Product design specification
About: Product design specification is a(n) research topic. Over the lifetime, 5057 publication(s) have been published within this topic receiving 109601 citation(s).
Papers published on a yearly basis
01 Jan 1995
TL;DR: This paper presents a meta-modelling framework for modeling uncertainty in the value of money and the net present value technique, and some examples show how this framework can be applied to product development economics.
Abstract: Chapter 1 Introduction Chapter 2 Development Processes and Organizations Chapter 3 Product Planning Chapter 4 Identifying Customer Needs Chapter 5 Product Specifications Appendix Concept -Scoring Matrix Example Chapter 6 Concept Generation Chapter 7 Concept Selection Appendix A Concept-Screening Matrix Example Appendix B Concept-Scoring Matrix Example Chapter 8 Concept Testing Appendix Estimating Market Sizes Chapter 9 Product Architecture Chapter 10 Industrial Design Chapter 11 Design for Manufacturing Appendix A Material Costs Appendix B Component Manufacturing Costs Appendix C Assembly Costs Appendix D Cost Structures Chapter 12 Prototyping Chapter 13 Robust Design Appendix Orthogonal Arrays Chapter 14 Patents and Intellectual Property Appendix A Trademarks Appendix B Advice to Individual Inventors Chapter 15 Product Development Economics Appendix A Time Value of Money and the Net Present Value Technique Appendix B Modeling Uncertain Cash Flow Using Net Present Value Analysis Chapter 16 Managing Projects Appendix Design Structure Matrix Example
•14 Sep 2011
TL;DR: The paper is intended to raise awareness of the far-reaching implications of the architecture of the product, to create a vocabulary for discussing and addressing the decisions and issues that are linked to product architecture, and to identify and discuss specific trade-offs associated with the choice of a product architecture.
Abstract: Product architecture is the scheme by which the function of a product is allocated to physical components. This paper further defines product architecture, provides a typology of product architectures, and articulates the potential linkages between the architecture of the product and five areas of managerial importance: (1) product change; (2) product variety; (3) component standardization; (4) product performance; and (5) product development management. The paper is conceptual and foundational, synthesizing fragments from several different disciplines, including software engineering, design theory, operations management and product development management. The paper is intended to raise awareness of the far-reaching implications of the architecture of the product, to create a vocabulary for discussing and addressing the decisions and issues that are linked to product architecture, and to identify and discuss specific trade-offs associated with the choice of a product architecture.
01 Feb 1991
Abstract: Introduction The Framework: An Information Paradigm Competition and Product Development in the World Auto Industry Performance of Product Development Process and Organization in Product Development Project Strategy: Managing Complexity Manufacturing Capability in Product Development Integrating Problem Solving Cycles Realizing Product Concepts in Product Design Overall Patterns of Effective Product Development The Future of Product Development in the Auto Industry General Management Implications in Product Development.
01 Mar 1992
Abstract: 1 Why Study the Design Process? 2 Describing Mechanical Design Problems and Process 3 Designers and Design Teams 4 The Design Process 5 Project Definition and Planning 6 Understanding the Problem and the Development of Engineering Specifications 7 Concept Generation 8 Concept Evaluation 9 The Product Design Phase 10 Product Generation 11 Product Evaluation for Performance and the Effects of Variation 12 Product Evaluation for Cost, Manufacture, Assembly, and other Measures 13 Launching and Supporting the Product Appendixes A Properties of 25 Materials Most Commonly Used in Mechanical Design B Normal Probability C The Factor of Safety as a Design Variable D Human Factors in Design E TRIZ F Belief Map Masters
26 Jan 2021
Abstract: About the Author. Acknowledgements. Introduction. Part One: Understanding Design. 1. The Nature of Design. Design Activities. Design Problems. Problem Structures. 2. Design Ability. What Designers Say. How Designers Think. Learning to Design. 3. The Design Process. Descriptive Models. Prescriptive Models. An Integrative Model. Part Two: Doing Design. 4. New Design Procedures. Systematic Procedures. Design Methods. Creative Methods. Rational Methods. 5. Identifying Opportunities. The User Scenarios Method. 6. Clarifying Objectives. The Objectives Tree Method. 7. Establishing Functions. The Function Analysis Method. 8. Setting Requirements. The Performance Specification Method. 9. Determining Characteristics. The Quality Function Deployment Method. 10. Generating Alternatives. The Morphological Chart Method. 11. Evaluating Alternatives. The Weighted Objectives Method. 12. Improving Details. The Value Engineering Method. Part Three: Managing Design. 13. Design Strategies. What is a Design Strategy? Frameworks for Action. Strategy Control. Setting Strategies and Choosing Tactics. 14. Product Development. Product Design. Product Planning. Product Innovation. References. Index.