6.Which of the following activities of the design for six sigma (DFSS) focuses on creating and building a product idea and determining its functionality based upon customer requirements, technological capabilities, and economic realities? a.Detailed designb.Design verificationc.Concept developmentd.Design optimization 7.Which of the following activities of the design for six sigma (DFSS) focuses on developing specific requirements and design parameters such as specifications and tolerances to ensure that the product fulfills the functional requirements of the concept?
. 8.Which of the following activities of the design for six sigma (DFSS) seeks to refine designs to identify and eliminate potential failures, achieve high reliability, and ensure that it can be easily manufactured, assembled, or delivered in an environmentally-responsible manner? 9.Which of the following activities of the design for six sigma (DFSS) ensures that the quality level and reliability requirements of the product are achieved? 10.The DMADV process incorporates the principal activities of the design for six sigma. Which of the following activities included in DMADV focuses on identifying and understanding the market need or opportunity? a.Designb.Measurec.Analyze
d.Define 11.Which of the following activities included in the DMADV process gathers the voice of the customer, identifies the vital characteristics that are most important to customers, and outlinesthe functional requirements of the product that will meet customer needs? 12.Which of the following activities included in the DMADV process is focused on concept development from engineering and aesthetic perspectives and often includes the creation of drawings, virtual models, or simulations to develop and understand the functional characteristic of the product? 13.Which of the following activities included in the DMADV process focuses on developingdetailed specifications, purchasing requirements, and so on, so that the concept can be produced?
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