Scalable product family design: case study of axial piston pumps
"Many companies are trying to generate product variants through platforming to cater to diverse customer needs in a cost effective fashion. Although product platforming may provide a cost effective solution, platforming may also render undesirable degradation in the individual product variant performance. Creating product variants based on multiple platforms instead of a single platform can be adopted as a strategy to reduce this performance degradation. In this paper, a methodology is proposed to determine the optimal number of scalable platforms needed for creating known product variants by considering the trade off between cost effectiveness and performance degradation"--Abstract, leaf iv.
Myers, Donald D., 1939-2009
Engineering Management and Systems Engineering
M.S. in Engineering Management
University of Missouri--Rolla
xii, 64 leaves
© 2006 Shivaraj Narayana Bhandare, All rights reserved.
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New products -- Management
Product management -- Case studies
Production planning -- Case studies
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Bhandare, Shivaraj N., "Scalable product family design: case study of axial piston pumps" (2006). Masters Theses. 5922.
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