机械设计过程

机械设计过程

图书基本信息
出版时间:2010-4
出版社:大卫 G.乌尔曼(David G.Ullman) 机械工业出版社 (2010-04出版)
作者:大卫 G.乌尔曼
页数:352
书名:机械设计过程
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机械设计过程

前言
机械工业出版社在2006年出版了美国大卫G·乌尔曼(David G.Ullman)所著《机械设计过程》第3版的中文翻译本,几年以后我们又见到了该书英文原版的第4版,这一版在保留原有特色的基础上有了较大的改进,反映了机械设计近年来的一些重要的发展和研究成果。本书明确提出了“产品设计”的设计原理,是针对产品设计的设计思想、理论、技术和方法的总结,而对于那些针对“机构”和“零件结构”的设计手段,只作为基础知识介绍。同时,本书全面、具体地给出了“设计学”的基本内容,详细地引出了设计的典型步骤,每一个步骤的任务和目标,应考虑的主要问题和常用的解决方法,对产品设计具有很好的指导作用。本书的主要特点是:1.针对各章节知识点给出了计算机设计用的表格,供设计者参考。2.给出了更多的设计实例和照片。3.各章前面给出了“要点问题”(Keyquestions),使读者阅读时目标更加明确。4.更新了参考资料,使本书更加实用。
内容概要
  《机械设计过程(英文版·原书第4版)》明确提出了“产品设计”的设计技术,是针对产品设计的设计思想,理论.技术和方法,而对于那些针对“机构”和“零件结构”的设计技术,只作为基础知识介绍。《机械设计过程(英文版 原书第4版)》全面、具体地给出了“设计学”的基本内容,详细地引出了设计的典型步骤,每一个步骤的任务、目标,应考虑的主要问题和常用的解决方法,对产品设计具有很好的指导作用。
书籍目录

