Methodology of manufacturability optimization at introduction of science intensive aerospace products into production
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The process of optimization in a combined engineering process choice is considered and a necessity to create new methods and technologies, and also a structure of technologist’s evidence basis at manufacturability optimization at the stage of the new products introduction into manufacturing and design changes agreement are substantiated.

manufacturability, optimization, criterion analysis, aerospace products
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