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Designing complex products with systems engineering processes and techniques.


Designing complex products with systems engineering processes and techniques.

Bhise, Vivek D.

CRC Press


462 pages




Here Bhise (emeritus, engineering, U. of Michigan) helps engineers in systems engineering understand concepts, issues and methods of product design, quality, human factors, and safety engineering approaches, tools, applications, case studies, and integration. He begins with systems engineering and other disciplines of product design, then moves to decision making and risks, product attributes, requirements and allocation of functions, understanding and managing interfaces, product evaluation and verification, validation, program planning and management, costs and models, quality management and six-sigma initiatives, human factors, safety, methods and tool box, traditional and new quality tools, human factor engineering tools, and safety engineering tools. He includes a set of case studies.

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Date:Dec 1, 2013
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