Design for Six Sigma, Chapter 8 - Axiomatic Design
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87 Case Study Axiomatic Design of the Water Faucet
Appendix 8A Axiomatic Design Theorems and Corollaries
Appendix 8B Historical Development of Axiomatic Design
adjust array of DPs automatic transmission axiomatic design Boltzmann entropy Clearance to Chamber codomain conceptual vulnerabilities Corollary coupled design coupling vulnerability CTSs defined degree of coupling Design Axioms design entity design equation Design for Six design mapping design matrix design parameters DFSS algorithm DFSS approach DFSS project DFSS team Domain Functional El-Haik example Figure flow functional domain functional requirements hard changes high-level FRs hydraulic media Independence Axiom information content Lubricate running surface mapping mathematically mathematical methods nonzero sensitivity number of design number of FRs optimization P-diagram phase physical domain physical mapping physical structure pressure to low process mapping propositions pump Reangularity Ring Rotor Clearance satisfy sealing device Semangularity set of FRs Shannon entropy Six Sigma slide surface of chamber temperature theory tolerance transfer functions triangular matrix TRIZ Uncoupled and decoupled uncoupled or decoupled valve vane variability vector water faucet x1 displacement mechanism zigzagging process