System Engineering Management 5e

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A practical, step-by-step guide to total systems management Systems Engineering Management, Fifth Edition is a practical guide to the tools and methodologies used in the field. Using a "total systems management" approach, this book covers everything from initial establishment to system retirement, including design and development, testing, production, operations, maintenance, and support. This new edition has been fully updated to reflect the latest tools and best practices, and includes rich discussion on computer-based modeling and hardware and software systems integration. New case studies illustrate real-world application on both large- and small-scale systems in a variety of industries, and the companion website provides access to bonus case studies and helpful review checklists. The provided instructor's manual eases classroom integration, and updated end-of-chapter questions help reinforce the material. The challenges faced by system engineers are candidly addressed, with full guidance toward the tools they use daily to reduce costs and increase efficiency.
System Engineering Management integrates industrial engineering, project management, and leadership skills into a unique emerging field. This book unifies these different skill sets into a single step-by-step approach that produces a well-rounded systems engineering management framework.
  • Learn the total systems lifecycle with real-world applications
  • Explore cutting edge design methods and technology
  • Integrate software and hardware systems for total SEM
  • Learn the critical IT principles that lead to robust systems
Successful systems engineering managers must be capable of leading teams to produce systems that are robust, high-quality, supportable, cost effective, and responsive. Skilled, knowledgeable professionals are in demand across engineering fields, but also in industries as diverse as healthcare and communications. Systems Engineering Management, Fifth Edition provides practical, invaluable guidance for a nuanced field.
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ISBN-13: 9781119047827
ISBN-10: 111904782X
Pagini: 576
Dimensiuni: 161 x 241 x 34 mm
Greutate: 0.91 kg
Ediția: 5th Edition
Editura: Wiley
Locul publicării: Hoboken, United States

Public țintă

Primary: Upper level undergraduate students and graduate students in industrial engineering/systems management programs
Secondary: Practicing system engineers, system integrators, design engineers, engineering analysts, program managers, graduate students in select courses in manufacturing, aerospace, electrical engineering


