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단행본
Personal Author
Ertas, Atila, 1944- Jones, Jesse C.
Title Statement
The engineering design process / Atila Ertas, Jesse C. Jones.
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New York :   Wiley,   c1993.  
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xiv, 525 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
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0471517968 (alk. paper)
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Engineering design.
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Table of Contents


CONTENTS
1 THE ENGINEERING DESIGN PROCESS = 1
 1.1 The Definition of Design = 1
 1.2 The Design Process = 2
  1.2.1 Recognition of Need = 3
  1.2.2 Conceptualization and Creativity = 5
  1.2.3 Feasibility Assessment = 9
  1.2.4 Establishing the Objectives and Criteria = 10
  1.2.5 Synthesis and Analysis in the Design Process = 11
  1.2.6 The Organizational/Work Breakdown Structure = 12
  1.2.7 Preliminary Design = 14
  1.2.8 Detailed Design = 15
  1.2.9 Production Planning and Tooling Design = 20
  1.2.10 Production = 22
  1.2.11 Design for Manufacture and Assembly = 24
 1.3 Other Important Design Considerations = 26
  1.3.1 Product Use = 26
  1.3.2 Design Life = 26
  1.3.3 Human Factors Considerations = 27
 1.4 Advanced Technology for the Design Process = 28
  1.4.1 Computer-Aided Design/Computer-Aided Manufacturing = 28
  1.4.2 Solids or Surfaces = 30
  1.4.3 Computer-Integrated Manufacturing = 31
 1.5 The Design Process = 34
2 MANAGING DESIGN PROJECTS = 37
 2.1 The "Buck" Stops at the Manager's Desk = 37
 2.2 Management Techniques = 38
  2.2.1 Total Quality Management = 39
 2.3 Effective Project Management = 41
 2.4 Planning and Scheduling the Effort = 47
  2.4.1 The Gantt Chart = 47
  2.4.2 PERT Networks = 48
  2.4.3 The Critical Path Method = 48
  2.4.4 Summary = 52
 2.5 Clarifying the Project Objectives = 52
  2.5.1 The Objectives Tree Method = 52
  2.5.2 Coordination with Client and Management = 54
 2.6 Decision Making = 55
 2.7 Decision Matrices = 56
  2.7.1 Decision Trees = 58
 2.8 Improving the Design Product = 62
  2.8.1 Functional Cost Analysis = 63
  2.8.2 Failure Mode and Effects Analysis = 63
  2.8.3 Taguchi Methods = 65
 2.9 Engineer or Manager? = 70
3 MODELING AND SIMULATION = 73
 3.1 Modeling in Engineering = 73
 3.2 Heuristic Modeling = 75
 3.3 Mathematical Modeling = 77
 3.4 Dimensional Analysis = 80
 3.5 Similarity Laws in Model Testing = 84
  3.5.1 Geometric Similarity = 84
  3.5.2 Kinematic Similarity = 84
  3.5.3 Dynamic Similarity = 85
 3.6 Wind and Water Tunnels = 85
 3.7 Numerical Modeling = 86
  3.7.1 The Finite Difference Method = 86
  3.7.2 The Finite Element Method = 89
 3.8 Monte Carlo Simulation = 90
 3.9 Discrete Event Simulation = 94
 3.10 Knowledge-Based Systems in the Design Process = 96
  3.10.1 An Expert System for Preliminary Design of Structures = 96
  3.10.2 Selection of Expert System Tools = 99
  3.10.3 Determining the Suitability of the Candidate Problem = 99
  3.10.4 Knowledge Representation Schemes = 99
4 DESIGN ANALYSES FOR MATERIAL SELECTION = 103
 4.1 Material Selection = 103
  4.1.1 Analysis of Material Requirements = 104
  4.1.2 Selection and Evaluation of Candidate Material = 109
  4.1.3 Decision = 110
 4.2 Design Analysis for Fatigue Resistance = 112
 4.3 Design Analysis Using for Fatigue Mechanics = 118
  4.3.1 Mode Ⅰ Stress State in a Crack = 118
