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Unformatted text preview: Oct 2.:‘2006 Lectures ‘I1& 12 E I f Ob. . T Need Identification and Problem Definition xamp e O Jecnves ree - Chapter 5 Design Process: Weighting Objectives: Pair Wise Problem Gather Concept Evaluation Statement Information Generatlon Comparison Product Configuration __ Parametric Detail rchitecture D939“ Design Design I This type of comparison can help the team choose a E subset of designs for preliminary analysis I. Client Statement: . | wart :-:- go "'rc-m ho to st “2:”: Des'gn Process: I p bl Concept Problem (De5ign) Statement Generation Prof. Woodhouse requires transportation from her home to school. She needs to reliably travel to school and back on a daily basis. She would prefer a mode oftranspOItation that is environmentally friendly. However. she must Product COMPW‘G“ Parametric make the trip in less than 1 hour from Richmond A’Chtectur‘a Dew” DeSiQ” Hill. and does not want to spend more than 5100 § per month. 1 -i_-3i‘-:e|::.ial Ii'es gin Concept Generation and Evaluation Input: Revised Problem Statement Detailed Objectives. User Requirements Constraintsfunctions _ I _ _ __ Task: Generate and evaluate design alternatives GOBISFUMBCIIVES Enwronment Rellflhllll'y' Ease of I _ Use Methods: Brainstonnlng Functional Decomposition Morphological Charts Decision Matrices Recall: Pair Wise Comparison Conceptual designls) Objectives Tree fl J; 5’ Problem (Design) Statement Swill-'9 SYS‘em 11pt Scale Des crlption Prof. Woodhouse requires transportation from her U Useless Solution _ home to school. She needs to reliably travel to 1 Very inadequate BOILING“ school and back on a dailyr basis. She would 2 ‘t'tieak Solution 3 4 prefer a mocle of transportation that is PoorSolution environmentallyfriendly. However‘ she must Tolerable Solution make the trip in less than 'I hour from Richmond Satisfactory Solution Hill,and does not want to spend more than $100 Good solution with a few drawbacks per month. Good Solution Very good solution Excellent [exceeds requirements] 5 Ideal Solution Weighted Decision Matrix 3 Relisals ----- ----- ----- Schedang 1 2 ...
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