Automation, Production Systems, and Computer-Integrated Manufacturing, 5th edition

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Overview

Automation, Production Systems, and Computer-Integrated Manufacturing explains how production systems are automated and computerized and how they can be mathematically analyzed to obtain performance metrics. The text covers using cutting-edge production technologies to construct modern manufacturing systems.

Published by Pearson (July 14th 2021) - Copyright © 2019

ISBN-13: 9780137518579

Subject: Industrial Engineering

Category: Automated Manufacturing

Table of contents

Table of Contents

  • Chapter 1 INTRODUCTION
    • 1.1 Production Systems
    • 1.2 Automation in Production Systems
    • 1.3 Manual Labor in Production Systems
    • 1.4 Automation Principles and Strategies
    • 1.5 About This Book

PART I OVERVIEW OF MANUFACTURING

  • Chapter 2 MANUFACTURING OPERATIONS
    • 2.1 Manufacturing Industries and Products
    • 2.2 Manufacturing Operations
    • 2.3 Production Facilities
    • 2.4 Product/Production Relationships
  • Chapter 3 MANUFACTURING METRICS AND ECONOMICS
    • 3.1 Production Performance Metrics
    • 3.2 Manufacturing Costs

PART II AUTOMATION AND CONTROL TECHNOLOGIES

  • Chapter 4 INTRODUCTION TO AUTOMATION
    • 4.1 Basic Elements of an Automated System
    • 4.2 Advanced Automation Functions
    • 4.3 Levels of Automation
    • 4.4 Automation and Artificial Intelligence
  • Chapter 5 INDUSTRIAL CONTROL SYSTEMS
    • 5.1 Process Industries versus Discrete Manufacturing Industries
    • 5.2 Continuous versus Discrete Control
    • 5.3 Computer Process Control
  • Chapter 6 HARDWARE COMPONENTS FOR AUTOMATION AND PROCESS CONTROL
    • 6.1 Sensors
    • 6.2 Actuators
    • 6.3 Analog—Digital Conversions
    • 6.4 Input/Output Devices for Discrete Data
  • Chapter 7 COMPUTER NUMERICAL CONTROL
    • 7.1 Fundamentals of NC Technology
    • 7.2 Computers and Numerical Control
    • 7.3 Applications of NC
    • 7.4 Analysis of Positioning Systems
    • 7.5 NC Part Programming
    • 7.6 CNC Trends and Developments
    • Appendix 7A: Coding for Manual Part Programming
  • Chapter 8 INDUSTRIAL ROBOTICS
    • 8.1 Robot Anatomy and Related Attributes
    • 8.2 Robot Control Systems
    • 8.3 End Effectors
    • 8.4 Applications of Industrial Robots
    • 8.5 Economic Justification of Industrial Robots
    • 8.6 Robot Programming
    • 8.7 Robot Accuracy and Repeatability
  • Chapter 9 DISCRETE CONTROL AND PROGRAMMABLE LOGIC CONTROLLERS
    • 9.1 Discrete Process Control
    • 9.2 Ladder Logic Diagrams
    • 9.3 Programmable Logic Controllers
    • 9.4 Personal Computers and Programmable Automation Controllers

PART III MATERIAL HANDLING AND IDENTIFICATION

  • Chapter 10 MATERIAL TRANSPORT SYSTEMS
    • 10.1 Overview of Material Handling
    • 10.2 Material Transport Equipment
    • 10.3 Analysis of Material Transport Systems
  • Chapter 11 STORAGE SYSTEMS
    • 11.1 Overview to Storage Systems
    • 11.2 Conventional Storage Methods and Equipment
    • 11.3 Automated Storage Systems
    • 11.4 Analysis of Storage Systems
  • Chapter 12 AUTOMATIC IDENTIFICATION AND DATA CAPTURE
    • 12.1 Overview of Automatic Identification Methods
    • 12.2 Bar Code Technology

