Courses of Study 2013-2014 
    
    Jul 24, 2024  
Courses of Study 2013-2014 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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CHEME 4610 - Chemical Product Design


Fall. 3 credits. Letter grades only.

Prerequisites: CHEME 3230 , CHEME 3240 , CHEME 3320 , CHEME 3900 . Enrollment limited to: CHEME seniors.

A.S. Feitelberg.

Chemical products range from specialty chemicals to electromechanical devices that perform chemical transformations.  This course integrates the steps of chemical product design from brainstorming and concept selection through design and manufacturing.  Students will be taught and practice using the basic tools and principles of chemical product design, including TRIZ, house of quality, robust design, design for manufacturability, and FMEA.  Other topics include multi-generational product planning, sustainability and life cycle analysis, basic economic evaluations, risk management, an introduction to entrepreneurship and new business development, as well as intellectual property and freedom-to-operate assessments.  Case studies drawn from industry will also be illustrated.

Outcome 1: Learn how to capture the voice of the customer through construction of the house of quality for a chemical product. (a,c,e,g,k)

Outcome 2: Learn how to use TRIZ to brainstorm solutions to technical problems. (a,c,e,g,k)

Outcome 3: Learn how to use Taguchi Methods to improve the quality of a chemical product during the design phase. (a,b,c,e,g,k)

Outcome 4: Learn how large chemical product design projects are organized and executed. This outcome includes developing a working understanding of risk management methods, multi-generational product plans, and stage-gated product delivery processes. (a,c,e,g,k)



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