Integrated product design and process development

Adriano P. Nyaluke, Ali Khamrani, Herman R. Leep, Hamid Parsaei

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Abstract

The success of a product in the market depends on how fast the manufacturer will respond to the need that the product is intended to fulfill. The product development time for a product is comprised of design time, prototype production and testing time, production planning and tooling time, and commercial production time. Using the conventional product development methods, the design phase and prototype production and testing phase are very time consuming and costly tasks. The above tasks increase the product price thus reducing the market edge of the product. In order to solve the above problems, it will be advantageous to merge some of the development tasks in such a way that the tasks can be done concurrently or intrinsically. In order to achieve the above goal, rapid prototyping (RP) can be used to merge the design phase and prototype and testing phase. RP is normally being used to visualize parts in the design stage.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationIndustrial Engineering Research - Conference Proceedings
EditorsR.G. Askin, B. Bidanda, S. Jagdale
PublisherIIE
Pages71-73
Number of pages3
Publication statusPublished - 1996
Externally publishedYes
EventProceedings of the 1996 5th Industrial Engineering Research Conference - Minneapolis, MN, USA
Duration: 18 May 199620 May 1996

Other

OtherProceedings of the 1996 5th Industrial Engineering Research Conference
CityMinneapolis, MN, USA
Period18/5/9620/5/96

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Product design
Rapid prototyping
Product development
Testing
Planning

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering

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Nyaluke, A. P., Khamrani, A., Leep, H. R., & Parsaei, H. (1996). Integrated product design and process development. In R. G. Askin, B. Bidanda, & S. Jagdale (Eds.), Industrial Engineering Research - Conference Proceedings (pp. 71-73). IIE.

Integrated product design and process development. / Nyaluke, Adriano P.; Khamrani, Ali; Leep, Herman R.; Parsaei, Hamid.

Industrial Engineering Research - Conference Proceedings. ed. / R.G. Askin; B. Bidanda; S. Jagdale. IIE, 1996. p. 71-73.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Nyaluke, AP, Khamrani, A, Leep, HR & Parsaei, H 1996, Integrated product design and process development. in RG Askin, B Bidanda & S Jagdale (eds), Industrial Engineering Research - Conference Proceedings. IIE, pp. 71-73, Proceedings of the 1996 5th Industrial Engineering Research Conference, Minneapolis, MN, USA, 18/5/96.
Nyaluke AP, Khamrani A, Leep HR, Parsaei H. Integrated product design and process development. In Askin RG, Bidanda B, Jagdale S, editors, Industrial Engineering Research - Conference Proceedings. IIE. 1996. p. 71-73
Nyaluke, Adriano P. ; Khamrani, Ali ; Leep, Herman R. ; Parsaei, Hamid. / Integrated product design and process development. Industrial Engineering Research - Conference Proceedings. editor / R.G. Askin ; B. Bidanda ; S. Jagdale. IIE, 1996. pp. 71-73
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