Product Driven Process Design

This book is an excellent guide and companion for undergraduate, graduate students as well as professional practitioners.

Author: Edwin Zondervan

Publisher: Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG

ISBN: 3110570130

Category: Science

Page: 528

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Product-driven process design – from molecule to enterprise provides process engineers and process engineering students with access to a modern and stimulating methodology to process and product design. Throughout the book the links between product design and process design become evident while the reader is guided step-by-step through the different stages of the intertwining product and process design activities. Both molecular and enterprise-wide considerations in design are introduced and addressed in detail. Several examples and case studies in emerging areas such as bio- and food-systems, pharmaceuticals and energy are discussed and presented. This book is an excellent guide and companion for undergraduate, graduate students as well as professional practitioners.

Product Modelling for Computer Integrated Design and Manufacture

Well known examples include the use of solar cells ( originally developed for
special military applications ) to power consumer products such as calculators .
Process driven evolution considers more the design process itself than the
product .

Author: Michael Pratt

Publisher: Springer

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 442

View: 779

This state-of-the-art text explores developments in geometric modeling, product modeling and their applications. In particular, it looks at the means by which product geometry emerges from the conceptual stages of design, and the use of geometric reasoning for applications downstream of design, including manufacture ands assembly. Much existing design research is either totally geometry based or totally non-geometric, and the interface between the two areas is of intense interest to industry, as well as being crucial for the successful development of integrated systems for design and manufacture. This interface is currently not well understood and the book makes a significant contribution towards its understanding. This book is essential reading for technical managers and research and development engineers.

Step by Step QFD

This workbook includes a case study of QFD in action, 34 helpful workshops, and an analysis of the synergy between QFD, TRIZ, and Taguchi.

Author: John Terninko

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1351413899

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 240

View: 778

Wouldn't it be great if you could design a product with the customer in mind - right from the very start? Well, now there's a way: Quality Function Development, or QFD, translates the needs of the consumer directly into the design and development of new products and services. By focusing on customer needs and incorporating them into every phase of the manufacturing process, it eliminates waste and improves customer satisfaction. And that means increased sales, greater profits, and a bigger share of the market.Step-by-Step QFD is a practical, hands-on guide to implementing QFD at any organization. Written by an expert in the field, it shoes how the intensive study of consumer needs can be used to help you dramatically outperform the competition. In fact, the strategies outlined in this book have already met with great success at a number of corporations both within and outside of the United States. This workbook includes a case study of QFD in action, 34 helpful workshops, and an analysis of the synergy between QFD, TRIZ, and Taguchi. So whether you're a QFD trainer, project manager, design engineer, or manufacturer, Step-by-Step QFD will show you how to let one voice drive your entire design process - the customer's!

Concurrent Design of Products and Processes

Unlike a rule - driven process , design for producibility and usability is a top -
down process . This means that the process is guided by the strategy developed
for the product during the determination of its character . The distinction can be
seen ...

Author: James L. Nevins

Publisher: McGraw-Hill Companies

ISBN:

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 538

View: 387

Very Good,No Highlights or Markup,all pages are intact.

Juran s Quality Control Handbook

... PROCESS TECHNICAL ORIENTATION PRODUCT - DRIVEN PRODUCT
FUNDING DESIGN TEST PRODUCTION ... Certification of the manufacturing
processes implies ( 1 ) design for production and ( 2 ) proof of process , which
occurs ...

Author: Joseph M. Juran

Publisher: McGraw-Hill Companies

ISBN:

Category: Quality control

Page: 1808

View: 818

More than ever the international reference work for managers and specialists, the new Fourth Edition of this classic desktop guide defines how to plan, produce, control, and continually improve quality companywide for the 1990s -- from the executive suite to the factory floor.

Mastering Lean Product Development

Mastering Lean Product Development represents the definitive roadmap to achieving breakthroughs in speed, efficiency, and customer value for any firm engaged in new product development.

