Engineering System Designs: Qualification Planning & Design Process
In this free online course, learn how to predict an outcome and whether a product meets or exceeds quality requirements.Publisher: NPTEL
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Qualification Planning & Design Process is one of the final phases of the design process. Every design process is unique, and this provides a step-by-step guide on how to undertake the qualification and planning process. The aim of the Qualification and Design Process is to verify whether a product meets or exceeds the users needs and quality requirements of its intended application. This process is important as it ensures that the end product meets the user needs and performs as intended
Next, you will learn about Interface Standards, the Design Process and several System Design examples. You will also learn about the integration and qualification of the system, how to ensure it meets the required standards or requirements and how it fulfills the stakeholders' expectations.
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Qualification Planning & Design Process
Qualification Planning & Design Process Learning Outcomes
Interface Standards and Design process
Integration and Qualification
Qualification Planning and Methods
Qualification Planning & Design Process - Lesson Summary
System Design - Learning Outcomes
Institute Service Kiosk Terminals(InSeKTs)
System Design Examples (InSeKTs)
System Design - Lesson Summary
At the end of this course, you should be able to:
- Discuss acceptance strategies
- Summarize what the Auto-link system is.
- Explain the mission of InSeKts.
- Recall how to design interfaces for the system to communicate with an external system.
- State what the existing standards for interfacing are.
- Identify the different interfaces.
- Define what a qualification is.
- Explain the difference between the bottom-up approach or top-down approach
- Identify the resources we need to identify the schedules for system testing.
- Discuss the various methods of qualification.
- Discussed the various methods of integration.
- List the steps involved in acceptance testing.
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