PART IV MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS

  • Chapter 13 OVERVIEW OF MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS
    • 13.1 Components of a Manufacturing System
    • 13.2 Types of Manufacturing Systems
  • Chapter 14 SINGLE-STATION MANUFACTURING CELLS
    • 14.1 Single-Station Manned Cells
    • 14.2 Single-Station Automated Cells
    • 14.3 Applications of Single-Station Cells
    • 14.4 Analysis of Single-Station Cells
  • Chapter 15 MULTI-STATION MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS: MANUAL ASSEMBLY LINES
    • 15.1 Fundamentals of Manual Assembly Lines
    • 15.2 Analysis of Single-Model Assembly Lines
    • 15.3 Line Balancing Algorithms
    • 15.4 Workstation Details
    • 15.5 Other Considerations in Assembly Line Design
    • 15.6 Alternative Assembly Systems
    • Appendix 15A Batch-Model and Mixed-Model Lines
  • Chapter 16 MULTI-STATION MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS: AUTOMATED PRODUCTION LINES
    • 16.1 Fundamentals of Automated Production Lines
    • 16.2 Applications of Automated Production Lines
    • 16.3 Analysis of Transfer Lines
    • Appendix 16A Transfer Lines with Internal Storage
  • Chapter 17 AUTOMATED ASSEMBLY SYSTEMS
    • 17.1 Fundamentals of Automated Assembly Systems
    • 17.2 Analysis of Automated Assembly Systems
  • Chapter 18 GROUP TECHNOLOGY AND CELLULAR MANUFACTURING
    • 18.1 Part Families and Machine Groups
    • 18.2 Cellular Manufacturing
    • 18.3 Applications of Group Technology
    • 18.4 Analysis of Cellular Manufacturing
    • Appendix 18A Opitz Parts Classification and Coding System
  • Chapter 19 MULTI-STATION MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS: AUTOMATED FOR FLEXIBILITY
    • 19.1 Manufacturing Flexibility Defined
    • 19.2 Components of an FM
    • 19.3 Analysis of Flexible Manufacturing Systems
    • 19.4 Alternative Approaches to Flexible Manufacturing

PART V QUALITY CONTROL SYSTEMS

  • Chapter 20 QUALITY PROGRAMS FOR MANUFACTURING
    • 20.1 Quality in Design and Manufacturing
    • 20.2 Traditional and Modern Quality Control
    • 20.3 Process Variability and Process Capability
    • 20.4 Statistical Process Control
    • 20.5 Six Sigma
    • 20.6 Taguchi Methods in Quality Engineering
    • 20.7 ISO 9000
    • Appendix 20A The Six Sigma DMAIC Procedure
  • Chapter 21 INSPECTION PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICES
    • 21.1 Inspection Fundamentals
    • 21.2 Sampling versus 100% Inspection
    • 21.3 Automated Inspection
    • 21.4 When and Where to Inspect
    • 21.5 Analysis of Inspection Systems
  • Chapter 22 INSPECTION TECHNOLOGIES
    • 22.1 Inspection Metrology
    • 22.2 Conventional Measuring and Gaging Techniques
    • 22.3 Coordinate Measuring Machines
    • 22.4 Surface Measurement
    • 22.5 Machine Vision
    • 22.6 Other Optical Inspection Methods
    • 22.7 Noncontact Nonoptical Inspection Techniques
    • Appendix 22A Geometric Feature Construction

PART VI MANUFACTURING SUPPORT SYSTEMS AND COMPUTER-INTEGRATED MANUFACTURING

  • Chapter 23 PRODUCT DESIGN AND CAD/CAM IN THE PRODUCTION SYSTEM
    • 23.1 Product Design and CAD
    • 23.2 CAM, CAD/CAM, and CIM
  • Chapter 24 PROCESS PLANNING AND CONCURRENT ENGINEERING
    • 24.1 Process Planning
    • 24.2 Computer-Aided Process Planning
    • 24.3 Concurrent Engineering and Design for Manufacturing
    • 24.4 Advanced Manufacturing Planning
  • Chapter 25 PRODUCTION PLANNING AND CONTROL SYSTEMS
    • 25.1 Aggregate Production Planning and the Master Production Schedule
    • 25.2 Material Requirements Planning
    • 25.3 Capacity Planning
    • 25.4 Shop Floor Control
    • 25.5 Inventory Control
    • 25.6 Manufacturing Resource Planning (MRP II)
    • 25.7 Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)
  • Chapter 26 JUST-IN-TIME AND LEAN PRODUCTION
    • 26.1 Lean Production and Waste in Manufacturing
    • 26.2 Just-in-Time Production Systems
    • 26.3 Autonomation
    • 26.4 Worker Involvement

Appendix Answers to Selected Problems

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