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2596701394 - ME2004 Project(Design and Make Dr David Yuen...

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1 ME2004 Project (Design and Make) Dr. David Yuen Lecturer, ME
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2 Concept Evaluation
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3 Concept Selection Perform Economic Analysis Benchmark Competitive Products Build and Test Models and Prototypes Identify Customer Needs Establish Target Specifications Generate Product Concepts Select Product Concept(s) Set Final Specifications Plan Downstream Development Mission Statement Test Product Concept(s) Development Plan
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4 Introduction to Concept Evaluation Techniques for choosing the best of these concepts for development into products Goal : Expend the least amount of resources on deciding which concepts have the highest potential for becoming a quality product
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5 Difficulties • Choosing which concepts are best when still have very limited knowledge and data to base selection • How soon to narrow down to a single concept • Go with one - may be too quick of a choice • Go with many - may spread resources too thin • No “correct” strategy …
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6 Concept Evaluation Techniques Concepts Quality Function Deployment Results Team Member’s Knowledge Feasibility Judgment Go/no-go screening using technology assessment Belief maps Advanced decision matrix Basic decision matrix Concepts worthy of refinement Robust decision making Either or both
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7 Evaluation Defined • Comparison and Decision Making – Itemizing alternatives and the criteria for their evaluation – Comparison of the alternatives to the criteria and to each other – Provides information necessary to make a decision
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8 Types of Comparisons Absolute - each alternative compared with some target set by criterion Relative - comparison of alternatives to each other using measures defined by the criteria • Can only do absolute comparison if there is a target; can only do relative comparison if have more than 1 alternative • Be consistent in language and level of abstraction
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9 Prototype Models
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This note was uploaded on 04/06/2010 for the course ME ME2004 taught by Professor Dr.yuen during the Spring '10 term at NYU Poly.

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