QFD


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QFD

abbreviation for
(Atomic Physics) quantum flavourdynamics
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The ideal 'Means' was identified using parameters from the QFD and a weighting system, ultimately resulting in the best combination, being the following: a parallel/rotational force applied after time to settle at an elevated temperature, utilising mechanical force closure to move the mirrors between stations.
Japanese planning specialist Yoji Akao, Ph.D., originated the concept of QFD in 1972, and applied it to the design of an oil tanker at the Kobe Shipyards of Mitsubishi Heavy Industry.
Based on the analysis of literature and the results of the years of research in the field of improvement of operation, test sheet, analysis of ParetoLorenz, indicators of damage, Ishikawa diagram, FMEA, and QFD were chosen.
Quality Function Deployment (QFD) is a very well-known design method, developed in late 1960 in Japan, and used with the aim of translating Customer Needs (CNs) and wants into technical design requirements by means of the use of a series of matrices, called House of Quality (HoQ), with the objective to satisfy the customers' expectations improving the quality level of the product at the same time (Fargnoli 2006; Shahi, Alipour 2016).
This study proposes the QFD-TOPSIS model in which the QFD model is combined with TOPSIS to measure tradeoff TC.
In the corresponding innovative methods, market innovation includes root analysis and QFD in demand analysis stage; brainstorming method, morphological analysis method, checklist method, TRIZ method and creative template in creative scheme generation stage.
The critical requirements of the customer can be measured by Quality Function Deployment (QFD), developed by Yoji Akao (1972).