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University of South Florida 1 Besterfield, Mech. Eng. 1 Concurrent Engineering (CE) Besterfield, Mech. Eng. 2 Outline l Introduction l Rationale For Implementation l Benefits l Teams l Communication Models l Implementation l Tools l l Summary Besterfield, Mech. Eng. 3 Introduction l Concurrent Engineering l Loosely: Using A Multi-Disciplinary Team To Conduct Conceptual Thinking, Product Design, l Simultaneous Or Parallel Engineering l Broadly: A Team Of Specialists Who Simultaneously Design & Develop A Product To Ensure Ease Of Producibility & Customer Satisfaction l Sequential Engineering l “Throw-It-Over-The-Wall” Besterfield, Mech. Eng. 4 Product Development Flowchart SEQUENTIAL ENGINEERING CONCURRENT ENGINEERING Design Verification Prototype Redesign Reverification Manufacturability Testability Serviceability Quality Reliability Assembly Design Verification Prototype Manufacturing Test Manufacturability Serviceability Testability Performance Cost Quality Product Def. Reprototype Test Generation Performance Cost Marketability Aesthetics Marketability Assembly Reliability Aesthetics Product Definition Engineering Business Customer Suppliers Manufacturing Besterfield, Mech. Eng. 5
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