The principle of concurrent engineering involves the integration of all parts of products development, from design to marketing, with the goal of saving time and money. These techniques are necessary for manufacturers who want to remain competitive. This book explores the values of this new system as well as its difficulties. Detailed chapters in this volume explore specific examples and present an overview of topics that are rapidly replacing traditional engineering approaches.
Academic Press Inc
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