Axiomatic design and its applications

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Axiomatic design and its applications in product development process.

Identify and understand each phase of the product development process: The assignment includes the practical application of the first few
phases of a PD process

Recognise the importance of timing, resource and skill constraints.

Meeting strict timing deadlines of the assignments will make the students aware of these critical issues.

Apply the needs of the customer to product development and communicate in various ways. The student needs to put themselves into the role of a potential consumer and need to communicate the findings appropriately.

Critically assess and evaluate vehicle concepts, systems and sub-systems: Different products need to be analysed in detail.

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