Educational guide 2019_20
Escola de Enxeñería Industrial
Degree in Mechanical Engineering
 Subjects
  Systems for product design and development
   Contents
Topic Sub-topic
1. THE DEVELOPMENT OF NEW PRODUCTS 1.1 Concepts, definitions and appearances involved.
1.2 The design process. Stages. Characteristics.
1.3 The cycle of the product.
1.4 Interaction with the surroundings.
1.5 Product sociology.
1.6 Development process and product engineering.
1.7 Fundamental design laws.
1.8 Phases at macro and microstructure level.
2. PROJECTUAL METHODOLOGY 2.1 Factors.
2.2 Product specifications (EDPs).
2.3 Conditions sheet (PDC)
2.4 Conceptual design and design of detail.
2.5 Documentation.
2.6 Validation.
3. COMPUTER BASED TECHNOLOGIES (CAx) 3.1 Technologies that take part in the distinct stages of the product lifecicle (CAx)
3.2 CAD Technologies
3.3 CAETechnologies
3.3.1 MEF
3.4 CAM Technologies
4. MODELS and PROTOTYPES 4.1 Models Types. Classical, virtual, realistic.
4.2 2D a 3D CAD Models. Asociativity.
4.3 Models for automated calculation.
4.4 Design Validation. Simulations / testing.
5. CREATIVE TECHNIQUES 5.1 Introduction. Main creative techniques.
5.2 The Brainstorming and its variants.
5.3 The TRIZ.
5.4 Lateral Thinking: De Bono techniques.
5.5 Analogies and other techniques.
5.6 Applications: creative sessions.
5.7 Assessment of alternatives / concepts.
6. CONCURRENT ENGINEERING 6.1 Introduction.
6.2 Basic characteristics
6.3 Criteria for some concurrent surroundings.
6.4 Product design and development in surroundings of concurrent engineering and of distributed engineering.
7. MANAGEMENT OF THE INFORMATION IN THE COMPANY. EXCHANGE FORMATS. 7.1 Management of the graphic information and control of reviews.
7.2 Systems to Product Data Management (PDM).
7.3 Product lifecycle management (PLM). Topologies, standard and alternatives of interconnection.
7.4 Standard formats for graphics. ACIS, IGES, STEP and XML. Limitations and recommendations.
7.5 The CIM pyramid in the company. Levels and flow of graphic information.
8. QUALITY FUNCTION DEPLOYMENT (QFD) 8.1 User expectations and quality
8.2 Functional analysis. The FAST.
8.3 Quality function deployment.
8.4 The house of quality.
9. PARAMETRIC DESIGN
9.1 Concept and characteristics.
9.2 Parameters and relations.
9.3 Tables of data. Families of objects.
10. PRODUCT LANGUAGE AND OBJETUAL LANGUAGE 10.1 Language and perception.
10.2 Graphics/visual language elements.
10.3 Product Language.
10.4 The shape. Composition laws.
10.5 Symbolic function. Pragmatic function.
10.6 Graphics design.
11. DESIGN, INNOVATION and TRANSFER 11.1 Innovation and competitiveness.
11.2 Competitive strategies.
11.3 The technological transfer. The IEBT. Spin off.
12. DESIGN MANAGEMENT IN THE COMPANY 12.1 The design in the company.
12.2 Innovative strategies. New developments.
12.3 The design in the organization chart.
12.4 Design management manual.
13. DESIGN DOCUMENTATION 13.1 Contents of the Descriptive Memory.
13.2 Other documents.
13.3 Normalizad elements.
13.4 Lists of pieces.
13.5 Project digital information (2D and 3D).
PRÁCTICAS.
Desenvolvemento dun produto por etapas
1. PANORÁMICA ACTUAL: FERRAMENTAS.
2. SESIÓNS CREATIVAS.
3. ELECCIÓN DO PRODUTO A DESENVOLVER.
4. ELABORACIÓN DAS ESPECIFICACIÓNS DO PRODUTO. ANÁLISE FUNCIONAL. QFD.
5. CREACIÓN DE COMPOÑENTES E ENSAMBLAXE. ANÁLISE DA VARIABILIDADE.
6. ANIMACIÓN. SIMULACIÓNS.
7. AVALIACIÓN E SELECCIÓN DE OPCIÓNS.
8. PRESENTACIÓN DO PRODUTO.
9. DOCUMENTACIÓN E ENTREGA FINAL.
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