Proving the Design Solution Satisfies the RequirementsBy
- Jeffrey Grady, President: JOG Systems Engineering Inc., Adjunct Professor, University of California, San Diego, CA USA
Systems Engineering--an interdisciplinary, multi-stage-driven approach to the design and implementation of any large-scale or complex engineered product or service--has found its way from aerospace into general manufacturing as well as the services industry. It has been found to be particularly useful in such applications as software engineering, the bio- and medical industries, and large, multi-component projects like those found in energy-generation. Following on the authors previous book System Requirements Analysis, this new book will lay out the steps and procedures needed to implement a quality check of the system being proposed or designed the Verification stage of a full systems engineering program.Systems engineering usually begins with defining a product that will satisfy a customer need and then rationally building a set of required components, personnel, and financial resources. The testing and evaluating of a proposed design solution is known as Verification, and this will guide the systems engineer and his engineering and management team in setting up the detailed protocols for a step-by-step quality control check of each stage of a proposed system design.
Professional Systems Engineers; Industrial Engineers; Manufacturing Engineers; Mechanical Engineers; Project Managers; Product Managers
Hardbound, 368 Pages
Published: April 2007
Imprint: Academic Press
- PART I: SETTING THE STAGE; Introduction to System Development; System Requirements Analysis Overview; The Global Verification Situation; PART II: ITEM QUALIFICATION VERIFICATION; Verification Requirements; Top-Down Verification Planning; Item Qualification Test Planning Analysis; Item Qualification Test Implemenation; Non-Test Item Qualification Methods Coordination; Item Qualification Verification Reporting; Item Qualification Verification Management and Audit; Item Qualification Verification Close-out; PART III: ITEM ACCEPTANCE VERIFICATION; Acceptance Test Planning Analysis; Other Acceptance Methods Coordination; Product Acceptance Verification Reporting; Product Verification Management and Audit; PART IV: SYSTEM TEST AND EVALUATION; System Verification Planning; System Test and Evaluation Management; Item and System Re-Verification; PART V: PROCESS VALIDATION AND VERIFICATION; Process Validation; Process Verification; PART VI: POSTSCRIPT; Verifciation and Systems Development Closure