2010-Engineering_Design-7-1

2010-Engineering_Design-7-1 - 1 Chap 8 Concept...

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1 Computational Solid Mechanics and Design Lab. Chap. 8 Concept Evaluation/Selection • Goal To expend the least amount of resources on deciding which concepts have the highest potential for becoming a quality product • Difficulties We must choose which concepts to spend time with limited knowledge and data Evaluation Comparison, Decision making Refine
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2 Computational Solid Mechanics and Design Lab. Chap. 8 Concept Evaluation/Selection Design Process Paradox
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3 Computational Solid Mechanics and Design Lab. Chap. 8 Concept Evaluation/Selection Design Phases & Actions
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4 Computational Solid Mechanics and Design Lab. Chap. 8 Concept Evaluation/Selection Manufacturing Cost committed
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5 Computational Solid Mechanics and Design Lab. Chap. 8 Concept Evaluation/Selection
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6 Computational Solid Mechanics and Design Lab. Chap. 8 Concept Evaluation/Selection Decision-making flow
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7 Computational Solid Mechanics and Design Lab. Chap. 8 Concept Evaluation/Selection Design Evaluation Cycles
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8 Computational Solid Mechanics and Design Lab. Chap. 8 Concept Evaluation/Selection Design Activities
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Computational Solid Mechanics and Design Lab. Firming Up Procedure necessary data for most promising combination of principles rough calculation based on simplified assumptions rough sketch of possible layouts, forms, space requirements preliminary experiments or model tests analogue modeling and system simulation
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This note was uploaded on 11/21/2010 for the course MECHANICAL mae302 taught by Professor Jang during the Spring '10 term at Seoul National.

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2010-Engineering_Design-7-1 - 1 Chap 8 Concept...

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