Chapter 1: Introduction to System Engineering 1.1 Definition of a System 1.1.1 The Characteristics of a System 1.1.3 System of Systems (SOS) 1.2 The Current Environment: Some Challenges 1.3 The Need for System Engineering 1.3.1 The System Life Cycle 1.3.2 Definition of System Engineering 1.3.3 Requirements for System Engineering 1.3.4 System Architecture 1.3.6 System Analysis 1.3.7 Some Additional System Models 1.3.8 System Engineering in the Life Cycle (Some Applications) 1.4 Related Terms and Definitions 1.4.1 Concurrent/Simultaneous Engineering 1.4.2 Some Major Supporting Design Disciplines 1.4.3 Logistics and Supply Chain Management (SCM) 1.4.4 Integrated System Maintenance and Support 1.4.5 Data and Information Management 1.4.6 Configuration Management (CM) 1.4.7 Total Quality Management (TQM) 1.4.8 Total System Value and Life-Cycle Cost (LCC) 1.4.8 Total System Value and Life-Cycle Cost (LCC) 1.5 System Engineering Management 1.6 Summary Questions and Problems Chapter 2: The System Engineering Process 2.1 Definition of the Problem (Current Deficiency) 2.2 System Requirements (Needs Analysis) 2.3 System Feasibility Analysis 2.4 System Operational Requirements 2.5 The Logistics and Maintenance Support Concept 2.6 Identification and Prioritization of Technical Performance Measures (TPMs) 2.7 Functional Analysis 2.7.1 Functional Flow Block Diagrams (FFBDs) 2.7.2 Operational Functions 2.7.3 Maintenance and Support Functions 2.7.4 Application of Functional Analysis 2.7.5 Interfaces with Other Systems in a SOS Configuration 2.8 Requirements Allocation 2.8.1 Functional Packaging and Partitioning 2.8.2 Allocation of System-Level Requirements to the Subsystem Level and Below 2.8.3 Traceability of Requirements (Top-Down/Bottom-Up) 2.8.4 Allocation of Requirements in a SOS Configuration 2.9 System Synthesis, Analysis, and Design Optimization 2.10 Design Integration 2.11 System Test and Evaluation 2.11.1 Categories of Test and Evaluation 2.11.2 Integrated Test Planning 2.11.3 Preparation for Test and Evaluation 2.11.4 Test Performance, Data Collection, Analysis, and Validation 2.11.5 System Modifications 2.12 Production and/or Construction 2.13 System Operational Use and Sustaining Support 2.14 System Retirement and Material Recycling/Disposal 2.15 Summary Questions and Problems Chapter 3: System Design Requirements 3.1 Development of Design Requirements and Design-To Criteria 3.2 Development of Specifications 3.3 The Integration of System Design Activities 3.4 Selected Design Engineering Disciplines 3.4.1 Software Engineering8 3.4.2 Reliability Engineering17 3.4.3 Maintainability Engineering22 3.4.4 Human-Factors Engineering26,27 3.4.5 Safety Engineering33 3.4.6 Security Engineering34 3.4.7 Manufacturing and Production Engineering38 3.4.8 Logistics and Supportability Engineering41 3.4.9 Disposability Engineering 3.4.10 Quality Engineering50 3.4.11 Environmental Engineering 3.4.12 Value/Cost Engineering (Life-Cycle Costing)54 3.5 SOS Integration and Interoperability Requirements 3.6 Summary Questions and Problems Chapter 4: Engineering Design Methods and Tools 4.1 Conventional Design Practices2 4.2 Analytical Methods 4.3 Information Technology, the Internet, and Emerging Technologies5 4.4 Current Design Technologies and Tools 4.4.1 The Use of Simulation in System Engineering8 4.4.2 The Use of Rapid Prototyping9 4.4.3 The Use of Mock-ups 4.5 Computer-Aided Design (CAD)10 4.6 Computer-Aided Manufacturing (CAM) 4.7 Computer-Aided Support (CAS)14 4.8 Summary Questions and Problems Chapter 5: Design Review and Evaluation 5.1 Design Review and Evaluation Requirements 5.2 Informal Day-to-Day Review and Evaluation 5.3 Formal Design Reviews 5.3.1 Conceptual Design Review 5.3.2 System Design Reviews 5.3.3 Equipment/Software Design Reviews 5.3.4 Critical Design Review 5.4 The Design Change and System Modification Process 5.5 Supplier Review and Evaluation 5.6 Summary Questions and Problems Chapter 6: System Engineering Program Planning 6.1 System Engineering Program Requirements 6.1.1 The Need for Early System Planning 6.1.2 Determination of Program Requirements 6.2 System Engineering Management Plan (SEMP)4 6.2.1 Statement of Work 6.2.2 Definition of System Engineering Functions and Tasks 6.2.3 System Engineering Organization 6.2.4 Development of a Work Breakdown Structure (WBS)7 6.2.5 Specification/Documentation Tree 6.2.6 Technical Performance Measures (TPM) 6.2.7 Development of Program Schedules 6.2.8 Preparation of Cost Projections12 6.2.9 Program Technical Reviews and Audits 6.2.10 Program Reporting Requirements 6.3 Determination of Outsourcing Requirements 6.3.1 Identification of Potential Suppliers 6.3.2 Development of a Request for Proposal (RFP) 6.3.3 Review and Evaluation of Supplier Proposals 6.3.4 Selection of Suppliers and Contract Negotiation 6.3.5 Supplier Monitoring and Control 6.4 Integration of Design Specialty Plans 6.5 Interfaces with Other Program Activities 6.5.1 Interface Management 6.6 Management Methods/Tools 6.7 Risk Management Plan18 6.8 Global Applications/Relationships 6.9 Summary Questions and Problems Chapter 7: Organization for System Engineering 7.1 Developing the Organizational Structure 7.2 Customer, Producer, and Supplier Relationships 7.3 Customer Organization and Functions 7.4 Producer Organization and Functions (The Contractor) 7.4.1 Functional Organization Structure 7.4.2 Product-Line/Project Organization Structure 7.4.3 Matrix Organizational Structure 7.4.4 Integrated Product and Process Development (IPPD) 7.4.5 Integrated Product/Process Teams (IPTs) 7.4.6 System Engineering Organization 7.5 Tailoring the Process 7.5.1 Tailoring the Process 7.5.2 Middle-Out Approach 7.5.3 Managing from the Middle 7.6 Supplier Organization and Functions Section 7.5.1 Mapping Organization and Systems Structures 7.7 Human Resource Requirements 7.7.1 Creating the Proper Organizational Environment 7.7.2 Leadership Characteristics 7.7.3 The Needs of the Individual 7.7.4 Staffing the Organization 7.7.5 Personnel Development and Training 7.8 Summary Questions and Problems Chapter 8: System Engineering Program Evaluation 8.1 Evaluation Requirements 8.2 Benchmarking 8.3 Evaluation of the System Engineering Organization 8.4 Program Reporting, Feedback, and Control 8.5 Summary Questions and Problems Appendix A: Functional Analysis (Case-Study Examples) Appendix B: Cost Process and Models Appendix C: Selected Case Studies (Nine Examples) Appendix D: Design Review Checklist Appendix E: Supplier Evaluation Checklist Appendix F: Selected Bibliography