Table of contents for The mechanical design process / David G. Ullman.

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1 Why Study the Design Process?
2 Describing Mechanical Design Problems and Processes
3 Designers and Design Teams
4 The Design Process
5 Planning for the Design Process
6 Understanding the Problem and the Development of Engineering Specifications
7 Concept Generation
8 Concept Evaluation
9 The Product Design Phase
10 Product Generation
11 Product Evaluation for Function and Performance
12 Product Evaluation for Cost, Value, Manufacturability, Ease of Assembly, and Other Measures
13 Launching the Product
A: Properties of 25 Materials
B: Normal Probability
C: The Factor of Safety as a Design Variable
D: Human Factors in Design

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Machine design