P20620: WindowSkin Primary Packaging

Systems Design

Table of Contents

Team Vision for System-Level Design Phase


Functional Decomposition





The shipper pugh is above.


The dunnage pugh is above.

Concept Development


Generate new concept options or combinations that can potentially exceed the benchmark concepts

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Feasibility: Prototyping, Analysis, Simulation

Feasibility Chart


From the feasibility chart above Concept 1: Vertical Storage with Insert and Concept 3: Vertical Storage with Built in Dividers are the most feasible.

Morphological Chart

Morphological Chart


Concept Selection


Systems Architecture


Designs and Flowcharts


Risk Assessment

During this phase, two new risks were added to the risk table and accompanying graph:

When comparing all of the risks we found three that were tied with the highest score, and are therefore the ones will shall try to mitigate the most:

For any supplementary information on the risks please see the associated live document with all risk data.


Design Review Materials

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Plans for next phase


For the next phase our team will begin the Preliminary Design of the new WexEnergy packaging solution based on the benchmarking and research done during this Systems Level Design Phase. During this Preliminary Design stage our team will propose different box sizes to be custom made, calculate strengths of different corrugated cardboard, and propose an internal packaging solution. The 3E tests will give direction to the design of the packaging solution as the packaging solution is to withstand these standardized shipping tests.

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