Axiomatic Design Advances and applications
- Publisher: Oxford University Press
- ISBN-13: 9780198069065
- Pages: 528
- Binding: Paperback
- Year of Pub / Reprint Year: 2010
About The Book
While this book follows up Suh’s 1990 monograph, Principles of Design, is substantially different in both content and approach. After covering the fundamental principles of axiomatic design in the first three chapters, it deals with design of systems, software, materials and materials processing, manufacturing systems, and product design. This volume contains case studies and research gathered over the last ten years since the publication of its predecessor.
Table of contents
Chapter 1: Introduction to Axiomatic Design
Chapter 2: One-FR Design, the Information Axiom, and Robust Design
Chapter 3: Multi-FR Design
Chapter 4: Design of Systems
Chapter 5: Axiomatic Design of Software
Chapter 6: Axiomatic Design of Manufacturing Systems
Chapter 7: Axiomatic Design of Materals and Materials Processing Techniques
Chapter 8: Product Development
Chapter 9: A Theory of Complexity — The Design Axioms, Information, Complexity, and Periodicity
Expands through the use of interesting applications and examples the principles of axiomatic design to a great variety of real-life situations, including mechanism design, software engineering, and basic business processes.
Numerous integrated case studies using axiomatic design to solve real-life design challenges.
Material is drawn from actual consulting cases.