Product Design Methods and Practices

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CRC Press, Jun 1, 1999 - Technology & Engineering - 400 pages
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Contents

Introduction
1
12 TEAM APPROACH
2
13 STRUCTURED DESIGN METHODS
3
14 PLAN OF THE BOOK
6
The Product Design Environment
7
23 MARKETING AND MANUFACTURING STRATEGY
8
24 PRODUCT DESIGN SITUATIONS
9
25 THE MANUFACTURING ENTERPRISE
12
144 COMPONENT HANDLING
184
145 COMPONENT INSERTION
187
146 COMPONENT SECURING
191
147 ASSEMBLY SURFACES AND DIRECTIONS
192
148 ADJUSTMENTS
193
1410 ERROR CHECKING
194
1412 BOOTHROYDDEWHURST DFA METHOD
195
1413 KEY TAKEAWAYS
196

26 MANAGING INTERACTIONS
16
27 KEY TAKEAWAYS
18
Design for Profitability
19
32 TOTAL PRODUCT VALUE
21
33 TOTAL PRODUCT QUALITY
22
34 TOTAL COST
32
35 TOTAL TIME
33
36 KEY TAKEAWAYS
36
Improving Early Design Decisions
38
43 CONCEPTUAL DESIGN
40
44 DETAIL DESIGN
42
45 BEST PRACTICES
43
46 KEY TAKEAWAYS
46
Principles of Good Design
47
53 METHODOLOGY
48
54 PRODUCTPROCESS INTERACTION
49
55 PRODUCT VARIETY
52
56 FORCE FLOWGEOMETRY INTERACTIONS
54
57 FORCE FLOWSTIFFNESS INTERACTIONS
56
58 DESIGN FOR MANUFACTURE AND ASSEMBLY
62
59 KEY TAKEAWAYS
64
Total Cost Reduction
65
63 INFORMATION CONTENT AND TOTAL COST
69
64 GUIDED COMMON SENSE
76
65 KEY TAKEAWAYS
77
Design Process Improvement
78
73 ENGINEERING CHANGE AND THE RIPPLE EFFECT
79
74 PRESCRIPTION FOR IMPROVEMENT
81
75 TEAM APPROACH
83
76 FORMAL DESIGN REVIEWS
86
77 DESIGN GUIDELINE
87
78 KEY TAKEAWAYS
90
Customer Focused Concept Design
91
82 METHODOLOGY
92
83 UNDERSTAND
93
84 CREATE
102
85 REFINE
106
86 KEY TAKEAWAYS
108
The Rational Building Block Method
110
93 QUICKOPERATING FASTENER EXAMPLE
113
94 DECOUPLED DESIGN
120
95 KEY TAKEAWAYS
121
Formal Concept Selection Methods
122
102 THE UTILITY FUNCTION METHOD
123
103 PUGHS METHOD
128
104 KEY TAKEAWAYS
130
ModelDriven Design
131
113 JUST BUILD IT
134
114 AVOID TEST AND FIX HARDWARE ITERATIONS
135
115 CONSTRUCT PROTOTYPES AND DVUS QUICKLY
137
116 KEY TAKEAWAYS
139
ProcessDriven Design
140
122 METHODOLOGY
141
123 OBSERVATIONS AND COMMENTS
156
124 CASE STUDY
157
125 KEY TAKEAWAYS
165
Part Elimination Strategies
166
133 CONSOLIDATE PARTS INTO AN INTEGRAL DESIGN
168
134 ELIMINATE SEPARATE FASTENERS
171
135 REDUCE THE NUMBER OF THEORETICAL PARTS
176
137 STANDARDIZE
179
138 KEY TAKEAWAYS
180
Assembly Design
181
142 ASSEMBLY COST DRIVERS
182
143 METHODOLOGY
183
Tolerance Design
198
152 METHODOLOGY
199
153 ILLUSTRATIVE EXAMPLE
200
154 EXACT CONSTRAINT DESIGN
204
155 UNAVOIDABLE TOLERANCE STACKUP
206
156 STATISTICAL TOLERANCING
209
157 KEY TAKEAWAYS
218
Component Design
220
163 PROCESSSPECIFIC DESIGN
223
164 FACILITYSPECIFIC DESIGN
236
165 STRUCTURED TEAM APPROACH
237
166 KEY TAKEAWAYS
243
Manufacturability Improvement Method
244
173 UNDESIRABLE INTERACTIONS
255
175 SIMPLE EXAMPLE
256
176 KEY TAKEAWAYS
263
Elimination and Simplification Strategies
264
183 USE PREVIOUSLY DESIGNED PARTS
269
184 REDUCE PROCESS COUNT AND PROCESS TYPES
272
186 MAKE PRODUCTS AND PARTS SMALL
276
188 COORDINATE THE PRODUCT AND PROCESS
277
189 DESIGN FOR SERVICEABILITY
278
1810 DESIGN FOR RECYCLABILITY
279
1811 DESIGN FOR THE ENVIRONMENT
280
1812 DESIGN FOR MATERIAL HANDLING
281
1813 HARMONIZE THE PRODUCT MIX
284
1814 KEY TAKEAWAYS
287
Standardization Design
288
193 IDENTIFY CANDIDATE OPPORTUNITIES
289
194 EVALUATE QUALITATIVELY
290
195 EVALUATE QUANTITATIVELY
297
196 KEY TAKEAWAYS
300
Standardization and Rationalization
301
202 METHODOLOGY
302
203 CASE STUDY
303
204 KEY TAKEAWAYS
309
Internal Standard Components
310
212 DEVELOP A MODULAR PRODUCT
311
213 CONSIDER STANDARDIZING LARGE PARTS
313
214 STANDARDIZE UNIQUE PARTS
314
215 STANDARDIZE COMMON PARTS
315
216 CREATE A BUILDING BLOCK DESIGN
318
217 DESIGN WITH STANDARD FEATURES
319
218 KEY TAKEAWAYS
322
Design Improvement Methods
323
223 ANALYTICAL OPTIMIZATION
326
224 TAGUCHI METHOD
329
225 PROBABILISTIC DESIGN
335
226 VALUE ENGINEERING
343
227 KEY TAKEAWAYS
350
Failure Mode and Effects Analysis
351
232 METHODOLOGY
353
233 FMEA PROCEDURE
358
234 SIMPLE EXAMPLE
360
235 KEY TAKEAWAYS
361
Design Review Checklist
362
243 BUSINESS ASSESSMENT
364
244 ROBUSTNESS ASSESSMENT
365
245 MANUFACTURABILITY ASSESSMENT
366
246 RELIABILITY ASSESSMENT
368
247 KEY TAKEAWAYS
370
References
371
Appendix
376
Index
377
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