151-3202-00L  Product Development and Engineering Design

SemesterFrühjahrssemester 2018
DozierendeK. Shea, T. Stankovic
Periodizitätjährlich wiederkehrende Veranstaltung
KommentarNumber of participants limited to 70.

KurzbeschreibungThe course introduces students to the product development process. In a team, you will explore the early phases of conceptual development and product design, from ideation and concept generation through to hands-on prototyping. This is an opportunity to gain product development experience and improve your skills in prototyping and presenting your product ideas. The project topic changes each year.
LernzielThe course introduces you to the product development process and methods in engineering design for: product planning, user-centered design, creating product specifications, ideation including concept generation and selection methods, material selection methods and prototyping. Further topics include product lifecycle and sustainable design as well as design for manufacture, focusing on additive manufacture. You will actively apply the process and methods learned throughout the semester in a team on a product development project including hands-on prototyping.
InhaltWeekly topics accompanying the product development project include:
1 Introduction to Product Development and Engineering Design
2 Product Planning and Social-Economic-Technology (SET) Factors
3 User-Centered Design and Product Specification
4 Concept Generation and Selection Methods
5 System Design and Embodiment Design
6 Hands-On Prototyping and Prototype Planning
7 Material Selection in Engineering Design
8 Product Lifecycle and Sustainability
9 Design for Manufacture and Design for Additive Manufacture
Skriptavailable on Moodle
LiteraturUlrich and Eppinger, Product Design and Development, 6th Edition, McGraw Hill Education, 2016.

Cagan and Vogel, Creating Breakthrough Products: Revealing the Secrets that Drive Global Innovation, 2nd Edition, Pearson Education, 2013.
Voraussetzungen / BesonderesAlthough the course is offered to ME (BSc and MSc) and CS (BSc and MSc) students, priority will be given to ME BSc students in the Focus Design, Mechanics, and Materials if the course is full.