Author: Ronald Mascitelli

Publisher:

ISBN: 9780966269741

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 323

View: 497

As competition in the manufacturing sector intensifies, excellence in new product development has become a mandate. Renowned author, educator, and lean product development expert Ron Mascitelli takes the reader through his Event-Driven Lean Product Development process, from its beginnings in innovation, effective problem-solving, knowledge creation, and organizational learning, through to the rapid commercialization of highly successful products. This proven and practical approach balances all aspects of market success: customer value, profitability, time-to-market, and quality. Specific topics covered in this Event-Driven Lean Product Development framework include: - Selecting and prioritizing new product opportunities that have a high probability of market success.- Optimizing the productivity of finite development resources, and arbitrating resource conflicts in a multi-project environment.- Implementation of a practical, flexible, event-driven process that ensures the highest degree of cross-functional collaboration at every stage in new product development.- Managing the day-to-day efforts of developers and project teams through Visual Workflow Management.- Capturing the voice-of-the-customer in every new product by systematically identifying and ranking differentiation opportunities.- Building a realistic project schedule that is created and owned by the developers themselves.- Proactively identifying project risks and mitigating them through systematic (A3) problem-solving.- Employing rapid cycles of learning and set-based design to close knowledge gaps and build a foundation of high-value knowledge for future projects.- Implementing the Production Process Preparation (3P) methodology to maximize the manufacturability and quality of each new product. Mastering Lean Product Development represents the definitive roadmap to achieving breakthroughs in speed, efficiency, and customer value for any firm engaged in new product development.

Managing the Design manufacturing Process

on design is methods of marins . The pro flexible manufacturing methods are to
be used . Process - driven design keeps the product design from unnecessarily
constraining manufacturing by providing up - front guidance to the design team ...

Author: John E. Ettlie

Publisher: McGraw-Hill College

ISBN:

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 285

View: 205

This practical guide describes the administrative practices, policies, tools, and methods that promote better coordination, and shows how design-manufacturing integration helps a company reduce costs, improve product quality, and respond quickly to customer needs and demands. It examines the issues that have traditionally prevented design-manufacturing collaboration and reports on the findings of a four-year domestic plant study of the best strategies for promoting the integration of design and manufacturing.

AIAA Aircraft Design Systems and Operations Meeting 93 3970 93 4023 93 4735

Since CE is the concurrent design of products and processes , both product and
process design must be integrated . This is accomplished through the
incorporation of both Systems Engineering Methods ( product design driven ) and
Quality ...

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Airplanes

Page:

View: 419


Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work in Design

The method of product - driven workflow design is a promising new way of
executing BPR initiatives . A practical boost would come from the development of
tools to model product / data models and derive process models . Further
research ...

Author: Shen Weiming

Publisher:

ISBN: 9780660184937

Category: Engineering design

Page: 583

View: 508

Design of complex artifacts and systems requires the co-operation of multidisciplinary design teams. CSCWD 2001 offers a forum for researchers and practitionars involved in different but related domains to confront research results and discuss key problems.

Journal of Research and Practice in Information Technology

CROM , P.J.N. and REIJERS , H.A. ( 2001 ) : Using prototyping in a product -
driven design of business processes . Proc . of the Open Enterprise Solutions :
Systems , Experiences , and Organizations Conference , Rome , 41-47 , Luiss ...

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page:

View: 140


Product Focused Software Process Improvement

However , none of these describes how to design a process for a new and
unknown domain . Summary ... Several experiences with the approach have
been made : The performance of pilots helps to avoid later problems with respect
to process and product . ... Acknowledgements The work has been funded by the
European Commission Empirically Driven Design of Software Development
Processes 363.

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Software engineering

Page:

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Area Array Package Design

Data - driven processes only require the change of a software program to
assemble a different product . Examples of data - driven processes are changing
the software program on an adhesive dispenser or pick - and - place machine .

Author: Ken Gilleo

Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional

ISBN:

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 204

View: 894

This engineering reference covers the most important new techniques in electronic packaging: flip chip, BGA, and MEMs. Written by a team of world-class professionals and researchers, Area Array Package Design includes vital information necessary for the design of cutting-edge electronics products.

