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Production Engineering and Robotics

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T.Y.Diploma Sem VI Computer Engineering Group MSBTE

Production Engineering and Robotics

Author: AmolVadnere


ISBN: 978-93-5016-315-3

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CONTENTS

1. Production System

1. Introduction

2. Production

2.1 Definition

2.2 Factors Affecting Production

2.3 Production Systems

3. Productivity

3.1 Factors Affecting Productivity

3.2 Productivity Measurement

3.3 Productivity Index

3.4 Methods of Productivity Measurement

3.5 Techniques of Improving Productivity

3.6 Importance of Productivity Improvement

3.7 Steps for Productivity Improvement

3.8 Importance of Productivity for National Growth

2. Plant Location, Plant Layout and Material Handling

1. Introduction

2. Plant Location

2.1 Factors Influencing the Selection of Site for Plant

2.2 General Factors Considered while Selecting a Plant Site

3. Plant Layout

3.1 Definition of Plant Layout

3.2 Necessity of Plant Layout

3.3 Importance of Plant Layout

3.4 Symptoms of a Good Plant Layout/Characteristics of a Good Plant Layout

3.5 Objectives of a Good Plant Layout

3.6 Design Principle of Plant Layout

3.7 Advantages of Good Plant Layout

3.8 Symptoms of Bad Plant Layout

3.9 Importance of Site Selection for Designing a Good Plant Layout

3.10 Factors Influencing Plant Layout

3.11 Government Policies

3.12 Types of Layouts

4. Material Handling

4.1 Definition

4.2 Importance

4.3 Objectives

4.4 Need/Necessity

4.5 Limitations

4.6 Principles of Material Handling

4.7 Factors Affecting the Selection of Material Handling Equipment

4.8 Types of Material Handling Equipment 

5. Relation between Plant Layout and Material Handling

3. Process Planning

1. Introduction

1.1 Types of Processes

1.2 Planning of Processes from Raw Material to Finished Product

1.3 Definition of Process Planning

1.4 Functions of Process Planning

1.5 Basic Approaches (Types) of Process Planning

1.6 Process Planning Activities (Steps Involved in Process Planning)

1.7 Fundamental Rules for the Selection and Planning of a Manufacturing Process

1.8 Information Required to Carry out Process Planning

1.9 Factors Affecting Process Planning

2. Operation Sequencing

2.1 Deciding Sequence of Operations

2.2 Different Process Operations Considered while Deciding the Operation Sequence

2.3 Information Required to Decide the Operation Sequence

2.4 Advantages of Process Sequencing

3. Combining Operations

3.1 Concepts

3.2 Advantages

3.3 Limitations

4. Inspection

4.1 Importance

4.2 Objectives

4.3 Purpose

4.4 Determination of Inspection Stages

4.5 Inspection Procedures

4.6 Difference between Floor and Centralized Inspection

5. Operation (Route) Sheet

5.1 Importance of Operation Sheet

4. Process Planning and Control (PPC)

1. Introduction

1.1 Definition

1.2 Need (Importance)

1.3 Objectives

1.4 Principles

1.5 Advantages

1.6 Functions

2. Production Planning

2.1 Features

2.2 Requirement

2.3 Objectives

3. Routing

3.1 Definition

3.2 Features

3.3 Procedure

4. Sequencing

4.1 Definition

4.2 Features

4.3 Basic Assumptions for Sequencing Problems

4.4 Processing ‘n’ Jobs through Two Machines (Johnson’s Algorithm)

4.5 Solution Procedure (Johnson Procedure)

5. Scheduling

5.1 Definition

5.2 Features

5.3 Factors Affecting Scheduling

5.4 Difference between Routing and Scheduling

6. Dispatching

6.1 Definition

6.2 Features

6.3 Dispatcher

6.4 Duties of Dispatcher

6.5 Different Work Order Documents

7. Expediting

7.1 Definition

7.2 Features

8. Production Control

8.1 Features

8.2 Necessity

8.3 Objectives

