By David E. Clark, Diane C. Folz, Thomas D. McGee
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While the Firestone recall was voluntary, news stories reported six months earlier An Introduction t o Ceramic Engineering Design prompted the recall when it was discovered that approximately 50 people had died in rollover accidents caused by tread separation. The number of deaths in the United States associated with this catastrophic tire failure would eventually rise to 160, with over 600 injuries. In the resulting legal furor over responsibility for the tires, Firestone charged that Ford shouldered a large part of the responsibility as well because the design of the Ford Explorer was flawed.
It is clear that prototyping is an expensive process. Complex shapes require more prototype iterations, driving up the cost for prototyping and increasing the time required in the product development stage. To increase the efficiency of production of widely varying parts, machining technologies have advanced to providemultiple axis flexibilityand softwarecompatibility. However, even with the improvements in machining equipment and processes, the complexity of shapes that can be formed is limited.
These same tires manufactured at other plants failed at the rate of 100 tires per million. When questioned, Tom Baughman, engineering director at Ford North America Truck said the industry standard for tire failure is 5 per million. Ethical Issues in Design 1. Who should bear the ultimate responsibility for the deaths resulting fiom the tread separation: Firestone management, the engineer who designed the tire, or the Decatur plant engineer responsible for the production process? 2. Are design engineers absolved of responsibility when their product enters the manufacturing stage?
An Introduction to Ceramic Engineering Design (#G067) by David E. Clark, Diane C. Folz, Thomas D. McGee