  4.3.2 Stress-Intensity Factor Equations = 120
  4.3.3 Leak Before Break = 124
  4.3.4 Fatigue Crack Propagation = 128
  4.3.5 Design with Materials = 134
 4.4 Design Analysis for Composite Materials = 135
  4.4.1 Stress-Strain Relations in Composite Materials = 137
  4.4.2 Failure Criteria of Composite Laminates = 142
 4.5 Residual (Internal) Stress Considerations = 144
  4.5.1 Sources of Residual Stress = 144
  4.5.2 Effect of Residual Stress = 145
  4.5.3 Measurement of Residual Stress = 148
 4.6 Material Standards and Specifications = 149
  4.6.1 Organizations Involved in Standards and Specifications Preparation = 149
  4.7 Corrosion Considerations = 152
  4.7.1 Atmospheric Corrosion = 153
  4.7.2 Galvanic Corrosion = 153
  4.7.3 Crevice Corrosion = 153
  4.7.4 Pitting Corrosion = 153
  4.7.5 Intergranular Corrosion = 153
  4.7.6 Erosion Corrosion = 153
  4.7.7 Stress-Corrosion Cracking = 154
5. ENGINEERING ECONOMICS = 157
 5.1 Project/Product Cost and the Engineer = 157
 5.2 Cost Analysis and Control = 161
  5.2.1 Cost Categories = 162
  5.2.2 Cost Estimating = 165
  5.2.3 Life-Cycle Costing = 166
 5.3 Important Economic Concepts = 170
  5.3.1 Interest = 170
  5.3.2 Equivalence and the Time Value of Money = 171
  5.3.3 Cash Flow = 172
  5.3.4 Present Worth Analysis = 173
  5.3.5 Internal Rate-of-Return Analysis = 175
  5.3.6 Payback Period = 176
  5.3.7 Depreciation and Taxes = 178
  5.3.8 Inflation and Deflation = 180
 5.4 Selecting an Appropriate Rate of Return = 181
 5.5 Evaluation of Economic Alternatives = 183
  5.5.1 Evaluation by Economic Equivalence = 184
  5.5.2 The Economic Optimization Function = 185
  5.5.3 Evaluation Using the Rate of Return on Incremental Investment = 185
  5.5.4 Cost Model for Decision Making = 187
6 OPTIMIZATION IN DESIGN = 197
 6.1 Introduction = 197
 6.2 Mathematical Models and Optimization Methods = 199
  6.2.1 The Differential Calculus Method = 199
  6.2.2 The Language Multiplier Method = 202
  6.2.3 Search Methods = 203
  6.2.4 Multivarianle Search Method = 209
  6.2.5 Linear Programming = 215
  6.2.6 Nonlinear Programming Problems = 218
  6.2.7 Mulitvriterion Optimization = 220
7 STATISTICAL DECISIONS = 223
 7.1 Random Variable = 223
 7.2 Measure of Central Tendency = 224
  7.2.1 Mean or Arithmetic Average = 225
  7.2.2 Mondrian = 227
  7.2.3 Mode = 227
 7.3 Measure of Variability = 227
  7.3.1 Range = 227
  7.3.2 Mean Deviation = 228
  7.3.3 Standard Deviation = 228
  7.3.4 Variance = 229
  7.3.5 Measure of Skewness = 229
 7.4 Probability Distributions = 230
  7.4.1 Discrete Distributions = 230
  7.4.2 Important Continuous Life Test Distributions = 232
 7.5 Sampling Distributions = 238
  7.5.1 Sampling Distributions Based  on Sample Means  and The Central Limit  Theorem  (Sampling Distribution of the Mean) = 238
  7.5.2 Student's Distribution = 238
  7.5.3 Chi-Square Distribution (X²Distribution) = 239
  7.5.4 F Distribution = 240
 7.6 Statistical Inference = 240
  7.6.1 Estimation = 241
 7.7 Statistical Hypothesis Testing = 241
 7.8 Statistical Experimental Design = 243
  7.8.1 Up-and-Down Method = 253
  7.8.2 Taguchi Technique (Orthogonal or Factorial Experiment) = 257
  7.8.3 Regression and Correlation Analysis = 270
  7.8.4 Introduction on Statistical Methods Using the SAS Package = 272
8 DESIGN FOR RELIABILITY = 285
 8.1 Introduction = 285
 8.2 Definitions and Probability Laws = 286
  8.2.1 Independent Events = 286