8.4 Progressive Control

9. Gantt Chart

9.1 Advantages

9.2 Disadvantages

9.3 Applications

9.4 Example of Gantt (Load) Chart Utilization  

9.5 Flow Process Sheet (Charts)

10. Concept of Line Balancing

10.1 Objectives

10.2 Steps in Solving Line Balancing

10.3 Example (Requirement)

10.4 Advantages

10.5 Disadvantages

10.6 Applications

11. Concept of Line of Balance (LOB)

11.1 Importance

11.2 Advantages

11.3 Applications

5. Work Study

1. Introduction

1.1 Basic Terms Related with Work Study

1.2 Definition of Work Study

1.3 Importance of Work Study

1.4 Work Study as a Tool to Improve Productivity

1.5 Objectives of Work Study

1.6 Advantages of Work Study

1.7 Work Study Procedure

2. Method Study

2.1 Importance of Method Study

2.2 Definition of Method Study

2.3 Objectives of Method Study

2.4 Scope of Method Study

2.5 Advantages of Method Study

2.6 Method Study Procedure

2.7 Applications of Method Study

3. Recording Techniques for Method Study

3.1 Necessity (Importance) of Recording Techniques

3.2 Types of Recording Techniques used in Method Study

4. Work Measurement

4.1 Definition of Work Measurement

4.2 Objectives of Work Measurement (Time Study)

4.3 Uses of Work Measurement (Time Study)

4.4 Time Study Procedure

4.5 Technique of Work Measurement (Time Study)

4.6 Time Study Equipments

4.7 Allowances

4.8 Performance Rating

4.9 Use of Standard Time for Calculating Different Parameters of Work Measurements

6. Jigs and Fixtures

1. Introduction

1.1 Objectives of Jigs and Fixtures

1.2 Importance of Jig and Fixtures

1.3 Characteristics of Jigs and Fixtures

1.4 Elements of Jig and Fixtures

1.5 Definition of Jig

1.6 Definition of Fixtures

1.7 Difference between Jig and Fixture

2. Locating Devices (Locators)

2.1 Basic Requirement of Good Locating Device (Locators)

2.2 Factors Considered while Selecting a Locating Device (Locator)

2.3 Types of Locating Devices (Locators)

3. Clamping Devices (Clampers)

3.1 Basic Requirement of a Good Clamping Device

3.2 Factors Considered while Selecting Clamps

3.3 Different Types of Clamps

4. Degree of Freedom (DOF)

4.1 3-2-1) Principle of Location (Six Pin Method)

4.2 Methodology of 3-2-1 Principle

4.3 Basic Principles of Location

5. General Principles of Jig and Fixture Design

5.1 General Rules (Guidelines) for Designing of Jig and Fixtures

6. Advantages of Jig and Fixtures

7. Materials Used

7. Modern Trends in Production Engineering

1. Introduction

1.1 Necessity for Modern Trends in Production/ Manufacturing

1.2 Types of Production/Manufacturing Techniques

2. Pull and Push Type Production System

2.1 Pull System (Make to Order Production)

2.2 Push System (Make to Stock Production)

3. Just in Time (JIT) Manufacturing

4. Waste Elimination (Management) Techniques: (Introduction of Waste)

5. Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)

6. Kaizen

7. Introduction of 5S

8. Lean Manufacturing

8.1 Four Pillars of Lean Manufacturing

8. Robotics

1. Introduction

2. Robotics

2.1 Definition of Robot

2.2 Characteristics of Industrial Robots

2.3 Importance of Robots

2.4 Necessity (Need) of Robots

2.5 Basic Components (Elements) of a Robotic System

2.6 Different Robot Configurations (Types of Robots)

2.7 Wrist Configuration of Robot

2.8 Robot Anatomy and Structure

3. Robotic Sensors

3.1 Function of Sensors in Robotics

3.2 Characteristics of Robot Sensors

3.3 Types of Robotic Sensors (Basic Configuration)

4. Power Sources for Robotics (Type of Actuator Drive)

4.1 Concept of Actuators

5. End Effectors

5.1 Concept of Grippers

5.2 Tools

6. Robotic Applications in the Industry

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