2010-Engineering_Design-10-1

2010-Engineering_Design-10-1 - 1 Chap. 10 Production...

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1 Computational Solid Mechanics and Design Lab. 10**-1 10**-2 10**-3 10**-4 10**-5 10**-6 10**-7 10**-8 10**-8 10**-9 10**-16 10**-10 10**-24 10**-11 10**-32 10**-12 10**-40 모호 10**-13 10**-48 준순 10**-14 10**-56 수유 10**-15 10**-64 순식 10**-16 10**-72 탄지 10**-17 10**-80 찰나 10**-18 10**-88 육덕 10**-19 10**-96 허공 10**-20 10**-104 청정 10**-21 10**-112 Chap. 10 Production Evaluation
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2 Computational Solid Mechanics and Design Lab. 억 10**8 조 10**12 10**16 경 10**16 10**24 해 10**20 10**32 자 10**24 10**40 양 10**28 10**48 구 10**32 10**56 간 10**36 10**64 정 10**40 10**72 재 10**44 10**80 극 10**48 10**88 항하사 10**52 (56) 10**96 아승기 10**56 (64) 10**104 나유타 10**60 (72) 10**112 불가사의 10**64 (80) 10**120 무량대수 10**68 (88) 10**128 Chap. 10 Production Evaluation Googol 10**100
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3 Computational Solid Mechanics and Design Lab. Chap. 10 Production Evaluation Goal 1: Comparison Performance of Product to Engineering Specification Goal 2: Tracking changes made in the function of the product function concept product (functions are there refined!) What benefit from refining the function model functional breakdown functions(product must do) can be kept clear refinement of the functional decomposition Tracking the evolution of function The desired The reality
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4 Computational Solid Mechanics and Design Lab. Chap. 10 Production Evaluation
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5 Computational Solid Mechanics and Design Lab. Goals of performance evaluation Evaluation of the product design relative to targets for engineering requirements • Result in numerical engineering measures for comparison and more refined product • Give indication about which features to modify and by how much (accuracy, precision) • Include the influence of variations due to manufacturing, aging effects, and environmental changes: insensitivity to noises quality, robust design use several types of models
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6 Computational Solid Mechanics and Design Lab. Goals of performance evaluation
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Computational Solid Mechanics and Design Lab. Goals of performance evaluation
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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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