  8.2.2 Conditional Events = 288
  8.2.3 Bayes' Theorem = 288
 8.3 Basic Reliability Equation = 289
  8.3.1 Mean Time to Failure (MTTF) = 290
 8.4 Probability Distribution Functions Used in Reliability = 290
  8.4.1 Bathtub Hazard Distribution = 290
  8.4.2 Exponential Distribution = 292
  8.4.3 Weibull Distribution = 293
 8.5 Basic System Reliability = 295
  8.5.1 Series System = 295
  8.5.2 Parallel System = 296
  8.5.3 Multistage System with Parallel Redundancy = 297
  8.5.4 Parametric Method in System Reliability Evaluation = 298
 8.6 Optimization of System Reliability = 300
  8.6.1 Reliability of System Reliability = 301
  8.6.2 Cost Minimization for a Given Reliability Constraint = 302
  8.6.3 Optimization Reliability for a Given Cost and Weight Constraint = 306
 8.7 Maintainability = 311
  8.7.1 Maintenance = 312
 8.8 Availability = 313
 8.9 Dependability = 316
 8.10 Fault Tree Analysis = 318
 8.11 Probabilistic Design = 320
  8.11.1 Safety Factor = 321
  8.11.2 Interference Model = 322
 8.12 Worst-Cast Design = 324
9 SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION = 329
 9.1 Our Contaminated Environment = 329
 9.2 The Engineer and the Environment = 331
 9.3 The Environmental Protection Agency = 332
 9.4 Groundwater Contamination = 334
 9.5 Soil and Groundwater Restoration = 340
 9.6 Design of a Packed Tower = 348
  9.6.1 Sizing the Tower Diameter = 351
  9.6.2 Determining the Height of the Tower = 353
 9.7 Air Pollution and Toxic Chemicla Exposure = 355
  9.7.1 Particulate Contamination = 357
 9.8 Air Contamination from Hazardous Liquid Spills = 364
 9.9 Occupational Safety and Health = 370
  9.9.1 Occupational Safety and Health in Design = 371
 9.10 The Safety Engineer = 372
 9.11 Closure = 374
10 ENGINEERING ETHICS = 377
 10.1 Ethics in Industry = 377
 10.2 Ethics and the University = 378
 10.3 The Foundation of Ethics = 379
 10.4 Ethics in Engineering = 382
 10.5 Legal Responsibilities of Engineers = 384
 10.6 Codes of Ethics = 386
 10.7 Codes Rules and Interpretations = 390
 10.8 Codes of Ethics for Engineers = 408
11 COMMUNICATIONS IN ENGINEERING = 415
 11.1 Effective Communications = 415
 11.2 The Formal Engineering Report = 416
  11.2.1 The Abstract = 418
  11.2.2 The Introduction = 418
  11.2.3 Technical Approach (Theory) = 419
  11.2.4 Test Setup = 421
  11.2.5 Procedure = 422
  11.2.6 Results and Discussion = 423
  11.2.7 Conclusions = 424
  11.2.8 References = 425
  11.2.9 Appendix = 426
 11.3 Proposal Preparation = 426
  11.3.1 Background/Problem Statement = 427
  11.3.2 Objective(s) = 428
  11.3.3 Technical Approach = 428
  11.3.4 Budget = 428
  11.3.5 Organization and Capabilities = 428
 11.4 Oral Commuications = 429
 11.5 Oral Presentations = 430
  11.5.1 Organization the Oral Presentation = 431
  11.5.2 Use of Visual Aids = 433
  11.5.3 Types of Visual Aids = 433
  11.5.4 Preparation of Slides and Transparencies = 434
 11.6 A Final Word on Communications = 434
APPENDICES = 435
A PROBLEMS = 435
B DESIGN PROJECTS = 459
C STATISTICAL TABLES = 477
D COMPUTER PROGRAMS = 495
 D.1 Program listing for Maple for Evaluatinf the Eigenvalues = 495
 D.2 Maximization of Reliability for a Given Cost Constraint = 498
 D.3 Maximization of a Cost for a Given Reliability Constraint = 500
 D.4 Reliability Maximization with Multiple Constraint = 503
E A PROPOSAL : THE EFFECT OF THE LONG-TERM USE OF METHANOL = 509


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