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It's a quantitative and hugely useful quantity. It presents functional tools for reading mechanical designs with appreciate to their power and reliability. practising engineers who've to hit sure criteria for layout will locate the publication important because it outlines tools which use bodily major information to quantify engineering dangers on the early layout degree. apparently to be a useful gizmo for postgraduate scholars in addition to specialist engineers. -Sampe JournalAll of the various examples, helpful appendices and easy-to-read textual content, make this a good e-book at the topic.

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DFM techniques do not speci®cally answer this question. However, a robust design can be de®ned as a capable design in the context of the work presented later. ) in the early stages of product engineering. The designer needs to know, or else needs to be able to, predict the capability of the process used to produce the design and to ensure the necessary tolerance limits are suciently wide to avoid manufacturing defects. Furthermore, the designer must consider the severity of potential failures and to make sure the design is suciently robust e€ectively to eliminate or accommodate defects.

Many designers have practical experience of production methods and fully understand the limitations and capabilities that they must work within. Unfortunately, there are also many that do not have this experience and, quite simply, do not appreciate the systems that they are supposed to be designing for (Oakley, 1993). For example, three aspects of engineering drawing that are often overlooked, but are vital in design practice, are dimensions, tolerances and speci®cation of surface ®nish (Dieter, 1986).

Designing for reliability There are currently three main approaches used in the pursuit of a reliable product (Stephenson and Wallace, 1996): . Reliability prediction (includes probabilistic design) . Design techniques (for example, FMEA or Fault Tree Analysis (FTA)) . Pre-production reliability testing (prototyping). Reliability prediction techniques are a controversial but e€ective approach to designing for reliability, as discussed later. FTA (Bignell and Fortune, 1984; Straker, 1995) and FMEA are established techniques that aim to determine the potential causes and e€ects of failures in components and systems.

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