Production Systems Engineering [electronic resource] / by Jingshan Li, Semyon M. Meerkov.Material type: TextLanguage: English Publisher: Boston, MA : Springer US, 2009Description: XXX, 666p. 299 illus. online resourceContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9780387755793Subject(s): Engineering | Industrial engineering | Engineering economy | Engineering | Industrial and Production Engineering | Engineering Economics, Organization, Logistics, Marketing | Mathematical Modeling and Industrial MathematicsAdditional physical formats: Printed edition:: No titleOnline resources: Click here to access online
BACKGROUND MATERIAL AND MATHEMATICAL MODELING. -- Mathematical Tools: Elements of Probability Theory -- Mathematical Modeling of Production Systems -- SERIAL PRODUCTION LINES WITH BERNOULLI MODEL OF MACHINE RELIABILITY. -- Analysis of Bernoulli Lines -- Continuous Improvement of Bernoulli Lines -- Design of Lean Bernoulli Lines -- Closed Bernoulli Lines -- Product Quality in Bernoulli Lines -- Customer Demand Satisfaction in Bernoulli Lines -- Transient Behavior of Bernoulli Lines -- SERIAL PRODUCTION LINES WITH CONTINUOUS TIME MODELS OF MACHINE RELIABILITY -- Analysis of Exponential Lines -- Analysis of Non-Exponential Lines -- Improvement of Continuous Lines -- Design of Lean Continuous Lines -- Customer Demand Satisfaction in Continuous Lines -- ASSEMBLY SYSTEMS -- Assembly Systems with Bernoulli Model of Machine Reliability -- Assembly Systems with Continuous Time Models of Machine Reliability -- SUMMARY, PSE TOOLBOX, AND PROOFS -- Summary of Main Facts of Production Systems Engineering -- PSE Toolbox -- Proofs.
Production Systems Engineering (PSE) is an emerging branch of Engineering intended to uncover fundamental principles of production systems and utilize them for analysis, continuous improvement, and design. This text, the first devoted exclusively to PSE, is intended for senior and first year graduate students interested in manufacturing, as well as engineers involved in the operation, management, and design of production systems. Drawing upon years of research and practical experience and using numerous examples and illustrations, Jingshan Li and Semyon Meerkov cover: Methods for mathematical modeling of production systems Techniques for designing continuous improvement projects with predictable results Quantitative methods for selecting lean buffering Rigorous techniques for identifying bottleneck machines and bottleneck buffers Product quality Methods for analysis of transient behavior of production lines Techniques for measurement-based management of production systems Numerous case studies which illustrate practical application of PSE techniques The PSE Toolbox, which implements the algorithms developed in the text A demo of the PSE Toolbox, which is useful as a learning tool for students and practicing engineers, can be found at www.ProductionSystemsEngineering.com