Product Design and Development7th Edition
Designed for use in the interdisciplinary courses on product development as well as by practicing professionals, the book strikes a balanced approach between theory and practice through the authors’ emphasis on methods.
Chapter 1 Introduction
Chapter 2 Product Development Process and Organization
Chapter 3 Opportunity Identification
Chapter 4 Product Planning
Chapter 5 Identifying Customer Needs
Chapter 6 Product Specifications
Chapter 7 Concept Generation
Chapter 8 Concept Selection
Chapter 9 Concept Testing
Chapter 10 Product Architecture
Chapter 11 Industrial Design
Chapter 12 Design for Environment
Chapter 13 Design for Manufacturing and Supply Chain
Chapter 14 Prototyping
Chapter 15 Robust Design
Chapter 16 Patents and Intellectual Property
Chapter 17 Service Design
Chapter 18 Product Development Economics
Chapter 19 Project Management
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