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Neha P. Takawale

Main research topic:

Develop guidelines for flexible manufacturing methods for products that can change and evolve

Current research work:

Design of the Change Modes Effect and Analysis ‘readiness’ rating tool

Demonstrate with examples, consumer products that enable flexible changes in manufacturing processes, by reverse engineering the products

Papers:

Keese, D. A., N. P. Takawale, C. C. Seepersad and K. L. Wood, 2006,An Enhanced Change Modes and Effects Analysis (CMEA) Tool for Measuring Product Flexibility with Applications to Consumer Products", ASME IDETC/CIE Advances in Design Automation Conference, Philadelphia, PA. Paper Number: DETC2006-99478.

Graduate courses taken:

  • Product Design, Development and Protoyping

  • Manufacturing Processing: Unit Processes

  • Projects in Mechanical Engineering

  • Engineering Design Theory and Mathematical Techniques

  • Computer Fundamentals for Manufacturing Systems

  • Enterprise of Technology: Mind to Market

  • Intellectual Property

Education:

Bachelor of Engineering, Government College of Engineering, Pune. University of Pune, India

Contact info:

neha.pt@mail.utexas.edu