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Industrial Production Management in Flexible Manufacturing Systems

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Industrial Production Management in Flexible Manufacturing Systems addresses the present discussions surrounding flexible production systems based on automation, robotics and cybernetics as they continue to replace the traditional production systems. The book also covers issues related to the use of multi-servicing in the operational management of the industrial production and its scheduling systems.

Table of Contents

  1. Cover
  2. Title Page
  3. Copyright Page
  4. Foreword
  5. Preface
    1. ABOUT THE SUBJECT
    2. ORGANIZATION OF THE BOOK
    3. TARGET AUDIENCE
  6. Acknowledgment
  7. Section 1: Elements of Industrial Operational Management
    1. Chapter 1: Structural Organisation of Industrial Companies
      1. ABSTRACT
      2. THE SYSTEM-INDUSTRIAL COMPANY
      3. THE INPUT-OUTPUT FEEDBACK RELATION IN INDUSTRIAL COMPANIES
      4. TYPOLOGY OF COMPANIES
      5. PRODUCTION PROCESS
      6. DESIGNING AND ANALYSING THE PRODUCTION PROCESS
      7. THE PRODUCTION AND DESIGN STRUCTURE
      8. DESIGNING THE ARRANGEMENT AND MODERNISATION OF THE PRODUCTION DEPARTMENTS
    2. Chapter 2: Capacity of Production
      1. ABSTRACT
      2. DEFINING THE PRODUCTION CAPACITY
      3. PRODUCTION CAPACITY OF BASIC DEPARTMENTS
      4. THE PRODUCTION CAPACITY OF THE AUXILIARY AND SERVING DEPARTMENTS
      5. THE PRODUCTION CAPACITY OF THE SURFACES OF PRODUCTIVE AND NON-PRODUCTIVE DEPARTMENTS
      6. PRODUCTION CAPACITY RESERVES
      7. USING THE OPERATIVE MANAGEMENT IN BALANCING THE PRODUCTION CAPACITY
      8. DETERMINING THE SIZE OF INDUSTRIAL COMPANIES
    3. Chapter 3: The Constructive and Technological Preparation of Production
      1. ABSTRACT
      2. THE CODIFICATION AND CLASSIFICATION OF PRODUCTS
      3. THE CONSTRUCTIVE PREPARATION OF PRODUCTION
      4. THE INTEGRATION OF PRODUCTION
      5. CONCENTRATION OF PRODUCTION
      6. THE ORGANIZATION AND MODERNIZATION OF PRODUCTION
      7. PRODUCTION SCHEDULING
      8. THE TECHNOLOGICAL PREPARATION OF PRODUCTION MANUFACTURE
      9. THE USE OF PROPER TECHNOLOGIES IN THE MANUFACTURE OF INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTS
      10. THE SIMULATION OF INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION SYSTEMS
      11. THE COST OF QUALITY PRODUCT DURING ITS LIFE CYCLE
      12. MEASURING THE PRODUCTION NON-QUALITY BY COMPARISON
    4. Chapter 4: The Management of Basic Production Functions
      1. ABSTRACT
      2. TYPOLOGY OF INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION
      3. FUNDAMENTALS OF BASIC PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT
      4. THE MANAGEMENT OF IN-FLOW PRODUCTION
      5. PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT BY ORDERS
      6. THE COST OF INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION
      7. THE USE OF COMPUTER SCIENCE IN INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT
    5. Chapter 5: Auxiliary Production Management
      1. ABSTRACT
      2. THE CONTENTS OF AUXILIARY PRODUCTION
