THE MECHANICAL DESIGN PROCESS
Why Design Faculty choose The Mechanical Design Process
and The Mechanical Design Process Case Studies for their students.
Help your students develop good habits during:
Design for cost, assembly, manufacture, sustainability and more.
Whether teaching a course on the design process, a senior design course, or a capstone; there are many resources in The Mechanical Design Process that can help students learn how to be better design engineers.
In spite of its title, The Mechanical Design Process is a book for all product developers. It has been described as one of the best systems design books available. It is a must for design process, senior design, and capstone courses click here to see how this book can help your students and program be successful.
Provide your students with a holistic, systematic view of how to discover their customers’ needs and see them through to on-time, cost effective, quality products.
Table of Contents
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Chapter 1: Introduction to the Mechanical Design Process
Chapter 2: Understanding Mechanical Design
Chapter 3: Designers and Design Teams
Chapter 7: Concept Generation
Chapter 8: Concept Evaluation and Selection
Chapter 10: Product Evaluation for Performance and the Effects of Variation
Chapter 11: Product Evaluation: Design for Cost, Manufacture, Assembly, and Other Measures
Chapter 12: Wrapping up the Design process and Supporting the Product