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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 The Engineering Design Process Identify the Problem Identify Criteria and Constraints Brainstorm/ Imagine Possibilities Explore your Ideas Plan Approach Create Prototype TestPrototype RefinePrototype Finish! The Engineering Design Process is the process for the development of a product or system. This process is used in the development of a possiblesolution to a problem. Anyone can use this process.Normally scientist and engineers will use this for a possible creation or solution. This is a repetitive process, but not quite a circle. If the prototype or model fails, then you might have to go back a few steps. This process is 9 steps. To solve your problem, you need to knowwhat it is. Identify the problem at hand before you try to fix or create anything. This will be the first step in The Engineering Design Process. You need to know your limits. Before you design anything, you need to identify any constraints you have that might affect you in this process. Now, you need to brainstorm. Imagine possible solutions that can solve theproblem. Remember your constraintsand problem. After you have considered manypossible ideas, you need to filterthrough them and pick the one that you think will work best.You may go through this step acouple times. After picking the best possible solution, youneed to plan your approach. In this stepit is time to prep and plan your procedure. Now that you have planed everything, you can now select yourself where to start. Ask yourself what needs to be worked on first and where you should start. During this step, you are making the prototype or model. The design you are making is(hopefully) the thing that will fix the problem. After you are done building and you are sure this is the best your prototype ormodel is the best it can be, you can nowtest it if it will be your final project. This part is optional. If you believe your prototype is the best it can be or needsonly a few tweeks, you might be good.But if you need to go back to the drawing board, you go back to step 4.
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