1 edition of Case studies on engineering design found in the catalog.
Case studies on engineering design
May be used in conjunction with the text, Design of machine elements, by V. M. Faires.
|Statement||edited by J. George H. Thompson and Virgil M. Faires.|
|Contributions||Faires, Virgil Moring, 1897-, Thompson, John George Hatch.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||62 p. :|
|Number of Pages||62|
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Book Description. Decision analysis has become widely recognized as an important process for translating science into management actions. With climate change and other systemic threats as driving forces in creating environmental and engineering problems, there is a great need for understanding decision making frameworks through a case-study based approach. In Engineering Ethics: Real World Case Studies, Starrett, Bertha, and Lara provide in-depth analysis with extended discussions and study questions of case studies that are based on real work situations. Important concepts, such as rights and obligations; conflict of interest; professionalism and mentoring; confidentiality; whistleblowing.
Assessing Engineering Designs for Environmental, Economic, and Social Impact Engineers will play a central role in addressing one of the twenty-first century’s key challenges: the development of new technologies that - Selection from Sustainable Engineering: Concepts, Design, and Case Studies [Book]. This book presents the circumstances of important failures that have had far-reaching impacts on civil engineering practice. Each case study narrates the known facts: design and construction, the failure, subsequent investigation or analysis, and, where appropriate, additional issues such as technical concerns, ethical considerations Author: Craig Beard.
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The book is a compilation of case studies from the author's personal experience. The author recognizes how a design engineer is often faced with challenges from a variety of different engineering problems; so the author tries to cover a variety of different design activities and situations that one would face in real world.5/5(1).
A multidisciplinary introduction to engineering design using real-life case studies. Case Studies in Engineering Design provides students and practising engineers with many practical and accessible case studies which are representative of situations engineers face in professional life, and which incorporate a range of engineering disciplines.
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Summary: Offers a multidisciplinary introduction to engineering design using real-life case studies. This book provides students and practising engineers with many practical and accessible case studies which are representative of situations engineers face in professional life, and which incorporate a range of engineering disciplines.
Design Engineer's Case Studies and Examples has been written for these young engineers. The contents have been selected on typical subjects that developing engineers may be expected to cover in their professional career and gives solutions to typical problems that may arise in mechanical design.
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Sustainable Engineering: Concepts, Design and Case Studies: Concepts, Design and Case StudiesCited by: The case studies show the application of theory and serve as a guide for general design principles. It is a fantastic tool for introducing architects to the world of structural design." Structural Engineer at Murray Engineering PC Engineering Professor at.
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stars: Not the worst book on sustainable engineering I've ever read. It provides a rather cursory overview of many topics, but is hardly a thorough analysis of the topic.
It completely overlooks many forms of renewable energies, various sustainability analyses, indirect environmental impacts and social implications of engineering projects/5(1). A multidisciplinary introduction to engineering design using real-life case Studies in Engineering Design provides students and practising engineers with many practical and accessible case studies which are representative of situations engineers face in professional life, and which incorporate a range of engineering disciplines.1/5(1).
This book offers a multidisciplinary introduction to engineering design using real-life case studies. "Case Studies in Engineering Design" provides students and practising engineers with many practical and accessible case studies which are representative of situations engineers face in professional life, and which incorporate a range of engineering s: 1.
Many case studies exemplify more than one phase so choosing two or more sets may result in duplication. All the case studies are available for $ online and in book form “Mechanical Design Process Case Studies", 2nd edition" available at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and others. Links to Case Study Sets.
Description Sustainable Engineering: Design and Analysis is the first textbook to offer a unified approach and comprehensive tools for evaluating the environmental, economic, and societal impacts of engineering designs.
It builds on the authors' comprehensive benchmarking study of the incorporation of sustainability concepts in engineering curricula, and integrates well-accepted principles and.
This is a special publication of the Education Committee of the American Society of Civil Engineers’ (ASCE) Technical Council on Forensic Engineering (TCFE). It was first published in as Failures in Civil Engineering: Structural, Foundation, and Geoenvironmental Case Studies edited by Robin Shepherd and J.
David Frost. "I highly recommend the important and all encompassing book Principles and Case Studies of Simultaneous Design by William L. Luyben, to any chemistry or engineering students, practicing chemical engineers, product designers in industry, and business leaders looking for a fresh approach to simultaneous design issues.
Detailed strategies and case studies are presented. Design of competitive microwave amplifiers and oscillators is particularly challenging as many trade-offs are required in design, and the design decisions cannot be reduced to a formulaic flow.
The emphasis is on developing design skills. In addition to discussing flowsheet development and equipment design, these textbooks go into a lot of detail on engineering economics and other many peripheral subjects such as written and oral skills, ethics, “green” engineering and product design.
This book presents general process design principles in a concise readable form that can be. Case Studies. All of the case studies that are shown here are used in the book.
I have deliberately not used a single case study throughout the book as there is no single example that can illustrate all of the topics covered in the book. Our teams have expertise in providing specialized services like Reverse engineering, 3D rendering, Retail space planning, 3D product animations and many more.
Read some case studies of Engineering Services where we provided our customers high quality services at cost-effective rates.New chapters on environmental issues, industrial engineering and materials design are included, as are new worked examples, exercise materials and a separate, online Instructor's Manual.
New case studies have been developed to further illustrate procedures and to .Case studies occur frequently in engineering because, by nature, engineering analyzes (studies) situations that already exist (cases). This document explains how to use a basic engineering problem-solving method to structure case studies, but the structure may also apply to other engineering reports (including undergraduate theses).