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DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

A
PPT PRESENTATION ON

CONCURRENT ENGINEERING

PRESENTED BY, GUIDED BY,


MR. YOGESH S PUNDE PROF. S.S.LOHAR
CONTENTS
DEFINITION
MEANING
BASIC PRINCIPLE
OBJECTIVES
NEED
TRADITIONAL ENGINEERING
CONCURRENT ENGINEERING
BENEFITS
WEAKNESSES
CHALLENGES
DEFINITION
A method of designing and developing
products, in which the different stages run
simultaneously, rather than consecutively.
MEANING
CE is also known as simultaneous engineering or
integrated product development
CE is relatively new (last 25 years)

Institute for defence analysis (IDA)

CE was designed to for the product development


stage
CE is a long term strategy

Optimizes engineering design cycle.


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BASIC PRINCIPLE
Unified Goals and Mission
Detailed Planning
Continuous Review
Analysis
Team working
Develop metrics
Reduce time
OBJECTIVES
Decrease product development time
Improve profitability.
Greater competitiveness.
Better control on design & manufacturing cost.
Close integration between departments.
Enhanced reputation of the company and its
products.
Improve product quality.
Promotion of team spirit.
NEED
Change in market pace
Faster decisions
Reduced repetition of tasks
Faster response
Reduced cost
Efficient operations
TRADITIONAL ENGINEERING
CONCURRENT ENGINEERING
BENEFITS
Competitive advantage
Faster time to market
Enhanced Quality
Enhanced Productivity
Decrease design and development time
WEAKNESSES
Excessive amount of modification.

Little attention to manufacturability issues of the


product at the design stage.

Uncontrolled late design cost.

The likelihood of late changes usually leads to


expensive changes to tooling and other equipment.
CHALLENGES
Support from top management
Dedication
Careful planning
New products lifecycle should fit in the existing
product program lifecycles in a company
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