By Mikell P. Groover
*For complex undergraduate/ *graduate-level classes in Automation, construction platforms, and Computer-Integrated production. This exploration of the technical and engineering elements of computerized construction platforms presents the main complicated, accomplished, and balanced assurance of the topic of any textual content out there. It covers all of the significant state-of-the-art applied sciences of creation automation and fabric dealing with, and the way those applied sciences are used to build sleek production platforms.
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Extra info for Automation, Production Systems, and Computer-Integrated Manufacturing (2nd Edition)
Coordination and control in manufacturing includes hoth the regulation of individual processing and assembly operations as well as the management of plan! level activities. Control at the process level involves the achievement of certain performance objectives by properly manipulating the inputs and other parameters of the process. Control at the process kvells discussed in Part I of the book. Control at the plant level includes effective use of labor, maintenance of the equip" rncnt. moving materials in the factory.
1 MANUFACTURING INDUSTRIES AND PRODUCTS Manufacturing IS an important commercial activity, carried out by companies that seH products to customers, The type of manufacturing performed by a company depends on the kinds of products it makes. Let us first take a look at the scope of the manufacturing industries and then consider their products. Manufacturing Industries. Industry consists of enterprises and organizations that produce and/or supply goods and/or services. Industries can be classified as primary, secondary, and ter-tiary.
In subsequent chapters, we refer back to these production concepts in our discussion of specific topics in automation and production systems. The models developed in this section are ideal, in the sense that they neglect some of the realities and complications that are present in the factory. For example, our models do not include the effect of scrap rates. In some manufacturing operations, the percentage of scrap produced is high enough to adversely affect production rate, plant capacity, and product costs.