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THE MECHANICAL DESIGN PROCESS

The Mechanical Design Process has been used by thousands of engineering students and practitioners since 1992 to aid in developing quality, robust products. 

2019 by David G. Ullman

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:

  • Problem understanding

  • Concept generation

  • Concept selection

  • Decision making

  • Functional modeling

  • Product generation

  • Product evaluation

  • Team management

  • 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.

There are 13 case studies showing students how successful design engineers resolve difficult design problems.

 

Why teaching the design process during junior year is important for capstone project and internship success?

A four page paper describing how important this information is for student success.  The paper has been submitted to the 2018 Capstone Design Conference, Rochester N.Y., June 2018.