Engineering Design: A Materials and Processing Approach

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McGraw-Hill, 2000 - Technology & Engineering - 798 pages
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Intended for upper level design courses such as mechanical engineering design, materials/metallurgical design, and materials selection, this book presents the design process in broad context - showing how design relates to manufacturing or processing. The importance of linking and manufacturing at an early stage is reinforced throughout. The third edition has been reorganized so that the book starts directly with a consideration of the design process, and then goes on to show how design fits into society, the engineering organization, and technology innovation process. Much greater emphasis is given to ideas for conceptual design.

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I appreciate that it is a text that covers the design process for product design and development. Wish it covered a little more in depth in some areas but it is overall pretty good. Read full review

Contents

The Product Design Process
1
Need Identification and Problem Definition
55
Team Behavior and Tools
82
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About the author (2000)

George E. Dieter is Glenn L. Martin Institute Professor of Engineering at the University of Maryland.

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