Rudolph J. Eggert
- 出版商: Prentice Hall
- 出版日期: 2004-06-24
- 售價: $1,100
- 貴賓價: 9.5 折 $1,045
- 語言: 英文
- 頁數: 408
- 裝訂: Hardcover
- ISBN: 013143358X
- ISBN-13: 9780131433588
For design project courses in Mechanical, Aerospace, and Manufacturing Engineering.
This comprehensive text is a consistent, clear, and orderly presentation of the best engineering design methods and practices. Topics are presented in a timely and orderly fashion; each new topic progressively builds on the concepts and terminology introduced in earlier sections. The breadth and the depth of the material makes this text useful to both beginning and advanced students.
Table of Contents:
(NOTE: All Chapters begin with Learning Objectives and Introduction and end with Summary, References, Key Terms and Exercises)
Chapter 1: Getting the big picture
1.2 What is engineering design? 1.2.1 Engineering analysis. 1.2.2 Engineering design. 1.2.3 Design phases.
1.3 How does engineering design fit into the product realization process? 1.3.1 Product Realization Process: The big picture. 1.3.2 Economic life cycle of a product.
1.4 The manufacturing enterprise. 1.4.1 Engineering Roles. 1.4.2 Organization.
1.5 Concurrent engineering
1.6 Product realization: a professional team sport
Chapter 2: Defining and solving design problems
2.2 Product and process plant anatomy. 2.2.1 Product anatomy. 2.2.2 Process plant anatomy.
2.3 Types of design
2.4 Strategies for solving design problems
Chapter 3: Formulating a design problem
3.2 Obtaining a detailed understanding of the design problem. 3.2.1 Customer requirements. 3.2.2 Company requirements. 3.2.3 Engineering characteristics. 3.2.4 Constraints. 3.2.5 Customer satisfaction.
3.3 Information Sources
3.4 Quality Function Deployment/ House of Quality. 3.4.1 What is quality? 3.4.2 Quality Function Deployment. 3.4.3 House of Quality for Product Planning. 3.4.4 Downstream Houses of Quality.
3.5 Preparing and engineering design specification
3.6 Choosing a solution strategy
3.7 Establishing consensus among stakeholders
Chapter 4: Concept Design
4.2 Clarifying functional requirements. 4.2.1 Activity analysis. 4.2.2 Product component decomposition. 4.2.3 Product function decomposition.
4.3 Generating alternative concepts
4.4 Developing product concepts
4.5 Analyzing alternative concepts
4.6 Evaluating alternative concepts
4.7 Concept design phase communications
4.8 Intellectual Property
Chapter 5: Selecting materials
5.2 Mechanical properties
5.3 Physical properties
5.4 Material classes
5.5 Material selection methods
Chapter 6: Selecting manufacturing processes
6.2 Manufacturing processes
6.3 Costs of manufacturing
6.4 Process selection
Chapter 7: Configuration design
7.2 Generating configuration alternatives. 7.2.1 Product configuration. 7.2.2 Part configuration.
7.3 Analyzing and refining configuration alternatives. 7.3.1 Design for function. 7.3.2 Design for assembly. 7.3.3 Design for manufacture. 7.3.4 Refining the alternative configuration.
7.4 Evaluating configuration alternatives
7.5 Computer Aided Design
Chapter 8 Parametric design
8.2 Systematic steps in parametric design
8.3 Systematic parametric design: Belt and Pulley example. 8.3.1 Design Problem Formulation. 8.3.2 Generating and Analyzing. 8.3.3 Evaluating.
8.4 Design for robustness
8.5 Computer Aided Engineering
Chapter 9: Building and testing prototypes
9.2 Product and part testing
9.3 Building traditional prototypes
9.4 Building rapid prototypes
9.5 Testing prototypes
Chapter 10: Design for X: Failure, Safety, Tolerances, Environment
10.2 Failure Modes and Effects Analysis. 10.2.1 Failure modes, causes, effects, severity and detection. 10.2.2 Calculating the Risk Priority Number.
10.3 Design for Safety. 10.3.1 Safety Hazards. 10.3.2 Legal responsibilities. 10.3.3 Guidelines for safe products.
10.4 Tolerance Design. 10.4.1 Worst case tolerance design. 10.4.2 Statistical tolerance design. 10.4.3 Tolerance design guidelines.
10.5 Design for the Environment
Chapter 11: Human factors/ergonomics
11.2 Sensory input limitations. 11.2.1 Sight. 11.2.2 Hearing. 11.2.3 Touch/kinesthetic/vestibular.
11.3 Human decision making limitations
11.4 Human muscle output
11.5 Physical size limitations
11.6 Workspace consideration
Chapter 12: Introduction to engineering economics
12.2 Fundamental Concepts
12.3 Time value of money. 12.3.1 Single payment compound amount factor. 12.3.2 Single payment present worth factor. 12.3.3 Uniform series present worth factor. 12.3.4 Capital recovery factor. 12.3.5 Uniform series compound amount factor. 12.3.6 Uniform series sinking fund factor. 12.3.7 Gradient series factors.
12.4 Evaluating economic alternatives. 12.4.1 Present worth method. 12.4.2 Future worth method. 12.4.3 Equivalent uniform annual worth method. 12.4.4 Rate of return method. 12.4.5 Payback period.
12.5 Breakeven economics
Chapter 13: Detail design
13.2 Making detail design decisions
13.3 Communicating design and manufacturing information. 13.3.1 Graphic documents. 13.3.2 Written documents. 13.3.3 Oral presentations.
13.4 Product data management
Chapter 14: Projects, teamwork and ethics
14.2 Projects. 14.2.1 Planning a project. 14.2.2 Executing a project. 14.2.3 Closing a project.
14.3 Teamwork. 14.3.1 Elements of teamwork. 14.3.2 Stages of Team Development. 14.3.3 Effective team meeting. 14.3.4 Team Rules.
14.4 Ethics and the engineering profession. 14.4.1 Code of ethics. 14.4.2 Resolving ethical dilemmas.