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sept25 - Sept 25/2006 Lectures 8and9 Need Identification...

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1 TEAM Sept 25/2006 Lectures 8and9 Need Identification and Problem Definition Textbook: Chapter 2, Chapter 5 (some of the methods are found in 5) Problem Definition Surveys, Benchmarking Function-means tree Design Process: Problem Statement Gather Information Concept Generation Evaluation Product Architecture Configuration Design Parametric Design Detail Design Conceptual Design Problem Definition Stage Input: The Client Statement Task: Clarify Design Objectives Establish User Requirements Identify Constraints Establish Functions Methods: Objectives Trees Pairwise comparison Function-Means Tree Functional Analysis Requirements Matrix Means: Literature Review Brainstorming Benchmarking Surveys and interviews Output: Revised Problem (Design) Statement Christian, a pastry chief, lost the full use of one of his arms and hand in a kitchen accident where he was badly burned. He wants to keep working at his craft but has found that his disability makes it difficult to perform tasks in the kitchen quickly and easily.
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