Integrated Design Engineering
Interdisciplinary and Holistic Product Development
Editor: Sándor Vajna
Institution: Otto-von-Guericke-Universität Magdeburg, Magdeburg, Germany
DOI number: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-19357-7
This book addresses Integrated Design Engineering (IDE), which represents a further development of Integrated Product Development (IPD) into an interdisciplinary model for both a human-centred and holistic product development. The book covers the systematic use of integrated, interdisciplinary, holistic and computer-aided strategies, methods and tools for the development of products and services, taking into account the entire product lifecycle. Being applicable to various kinds of products (manufactured, software, services, etc.), it helps readers to approach product development in a synthesised and integrated way.
The book explains the basic principles of IDE and its practical application. IDE’s usefulness has been demonstrated in case studies on actual industrial projects carried out by all book authors. A neutral methodology is supplied that allows the reader to choose the appropriate working practices and performance assessment techniques to develop their product quickly and efficiently.
Given its manifold topics, the book offers a valuable reference guide for students in engineering, industrial design, economics and computer science, product developers and managers in industry, as well as industrial engineers and technicians.
Keywords: Holistic and Multidisciplinary Development Approach, Product Performance and Product Behaviour, Whole Product Life Cycle, Equivalent Product Attribute, ; Fulfilment Attributes, Economic Attributes, Dynamic Procedure Model