Libro SYSTEMS ENGINEERING: THEORY AND PRACTICE en formato PDF y epub, trata sobre Ingeniería y tiene 288 paginas en español, escrito de la mano de ALBERTO SOLS RODRIGUEZ-CANDELA , 2014 mediante la editorial UNIVERSIDAD PONTIFICIA COMILLAS
This book is structured around the systems engineering framework, the backbone of the systems approach.
It ranges from the identification of a need or opportunity to the elimination, at the end of its operational life, of the system designed to provide the necessary or expected capabilities.
A number of things in this book differ from most of the textbooks available in systems engineering.
First, it shows the relationships between science and engineering, and summarizes the origins of systems engineering.
Second, there is a difference between the systemic approach and the way it is applied; this difference between the what and how it is addressed in detail.
The steps of the system engineering framework are described in detail and in their natural order to facilitate better understanding.
Fourth, it addresses the operational life of the system, along with the main strategies that can be applied to bridge the capacity gap that all systems exhibit in it.
Fifth, the book explains what system federations and systems systems are, and to what extent and how the systems engineering framework will be modified.
Systems engineering is about engineering systems, or man-made artifacts, and is applicable to all industrial sectors.
The aim of this book is to help professionals to...