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Introduction Vinesh Raja Product Development Pahl and Beitz Product/domain background information collection Developing a function description and Product specification Otto Kevin Kevin Otto Product tear down & Product Structure Kevin Otto Geometry Wego Wang Material Characteristics / Properties, Process / Surface Wego Wang Finish Wego Wang Part Model Assembly model Daniel E Whitney Daniel E Whitney Daniel E Whitney Daniel E Whitney Daniel E Whitney Pahl and Beitz Kevin Otto Paul Drake Kevin Otto Daniel E Whitney Daniel E Whitney Pahl and Beitz Vinesh Raja Pahl and Beitz

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Working concept /principle Function Analysis Tolerance Analysis Manufacturing Process Part and assembly drawings Cost estimate Case Studies Mechanical Connections

Chapter Title No 1 Introduction to Reverse Engineering 4 Product Development Process 5 7 6 2 3 5 5 1 2 4 5 6 5 10 14 6 8 11 7 8 Establishing Product Function Benchmarking and Establishing Engineering Specifications Product Teardown and experimentation Geometric Form Material Characteristics and Analysis Material Identification and Process Verification Dimensioning and Tolerancing Parts What is Assembly and Why it is important? Assembly requirements and Key Characteristics Constraint in Assembly Dimensioning and Toleranicng Assemblies Conceptual Design Establishing Product Function Traditional Approaches to Analyzing Mechanical Tolerance Stackup Design for Manufacture and Assembly Modelling and Managing Variation Build up in Assemblies The Datum Flow Chain Design for Minimum Cost Reverse Engineering in Automotive Engineering Mechanical Connections . Mechatronics .

2 Traditional Approaches to Analyzing Mechanical Tolerance Stackup Design for Manufacture and Assembly Modelling and Managing Variation Build up in Assemblies The Datum Flow Chain Design for Minimum Cost Reverse Engineering in Automotive Engineering 5 6 7 Product tear down & Product Structure Geometry Material Characteristics / Properties.LE No Lecture Title 1 Introduction 2 Product Development 3 Developing a function description and 4 Product specification Sub Title Introduction to Reverse Engineering Product Development Process Product/domain background information collection Establishing Product Function-1 Benchmarking and Establishing Engineering Specifications Product Teardown and experimentation Geometric Form Material Characteristics and Analysis Material Identification and Process Verification Dimensioning and Tolerancing Parts What is Assembly and Why it is important? Assembly requirements and Key Characteristics Constraint in Assembly Dimensioning and Toleranicng Assemblies Conceptual Design . Process / Surface Finish 8 9 Part Model Assembly model 10 Working concept /principle 11 Function Analysis 12 Tolerance Analysis 13 Manufacturing Process 14 Part and assembly drawings 15 Cost estimate 16 Case Studies .Working Principle Establishing Product Function .

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