Final Exam Points Recapture

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Final Exam Points Recapture Memorandum December 6, 2011 To: Dr. Michel Moreno ENGR 111 Professor From: Spencer Montgomery Group 24 – Section 518 Subject: Engineering Design Process Technical Memorandum Purpose and Background: Engineering design is the process of applying various techniques and scientific principles for the purpose of designing a device. This process outlines the steps necessary for an engineer to turn an idea into a product ready for production. Procedure: The engineering design process has ten steps that should be accomplished in sequential order. The ten steps are listed below. 1.) Identification of Need 2.) Background Research 3.) Goal Statement 4.) Performance Specifications 5.) Ideation and Invention 6.) Analysis 7.) Selection 8.) Detailed Design 9.) Prototyping and Testing 10.) Production The first step of the engineering design process, “Identification of Need”, is typically provided to the engineer by a client, but can also originate from an idea the engineer had. There have been
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