      3. THE MANAGEMENT OF THE MAINTENANCE, REPAIR, RESTRUCTURING AND MODERNISATION OF FIXED ASSETS
    6. Chapter 6: Management of Serving Activity
      1. ABSTRACT
      2. STORAGE MANAGEMENT
      3. MANAGEMENT OF INTERNAL TRANSPORTATION ACTIVITY
    7. Chapter 7: Operative Management of Industrial Production
      1. ABSTRACT
      2. THEORETICAL CONSIDERATIONS REGARDING THE CONCEPT OF OPERATIVE MANAGEMENT OF THE INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION
      3. PROGRAMMING THE INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION
      4. RELEASING, MONITORING, CONTROLLING, AND UPDATING THE PRODUCTION SCHEDULES
      5. USING THE DISPATCHER IN THE OPERATIVE MANAGEMENT OF INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION
      6. COMPUTERISING THE OPERATIVE MANAGEMENT
      7. EFFICIENCY OF THE INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION OPERATIVE MANAGEMENT
      8. USE OF THE BALANCED DASHBOARD IN THE OPERATIVE MANAGEMENT
    8. Chapter 8: The Use of Budgets in Forecasting the Activity of the Firm
      1. ABSTRACT
      2. THE FUNDAMENTS OF BUDGETING
      3. BUDGETING THE ACTIVITY OF THE FIRM
      4. THE USE OF BUDGETS IN THE MANAGEMENT OF THE FIRM
    9. Chapter 9: Elements of Logistics Used in Industrial Operational Management
      1. ABSTRACT
      2. SYSTEMIC CONCEPT OF COMPANY’S LOGISTICS
      3. POSITIONING LOGISTICS INTO THE STRUCTURAL ORGANISATION OF THE COMPANY
      4. ACTIVITY OF LOGISTICS WITHIN THE COMPANY AND THE COSTS IT OCCURS
      5. IMPLEMENTING THE LOGISTIC STUDY INTO THE COMPANY AND THE COSTS IT OCCURS
      6. COMPANY’S NON-LOGISTICS: A “LOGIDRAM” FOR THE COMPANY
      7. THE INFORMATIZATION OF THE LOGISTICS ACTIVITY IN A FIRM
  8. Section 2: Industrial Production Programming Systems
    1. Chapter 10: Scheduling the Production Obtained by Means of Production Processes Organised in Variable Flow
      1. ABSTRACT
      2. THEORETICAL CONSIDERATIONS
      3. ELABORATING THE PRODUCTION SCHEDULE FOR THE VARIABLE FLOW PRODUCTION LINES
      4. SCHEDULING THE PRODUCTION OBTAINED BY PRODUCTION PROCESSES WHERE ONE OPERATION IS PERFORMED FOR SIMILAR PRODUCTS WITH DIMENSIONAL OR OF DIFFERENT QUALITY RANGES
    2. Chapter 11: Scheduling the Production Obtained by Production Processes where Several Operations Are Performed and Repeated at Time Intervals Previously Set Forth for Various Products
      1. ABSTRACT
      2. DETERMINING THE SIZE OF THE SERIES
      3. DETERMINING THE SIZE OF THE BATCH
      4. DETERMINING THE DURATION OF THE MANUFACTURING CYCLE
      5. ESTABLISHING THE CALENDAR ACCELERATIONS
      6. CALCULATING THE STOCKS OF HALF-FINISHED PRODUCTS
      7. CORRELATING THE SCHEDULED PRODUCTION WITH THE PRODUCTION CAPACITY
    3. Chapter 12: Managerial Systems, Methods, and Techniques Used in Scheduling Industrial Production
      1. ABSTRACT
      2. COST OBJECTIVE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
      3. MANAGERIAL COST MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
      4. EXPERT SYSTEMS USED IN INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT
  9. Section 3: Industrial Production Multiserve
    1. Chapter 13: Considerations on Multi-Service on Workstations
