Engineering Related Questions

1-The three major stages of engineering development are a concept; design; and post-development.  Briefly explain why they are organized in that sequence, and describe some potential consequences if development were NOT carried out in that sequence.

The engineering project process is a sequence of phases that engineers keep an eye on to come up with a clarification to a problem. Numerous times the description involves scheming a product that encounters certain standards and/or accomplishes a specific chore. Engineers do not continually keep an eye on the engineering project process phases in order, one after another. This is dangerous because the stages mark the primary transition system in the life cycle of the process. If they are not followed correctly, then the project might not be realized. Failure to comply with the stages may lead to delay in the process as the engineer must go back to the system and check for the problem to be corrected.  For instance, if the stages are not followed, it is very mutual to go back to a previous phase to make an amendment or change to your scheme which leads to a waste of resource.

2-The Systems Engineering Management Plan (SEMP) includes a section on the systems engineering organization (i.e., integrated product teams).  Briefly outline how the SEMP would describe the attributes of an SE team, i.e., which attributes of the SE team would the SEMP identify and describe? (Do NOT create a notional organization chart.)

SEMP defines how the engineering portion of the project will be implemented and monitored; it coordinates work between different teams and at the same time act as communication and controlling the link between project management and technical teams. Further, its primary function is to ensure that many participants’ teams know their responsibility. A well-planned SEMP with details help in providing a clear roadmap for SE.SEMP should work in close coordination with all the teams so that necessary SE procedures are followed. The carefully prepared and well-planned execution of SEMP leads to the proper implementation of SE and compares the planned tasks and those that are completed.

The attributes of SEMP are as follows.

  1. Reduces the risk of schedule
  2. Reduces the overall cost.
  3. Increases the chances of SE meeting the project expectations.

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