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
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