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Materials and innovative product development : using common sense / Gernot H. Gessinger

Innovation in product design starts with materials. Developing successful commercial products demands a sound understanding of the materials that go into those products-their uses, their costs, their lifetime performance. However, the valuable knowledge of materials engineers is often not fully leve... Full description

PPN (Catalogue-ID): 622974823
Personen: Gessinger, Gernot H. [VerfasserIn]
Format: eBook eBook
Language: English
Published: Amsterdam [u.a.], Elsevier/Butterworth-Heinemann, 2009
Edition: 1. ed.
Basisklassifikation: 85.15 Forschung und Entwicklung
85.35 Fertigung
Subjects:

Materials science

Product management

New products

Research, Industrial (Management)

Innovation / Produktgestaltung / Materialwissenschaft / Prozessmanagement / Innovationsmanagement

Produktentwicklung

Innovation

Werkstoffkunde

Materials science

Product management

New products

Research, Industrial / Management

Notes: Description based on print version record
Includes bibliographical references and index
Physical Description: Online-Ressource (XXV, 268 S.)
Link: Inhaltsverzeichnis
Inhaltsverzeichnis
ISBN: 978-1-85617-559-3
0-08-087820-2
978-0-08-087820-1
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Sekundärausgabe Online-Ausg., 2009

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505 0 |a Front Cover; Materials and Innovative Product Development: Using Common Sense; Copyright Page; Dedication; Table of Contents; Preface; Who Should Read this Book?; Following the Flow of Innovation; Chapter 1: From Idea to Product to Market-The Flow; Objectives; Reality in Innovation; Materials Development-The Starting Point; Materials Systems (and Related Case Studies); Inorganic Materials; Organic, Biomaterials, and Biomimetic Materials; Nanomaterials; Electronic, Optical, and Magnetic Materials; Innovation Flow; Important Aspects in the Flow of Innovation. 
505 0 |a Where Do Ideas Come From? Sources of InnovationWhere to Get Information?; New Knowledge as a Source of Innovation; Principles of Successful Innovation; Objective of the Project; Original Idea and History of R&D Leading to CERCON®; Scoping-Selecting the Few Winning Ideas; Importance of Speed in Decision Making; Finding the Right Focus: Time, Cost, Objectives; Right Processes and Right Competencies-Important Pieces of a Puzzle; Summary; Chapter 2: An Introduction to Company Structure and Organization; Objectives. 
505 0 |a Objectives and Organization of Companies Established Ones and those to be EstablishedTraditional Organizational Structure; Organic Organization; Mixing Styles; Basis for Departmentalization; Functional Departmentalization; Geographic Departmentalization; Product Departmentalization; Customer or Market Departmentalization; Process Departmentalization; Setting Up Vision, Mission, Objectives, Strategies; Vision; Situation Analysis; Strategy Formulation; Strategic Planning; Cost Leadership Strategy; Differentiation Strategy; Focus Strategy; Summary; References. 
505 0 |a Chapter 3: Creation Phase-Research and DevelopmentObjectives; Three Phases of the Innovation Process by Abernathy and Utterback; Fluid Phase; Transitional Phase; Specific Phase; Conventional and Disruptive Technology S Curves; New Concept Development Model; New Process Development [12]; Surge Arresters; The History of ZnO Varistors; Metal Oxide Varistors at Brown Boveri; Asea Bets on Metal Oxide Varistors; Brown Boveri Closes the Gap; Competitors Become Partners; Learning Points; Summary; References; Chapter 4: Application Phase-Design and Manufacturing; Objectives. 
505 0 |a Production Engineering and ManufacturingProduction Engineering; Manufacturing; First Challenge: Available Manufacturing Methods; Second Challenge: Process Development; Third Challenge: Upscaling; Fourth Challenge: Technology Transfer; More than 30 Years Later; Lessons Learned; Introduction; Background; Laboratory of New Technologies (Samarov, personal communication); Establishing Synertech; The Shrinkage Model; Examples of Complex Shapes Produced by HIP; Competitive Cost Analysis and Market; Reasons for Success; Future Outlook; Learning Points; Chapter 5: Managing Technology; Objectives. 
505 0 |a Does More R&D Expenditure Lead to Higher Profitability?. 
520 |a Innovation in product design starts with materials. Developing successful commercial products demands a sound understanding of the materials that go into those products-their uses, their costs, their lifetime performance. However, the valuable knowledge of materials engineers is often not fully leveraged in the creative phase of the product design cycle. Gessinger seeks to bridge this gap that exists in many companies. Written from the bottom-up perspective of the engineer or scientist on a product design team, Materials and Innovative Product Design introduces business, economics and strategic product development to the materials specialist and demystifies materials selection for other members of the design team and manufacturing management. Using case studies from innovative organizations, such as ABB, and successful start-ups, such as NDC, Day4Energy, and Metoxit, Gessinger illustrates how the integration of different engineering and business disciplines can power innovation in the design process. By addressing the real world needs of innovators, this book allows the reader to unlock the potential of the new material types that have been changing the face of product design and deploy an integrated business approach to materials selection and the design process. Allows engineers to develop a fuller understanding of economics and business objectives in order to contribute more effectively to innovative product design Introduces the business opportunities and practical challenges of deploying new material types to design and manufacturing management Illustrates how to harness the power of R & D within the design cycle through case studies of innovative and successful organizations that have brought new materials technologies to known markets and known materials to new markets 
520 |a Innovation in product design starts with materials. Developing successful commercial products demands a sound understanding of the materials that go into those products-their uses, their costs, their lifetime performance. However, the valuable knowledge of materials engineers is often not fully leveraged in the creative phase of the product design cycle. Gessinger seeks to bridge this gap that exists in many companies. Written from the bottom-up perspective of the engineer or scientist on a product design team, Materials and Innovative Product Design introduces business, economics and strategic product development to the materials specialist and demystifies materials selection for other members of the design team and manufacturing management. Using case studies from innovative organizations, such as ABB, and successful start-ups, such as NDC, Day4Energy, and Metoxit, Gessinger illustrates how the integration of different engineering and business disciplines can power innovation in the design process. By addressing the real world needs of innovators, this book allows the reader to unlock the potential of the new material types that have been changing the face of product design and deploy an integrated business approach to materials selection and the design process. Allows engineers to develop a fuller understanding of economics and business objectives in order to contribute more effectively to innovative product design Introduces the business opportunities and practical challenges of deploying new material types to design and manufacturing management Illustrates how to harness the power of R & D within the design cycle through case studies of innovative and successful organizations that have brought new materials technologies to known markets and known materials to new markets 
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