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INNOVATIVE CONCEPTUAL DESIGN FOR NEW PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT Dr. Chu-Yi Wang Viterbi School of Engineering University of Southern California Los Angeles, CA 90089 U.S.A. ISE599: Innovative Conceptual Design for New Product Development (fall 2019)
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Slide 2 ISE599: Innovative Conceptual Design for New Product Development (fall 2019) Fall 2019 course schedule W Date Learning Activity and Subject Assignments 1 08/27 M1. Course Introduction and Overview 2 09/03 M2. Functional Design Individual Project 3 09/10 M3. Conceptual Design In-class exercise 1 4 09/17 M4. Concept Generation Phase Homework 1 Mini presentation 1 5 09/24 M5. Generation Phase I: Form a Dual-Hierarchy Design Concept by Logic Propositions In-class exercise 2 6 10/01 M6. Generation Phase II: Manage Functional Schematics by Functional Dependency Mini presentation 2 HW1 Due 7 10/08 M7. Generation Phase III: Select a Preliminary Concept by Physical Uncertainty In-class exercise 3 Homework 2 8 10/15 Individual Project Presentation IP Slides Due 9 10/22 M8. Concept Improvement Phase Team Project IP Report Due 10 10/29 M9. Concept Improvement Phase I: Eliminate Functional Coupling by TRIZ Inventive Principles In-class exercise 4 HW2 Due 11 11/05 M10. Concept Improvement Phase II: Manage Functional Coupling by Design Matrix Rearrangement Methods Homework 3 Mini presentation 3 TP Discussion 1 12 11/12 M11. Concept Improvement Phase III: Approach Ideality and Practicality by Design Coupling Sequence Method and Strategies Mini presentation 4 HW3 Due 13 11/19 M12. Case Studies- Application and demonstration In-class exercise 5 14 11/26 Guest Talk: Work as a Product Design Engineer/Manager; New Product Startup TP Discussion 2 15 12/03 M13. Case Study and Summary of the lectures Mini presentation 5 CaseStudy, PPA Due 16 12/10 (Study Day, no class) 17 12/17 The Team Project Presentation TP Slides&Report Due
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Mini-Presentation #1 (M1) ISE599: Innovative Conceptual Design for New Product Development (fall 2019) Slide 3 Hai-jung, Shih, [email protected] Preethi, Chaudhari, [email protected] Robert, Kancans, [email protected] Russell, Higgins, [email protected] Yugeng, Guo, [email protected]
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Individual Project Assignment: Think about its innovation opportunities To design an innovative system that prevents bad breath under some design constraints Steps: 4Ps, especially the emerging lifestyle Kano satisfactory features Choose your target: demand & function Use Verbs to describe functions Organize functions (later) Report Template was posted. Slide 4 ISE599: Innovative Conceptual Design for New Product Development (fall 2019)
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Any Questions? Slide 5 ISE599: Innovative Conceptual Design for New Product Development (fall 2019)
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In-class Design Exercise 1 Each team is required to find at least 3 different existing solutions (with photos/sketching) for preventing bad breath , and to abstract their problem, purpose, and people , respectively.
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