LECTURE 1 Fall 2011

LECTURE 1 Fall 2011 - Logistics and Announcements Lo...

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Logistics and Announcements September 14, 2011 ubmission of groups and volunteers for S1 Submission of groups and volunteers for CS1. Anyone left outside a group? abs start next week (week of September 19 2011) Labs start next week (week of September 19, 2011) Lab attendance is mandatory and records will be kept. eccano ts will be distributed during lab time Meccano kits will be distributed during lab time. A borrowing contract has to be signed by the team leader. idterm Exam: October 19, 2011. Is it OK ES! Midterm Exam: October 19, 2011. Is it OK? YES! The final course outline will be available next week.
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ENGR 2310U Concurrent Engineering and Design Lecture #1 otal Quality Development Total Quality Development QD (TQD) Prof. Remon Pop-Iliev, Ph.D, P.Eng. Wednesday, September 14, 2011, 2:10-3:30 PM, UA1350 Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science yg g p p University of Ontario Institute of Technology
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What is Total Quality Development? Total Quality Development is the modern way of developing new products that will be competitive in the global economy. It combines: The best engineering. The best management. The best teamwork. The resulting improvements are: Greatly reduced development time. Reduction in all costs. igher quality Combined, these improvements greatly increase USTOMER SATISFACTION. Higher quality. Increased product variety. Slide 3 CUSTOMER SATISFACTION.
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hat is quality? What is quality? Quality is commonly defined as: “the overall level of product excellence” Prior quality control methods were primarily aimed at fixing a problem during or after manufacturing. Poor quality is not acceptable any more! uality is making money out of satisfying Quality is making money out of satisfying customers. Quality comes first” (CEO of Jaguar Cars) Slide 4
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What is development? At the core of all development work is concept creation. New technological concepts are created by combining: e knowledge of gineering science he study of physics and materials) the knowledge of engineering science (the study of physics and materials), with technological insights , achieve a ew idea ften described as: e creative rearrangement of to achieve a new idea , often described as: the creative rearrangement of physics and materials. Rearrangement examples: (i) the ICE versus steam engine, (ii) fixed wing aircraft vs. helicopters. etc. To be able to rearrange physics, chemistry and materials, a sound rounding in the engineering sciences is required grounding in the engineering sciences is required. We cannot invent a new mechanism if we have never seen a mechanism. The education and experience then provide the technological insights that e the springboard to new technology are the springboard to new technology.
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