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Opis: Design for Profitability - Salah Ahmed Mohamed Elmoselhy

Since the success of products significantly depends on the quality of product performance, inadequate management of the product design process can lead to improper performance of products that can result in significant long-term business losses. Design for Profitability: Guidelines to Cost Effectively Manage the Development Process of Complex Products presents a design guideline for complex product design and development that enables you to cost-effectively improve the technical performance of your products and consequently improve your competitiveness in the marketplace as well as improve profitability. The book helps you improve the competitiveness of your organization in the market and eventually improve profitability. It presents a mobile robots design guideline based on an empirical study of the mobile robots design process. This is an unprecedented guideline based on the empirical investigation of the internal aspects of the design process of complex products for cost-effectively enhancing the competitiveness in the market. The book also presents a hybrid lean-agile design paradigm for mobile robots. In addition, it points out key approaches and risks to manage the product development process efficiently. In designing complex products and integrated systems, industrial designers face a dilemma of cost-effectively striking a balance between product development time and product performance attributes. This book shows how and when value is added in product design and development through identifying statistically the most and least correlated design activities and strategies to product performance attributes. Introducing a new paradigm in the field of engineering design, the book gives you key approaches to efficiently manage the product development process. "Through analyzing design of experiments and correlating positive/negative effects, the author has summarized a guide for designers and developers to ensure product development and product performance are cost effectively balanced. The author has been able to give important clues to where product developers should focus or avoid additional resource effort in successful complex product development." -Doug Evans, SuncorAnalysis and Modelling of the Product Development Process Product Versus Process in Developing Complex Products Models and Methods of Conducting Product Design and Development Industry and Profitability Dimensions of and Approaches to Managing the Product Development Process Approaches to Understanding and Managing the Product Development Process Dimensions of the Interdisciplinary Design Process of Complex Products Recommended Approach to Understanding and Managing the Product Development Process Research Methodologies to Understand the Product Development Process Research Methodologies to Understand the Product Development Process Research Methods and Phases in Engineering Design Management Other Classifications of Research Methodologies to Understand the Product Development Process Types of Data Sampling Statistical Errors Data Collection Methods Engineering Design Experiments Selected Industrial Sectors for the Experiments Research Questions Research Hypotheses Research Validity and Verification Recommended Research Methodology Design Experiments: Description and Outcome Quasi-Experiment Research Quasi-Experiments Research Outcome Statistical Analysis' Results on the Experiments' Outcomes Results of Analysis of Bivariate Correlation with the Technical Attributes of Product Success Results of Analysis of Bivariate Correlation of the Positively Correlated Design Activity with the Technical Attributes of Product Success Results of Analysis of Bivariate Correlation of the Negatively Correlated Design Activity with the Technical Attributes of Product Success Results of Dependency Analysis Using Bivariate Correlation and Partial Correlation Analyses Reliability Analysis Results Assumptions in the Reliability Analysis Verification and Validation of the Results of the Quasi- Experiments Research Validation and Verification of the Hybrid Approach Through Case Studies Implication of Percentage of Variation in Technical Performance Due to the Design Variables (r2) Implications and Conclusions of Research Findings Activities and Strategies of the System Design Dimension That Are Correlated and Uncorrelated with the Technical Attributes of Product Success Design Activities and Strategies of the Project Management Dimension That Are Correlated and Uncorrelated with the Technical Attributes of Product Success Design Activities and Strategies of the Mechanical Subsystem Dimension That Are Correlated and Uncorrelated with the Technical Attributes of Product Success Activities and Strategies of the Electronics Subsystem Dimension That Are Correlated and Uncorrelated Design with the Technical Attributes of Product Success Design Activities and Strategies of the Software Subsystem Dimension That Are Correlated and Uncorrelated with the Technical Attributes of Product Success Implications of the Experimental Observations Implications of the Research Hypotheses Implications of the Main Findings of the Statistical Analysis Hybrid Lean-Agile Design Paradigm Conclusions of the Quasi-Experiments Summary and Major Contributions Concluding Remarks and Future Research Directions Concluding Remarks Directions for Future Research Appendix A: Design Management Research Questionnaire on the Integrated Design Project Appendix B: Design Management Research Questionnaire on the Structural Design Project Appendix C: Design Activities and Strategies References Index


Szczegóły: Design for Profitability - Salah Ahmed Mohamed Elmoselhy

Tytuł: Design for Profitability
Autor: Salah Ahmed Mohamed Elmoselhy
Producent: Productivity Press Inc
ISBN: 9781498726986
Rok produkcji: 2015
Ilość stron: 248
Oprawa: Twarda
Waga: 0.52 kg


