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Group Design and Management
Engineering and Construction
Pages 7 (1757 words)
Name Instructor Course title Date Group Design and Management: Tools and Techniques of Design Introduction Achieving any successful engineering design calls for application of several tools and techniques. These tools and techniques involved are such as Axiomatic, The Theory of Inventive Problem Solving (TRIZ), Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (FMEA), and FAST.
According to Suh, (1995), Axiomatic design provides the designer with a theoretical foundation based on processes which are logical and rational thought. Axiomatic design can also be used to create Functional Requirements (FRs) and Design Parameters (DPs). The creation of these two ensures that all necessary elements of design are incorporated thereby making it possible to narrow down to possible solutions. The other elements of axiomatic design inline with these are the customer attributes (CAs) and Process Variables (PVs). According to Cochran, et al. (2000, p. 12), the customer domain is characterized by the customer attributes that the customer is looking for in a process, product, system or any other object to be designed. Cochran et al continue to clarify that customer attributes are specified in terms of functional requirements and constraints in the functional domain. Therefore, functional requirements represent the real goals and objectives of the design. Expression of how one need to satisfy the functional requirements is done by design parameters. Then lastly, systems variables are stated in the process domain incase in order to arrive at a design solution specified by design parameters (p. 13). ...
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