Welcome to. Bioengineering Senior Design Project I. Dr. Ron Fournier August 22, 2011. Textbook. Required, Biodesign , by Zenios, Makower and Yock Readings from this book will guide and supplement our classroom discussions and the activities of your design team
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Dr. Ron Fournier
August 22, 2011
(sections refer to Biodesign book)
Decide whether work should even be done, rule out alternatives, approximate methods, rough economic analyses
Detailed analyses and calculations to define profitability and expected costs
Complete design/specifications for all components of the product
Accurate costs based on quotes
Ready to manufacture and market
Everyone will be a judge in this class.
This is all part of the process known as Due Diligence
Be prepared to answer tough questions !
Team and leader are passionate
Working design team
Primarily engineers, take the product specifications and develop the detailed design specifications
Develop the detailed design from these specifications and verify their designs thru testing
Validate and verify the designThe Design Team
What to do with this box?
Generate 5 ideas for how you could use this altoid tin
Represent how the company will
respond to the customer’s wants and needs, i.e.
the functions that the device must have
of what the
Intersection records the presence and the
strength of relationships that exist between
the voice and the design requirements
The “qualities” of your
desired marriage partner
The “functions” of marriage
Weight given to each “quality”
Scoring of each
“qualities” & “functions”,
ie. Is marriage a fit for
Possible marriage partners
Used to screen opportunities, to compare alternative designs
and design options etc.