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Engineering Design, Planning, and Management,9780123971586

Engineering Design, Planning, and Management

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9780123971586

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0123971586
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1/24/2013
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This new text covers engineering design methodology with an interdisciplinary approach, concise discussions, and a visual format. Recognizing that design is a process that is most often performed in teams, Jack also covers project management and team dynamic topics where appropriate. The methods in the book are supported with rigor when possible, and are applied to practical situations throughout the book. Covers product design both in the context of established companies and for entrepreneurs starting their own companies includes discussion of project management techniques where appropriate provides examples and applications from across the engineering disciplines, to show the general usefulness of the design process model. Chapter objectives and end of chapter exercises for each chapter A set of ppt lecture slides will be developed by the author for instructor use alongside the text. Also available (for US market) is a correlation table linking chapter content to ABET criteria.


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