Manufacturing Systems Engineering
Concentrating on the three key themes of manufacturing technology, production management and industrial economics, this textbook provides information for students of mechanical, industrial, manufacturing and production engineering.
- Hardback | 508 pages
- 31 Jul 1996
- Taylor & Francis Ltd
- London, United Kingdom
- 2nd edition
Table of contents
Part 1 Essentials of manufacturing systems: fundamentals of manufacturing; fundamentals of systems; fundamentals of manufacturing systems; modes of production; integrated manufacturing and management systems. Part 2 Process systems for manufacturing: material and technological information flows in manufacturing systems; product planning and design; process planning and design; layout planning and design; logistic planning and design; manufacturing optimization. Part 3 Managerial information flow in manufacturing systems; production planning; production scheduling; inventory management; production control; quality engineering. Part 4 Value systems for manufacturing: value and cost flows in manufacturing systems; manufacturing cost and product cost structure; profit planning and break-even analysis; capital investment for manufacturing. Part 5 Automation systems for manufacturing: industrial automation; principles of computer-integrated manufacturing (CIM); computer-aided design (CAD); factory automation (FA), computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) and computer-integrated manufacturing systems. Part 6 Information systems for manufacturing: fundamentals of information technology; parts-orientated production information systems; computerized production scheduling; on-line production control systems; computer-based production management systems. Part 7 Social systems for manufacturing: social production structure; manufacturing strategy; global manufacturing; industrial structure and manufacturing efficiency; industrial input-output relations; manufacturing excellence for the future production perspectives.