2 edition of Engineering design outputs. found in the catalog.
Engineering design outputs.
|Series||SME technical paper -- IQ81-495|
|Contributions||Society of Manufacturing Engineers.|
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Design output - Design outputs are the results of the design and engineering efforts. These are normally the final specifications for the device. Including the manufacturing process and the in-coming, in-process and finished device inspection, measurement or test methods and criteria. The programs can show the designer how a specific design will perform but that they cannot reliably be used to assess the acceptability of a design. Irrespective of the form of the visualisation output, it is important that the program provides adequate information to enable the construction and verification of the lighting design.
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