Integrated Production Control Systems

This new edition features a compendium set of 11 user-friendly computer programs for the IBM PC that enhance the teaching power of the text, allowing readers to solve real-life problems.

Author: David D. Bedworth

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Incorporated

ISBN: UOM:39015012441922

Category: Business & Economics

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Focuses on the quantitative approaches necessary to computer-integrated manufacturing systems, and integrates major topics covering all phases of the production control cycle: production information processing and flow, production planning, forecasting, material requirements planning and monetary control, and scheduling. This new edition features a compendium set of 11 user-friendly computer programs for the IBM PC that enhance the teaching power of the text, allowing readers to solve real-life problems. Among programs included are growth forecasting, aggregate planning, material requirements planning, lot sizing and inventory control, and limited-resource scheduling. The chapters on scheduling give particularly thorough coverage on this difficult subject. Solutions are clearly presented, with many examples and exercises included in the text.
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Computer Integrated Production Systems and Organizations

The departmental budgeting and accounting controls encourage short-termism and thereby inhibit long-term innovations in integrated manufacturing and organisation systems. Although computer-aided production management systems are now ...

Author: Felix Schmid

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9783642578953

Category: Technology & Engineering

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The Background to the Institute The NATO Advanced Study Institute (ASI) 'People and Computers - Applying an Anthropocentric Approach to Integrated Production Systems and Organisations' came about after the distribution of a NATO fact sheet to BruneI University, which described the funding of ASls. The 'embryonic' director of the ASI brought this opportunity to the attention of the group of people, (some at BruneI and some from outside), who were together responsible for the teaching and management of the course in Computer Integrated Manufacturing (CIM) in BruneI's Department of Manufacturing and Engineering Systems. This course had been conceived in 1986 and was envisaged as a vehicle for teaching manufacturing engineering students the technology of information integration through project work. While the original idea of the course had also included the organisational aspects of CIM, the human factors questions were not considered. This shortcoming was recognised and the trial run of the course in 1988 contained some lectures on 'people' issues. The course team were therefore well prepared and keen to explore the People, Organisation and Technology (POT) aspects of computer integration, as applied to industrial production. A context was proposed which would allow the inclusion of people from many different backgrounds and which would open up time and space for reflection. The proposal to organise a NATO ASI was therefore welcomed by all concerned.
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Advances in Production Management Systems Value Networks Innovation Technologies and Management

Shi, Y.: Internationalization and evolution of manufacturing systems: classic process models, new industrial issues, and academic challenges. Integrated, Manufacturing Systems 14, 385–396 (2003) Spath, D., Potinecke, T.: Virtual product ...

Author: Jan Frick

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783642339806

Category: Computers

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This book constitutes the thoroughly refereed post-conference proceedings of the International IFIP WG 5.7 Conference on Advances in Production Management Systems, APMS 2011, held in Stavanger, Norway, in September 2011. The 66 revised and extended full papers were carefully reviewed and selected from 124 papers presented at the conference. The papers are organized in 3 parts: production process, supply chain management, and strategy. They represent the breadth and complexity of topics in operations management, ranging from optimization and use of technology, management of organizations and networks, to sustainable production and globalization. The authors use a broad range of methodological approaches spanning from grounded theory and qualitative methods, via a broad set of statistical methods to modeling and simulation techniques.
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Computer Aided Control System Design

[5] G.FBryant, C.N. Goulimis, A.G. Dimitriadis(1986): Design of integrated production control systems for the paper and board industry, Proc. IFAC Instrumentation and Automation in the Paper, Rubber, Plastics and Polymerisation ...

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Integrated Systems Control in the Steel Industry

Cheliustkin, A.B. (1975), Temporal Hierarchy of the Production Management System, RM-75-72, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis, Laxenburg, Austria. Donoghue J.F., and I. Lefkowitz (1972), Economic Tradeoffs Associated ...

Author: Irving Lefkowitz

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ISBN: WISC:89034101956

Category: Steel-works

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Group Technology and Cellular Manufacturing

Burbidge, J.L., 1987, The design of integrated production systems, in Kusiak, Andrew (ed.), Modern production management systems: proceedings of the IFIP TC/WG 5-7 Working Conference on Advances in Production Management Systems - APMS ...

