Case Study on Fuzzy Blitz Quality Function Deployment

Eslam A. Nawar (1), Soheir H. Backar (2), Mohamed A. El-Dardiry (3)
(1) Master’s Student: Production Engineering Department, Faculty of Engineering, Alexandria University, Alexandria, Egypt, Egypt,
(2) Assisstant Professor: Production Engineering Department, Faculty of Engineering, Alexandria University, Alexandria, Egypt, Egypt,
(3) Emeritus: Production Engineering Department, Faculty of Engineering, Alexandria University, Alexandria, Egypt

Abstract

Organizations strive to develop their products in a way that fulfils customers’ requirements and increases their satisfaction. The traditional Quality Function Deployment (QFD) is a popular technique for that purpose but it has some drawbacks. To tackle these drawbacks, the researchers will implement Blitz QFD a modern model of the traditional one and integrate it with fuzzy logic through a case study on the development of a cargo tricycle. This model provides a leaner approach that captures the most critical requirements of customers in order to implement them and provides more reasonable values as a result of using fuzzy logic.

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Authors

Eslam A. Nawar
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Soheir H. Backar
Mohamed A. El-Dardiry
Nawar, E. A., Backar, S. H., & El-Dardiry, M. A. (2018). Case Study on Fuzzy Blitz Quality Function Deployment. The Academic Research Community Publication, 2(3), 256–264. https://doi.org/10.21625/archive.v2i3.366

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