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Engineering Design https://www.mheducation.com/cover-images/Jpeg_400-high/1260113299.jpeg 6 2021 9781260113297 The sixth edition of Engineering Design continues its tradition of being more oriented to material selection, design for manufacturing, and design for quality than other broad-based design texts. The text is intended to be used in either a junior or senior engineering design course with an integrated, hands-on design project. At the University of Maryland, we (the authors) present the design process material, Chapters 1 through 9, to junior students in a course introducing the design process. The whole text is used in the senior capstone design course that includes a complete design project, starting from selecting a market to creating a working prototype. Our intention is that students will consider this book to be a valuable part of their professional library. Toward this end we have continued and expanded the practice of giving key literature references and referrals to useful websites.
09781260113297
Engineering Design

Engineering Design, 6th Edition

ISBN10: 1260113299 | ISBN13: 9781260113297
By George Dieter, Linda Schmidt
© 2021

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The sixth edition of Engineering Design continues its tradition of being more oriented to material selection, design for manufacturing, and design for quality than other broad-based design texts. The text is intended to be used in either a junior or senior engineering design course with an integrated, hands-on design project. At the University of Maryland, we (the authors) present the design process material, Chapters 1 through 9, to junior students in a course introducing the design process. The whole text is used in the senior capstone design course that includes a complete design project, starting from selecting a market to creating a working prototype. Our intention is that students will consider this book to be a valuable part of their professional library. Toward this end we have continued and expanded the practice of giving key literature references and referrals to useful websites.

Chapter 1 Engineering Design Chapter 2 Product-Development Process 
Chapter 3 Team Behavior and Tools 
Chapter 4 Gathering Information
Chapter 5 Problem Definition and Need Identification 
Chapter 6 Concept Generation
Chapter 7 Decision Making and Concept Selection 
Chapter 8 Embodiment Design
Chapter 9 Detail Design
Chapter 10 Materials Selection
Chapter 11 Design for Manufacturing 
Chapter 12 Cost Evaluation
Chapter 13 Risk, Reliability, and Safety
Chapter 14 Quality, Robust Design, and Optimization
Chapter 15 Design for Sustainability and the Environment
Chapter 16 Design with Materials 
Chapter 17 Economic Decision Making 
Chapter 18 Legal and Ethical Issues in Engineering Design 
 Appendices A-1 
Author and Subject Indexes I-1

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George Dieter

Linda Schmidt

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