Axiomatic Design : Advances and Applications. Nam P. Design education, research, and practice have recently seen considerable evolution as university programs, researchers, journals, and conferences systematize design as a discipline and science. Suh's book Axiomatic Design: Advances and Applications contributes to this systematic and scientific base and presents a fresh perspective on design, establishing a rational framework for the discipline.
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Axiomatic Design : Advances and Applications. Nam P. Design education, research, and practice have recently seen considerable evolution as university programs, researchers, journals, and conferences systematize design as a discipline and science.
Suh's book Axiomatic Design: Advances and Applications contributes to this systematic and scientific base and presents a fresh perspective on design, establishing a rational framework for the discipline. The book follows Suh's successful publication, The Principles of Design OUP , although the two books are substantially different in both content and approach. The first three chapters of Axiomatic Design cover the fundamental principles of axiomatic design.
The following chapters offer a complete treatment of the design of systems, software, materials and materials processing, manufacturing systems, and product design. Suh shows how a scientific and systematic approach to design improves efficiency, productivity, savings, reliability, and quality for industries that currently rely on ad hoc design systems; Axiomatic Design contains the principles and practical knowledge necessary to achieve these improvements.
Perfect for senior and graduate design and mechanical engineering students as well as professional engineers, this unique text offers the tools necessary to design with ease and elegance and serves as a stepping-stone in the ever-evolving intellectual science of design.
Features Applies the principles of axiomatic design to a variety of real-life situations including mechanism design, software engineering, and basic business processes Includes numerous integrated case studies using axiomatic design to solve real-life design challenges Draws material from consulting cases with industrial firms throughout the world Requires no prerequisite reading The Principles of Design can be read for clarification.
We'd like to understand how you use our websites in order to improve them. Register your interest. A general theory for system design is presented based on axiomatic design. The theory is applicable to many different kinds of systems, including machines, large systems, software systems, organizations, and systems consisting of a combination of hardware and software. The flow diagram of the system architecture can be used for many different tasks: design, construction, operation, modification, and maintenance of the system. It should also be useful for distributed design and operation of systems, diagnosis of system failures, and for archival documentation. This is a preview of subscription content, log in to check access.
Axiomatic design is a systems design methodology using matrix methods to systematically analyze the transformation of customer needs into functional requirements, design parameters, and process variables. The method gets its name from its use of design principles or design Axioms i. The two axioms used in Axiomatic Design AD are:. Axiomatic design is considered to be a design method that addresses fundamental issues in Taguchi methods. Coupling is the term Axiomatic Design uses to describe a lack of independence between the FRs of the system as determined by the DPs.