Engineering Design Process

250.00

  • Author: Yousef Haik
  • Publisher: Cengage Learning India
  • ISBN-13: 9788131510599
  • Pages: 294
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Year of Pub / Reprint Year: 2009

Description

About The Book

Yousef Haik presents the essential components of the design process in Part One of his book and follows with case studies to apply the process in Parts Two and Three. With explicit guidance, students learn that the design process is a set of procedures that will help them solve the engineering problems they encounter. Haik illustrates the critical steps of the design process, including articulating the problem, market analysis, function analysis, developing concepts, evaluating alternatives, and marketing. The content is presented so instructors can alter the sequence without having to change the presentation of the material. To facilitate hands-on learning and teamwork opportunities, the author provides labs and class-tested design projects developed by the author. Realizing that other professors may prefer to use different activities, the author has developed a Web Site for other instructors to submit labs or design projects and make them available to everyone. This Web Site includes a forum for instructors to exchange ideas and activities that encourage students to participate in design activities

Table Of Contents

PART I: ENGINEERING DESIGN PROCESS
1. Introduction
2. Design Tools
3. Needs and Goals
4. Market Analysis and Information Gathering
5. Establishing Functional Structure
6. Specifications
7. Developing Concepts
8. Concepts Evaluation
9. Embodiment Design
10. Cost Analysis
PART II: SAMPLE DESIGN PROJECTS
11. Sample Design Projects
PART III: DESIGN LABORATORY

12. Lab 1: Ice Breaking-Forming Teams
13. Lab 2: Team Dynamics
14. Lab 3: Building Your Own Web Page: Communication Tool
15. Lab 4: MS Project 2000 as a Tool for Project Management
16. Lab 5: Presentation Style
17. Lab 6: Ethics
18. Lab 7: Material Selection
19. Lab 8: Ergonomics
20. Lab 9: Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing
21. Lab 10: Reverse Engineering
22. Lab 11: Use of Pro/Mechanica for Structural Analysis

About The Author

FAMU-FSU College of Engineering, Ph.D., Mechanical Engineering, Florida State University

Features:

* Incorporates a consistent approach to teaching the engineering design process
* Uses examples throughout to show how the material is applied, and reinforces understanding with end-of-chapter activities for individuals and teams
* Presents laboratory experiments to help students adjust to working as teams