While this book follows up Suh's 1990 monograph, Principles of Design, is substantially different in both content and approach. This is a textbook designed for graduate students and professional engineers. After covering the fundamental principles of axiomatic design in the first three chapters, it deals with design of systems, software, materials and materials processing, manufacturing systems, and product design. This volume contains case studies and research gathered over the last ten years since the publication of its predecessor.
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Descrizione libro Oxford University Press, 2001. Condizione libro: New. Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: PrefaceAcknowledgmentsOn the MIT-Pappalardo Series of Mechanical Engineering BooksOn the CIRP Design Book Series1. Introduction to Axiomatic Design1.1. Introduction1.2. Current State of Design Practice1.3. Who Are the Designers? How Do We Design? What Is Design?1.4. What Is the Ultimate Goal of Axiomatic Design?1.5. Role of Axioms in Development of Science and Technology: A Historical Perspective1.6. Axiomatic Approach versus Algorithmic Approach1.7. Axiomatic Design Framework1.7.1. The Concept of Domains1.7.2. Definitions1.7.3. Mapping from Customer Needs to Functional Requirements1.7.4. The First Axiom: The Independence Axiom1.7.5. Ideal Design, Redundant Design, and Coupled Designs: A Matter of Relative Numbers of DPs and FRs1.7.6. Examples Involving Decoupling of Coupled Designs1.7.7. Decomposition, Zigzagging, and Hierarchy1.7.8. Requirements for Concurrent Engineering1.7.9. The Second Axiom: The Information Axiom1.7.10. Reduction of the Information Content: Robust Design18.104.22.168. Elimination of Bias22.214.171.124. Reduction of Variance1.7.11. Reduction of the Information Content through Integration of DPs1.7.12. Designing with Incomplete Information1.8. Common Mistakes Made by Designers1.9. Comparison of Axiomatic Design with Other Methodologies1.10. SummaryReferencesAppendix 1A Corollaries and TheoremsHomework2. One-FR Design, the Information Axiom, and Robust Design2.1. Introduction2.2. Introduction to One-FR Design2.2.1. One-FR Design versus Multi-FR Design2.2.2. Minimization of the Information Content2.3. Design Issues for the One-FR Design2.4. One-FR Design and Information Content2.4.1. One-FR Design with No Constraints126.96.36.199. Robustness through Lower Stiffness188.8.131.52. Stiffness and Response Rate184.108.40.206. Robust Design by Making the System "Immune" to Variation2.4.2. One-FR Design with Constraints2.4.3 Nonlinear One-FR Design with Constraints. 2.5. Elimination of Bias and Reduction of Variance2.6. Robust Design2.6.1. Determination of Tolerances for Robust Design2.6.2. Effect of Noise on FRs in Design and Manufacturing2.6.3. Robustness and the Rate of Response in Nonlinear Design2.7. Design Process2.8. SummaryReferencesAppendix 2A Stress in a Thick Wall TubeAppendix 2B Discrete Random Variables: Expected Values, Variance, and Standard DeviationAppendix 2C Continuous Random Variables: Expected Value, Variance, Standard Deviation, and Multivariate Random VariablesHomework3. Multi-FR Design3.1. Introduction3.2. Brief Review of Axiomatic Theory for Multi-FR Designs3.3. The Independence Axiom and the Information Axiom: Their Implications for a Multi-FR Design Task3.4. On Ideal Multi-FR Design3.5. Uncoupled and Decoupled Multi-FR Designs3.5.1. Propagation of Tolerances in Uncoupled, Decoupled, and Coupled Designs and Its Implications for Design Robustness3.5.2. Examples of Mulit-FR Design3.6. Information Content, Complexity, and Noise of Multi-FR Design3.6.1. The Relationship between Complexity and Information Content3.6.2. Determination of Information Content of Uncoupled, Decoupled, and Coupled Designs3.6.3. Accommodating Noise in the Design Process3.7. Integration of DPs to Minimize the Information Content3.8. Nonlinear Multi-FR Design3.9. Design of Dispatching Rules and Schedules: Avoiding Traffic Congestion3.9.1. Dispatching Rules and the Independence Axiom3.9.2. Scheduling3.10. Axiomatic Design Basis for Robust Design3.10.1. One-FR Design3.10.2. Multi-FR Design3.10.3. Information Content of Multi-FR Design3.11. SummaryReferencesAppendix 3A. Independence of the Two Design AxiomsAppendix 3B. Corollaries and Theorems Related to Information and ComplexityAppendix 3C. Probability of Success of Decoupled and Uncoupled Designs When There Is No BiasAppendix 3D. Why Coupling in Design Should Be AvoidedHomework4. Design of Systems4.1. Introduction4.2. Issues Related to System Design4.3. Classification of Systems4.4. Axiomatic Design Theory for Fixed Systems4. Codice libro della libreria ABE_book_new_0195134664
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