11th International Symposium on Process Systems Engineering PSE2012

While the PSE community continues its focus on understanding, synthesizing, modeling, designing, simulating, analyzing, diagnosing, operating, controlling, managing, and optimizing a host of chemical and related industries using the systems ...

Author:

Publisher: Elsevier

ISBN: 0444595058

Category:

Page:

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Journal of Cost Management for the Manufacturing Industry

Moreover , the design team must think in terms not only of the product , but of the
processes for creating the enhanced ... design of the unnumbers . enhanced
product , to the process design for Manufacturing should be market - driven , not
the ...

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Costs, Industrial

Page:

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Advances in Materials Manufacturing Science and Technology XIII Modern design theory and methodology MEMS and Nanotechnology and Material science and technology in manufacturing

Through process modeling and execution of product development , project level
collaborative design process around whole development project ... Cooperation
mode is incompact and has been driven by project target in collaboration .

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Manufacturing processes

Page:

View: 583


AIAA Aircraft Design Systems Meeting 92 4188 92 4220

As has been stated , CE is the concurrent design of products and processes ,
thus both product and process design must be ... The product design process and
SEP are closely related and traditionally both have been product design driven .

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Airplanes

Page:

View: 182


Integrated Process Design and Development

To do so , the technology has changed from developing product design and then
transitioning in a serial fashion to process design . In a market - driven orientation
, the engineered product ” is the business of the future . Many companies ...

Author: Dan L. Shunk

Publisher: Irwin Professional Publishing

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 260

View: 765

Argues that integration of design and development processes will improve productivity and tells how to take advantage of new technological trends

Optimization of Manufacturing Systems Design

... product and process specifications across all stages of completion - Intra -
organizational enterprise product design ... of - Flexible market - driven process
specifications customer and product - driven processing rules - Global adherence
to ...

Author: Dan L. Shunk

Publisher: North-Holland

ISBN:

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 290

View: 483

Developments in the comprehensive integration of the functions and activities of a manufacturing enterprise form the basis of this book. It is the result of a conference which focused on critical issues, strategies and decisions that go into the selection and design of manufacturing systems. International participants, academics, and practitioners share the latest results of research and practice in this area, and assess future trends.

Engineering Analysis with COSMOSWorks Software

With the use of FEA , design iterations are moved from the physical space of
prototyping and testing into the virtual space of computer simulations ( figure 1 - 1
) . TRADITIONAL PRODUCT DESIGN PROCESS FEA - DRIVEN PRODUCT ...

Author: Paul M. Kurowski

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 245

View: 744


The Big Book of Designs for Letterheads and Websites

Imageware Design Firm McDill Design Milwaukee , Wisconsin Designer Brad
Bedessem LINKING THE VIRTUAL AND ... It incorporates 3D CAD master
models into a digital , product - driven process for building and inspecting
assembly ...

Author: David E. Carter

Publisher: Hearst Book International

ISBN:

Category: Design

Page: 384

View: 115

Internet and email have changed the way today's designers must view traditional letterheads, which, to the surprise of some industry experts, have become more important than ever. As more and more business is being done electronically, an even greater emphasis must be placed on letterhead, business cards, and folder design to ensure that they are in tune with the look and feel of a company's website. This can get tricky, as creating a design that looks good in print (300 dpi) as well as on the web (72 dpi) is not always the easiest task to accomplish. But in Clio award-winning designer David E. Carter's comprehensive resource, readers will discover how to create stunning designs and letterheads that work well on both the printed and the digital page. The Big Book of Designs for Letterheads and Web Sites displays literally hundreds of examples that help designers recognize the parameters of print and web letterhead design, where they work together seamlessly, and where some creative integration must be done. This valuable resource makes it clear that the web revolution has not rendered print communications obsolete but has, in effect, made the design and letterhead on print communications even more important when conveying a company's message and keeping it consistent. - The author has a Clio and seven Emmy Awards to his credit - Contains hundreds of working, real-world examples