Systems Engineering and Analysis

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Prentice Hall, 1998 - Technology & Engineering - 738 pages
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This practical introduction to Systems Engineering provides systems engineers and analysts with the concepts, methodologies, models and tools needed to understand and implement the systems approach. It views systems from a top-down, integrated, life-cycle perspective, evolving in coverage from the identification of a consumer need to design and development, production/construction, distribution, system utilization and support, retirement, and material recycling and/or disposal.

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I read this for school and it lives on my shelf at work. I actually refer to it fairly often when I need to craft presentations on systems engineering principles. Read full review

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Contents

The System Design Process
45
PRELIMINARY SYSTEM DESIGN
74
DETAIL DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT
97
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BENJAMIN S. BLANCHARD is Professor Emeritus in the Department of Industrial and System Engineering at the Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University in Blacksburg.

Fabrycky of Virginia Polytechnic Institute

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