Pugh_Analysis_Aids_Design_Decisions

Pugh_Analysis_Aids_D - The Design Process Involves Creativity Conceptual design embodiment design and detail design are the three activities that

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The Design Process Involves Creativity Conceptual design, embodiment design and detail design are the three activities that separate the engineering design processes from the problem solving processes. Problem solving is done by nearly everyone, nearly every day. A problem, like ``my car won't start'' or ``how can we increase our market share'' can be solved by following the problem solving steps. However, these examples are not problems in engineering design because there is no conceptual design, no embodiment design, and no detail design. Don L. Dekker Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology
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Click to edit Master subtitle style Embodiment Design Converts Concepts into Reality Embodiment design consists of preliminary layouts and configurations, selecting the most desirable preliminary layouts and refining and evaluating against technical and economic criteria.
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planning Objectives: Define the overall geometric layout. Define the forms and composition of all components. Define the required production procedure.
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This note was uploaded on 06/10/2011 for the course EMA 7414 taught by Professor Mecholsky during the Spring '11 term at University of Florida.

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