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Engineering Design Process 2nd Edition

Yousef Haik, Tamer M. Shahin, Sangarappillai Sivaloganathan

  • Published
  • Previous Editions 2003
  • 287 Pages

Overview

This book is dedicated to the essential components of the design process and uses case studies, labs, and group projects to show their application. With explicit guidance, students learn that the design process is a set of procedures that will help them solve engineering problems. Yousef Haik and Tamer Shahin illustrate the critical steps of the design process, including articulating the problem, market analysis, function analysis, developing concepts, evaluating alternatives, and marketing, while facilitating hands-on learning and teamwork opportunities through labs and class-tested design problems.

Yousef Haik, Hamad Bin Khalifa University

Yousef Haik is currently serving as a Professor of Sustainable Development at the College of Science and Engineering at Hamad Bin Khalifa University. His academic career has included appointments in engineering (Mechanical, Biomedical, Nanoengineering and Sustainable Development) and science (Medicinal Chemistry, Physics and Nanoscience) programs. His teaching and research interest include engineering design, nanotechnology, MEMS and fluid dynamics.

Tamer M. Shahin, Nuvian Corporation

Tamer Shahin is the Chief Executive officer at the Nuviun Company. He served as an Associate Professor in Mechanical Engineering at The Petroleum Institute, United Arab Emirates University, as well as at King’s College London, UK. His teaching and research interests include engineering design process, computer-aided design, product innovation and process management, engineering ethics, and design automation and optimization.

Sangarappillai Sivaloganathan, United Arab Emirates University

Sangarappillai Sivaloganthan is an Associate Professor in Mechanical Engineering at the United Arab Emirates University. Prior to joining UAEU, he was an Associate Professor at Brunel University, UK. His teaching and research interests include the engineering design process, computer-aided design, product innovation and process management.
  • Pedagogy has been redesigned to include many new topics such as Professionalism and Ethics, and Essential Transferable Skills.
  • Design Labs have been integrated into the chapters in order to reinforce team work as part of the design process.
  • Includes presentation options for students with or without previous engineering coursework, allowing you to alter the sequence without changing the material.
  • Incorporates a consistent approach to teaching the engineering design process: identification of a need and setting goals, market analysis, specifications and constraints, function analysis, generating concepts, evaluating alternatives, analysis, experiment, and marketing.
  • Introduces students to the prerequisite considerations for beginning the design process including scheduling, human factors, safety considerations, and presentation style.
  • Uses examples throughout to show how the material is applied, and reinforces understanding with individual and team activities at the end of each chapter.
  • Presents laboratory experiments to help students adjust to working in teams; other design projects involve material selection, ergonomics, FEM analysis, geometric tolerance, and scheduling.
  • Covers important topics for today's student such as Essential Transferable Skills, and Reverse Engineering.
1. INTRODUCTION.
Objectives. Definition of Engineering Design. Importance and Challenges of Engineering Design. Introduction to Systematic Design. Design Process. Professionalism and Ethics. Lab 1: Ethics. Problems. Selected Bibliography.

2. ESSENTIAL TRANSFERABLE SKILLS.
Objectives. Working in Teams. Lab 2: Ice-Breaking – Forming Teams. Lab 3: Team Dynamics. Scheduling. Lab 4: Project Management (Microsoft Project). Research Skills. Technical Writing and Presentation. Presentation Style. Lab 5: Presentation Style. Problems. Selected Bibliography.

3. IDENTIFYING NEEDS AND GATHERING INFORMATION (MARKET ANALYSIS)
Objectives. Problem Definition: Need Statement. Gathering Information: Clarifying the Need. How to Conduct a Market Analysis. Relevant Information Resources. Web Tools. Case Study: Automatic Aluminum Can Crusher. Problems. Selected Bibliography.

4. CUSTOMER REQUIREMENTS.
Objectives. Identifying Customer Requirements. Prioritizing Customer Requirements. Case Study: Automatic Aluminum Can Crusher – Requirements. Organizing Customer Requirements – Objective Tree. Case Study: Automatic Aluminum Can Crusher – Objective Tree. Problems. Team Activities. Selected Bibliography

5. ESTABLISHING FUNCTIONAL STRUCTURE
Objectives. Functions. Function Decomposition and Structure. Detailed Procedure to Establish Functional Structures. Function Structure Examples. Reverse Engineering. Reverse Engineering Example – Paper Stapler. Lab 6: Reverse Engineering. Problems. Team Activities. Selected Bibliography.

6. SPECIFICATIONS.
Objectives. Performance Specification Method. Case Study Specification Table: Automatic Can Crusher. Quality Function Deployment Method. House of Quality: Automatic Can Crusher. Problems. Team Activities. Individual Activities. Selected Bibliography.

7. DEVELOPING CONCEPTS.
Objectives. Developing Working Structures. Steps to Develop Concepts from Functions. Brainstorming. Creativity. Developing Concepts – Samples. Problems. Team Activities. Individual Activities. Selected Bibliography.

8. CONCEPTS EVALUATION.
Objectives. Sketch Assembly of Alternatives. Evaluating Conceptual Alternatives. Concepts Evaluation: Machine Shop Kit. Concepts Evaluation: Automatic Can Crusher. Problems. Team Activities. Individual Activities. Selected Bibliography.

9. EMBODIMENT DESIGN.
Objectives. Product Drawings. Prototype. Design for "X". Safety Considerations. Human Factors. Lab 7: Ergonomics. Problems. Team Activities. Selected Bibliography.

10. DETAILED DESIGN.
Objectives. Analysis. Material Selection. Material Selection Theory – An Introduction. Bill of Material. Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing. Lab 8: Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing. Lab 9: Use of Pro/MECHANICA® for Structural Analysis. Analysis Example: Mechanical Vegetable Harvesting Machine. Cost Analysis. Costs Classifications. Cost Estimate Methods. Labor Costs. Product Pricing. Problems. Team Activities. Individual Activities. Selected Bibliography.

11. SAMPLE DESIGN PROJECTS.
Design Project Rules. Aluminum Can Crusher. Coin Sorting Contest. Model (Toy) Solar Car. Workshop Training Kit. Shopping Carts. Mechanical Vents. All Terrain Vehicle. Pocket-sized Umbrella. Model of Therapeutic Wheelchair. Disposable Blood Pump. Newspaper Vending Machine. Peace Corps Group Projects.
INDEX.

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  • ISBN-10: 1133377505
  • ISBN-13: 9781133377504
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Companion Website

ISBN: 9781305253193
A free companion website includes lessons for online-only Chapters 13-22, as well as project pages, 30 hours of free lectures, and a link to free downloadable PTC Creo Student Edition software.