By William H. Middendorf
"Details the product and method layout technique from conceptual, fiscal, and moral issues to modeling, selection making, and checking out. allows engineering educators to fulfill the necessities of the Accreditation Board for Engineering and expertise (ABET) for the layout component to engineering curricula. 3rd version good points multiplied assurance of product legal responsibility, engineering criteria, patents, process layout, computer-aided layout, optimal layout, reliability, and extra. "
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Wherever possible, the student is directed to other references that will stimulate the inquiring mind to find more suitable or easier methods of solving the problem at hand. This book begins with the concept of the life cycle of a product. This is introduced in the first chapter along with a five-step design process that seems to fit most products well. The process described is not a linear, once-through, process. Numerous feedback paths are shown; these are necessary because of the extensive interaction that must take place among the various departments of any successful manufacturer.
The scientific method evolved as a logical and orderly way of relating phenomena observed experimentally to the mental activity leading to theories which explain the experimental phenomena. It is an iterative method, the steps listed below constituting one cycle of inquiry. 1. Observe a phenomenon and record data concerning it. 2. Postulate a theory to explain the phenomenon. 3. Develop and conduct an experiment to test the theory. 4. Draw conclusions as to the validity of the theory. In the early industrial period, most products evolved slowly with step-by-step improvements being tested in the field, that is, by the user.
In order to determine all that is expected of the product, a needs analysis must be made. The important result of this activity is a set of specifications, goals, and preferences that describe the functional requirements and physical limitations of the product. When specifications are determined, there is sufficient information to make a preliminary study of whether the product should be made or not. Is it feasible? In the early design stages, the analysis will be questionable, but at least it will give some indication of probable success or failure.
DESIGN OF DEVICES AND SYSTEMS by William H. Middendorf
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