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ENGINEERING DESIGN PROCESS

3rd Edition

HAIK

Publisher: CENGAGE L

ISBN: 9781305253285

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Problem 4TFA:

All design problems are well defined.

Problem 6TFA:

Engineering design refers to a product that has been designed or the process that has been adopted...

Problem 8TFA:

Engineering design consists of the use of scientific principles, technical information, and...

Problem 10TFA:

Two major challenges in design are (1) defining a problem well and (2) generating the solution space...

Problem 12TFA:

Development design involves conceptual or embodiment variations of subsystems of an existing design.

Problem 13TFA:

Design using modules that perform distinct functions and are easy to assemble are culled modular...

Problem 14TFA:

Modules in modular design, when assembled together in different combinations, form distinctly...

Problem 15TFA:

A platform product is the basic product that can be built as a member of a product family.

Problem 16TFA:

Immersion, working, and evaluating trial solutions and continuous improvements are features of...

Problem 18TFA:

Systematic design breaks the design process into constituent components and completes the components...

Problem 19TFA:

The design stage model is the description of the sequence of stages the design process passes...

Problem 20TFA:

The design activity model is the description of the sequence of activities carried out during the...

Problem 22TFA:

Brainstorming is an example of a design model.

Problem 23TFA:

Morphological analysis is an example of a design method.

Problem 24TFA:

Like the scaffolding in a building project, a design model provides a skeletal structure to the...

Problem 25TFA:

Details of the required design activity model will decrease as the complexity of the design project...

Problem 26TFA:

The complexity of a design model will increase as the number of design methods used in each stage...

Problem 27TFA:

Requirements are elements of a societal need

Problem 29TFA:

The product concept defines the function of a product.

Problem 1TFB:

A specification is an expected measurable performance characteristic (output) of a product with a...

Problem 3TFB:

A specification consists of a metric and a value.

Problem 4TFB:

The design brief outlines what the product is.

Problem 5TFB:

Requirements define what the product should do.

Problem 6TFB:

Function is the purpose or intended use of a product.

Problem 7TFB:

Function is an abstract formulation of the task independent of any particular solution.

Problem 9TFB:

Behavior is viewed as an observable characteristic of the function exhibited or manifested by the...

Problem 13TFB:

A functional connection can occur between two structures if one provides a function required by the...

Problem 15TFB:

A function tree is the hierarchical structure showing the functions and their sub-functions.

Problem 17TFB:

If technical elements are arranged in a novel combination forming a system that satisfies a societal...

Problem 1P:

What are the challenges in design?

Problem 2P:

Give three definitions ofdesign.

Problem 5P:

Explain modular design with an example.

Problem 6P:

What is platform design?

Problem 7P:

Describe conventional design in your own words.

Problem 11P:

What is a design method?

Problem 13P:

What is the difference between the specification step and defining the problem step in the design...

Problem 15P:

List three factors that market analysis achieves.

Problem 17P:

Explain the statement A design model accommodates the two challenges faced by the designer.

Problem 1GA:

The goal or objective for a coffee maker can be stated as a safe, economical, and easy-to-use coffee...

Problem 3GA:

Figure 1.19 shows the percent of cost committed and incurred as a function of time during the design...

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Clearly outline the engineering design process in five basic stages - requirements, product concept, solution concept, embodiment design, and detailed design - with ENGINEERING DESIGN PROCESS, 3E. The authors take a unique approach, distinctively describing how these five stages can be seamlessly integrated. The book illustrates how the design methods can work together coherently while supporting exercises and labs to help designers efficiently navigate the design process. The book leads the beginner designer from the basics of design with very simple tasks - the first lab involves designing a sandwich - all the way through more complex design needs. This effective approach to the design model equips students with the skills to apply engineering design concepts not only to conventional engineering problems, but also for other design problems.

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A design problem in general is the characterization of a societal need.Table 2.3 breaks down the number of major jobs or activities involved in painting a two-story house....Define professionalism.Consider the following problem statement and state whether it is adequate or not, giving reasons....Use the statement Connect two bodies of water with no gradient. Develop a series of questions to...Discuss the following statement as it relates to the stage of the design process you have achieved...A set of measurable parameters with values specific to the product that together define the product...Compare (a) the systematic design process that leads to a morphological chart with a large number of...Why would a designer place items (demos of function) in the morphological chart if he or she knows...

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