      1. ABSTRACT
      2. FEATURES OF THE PROCESSING CYCLE ON TOOLS
      3. GROUPING PROCESSING OPERATIONS ACCORDING TO THEIR TECHNOLOGICAL STRUCTURE
      4. THE PARAMETERS USED FOR CHARACTERISING THE MULTI-SERVING OF SEVERAL TOOLS, DEPENDING ON THE STRUCTURE AND DURATION OF TECHNOLOGICAL OPERATIONS
      5. THE TECHNIQUE OF COMBINING OPERATIONS TO BE PERFORMED ON SEVERAL TOOLS FOR VARIOUS TYPES OF TECHNOLOGICAL PROCESSES
      6. DETERMINING THE OPTIMAL PRODUCTION CONDITIONS FOR THE OPERATION OF SEVERAL TOOLS USING THE THEORY OF “WAITING ROWS”
      7. APPLYING THE “MARKOV CHAIN” THEORY IN THE CASE OF OPERATING SEVERAL TOOLS
      8. USING THE MODELS “TAKACS” AND “RUNNENBURG” FOR THE OPTIMISATION OF THE MULTI-SERVICE OF TOOLS
      9. THE METHOD OF OPTIMISATION OF THE SERVICE OF SEVERAL TOOLS USING THE “MECHANISATION COEFFICIENT”
    2. Chapter 14: Operational Production Structures Used in the Multi-Serving System
      1. ABSTRACT
      2. ORGANISING THE PRODUCTION BY DEPARTMENTS (WORKSHOPS)
      3. ORGANISING THE PRODUCTION BY LINES OF FLOW MANUFACTURING LINES
      4. ORGANISING THE PRODUCTION BY PRODUCTION DEPARTMENTS EQUIPPED WITH NUMERICAL CONTROL (CN, CNC) AND AUTOMATIC MACHINE TOOLS
      5. ORGANISING THE PRODUCTION BY PRODUCTION DEPARTMENTS WHICH CONSIST OF TRANSFER MACHINES AND PROCESSING CENTRES
      6. ORGANISING THE PRODUCTION BY FLEXIBLE MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS
      7. ORGANISING THE PRODUCTION BY PRODUCTION DEPARTMENTS EQUIPPED WITH INDUSTRIAL ROBOTS
    3. Chapter 15: Using the Graphical-Analytical Principle to Use Multi-Serving in Operational Management
      1. ABSTRACT
      2. FACTORS THAT INFLUENCE THE SERVING OF SEVERAL WORKSTATIONS AND THEIR INTERDEPENDENCE
      3. MULTI-SERVING UNDER THE CONDITIONS OF PERFORMING SOME IDENTICAL OPERATIONS WITH THE SAME DURATION AND STRUCTURE
      4. MULTI-SERVING UNDER THE CONDITIONS OF PERFORMING SOME DIFFERENT OPERATIONS WITH THE SAME CYCLE DURATION
      5. MULTI-SERVING UNDER THE CONDITIONS WHERE THE MACHINE TOOLS PERFORM MULTIPLE OPERATIONS, SOME HAVING THE SAME DURATION AND THE SAME CYCLE
      6. MULTI-SERVING UNDER THE CONDITIONS WHERE THE MACHINE TOOLS PERFORM DIFFERENT OPERATIONS
      7. MULTI-SERVING UNDER THE CONDITIONS OF SERVING SEVERAL MACHINE TOOLS MORE THAN ONCE IN THE SAME CYCLE
      8. THE SYSTEM OF INDICATORS USED IN ANALYSING THE DEGREE OF MULTI-SERVING MORE THAN ONE WORKSTATION
    4. Chapter 16: Using the Multi-Serving System in Textile Industry
      1. ABSTRACT
      2. FEATURES OF THE MULTI-SERVING SYSTEM USED IN TEXTILE INDUSTRY
      3. SERVING SEVERAL KNITTING MACHINES
      4. FEATURES OF SERVING SEVERAL WEAVING MACHINES
      5. ORGANISING THE SERVING OF SEVERAL MACHINES AT RANDOM TIME INTERVALS
    5. Chapter 17: Control of Industrial Production Management
      1. ABSTRACT
      2. PROCESS OF CONTROL AND ITS CONTENT
      3. FORMS OF MANAGERIAL ACTIVITY CONTROL
      4. SYSTEMS USED IN MANAGERIAL ACTIVITY CONTROL
      5. INVOLVEMENT OF CONTROL IN MANAGEMENT
      6. THE INTERDEPENDENCE RELATION BETWEEN MANAGERIAL ACTIVITY COORDINATION AND CONTROL
  10. Compilation of References
  11. About the Contributors