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Design for Profitability

Since the success of products significantly depends on the quality of product performance, inadequate management of the product design process can lead to improper performance of products that can result in significant long-term business losses. Design for Profitability: Guidelines to Cost Effectively Manage the Development Process of Complex Products presents a design guideline for complex product design and development that enables you to cost-effectively improve the technical performance of your products and consequently improve your competitiveness in the marketplace as well as improve profitability. The book helps you improve the competitiveness of your organization in the market and eventually improve profitability. It presents a mobile robots design guideline based on an empirical study of the mobile robots design process. This is an unprecedented guideline based on the empirical investigation of the internal aspects of the design process of complex products for cost-effectively enhancing the competitiveness in the market. The book also presents a hybrid lean-agile design paradigm for mobile robots. In addition, it points out key approaches and risks to manage the product development process efficiently. In designing complex products and integrated systems, industrial designers face a dilemma of cost-effectively striking a balance between product development time and product performance attributes. This book shows how and when value is added in product design and development through identifying statistically the most and least correlated design activities and strategies to product performance attributes. Introducing a new paradigm in the field of engineering design, the book gives you key approaches to efficiently manage the product development process. "Through analyzing design of experiments and correlating positive/negative effects, the author has summarized a guide for designers and developers to ensure product development and product performance are cost effectively balanced. The author has been able to give important clues to where product developers should focus or avoid additional resource effort in successful complex product development." -Doug Evans, SuncorAnalysis and Modelling of the Product Development Process Product Versus Process in Developing Complex Products Models and Methods of Conducting Product Design and Development Industry and Profitability Dimensions of and Approaches to Managing the Product Development Process Approaches to Understanding and Managing the Product Development Process Dimensions of the Interdisciplinary Design Process of Complex Products Recommended Approach to Understanding and Managing the Product Development Process Research Methodologies to Understand the Product Development Process Research Methodologies to Understand the Product Development Process Research Methods and Phases in Engineering Design Management Other Classifications of Research Methodologies to Understand the Product Development Process Types of Data Sampling Statistical Errors Data Collection Methods Engineering Design Experiments Selected Industrial Sectors for the Experiments Research Questions Research Hypotheses Research Validity and Verification Recommended Research Methodology Design Experiments: Description and Outcome Quasi-Experiment Research Quasi-Experiments Research Outcome Statistical Analysis' Results on the Experiments' Outcomes Results of Analysis of Bivariate Correlation with the Technical Attributes of Product Success Results of Analysis of Bivariate Correlation of the Positively Correlated Design Activity with the Technical Attributes of Product Success Results of Analysis of Bivariate Correlation of the Negatively Correlated Design Activity with the Technical Attributes of Product Success Results of Dependency Analysis Using Bivariate Correlation and Partial Correlation Analyses Reliability Analysis Results Assumptions in the Reliability Analysis Verification and Validation of the Results of the Quasi- Experiments Research Validation and Verification of the Hybrid Approach Through Case Studies Implication of Percentage of Variation in Technical Performance Due to the Design Variables (r2) Implications and Conclusions of Research Findings Activities and Strategies of the System Design Dimension That Are Correlated and Uncorrelated with the Technical Attributes of Product Success Design Activities and Strategies of the Project Management Dimension That Are Correlated and Uncorrelated with the Technical Attributes of Product Success Design Activities and Strategies of the Mechanical Subsystem Dimension That Are Correlated and Uncorrelated with the Technical Attributes of Product Success Activities and Strategies of the Electronics Subsystem Dimension That Are Correlated and Uncorrelated Design with the Technical Attributes of Product Success Design Activities and Strategies of the Software Subsystem Dimension That Are Correlated and Uncorrelated with the Technical Attributes of Product Success Implications of the Experimental Observations Implications of the Research Hypotheses Implications of the Main Findings of the Statistical Analysis Hybrid Lean-Agile Design Paradigm Conclusions of the Quasi-Experiments Summary and Major Contributions Concluding Remarks and Future Research Directions Concluding Remarks Directions for Future Research Appendix A: Design Management Research Questionnaire on the Integrated Design Project Appendix B: Design Management Research Questionnaire on the Structural Design Project Appendix C: Design Activities and Strategies References Index

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Szczegóły: Design for Profitability - Salah Ahmed Mohamed Elmoselhy

Tytuł: Design for Profitability
Autor: Salah Ahmed Mohamed Elmoselhy
Producent: Productivity Press Inc
ISBN: 9781498726986
Rok produkcji: 2015
Ilość stron: 248
Oprawa: Twarda
Waga: 0.52 kg


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