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© Rob Silverstein 2010 All Rights Reserved The Art of Engineering The Art of Engineering Endeavors Endeavors Lecture 10 Lecture 10 February 17, 2010 Rob Silverstein
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© Rob Silverstein 2010 All Rights Reserved Refrigerated Packaging for Cosmeceuticals Refrigerated Packaging for Cosmeceuticals Conceptual Design Conceptual Design Thermo Thermo -electric Cooled Cavity with no Fan electric Cooled Cavity with no Fan High efficiency radiator Aluminum Heat Transfer Cup Insulation A A AA Thermo- electric Cooler Power cord Power Supply Insulated Base
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© Rob Silverstein 2010 All Rights Reserved Work Breakdown Structure Work Breakdown Structure Refrigerated Packaging for Cosmeceuticals Refrigerated Packaging for Cosmeceuticals Thermo-electric Cooled Cavity with no Fan Thermo-electric Cooled Cavity with no Fan Program Management – 1000 Finance - 1100 Scheduling and Planning - 1200 Contracts – 1300 QA – 1400 Reserve -1500 System Engineering – 2000 Requirements Analysis – 2100 Testing - 2200 Mechanical/Thermal – 3000 Cooling Chamber - 3100 Insulating Container – 3200 Cap – 3300 Radiator – 3400 Label - 3500 Electrical – 4000 Cooler – 4100 Power Supply - 4200 Manufacturing/Procurement – 5000 Component Procurement – 5100 Fabrication – 5200 Assembly – 5300 Tooling - 5400 Marketing – 6000 Customer Requirements – 6100 Packaging Design – 6200 Advertising – 6300 Sales - 6400
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© Rob Silverstein 2010 All Rights Reserved Organization Organization Program Manager Responsible for 1000, 2000 & 5000 Electrical Responsible for 4000 Mechanical Responsible for 3000 Marketing Responsible for 6000
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© Rob Silverstein 2010 All Rights Reserved Schedule and Milestones Schedule and Milestones Cosmeceuticals Package Cosmeceuticals Package Weeks April May June July Milestone 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 1. Kickoff Project 2. Hold Focus Groups on External Design 3. Complete Marketing Input to requirements 4. Complete requirements Analysis 5. Conceptual Design Freeze 6. Conceptual Design Review 7. Complete RFQ's for Cooler Source 8. Proposals due on Coolers 9. Complete Prototype 10. Validate Design and Performance 12. Select Cooler Source 13. Complete Preliminary Design 14. PDR 15. First Cooler delivery 16. Complete Testing of 1st Cooler
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© Rob Silverstein 2010 All Rights Reserved Measuring Cost and Schedule Performance Measuring Cost and Schedule Performance Cost Schedule Control System (CSCS) Cost Schedule Control System (CSCS) Milestones are used to gauge the cost and schedule performance of a project Earned Value Reporting Work Performed credit is earned for each Milestone (completed task) ‘Partial’ task completions earn no credit! The accumulation shows total program performance at any given time.
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