Engineering Design Conference '98: Design Reuse by S. Sivaloganathan - PDF and EPUB eBook
Drawing on the diverse experience of different sectors of industry and academic reseaarch, this prestigious collection of...
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Details of Engineering Design Conference '98: Design Reuse
- Exact title of the book
- Engineering Design Conference '98: Design Reuse
- Book author
- S. Sivaloganathan
- Book edition
- Number of pages
- 732 pages
- July 18th 2005 by Wiley
- File size (in PDF)
- 2928 kB
Some brief overview of book
Drawing on the diverse experience of different sectors of industry and academic reseaarch, this prestigious collection of papers examines the ways in which the expertise in design can be structured and reused to carry the design process forward. Increased use of subsystems and parts, from proven past designs, is a powerful way to enhance the ability to produce designs which are cost effective, easy to manufacture, and successful. In the manufacturing sector, the largest single area where the greatest accumulation of expertise is stored, is in the design of products.Design reuse has been developing in many centers around the world.
This international perspective brings together much of the best work in the field, in order to help establish design reuse as a tool in integrated systematic design processes. Themes include: Design reuse systems and applications Optimal design New product development Enhancing design in practice Manufacturing design Advanced project design Industrial surveys Conceptual design Readership Designers, engineers, and software developers, from a wide variety of engineering applications, such as: manufacturing, rapid prototyping, product development, systems analysis, optimization of processes, and conceptualization. The information here is equally appropriate for those in industry and business, as well as researchers in the academic environment.