Whatever their discipline, engineers are routinely called upon to develop solutions to all kinds of problems. To do so effectively, they need a systematic and disciplined approach that considers a range of alternatives, taking into account all relevant factors, before selecting the best solution. In Problem Solving for Engineers, David Carmichael d

chapter 1|20 pages

Systems Methodology

chapter 2|56 pages

Models and Modeling

chapter 3|20 pages

Some Common System Models

chapter 5|54 pages

The Synthesis Configuration

chapter 6|42 pages

The Investigation Configuration

chapter 7|22 pages

Systematic General Problem Solving

chapter 8|20 pages


chapter 9|14 pages

General Problem Solving with Groups

chapter 10|28 pages

Decision Making with Multiple Objectives

chapter 11|52 pages


chapter 12|30 pages

Decision Approaches and Tools