The Latest Tools and Guidance Needed to Implement Design for Six Sigma in New Product and Service Development!
Hailed as a classic in its first edition, Design for Six Sigma has been fully revised and updated to equip you with everything you need to implement Design for Six Sigma (DFSS) in new product and service development. The Second Edition of this indispensable design tool retains the core of the previous edition, while adding new information on innovation, lean product development, incomplete DOE, mixture experiments, and alternative DFSS roadmaps-plus new thread-through case studies. From quality concepts and DFSS fundamentals...to DFSS deployment and project algorithm...to design validation, the updated edition of Design for Six Sigma gives you a solid understanding of the entire process for applying DFSS in the creation of successful new products and services. Packed with detailed illustrations, careful directions and comparisons, and worked-out calculations, the Second Edition of Design for Six Sigma features:
A one-stop resource for developing a sure-fire DFSS programExpert walkthroughs that help readers choose the right design tools at every stage of the DFSS processNew to this edition: new chapters on innovation, lean product development, and computer simulation; new material on critical parameter management; new thread-through case studies
Providing real-world product development experience and insight throughout, the Second Edition of Design for Six Sigma now offers professionals in a wide range of industries the information required to maximize DFSS potential in creating winning products and services for today's marketplace.Filled with over 200 detailed illustrations, the Second Edition of Design for Six Sigma first gives you a solid foundation in quality concepts, Six Sigma fundamentals, and the nature of Design for Six Sigma, and then presents clear, step-by-step coverage of:
Design for Six Sigma DeploymentDesign for Six Sigma Project AlgorithmDFSS Transfer Function and ScorecardsQuality Function Deployment (QFD)Axiomatic DesignInnovation in Product DesignLean Product DevelopmentTRIZDesign for XFailure Mode-Effect AnalysisFundamentals of Experimental DesignIncomplete DOETaguchi's Orthogonal Array ExperimentTaguchi's Robust Parameter Design Tolerance DesignResponse Surface MethodologyMixture ExperimentsDesign Validation
Kai Yang, Ph.D., is an associate professor of Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering at Wayne State University in Detroit. He is also a consultant with extensive experience in quality and reliability engineering. Basem S. El-Haik, Ph.D., is director of Enterprise Excellence and is presently spearheading the effort to deploy Design for Six Sigma across Textron Enterprise.
Chapter 1. Quality Concepts Chapter 2. Six Sigma and Lean Fundamentals Chapter 3. Product Development Process and Design for Six Sigma Chapter 4. Design for Six Sigma Deployment Chapter 5. Design for Six Sigma Project Algorithm Chapter 6. DFSS Transfer Function and Scorecards Chapter 7. Quality Function Deployment(QFD) Chapter 8. Axiomatic Design Chapter 9. Theory of Inventive Problem Solving (TRIZ) Chapter 10. Design for X Chapter 11. Failure Mode--Effect Analysis Chapter 12. Fundamentals of Experimental Design Chapter 13. Taguchi's Orthogonal Array Experiment Chapter 14. Design Optimization: Taguchi's Robust Parameter Design Chapter 15. Design Optimization: Advanced Taguchi Robust Parameter Design Chapter 16. Tolerance Design Chapter 17. Response Surface Methodology Chapter 18. Design Validation Acronyms References Index