Author: Nallan C. Suresh

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9781461554677

Category: Business & Economics

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Group Technology and Cellular Manufacturing (GT/CM) have been widely-researched areas in the past 15 years and much progress has been made in all branches of GT/CM. Resulting from this research activity has been a proliferation of techniques for part-machine grouping, engineering data bases, expert system-based design methods for identifying part families, new analytical and simulation tools for evaluating performance of cells, new types of cell incorporating robotics and flexible automation, team-based approaches for organizing the work force and much more; however, the field lacks a careful compilation of this research and its outcomes. The editors of this book have commissioned leading researchers and implementers to prepare specific treatments of topics for their special areas of expertise in this broad-based philosophy of manufacturing. The editors have sought to be global both in coverage of topic matters and contributors. Group Technology and Cellular Manufacturing addresses the needs and interests of three groups of individuals in the manufacturing field: academic researchers, industry practitioners, and students. (1) The book provides an up-to-date perspective, incorporating the advances made in GT/CM during the past 15 years. As a natural extension to this research, it synthesizes the latest industry practices and outcomes to guide research to greater real-world relevance. (2) The book makes clear the foundations of GT/CM from the core elements of new developments which are aimed at reducing developmental and manufacturing lead times, costs, and at improving business quality and performance. (3) Finally, the book can be used as a textbook for graduate students in engineering and management for studying the field of Group Technology and Cellular Manufacturing.
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Computer Integrated Manufacturing Iccim 91 Manufacturing Enterprises Of The 21st Century Proceedings Of The International Conference

... (PLCs) Design for Manufacture (CAD/CAM Integration) Integrated Production Control and Management Systems (MRP/MRPII, ... Languages and Systems Robot Kinematics and Dynamics Manufacturing Expert System Design Workshop : : Figure 1 ...

Author: Lim B S

Publisher: World Scientific

ISBN: 9789814556125

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Since the first edition of this book, the literature on fitted mesh methods for singularly perturbed problems has expanded significantly. Over the intervening years, fitted meshes have been shown to be effective for an extensive set of singularly perturbed partial differential equations. In the revised version of this book, the reader will find an introduction to the basic theory associated with fitted numerical methods for singularly perturbed differential equations. Fitted mesh methods focus on the appropriate distribution of the mesh points for singularly perturbed problems. The global errors in the numerical approximations are measured in the pointwise maximum norm. The fitted mesh algorithm is particularly simple to implement in practice, but the theory of why these numerical methods work is far from simple. This book can be used as an introductory text to the theory underpinning fitted mesh methods.
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Advances in Production Management Systems The Path to Intelligent Collaborative and Sustainable Manufacturing

stock control and storage, product's distribution, quality control and compliance with specific standards. Given the sector's challenges, it is worth emphasizing that the use of an integrated information system (ERP) and a strategic ...

Author: Hermann Lödding

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783319669267

Category: Computers

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The two-volume set IFIP AICT 513 and 514 constitutes the refereed proceedings of the International IFIP WG 5.7 Conference on Advances in Production Management Systems, APMS 2017, held in Hamburg, Germany, in September 2017. The 121 revised full papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from 163 submissions. They are organized in the following topical sections: smart manufacturing system characterization; product and asset life cycle management in smart factories of industry 4.0; cyber-physical (IIoT) technology deployments in smart manufacturing systems; multi-disciplinary collaboration in the development of smart product-service solutions; sustainable human integration in cyber-physical systems: the operator 4.0; intelligent diagnostics and maintenance solutions; operations planning, scheduling and control; supply chain design; production management in food supply chains; factory planning; industrial and other services; operations management in engineer-to-order manufacturing; gamification of complex systems design development; lean and green manufacturing; and eco-efficiency in manufacturing operations.
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The Efficient Enterprise

3.7.3.8 Production Control The task of integrated production control is to control and monitor the entire production process ... by each individual department, is also processed via the integrated and automated inventory control system.

Author: Peter Schimitzek

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 9780203486399

Category: Business & Economics

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In modern business, the availability of up-to-date and secure information is critical to a company's competitive edge and marketing drive. Unfortunately, traditional business studies and classical economics are unable to provide the necessary analysis of such contemporary issues as information technology and knowledge management. The Efficie
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Integrated Planning of Heat Flows in Production Systems

... nonlinear programming Modular production systems Machining tool Mean time to failure Mean time to repair Pinch analysis Pinch design Process integration Production management Production process Production planning and control System ...

Author: Denis Kurle

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783319704401

Category: Technology & Engineering

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The book presents an integrated planning concept for heat flows in production systems comprising various short term and long term related models. Detailed explanations about the modeling and implementation of all relevant system elements such as generic and specific machines types, technical building services (TBS), production planning and control aspects, heat storage units and (waste) heat designs follow. Due to resulting amounts of data, the concept foresees system level appropriate indicators and visualizations for a facilitatedevaluation of the model results. An application procedure embeds and describes all models as well.Three exemplary application cases demonstrate the applicability, including the manufacturing of shafts for automotive transmissions, a cooling water system and an academic learning environment.
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