Integrated Models in Production Planning, Inventory, Quality, and Maintenance

Integrated Models in Production Planning, Inventory, Quality, and Maintenance

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Production planning, inventory management, quality control, and maintenance policy are critical components of the manufacturing system. The effective integration of these four components gives a manufacturing operation the competitive edge in today's global market place. Integrated Models in Production Planning, Inventory, Quality, and Maintenance provides, in one volume, the latest developments in the integration of production, quality, and maintenance models. Prominent researchers, who are actively engaged in these areas, have contributed the topical chapters focused on the most recent issues in the area.
In Part I, Ben-Daya and Rahim provide an overview of the literature dealing with integrated models for production, quality, and maintenance. Directions for future research are outlined. Part II contains six chapters (chapters 2 to 6) dealing with integrated models for production and maintenance. Part III deals with integrated production/inventory and quality models in chapters 7-11. Part IV focuses on quality and maintenance integrated models and contains two chapters. Part V deals with warranty, manufacturing, and quality and contains two chapters. Part VI addresses issues related to quality and contains three chapters (chapters 16-18).
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Product details

  • Hardback | 445 pages
  • 160 x 236.2 x 30.5mm | 884.52g
  • Dordrecht, Netherlands
  • English
  • 2001 ed.
  • XXIV, 445 p.
  • 0792373472
  • 9780792373476

Table of contents

List of Figures. List of Tables. Preface. Acknowledgments. Contributing Authors. Part I: Introduction. 1. Integrated Production, Quality & Maintenance Models: An Overview; M. Ben-Daya, M.A. Rahim. Part II: Production and Maintenance. 2. Computation Algorithms of Cost-Effective EMQ Policies with PM; H. Okamura, et al. 3. Optimal Control Policy for a General EMQ Model with Random Machine Failure; V. Makis, X. Jiang. 4. A Production: Inventory Policy for an Unreliable Machine; H.-S. Lee, M.M. Srinivasan. 5. Integrating Maintenance, Lot Sizing and Production Planning for a Single Machine Multi-Product System; S.K. Goyal, Y. Kahyaoglu. 6. Optimal Models of Preventive Maintenance and Replacement Policies; E. Shemesh, et al. 7. An Integrated Economic Model for Inventory and Statistical Process Control; E. Del Castillo, I.T. Salcedo. 8. A Generalized Integrated Economic Model for Inventory and Quality Control Problems; H. Ohta, et al. 9. Optimal Inventory Ordering Policies for Quality-Dependent Markets; M. Hariga, M.N. Azaiez. 10. Manufacturing System Modeling and Control; E.K. Boukas, Z.K. Liu. 11. A Single Period Inventory Model to Account for Demand Surprises; D. Serel, H. Moskowitz. Part IV: Quality and Maintenance. 12. Improving and Maintaining Process Profitability; E. von Collani, G. Kiesmuller. 13. A Simple Model for the Effect of Manufacturing Process Quality on Product Reliability; M. Tortorella. Part V: Warranty, Manufacturing and Quality. 14. Warranty and Manufacturing; K.F.Lyons, D.N.P. Murthy. 15. Warranty and Quality; D.N.P. Murthy, I. Djamaludin. Part VI: Quality. 16. SPC-based Diagnosis of Processes with Multiple Concurrent Dysfunctional Steps; J.R. English, et al. 17. Stepwise-Programmed Regulation of Manufacturing Quality; J.J. Liu. 18. Simultaneous Monitoring of Mean and Variance through Optimally Designed SPRT Charts; F. Pachano-Azuaje, T.K. Das. Index.
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