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Concurrent Engineering
Manufacturing
Systems
Presented by :
Vivek W. Nagose
Parag G. Mahajan
Shriprasad S. Kurkure
Luke Sa...
Concurrent Engineering:
Is a strategy where all the tasks involved in product development are
done in parallel.
Collaborat...
Concurrent Engineering
Concurrent Engineering
Concurrent Engineering
Form Design
Form Design
Functional
Design
Functional
Design
Production
Design
Production
Design
Rev...
Concurrent Engineering
Techniques:
•Perceptual mapping
•Benchmarking
•Reverse Engineering
Concurrent Engineering
Form Design: Physical appearance of the product
Functional Design: Performance of the product
Produ...
Concurrent Engineering
Influencing Agents: the 7 Ts
Teamwork
Talents
Tools
Time
Techniques
CE
CECE
CE
CECE
CE
Tasks
Concurrent Engineering
Traditional Process = Linear
Vs
Concurrent Engineering = Team collaboration
Concurrent Engineering
Involved People
 Customers
• Users
• Marketing and sales personnel
• Operators
• Maintenance perso...
Concurrent Engineering
Concurrent Engineering
Why Concurrent Engineering?
 Pace of market change has increased
 Companies must keep pace with c...
Concurrent Engineering
Case study 1: Desktop computer
Design Stage:
•The design could specify the following
•Reusable comp...
Concurrent Engineering
Example:
A washing machine to last for ten years in normal use.
Expected typical household use: thr...
Concurrent Engineering
Benefits
Reduces time from design concept by 25% or
more.
Reduces Capital investment by 20% or mo...
Concurrent Engineering
Summary
Concurrent Engineering: Simultaneous
development of product and process.
Most important a...
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Concurrent engineering

  1. 1. Concurrent Engineering Manufacturing Systems Presented by : Vivek W. Nagose Parag G. Mahajan Shriprasad S. Kurkure Luke Sangma
  2. 2. Concurrent Engineering: Is a strategy where all the tasks involved in product development are done in parallel. Collaboration between all individuals, groups and departments within a company. • Customer research • Designers • Marketing • Accounting • Engineering Concurrent Engineering
  3. 3. Concurrent Engineering
  4. 4. Concurrent Engineering
  5. 5. Concurrent Engineering Form Design Form Design Functional Design Functional Design Production Design Production Design Revising and testing prototypes Manufacturing Specifications Design Specifications Feasibility Study Feasibility Study Idea Generation Idea Generation Suppliers R&D Customers MarketingCompetitors Product or Service concept Performance Specifications Pilot run and final tests Pilot run and final tests Final Design and process plans Product Launch Product Launch Preliminary Design Commercial Design Process Linear Process
  6. 6. Concurrent Engineering Techniques: •Perceptual mapping •Benchmarking •Reverse Engineering
  7. 7. Concurrent Engineering Form Design: Physical appearance of the product Functional Design: Performance of the product Production Design: How to manufacture product
  8. 8. Concurrent Engineering Influencing Agents: the 7 Ts Teamwork Talents Tools Time Techniques CE CECE CE CECE CE Tasks
  9. 9. Concurrent Engineering Traditional Process = Linear Vs Concurrent Engineering = Team collaboration
  10. 10. Concurrent Engineering Involved People  Customers • Users • Marketing and sales personnel • Operators • Maintenance personnel  Product manager  Project manager  Requirement definition engineer  Specification engineer  Designer  Implementation engineer  Test engineer
  11. 11. Concurrent Engineering
  12. 12. Concurrent Engineering Why Concurrent Engineering?  Pace of market change has increased  Companies must keep pace with changing markets  Decisions made sooner rather than later  Reduces/eliminates repetition of tasks  Reduces waste and reworking of design  Product quicker to market  Maximises company profit  Company operates more efficiently
  13. 13. Concurrent Engineering Case study 1: Desktop computer Design Stage: •The design could specify the following •Reusable components e.g. monitor, keyboard •Recycled materials where possible •Minimise toxic materials used Manufacture: •Use ethical work practices and sources for raw materials •Use ‘clean’ manufacturing processes •Minimise transport of components and materials •Implement quality procedures to minimise waste etc. Use: •Low power consumption •Serviceable items rather than replaceable e.g. disk drive, peripherals etc. Disposal: •Design for disassembly – use easily dismantled fixings etc. •Identify materials used for recycling •Minimise mixed materials to facilitate separation later
  14. 14. Concurrent Engineering Example: A washing machine to last for ten years in normal use. Expected typical household use: three times a week for a wash cycle that will last for 2 hours on average. What type of test should be used? How long must the machine survive during the test? Total hours life required for the machine is: 2 hours/wash x 3 washes/week x 52 weeks/year x 10 years = 3120 hours Use a quantitative accelerated test. Run the machine constantly for 3120 hours
  15. 15. Concurrent Engineering Benefits Reduces time from design concept by 25% or more. Reduces Capital investment by 20% or more. Continuous improvement of product quality. Increases Product Life Cycle Profitability.
  16. 16. Concurrent Engineering Summary Concurrent Engineering: Simultaneous development of product and process. Most important aspect is communication and formation of teams. Management support is vitally important. Don’t be afraid to change current processes and technologies.

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