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Concept Design and Design-to-Cost Trade Studies
Techniques for Conducting Effective Concept Design and Design-to-Cost Trade Studies
Design to Cost Concept and Application
Design- to-Cost is described and placed in context with other policy revisions. Impacts of recent changes and resultant controversies are explored. Sample cases display the actual implementation of Design- to-Cost . Problem areas are enumerated and remedial actions proposed.
Manufacturing Technology Advances
Manufacturing companies in high-wage countries are challenged with increasing volatile and global markets, short innovation cycles, cost-pressure and mostly expensive resources. However, these challenges can also open up new business opportunities for companies if they are able to produce customer-specific products at mass production costs and if they can rapidly adapt to the market dynamics while assuring optimised use of resources.
Supply Chain System Design and Operation
Over the past decade, firms have adopted supply chain management as a critical element of their corporate strategies. Despite these efforts, it is our observation that many firms do not realize the anticipated benefits of constructing collaborative operating relationships with supply chain partners. Our purpose in this paper is to establish a set of guiding principles for the effective design and execution of supply chain systems. These principles suggest why, what, and how collaborative relationships should be constructed.
Engineering Design Methods , Strategies for Product Design
This book offers a strategic approach and a number of tactics as aids for designing successful products. It is intended primarily for use by students and teachers of engineering design and industrial design. Its main emphasis is on the design of products that have an engineering content, although most of the principles and approaches that it teaches are relevant to the design of all kinds of products.
Value Engineering , Design Engineering Handbook
Everybody ought to be interested in Value Engineering (VE)! As wage-earners, the application of VE is helping American industry maintain its economic position in world markets, thereby protecting our jobs and careers. As consumers, we today purchase many products at not only lower prices, but with greater value as well, because the manufacturer of those products is applying VE as an effective management tool.
Fundamentals of Die Casting Design
Fundamental of Die Casting Design, describes the fundamental of design of the die casting process and die mold/runner. It is intended for people who have at least some knowledge of the basics of fundamental science, such as calculus, physics etc.
Squeeze Casting of Steel
The conventional casting and metal forming processes often result in oversize and heavy weapon components, which then must be extensively finish-machined. Since the machining cost is then a large fraction of the overall cost, this is an area for potential cost reduction in fabricating weapon components. In sand castings, much expense is also associated with the preparation of molds and trimming of the castings .
Machine Castings of Ferrous Alloys
This is a joint university-industry research program on machine casting of ferrous alloys
Six Sigma for Electronics Design and Manufacturing
Six Sigma for Electronics Design and Manufacturing - Six sigma is becoming more important as companies compete in a worldwide market for high-quality, low-cost products. Successful implementations of six sigma in different companies, large and small, do not follow identical scripts. The tools and methodologies of six sigma are fused with the company’s culture to create a unique and successful blend in each instance.
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