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Design and Development Validation

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Design and Development Validation - definition(s)

Design and Development Validation - Design and development validation is a process. This process uses objective evidence to confirm that products meet the requirements which define their intended use or application. Whenever specified requirements have been met, a validated status is achieved. The process of validation can be carried out under realistic use conditions or within a simulated use environment.

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Source: Praxium Research Group Ltd, 09 March 2011 07:59:26, External

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Design Validation - Testing to ensure that product conforms to defined user needs and/or requirements. Design validation follows successful design verification and is normally performed on the final product under defined, operating conditions. Multiple validations may be performed if there are different intended uses.

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Design Verification - Testing to ensure that all design outputs meet design input requirements. Design verification may include activities such as: Design Review, Performing Alternate Calculations, Understanding Tests & Demonstrations and Review of Design Stage Documents Before Release.

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Source: The Quality Portal, Apr 06, 2011 07:29 AM, External




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