Interface
Functional Task Allocation
Task Analysis and Failure Modes Analysis
Design Guidelines
Prototyping and Testing
Documentation for Users
Repairability and Maintainability
Design for Safety and Product Liability
Product Liability
Summary
Review Questions
Suggested Reading
References
Producibility And Reliability
Producibility: Strategies in Design for Manufacturing
Important Definitions
Best Practices for Producibility
Producibility Process
Producibility Infrastructure
Producibility Requirements Used for Optimizing Design and Manufacturing Decisions
Tailor Design to the Current Business and Manufacturing Environment
Knowledge and Lessons Learned Databases
Competitive Benchmarking
Process Capability Information
Manufacturing Failure Modes
Producibility Analyses, Methods, and Practices
Design Reliability, Quality, and Testability
Summary
Review Questions
Suggested Readings
References
Simplification: Commonality and Preferred Methods
Important Definitions
Best Practices for Simplification and Commonality
Keep It Simple: "The K.I.S.S. Method" and Complexity Analysis
Limit Customer Options or Features
Product Platforms, Lines and Families
Modularity and Scalability
Part Reduction
Process and Vendor Reduction and Re-engineering
Part Families and Group Technology
Function Analysis and Value Engineering
Ergonomics and Human Engineering
Mistake Proofing and Poka Yoke
Minimize Manufacturing Requirements and Design for Preferred Processes
Reduce Technical Risks
Commonality, Standardization, and Reusability
Common, Standard, or Preferred Part, Material, Software, and Vendor Lists
Software Reuse
Simplification Steps for Notebook Computer Assembly
Summary
Review Questions
Suggested Readings
References
Producibility Guidelines and Measurement
Important Definitions
Best Design Practices
Producibility Guidelines and Rules
Design for Preferred Manufacturing Methods
Producibility Measurement
Producibility Software Tools
Summary
Review Questions
Suggested Readings
References
Successful Producibility Methods Used in Industry
Best Practices
Best Manufacturing Practices Program
Producibility Assessment Worksheet
Boothroyd and Dewhurst Design for Assembly
Robust Design
Taguchi Methods
Six Sigma Quality and Producibility
Production Failure Mode Analysis, Root Cause, Isakawa Fish Diagrams, and Error Budget Analysis
Mistake Proofing and Simplification
Design For Quality Manufacturing
Vendor and Manufacturing Qualification
Summary
Review Question
Suggested Readings
References
Reliability: Strategies and Practices
Important Definitions
Best Practices for Design Reliability
Accurate Reliability Models Are Used in Trade-Off Analyses
Reliability Life Characteristics
Reliability Prediction
Design for Reliability
Multidiscipline Collaborative Design
Technical Risk Reduction
Simplification and Commonality
Part, Material, Software, and Vendor Selection and Qualification
Design Analysis to Improve Reliability
Developmental Testing and Evaluation
Production Reliability and Producibility
Design for Reliability at Texas Instruments
Summary
Review Questions
Suggested Readings
References
Testability: Design for Test and Inspection
Important Definitions
Best Practices for Testability
Test Plan
Examples of Defects and Failures
Design for Effective and Efficient Test
Design Process for Inspectability
Design Process for Testability
Software Testability Guidelines
Testability Approaches for Electronic Systems
Summary
Review Questions
Suggested Reading
References
Index

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