May 2, 2017

EBOOK - Engineering Design Process (Yousef Haik & Tamer M. Shahin)

EBOOK - Quy trình Thiết kế Kỹ thuật - Tác giả: Yousef Haik & Tamer M. Shahin (304 Trang).

Design remains the focal point of engineering disciplines; it is what distinguishes engineering from other scientific disciplines. Engineers throughout history have wrestled with problems of water not being where it is needed, of minerals not being close at hand, of building materials having to be moved. Ancient engineers were often called on to devise the means for erecting great monuments, for designing defenses against enemies, and for moving people and goods across rough terrain and even rougher water.
The word engineer originated in the eleventh century and is derived from the Latin origin “ingeniator” meaning one with “ingenium” or the clever one. Before the scientific revolution, ingenuity was demonstrated in many devices. These devices were built by using a simple principle of what works and why it works in this way. Adaptation from nature was prominent in this era. For example, Leonardo da Vinci earned the title Ingenere General for his flying device and his bridge design to connect Istanbul to Europe, amongst his many other inventions.
Galileo’s use of systematic explanation and scientific approach to tackle problems is regarded by historians as the landmark of structured engineering design that is based on scientific merits and mathematical presentation. Following the first Industrial Revolution, beginning in the eighteenth century, the French developed a university engineering education with emphasis on civil engineering, while the British pioneered mechanical engineering. The Industrial Revolution brought a proliferation of new machines and manufacturing techniques and provided an impetus for the growth of science and commerce on an international scale. During the second Industrial Revolution in the middle of nineteenth century, mass production and automation prevailed and were driven by many branches of engineering.

Chapter1 Introduction 2
Lab 1: Ethics 27
Lab 2: Ethics and Moral Frameworks 33
Chapter 2 Essential Transferrable Skills 42
Lab 3: Ice Breaking - Forming Teams 45
Lab 4: Team Dynamics 54
Lab 5: Project Management (Microsoft Project) 61
Lab 6: Presentation Style 90
Chapter 3 Identifying Needs and Gathering Information (Market Research) 98
Chapter 4 Customer Requirements 114
Lab 7: Kano Model Customer Needs Assessment 126
Chapter5 Establishing Functional Structure 132
Lab 8: Reverse Engineering 148
Chapter 6 Specifications 152
Chapter 7 Developing Concepts 172
Chapter 8 Concepts Evaluation 190
Chapter 9 Embodiment Design 212
Lab 9: Ergonomics 222
Chapter 10 Detailed Design 230
Lab 10: Material Selection Tutorial 239
Lab 11: Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing 243
Lab 12: Use of Pro/MECHANICA
Chapter11 Selection of Design Projects 270.



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