PREFACE
CHAPTER
1
Why
Study
the
Design
Process?
1.1
Introduction
1.2
Measuring
the
Design
Process
with
Product
Cost,
Quality,
and
Time
to
Market
1.3
The
History
of
the
Design
Process
1.4
The
Life
of
a
Product
1.5
The
Many
Solutions
for
Design
Problems
1.6
The
Basic
Actions
of
Problem
Solving
1.7
Knowledge
and
Learning
During
Design
1.8
Design
for
Sustainability
CHAPTER
2
Understanding
Mechanical
Design
2.1
Introduction
2.2
Importance
of
Product
Function,
Behavior,
and
Performance
2.3
Mechanical
Design
Languages
and
Abstraction
2.4
Different
Types
of
Mechanical
Design
Problems
2.5
Constraints,
Goals,
and
Design
Decisions
2.6
Product
Decomposition
CHAPTER
3
Designers
and
Design
Teams
3.1
Introduction
3.2
The
Individual
Designer:
A
Model
of
Human
Information
Processing
3.3
Mental
Processes
That
Occur
During
Design
3.4
Characteristics
of
Creators
3.5
The
Structure
of
Design
Teams
3.6
Building
Design
Team
Performance
CHAPTER
4
The
Design
Process
and
Product
Discovery
4.1
Introduction
4.2
Overview
of
the
Design
Process
4.3
Designing
Quality
into
Products
4.4
Product
Discovery
4.5
Choosing
a
Project
CHAPTER
5
Planning
for
Design
5.1
Introduction
5.2
Types
of
Project
Plans
5.3
Planning
for
Deliverables
The
Development
of
Information
5.4
Building
a
Plan
5.5
Design
Plan
Examples
5.6
Communication
During
the
Design
Process
CHAPTER
6
Understanding
the
Problem
and
the
Development
of
Engineering
Specifications
6.1
Introduction
6.2
Step
1:
Identify
the
Customers:
Who
Are
They?
6.3
Step
2:
Determine
the
Customers'
Requirements:
What
Do
the
Customers
Want?
6.4
Step
3:
Determine
Relative
Importance
of
the
Requirements:
Who
Versus
What
6.5
Step
4:
Identify
and
Evaluate
the
Competition:
How
Satisfied
Are
the
Customers
Now
?
6.6
Step
5:
Generate
Engineering
Specifications:
How
Will
the
Customers'
Requirement
Be
Met?
6.7
Step
6:
Relate
Customers'
Requirements
to
Engineering
Specifications:
How
to
Measure
What?
6.8
Step
7:
Set
Engineering
Specification
Targets
and
Importance:
How
Much
Is
Good
Enough?
6.9
Step
8:
Identify
Relationships
Between
Engineering
Specifications:
How
Are
the
Hows
Dependent
on
Each
Other?
6.10
Further
Comments
on
QFD
CHAPTER
7
Concept
Generation
7.1
Introduction
7.2
Understanding
the
Function
of
Existing
Devices
7.3
A
Technique
for
Designing
with
Function
7.4
Basic
Methods
of
Generating
Concepts
7.5
Patents
as
a
Source
of
Ideas
7.6
Using
Contradictions
to
Generate
Ideas
7.7
The
Theory
of
Inventive
Machines,
TRIZ
7.8
Other
Important
Concerns
During
Concept
Generation
CHAPTER
8
Concept
Evaluation
and
Selection
8.1
Introduction
8.2
Concept
Evaluation
Information
8.3
Feasibility
Evaluations
8.4
Technology
Readiness
8.5
The
Decision
Matrix——Pugh's
Method
8.6
Product,
Project,
and
Decision
Risk
8.7
Robust
Decision
Making
CHAPTER
9
Product
Generation
9.1
Introduction
9.2
BOMs
9.3
Form
Generation
9.4
Materials
and
Process
Selection
9.5
Vendor
Development
9.6
Generating
a
Suspension
Design
for
the
Matin
2008
Mount
Vision
Pro
Bicycle
CHAPTER
10
Product
Evaluation
for
Performance
and
the
Effects
of
Variation
10.1
Introduction
10.2
Monitoring
Functional
Change
10.3
The
Goals
of
Performance
Evaluation
10.4
Trade-Off
Management
10.5
Accuracy,
Variation,
and
Noise
10.6
Modeling
for
Performance
Evaluation
10.7
Tolerance
Analysis
10.8
Sensitivity
Analysis
10.9
Robust
Design
by
Analysis
10.10
Robust
Design
Through
Testing
CHAPTER
11
Product
Evaluation:
Design
For
Cost,
Manufacture,Assembly,
and
Other
Measures
11.1
Introduction
11.2
DFC——Design
For
Cost
11.3
DFV
Design
For
Value
11.4
DFM——Design
For
Manufacture
11.5
DFA
Design-For-Assembly
Evaluation
11.6
DFR
Design
For
Reliability
11.7
DFT
and
DFM——Design
For
Test
and
Maintenance
11.8
DFElDesign
For
the
Environment
CHAPTER
12
Wrapping
Up
the
Design
Process
and
Supporting
the
Product
12.1
Introduction
12.2
Design
Documentation
and
Communication
12.3
Support
12.4
Engineering
Changes
12.5
Design
for
End
of
Life
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章节摘录
插图:Unfortunately,
often
what
is
manufactured
by
a
company
using
the
over-the-wall
process
is
not
what
the
customer
had
in
mind.
This
is
because
of
the
manyweaknesses
in
this
product
development
process.
First,
marketing
may
not
be
ableto
communicate
to
engineering
a
clear
picture
of
what
the
customers
want.
Sincethe
design
engineers
have
no
contact
with
the
customers
and
limited
communi-cation
with
marketing,
there
is
much
room
for
poor
understanding
of
the
designproblem.
Second,
design
engineers
do
not
know
as
much
about
the
manufacturingprocesses
as
manufacturing
specialists,
and
therefore
some
parts
may
not
be
ableto
be
manufactured
as
drawn
or
manufactured
on
existing
equipment.
Further,manufacturing
experts
may
know
less-expensive
methods
to
produce
the
prod-uct.
Thus,
this
single-direction
over-the-wall
approach
is
inefficient
and
costlyand
may
result
in
poor-quality
products.
Although
many
companies
still
use
thismethod,
most
are
realizing
its
weaknesses
and
are
moving
away
from
its
use.In
the
late
1970s
and
early
1980s,
the
concept
of
simultaneous
engineeringbegan
to
break
down
the
walls.
This
philosophy
emphasized
the
simultaneousdevelopment
of
the
manufacturing
process
with
the
evolution
of
the
product.Simultaneous
engineering
was
accomplished
by
assigning
manufacturing
repre-sentatives
to
be
members
of
design
teams
so
that
they
could
interact
with
thedesign
engineers
throughout
the
design
process.
The
goal
was
the
simultaneousdevelopment
of
the
product
and
the
manufacturing
process.
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