Factory Planning Manual: Situation-Driven Production Facility Planning

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Springer Science & Business Media, Oct 29, 2009 - Technology & Engineering - 410 pages
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The central purpose of this book is to impart knowledge, skills and practical - plementation methods for the planning and operation of adaptable production - cilities and factories. It addresses planning methods and procedures for various types of production facility up to and including entire factories, and is aimed at practicing factory planners and students alike. The book provides facts and demonstrates practical processes using case studies for the purposes of illustration, so that ultimately skills can be acquired that make independent practical implementation and app- cation possible. It is based on up-to-the-minute practical experience and univ- sally applicable knowledge of the planning and technological design of adaptable production facilities (manufacturing and assembly) and factories. In comparison to existing, thematically-similar reference books, what is in- vative about this manual is that it provides the impulse for a more flexible pl- ning approach for the efficient design of adaptable production facilities using - sponsive, unconventional planning and organizational solutions. The book aims to provide a way of integrating systematic and situation-driven planning methods in a meaningful way. Situation-driven planning is becoming increasingly important to production facilities in these fast-moving times of change, in particular in terms of resource and energy efficiency. Existing technical and organizational course of action in terms of resources (both human and technical) need to be selected for the specific case at hand, and changes (to workshops, products, processes and equ- ment) need to be managed.
 

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Contents

Introduction
1
12 Product Processes and Plants
7
13 Structure of Production Facilities
9
14 Demands Placed on the Production Facility
13
Systematic and SituationDriven Planning Methods
17
22 Planning Process and Procedural Models
18
23 Planning Tools and Methods of Evaluation
24
The 0 + 5 + X Planning Model
29
433 Picking
248
434 Storage
253
Situationdriven case studies
257
511 Building requirements
258
512 Building characteristics
265
513 Building selection
266
514 Building selection Case study
268
52 Productionrelated solutions
272

31 Project Definition Complex I
30
32 Project Development complex II
43
321 Production and performance program
46
322 Determination of functions and processes
59
323 Dimensioning
81
324 Structuring
124
325 Design
144
326 Complex planning project example
170
33 Project implementation complex III
196
331 Profitability assessments and project evaluation x6
198
332 Realization x7
199
333 Operation x8
221
Material flow and logistics
223
42 Logistics product process and system
225
421 Logistics product
226
422 Logistics process
228
423 Logistics system
236
424 Logistics relationships
237
43 Material flow and logistics planning
238
432 Transport
246
521 Parts manufacture
273
522 Assembly
283
523 Integrated design solutions
296
Appendix
299
612 Dynamic methods
302
613 Leasebuy methods
307
62 Main BuildingProduction Parameters
314
622 Load parameters
317
623 Supply and disposal parameters building systems
321
624 Interference parameters
325
63 Selected FTT Supply and Disposal Facilities
343
632 Supply and disposal systems
349
64 Information Flow
365
641 Functions of the information flow
366
642 Information system planning
373
643 Serviceoriented architectures as flexible IT infrastructure
392
644 Operation of the IT infrastructure
397
645 Development perspectives
399
Subject index
406
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Professor Dr. Dr.-Ing. Siegfried Wirth

Maschinenbaustudium und Promotion in Chemnitz 1967 Leitender Planungsingenieur und Projektmanager in groAem Maschinenbauunternehmen. 1975 zweite Promotion (Habilitation), TU Dresden. 1978 o. Professor fA1/4r technologische Betriebsprojektierung, TH Karl-Marx-Stadt. 1992 Proessor fA1/4r Fabrikplanung und Fabrikbetrieb, TU Chemnitz. GrA1/4ndungsdirektor zweier UniversitAtsinstitute (IBF, IREGIA) mit den Arbeitsschwerpunkten: Planung, Betrieb und Revitalisierung flexibler Produktions- und Fabriksysteme, Unternehmens- und Kompetenznetze.

Professor Dr.-Ing. habil. Michael Schenk

Nach Studium der Mathematik und IndustrietAtigkeit 1983 Promotion auf dem Gebiet der Fabrikplanung. 1988 Habilitation. 1989 Hochschuldozent fA1/4r Produktionsprozesssteuerung am Institut fA1/4r Betriebsgestaltung, UniversitAt Magdeburg. 1994 Institutsleiter des Fraunhofer-Instituts fA1/4r Fabrikbetrieb und -automatisierung (IFF) in Magdeburg und Honorarprofessor fA1/4r Fabrikplanung und Logistik. Seit 2003 UniversitAtsprofessor auf dem Lehrstuhl Logistische Systeme an der UniversitAt Magdeburg.

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