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Sustainability in Engineering Design

Designed for use in engineering design courses, and as a reference for industry professionals learning sustainable design concepts and practical methods, Sustainability in Engineering Design focuses on designers as the driving force behind sustainable products. This book introduces sustainability concepts and explains the application of sustainable methods to the engineering design process.

The book also covers important design topics such as project and team management, client management, performance prediction, and the social and environmental effects of sustainable engineering design. These concepts and methods are supported with a wealth of worked examples, discussion questions, and primary case studies to aid comprehension.

Audience

Product design courses in departments of mechanical engineering and engineering technology; product designers, product engineers, and product team managers.

Paperback, 432 Pages

Published: February 2014

Imprint: Academic Press

ISBN: 978-0-08-099369-0

Contents

  • 1.0 Engineering Design and Sustainability Integration: An Overview
    2.0 The Requirements of the Client
    3.0 Managing Design, the Process and Teamwork
    4.0 Design Approach
    5.0 Sustainability Integrated into the Normal Design Process
    6.0 Factors to Consider at the Beginning of a Design
    7.0 Tools of the Design Process
    8.0 Design of the Concept
    9.0 Performance Prediction
    10.0  Design for Manufacturing and Assembly
    11.0  The Need for Sustainability
    12.0  Life Cost
    13.0 Strategic Sustainability
    14.0  Embedding Sustainable Design
    15.0 Predicting the Future

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