The Implementation of Product Architecture in Developing Conceptual Design for Passive Grease Trap

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The procedure, by which the functional and physical elements of a product are arranged, is known as the product architecture. It highlights the interaction between parts of product. It is a phase where the function of a product is assigned to its physical. The role of product architecture in a product development is very vital since a comprehensive choice of the product architecture provides a good idea on how the functions are understood and how a standardization is achieved. In this regard, this paper presents the following: the product schematic, product cluster, product geometry, and fundamental and incidental product elements interactions of a grease trap design.

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Mohd Jailani Mohd Nor, Mohd Edeerozey Abd Manaf, Lau Kok Tee, Muhammad Syafiq Syed Mohamed and Mohd Sanusi Abdul Aziz

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636-640

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K. Juffrizal et al., "The Implementation of Product Architecture in Developing Conceptual Design for Passive Grease Trap", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vol. 761, pp. 636-640, 2015

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May 2015

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