Friday, August 10, 2012

Introduction to Industrial Engineering - Course at NITIE


Industrial Engineering Concepts Course at NITIE

Contents

Objective, Contents, Supporting Knols, Engineering Revision, Chapters Recommended from Maynard's Handbook and Knols, Industrial Engineering Course Pages on Web, Articles, Books, Bulletin Boards, Course Pages.

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Programmes at NITIE

 PGDIE  - PGDIM  - PDITM  - PGDISEM 
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Revision articles for Introduction to Industrial Engineering - http://nraomtr.blogspot.com/search/label/Industrial%20Engineering

More and Detailed articles on Industrial Engineering -  http://nraoiekc.blogspot.com/

Recent Interesting Information on IE - IE  Bulletin - Information Board

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Objective

To provide students an understanding of  the scope of industrial engineering in issues related to human resource, efficient utilization of various resources, system efficiency, productivity, safety, comfort, health and systems design and improvement.

Contents

  1. Definition
  2. Component Areas of IE: Human Effort engineering, System Efficiency Engineering and Systems Engineering
  3. Pioneering Efforts of Taylor, Gilbreth and Emerson
  4. Human Effort Engineering: Motion Study, Task Analysis
  5. Measurement for Human Effort Engineering: Work Measurement - Time Study
  6. Ergonomics: The Applied Science for Human Effort Engineering
  7. Work Measurement:  PMTS, MTM
  8. System Efficiency Engineering: Methods Efficiency - Method Study, Methods Design
  9. System Efficiency Engineering: Product design efficiency - Value Engineering
  10. System Efficiency Engineering: Inspection methods efficiency  SQC and IE of Quality Management
  11. Modelling Systems for Efficiency Engineering: Operations Research and Quantitative Techniques
12. System Efficiency Engineering: Plant Layout - Efficiency of Material handling and operator movement
13. Developments in IE in Japan
14. Systems Engineering: Systems Design and Industrial Engineering
15. Systems Improvement
16. Systems Installation
17. Management of IE Projects and Objectives: Productivity, Safety, Comfort, and Operator Health  Management
18. Management of IE Department: Organization of IE departments
19. Current Research in IE
Reference Book
Kjell B. Zandin, Maynard’s Industrial Engineering Handbook, 5th Edition, McGraw-Hill, 2004.

In Brief


Industrial Engineering is Human Effort Engineering and System Efficiency Engineering.

According to IIE, IE is concerned with designing systems. The concerns are made explicit in the above statement.

The three component areas of IE can be stated as:


  1. Human Effort engineering,
  2. System Efficiency Engineering and
  3. Systems Design, Installation and Improvement Management 

The third component is an augmented activity for industrial engineering and is a natural progression for industrial engineers. In many companies, various responsibilities in this augmented component are given to industrial engineering departments/sections.

Supporting Knols


Engineering Revision

Industrial Engineering = Knowledge in a branch of engineering + Knowledge in Industrial engineering objective, tools, techniques, methods and functional branded solutions of industrial engineering (This is especially true in courses wherein engineering graduates from various disciplines are admitted into post-graduate diploma or degree course.)

Industrial engineers must have adequate knowledge of engineering in their field of specialisation and improve the knowledge further with study and experience. Industrial engineers have to absorb more and more technical knowledge so that they can understand product designs and process plans and think of alternative designs and processes to compare with proposed ways or current ways of doing work. Industrial engineers have to do research in engineering and create more efficient engineering solutions that consume less resources. For example high speed steel developed by Taylor increased the cutting speed and reduced machining times. This is an example of an engineering solution with focus on less resources. Industrial engineers must have the ability to describe the processes being used by efficient operators to other operators.

Industrial engineers need to have open mind but not blank mind. There is need to have good amount of engineering knowledge to analyze engineering products and processes. Similarly if industrial engineers join service organizations like banks, they have to acquire knowledge of banking and banking operations adequately.

Exercise
In your branch of engineering
Identify some products, their components, design elements and inspection procedures for them.
Describe the procedure of maintaining them.
Develop the production process of each of the components and assembly of the final item, description of the production equipment and maintenance and inspection procedures of the production equipment.

Introduction to Industrial Engineering



The Component Areas of Industrial Engineering

   

Pioneers









Human Effort Engineering


 







System Efficiency Engineering







Machining - Bibliography  link to be changed



Systems Design, Installation and Improvement Management

 

Managing Industrial Engineering Department and Function





Knol Books on Industrial Engineering Techniques






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Chapters Recommended from Maynard's Handbook and Knols for Various Sessions



  1. Definition





Class Lecture slides

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 2. Component Areas of IE: Human Effort engineering, System Efficiency Engineering and Systems Engineering







      



Class Lecture Slides

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   3. Pioneering Efforts of Taylor, Gilbreth and Emerson

       Frederick Winslow Taylor - A Pioneer Industrial Engineer













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   4. Human Effort Engineering: Motion Study, Task Analysis

  1. Principles of Human Effort Engineering 
  2. Principles of Motion Economy
     Motion Study - Operation Analysis - Questions      http://www.archive.org/details/EasierWa1946 (Video clip)
        


         Reference: Ralph M. Barnes, Motion and Time Study Measurment of Work, John Wiley & Sons, New York, 1980, Chapters 15,16, 17, pp.174-236)


Reference:
Motion Study by Frank Gilbreth  http://archive.org/stream/motionstudymetho00gilbrich#page/n5/mode/2up
Fatigue Study Frank Gilbreth and Lilian Gilbreth
http://archive.org/stream/fatiguestudyeli00gilbgoog#page/n8/mode/2up
       Human Effort Engineering - Course Proposal



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5. Work Measurement -  Time Study       
         
        Ch. 17.2:   Stopwatch Time Study.

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  6.  Ergonomics: The Applied Science for Human Effort Engineering
            Ergonomics - Introduction
        Ch.  6.4:    Manufacturing Ergonomics.

        Reference
        Ergonomic Aspects of Biomechanics - http://www.cdc.gov/niosh/pdfs/74-177-r.pdf
          Ergonomics Cost Benefits Case Study in a Paper Manufacturing Company
        http://www.danmacleod.com/Articles/Cost_Benefits_Paper_Manufacturing.htm 
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  7. Work Measurement, PMTS, MTM
        Ch.  5.1     Measurement of Work
        Predetermined Motion Time Systems (PMTS)
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  8.  System Efficiency Engineering: Method Study, Work Study, Methods Design
           
Methods Efficiency Engineering
        Ch.  4.1: Methods Engineering and Workplace Design. 
  9. Value Engineering
           
Product Design Efficiency Engineering
        Ch. 13.3: Value Management

10.SQC and IE of Quality Management
        Inspection Methods Efficiency Engineering       
        Ch. 13.6 The Role of Statistical Process Control in Improving Quality.
11.Operations Research and Quantitative Techniques
        Ch.  11.2: Principles and Applications of Operations Research. Available at:
         Reference

        The Optimization of PCB manufacturing by improving the drilling process productivity by Mirca Ancau, Computers and Industrial Engineering, September 2008, pp. 279-294.
12. Plant Layout
        Ch.  8.2: Facilities Layout and Design.

13. Engineering Economics
14. Developments in IE in Japan
15. Systems Engineering: Systems Design and Industrial Engineering
16. Systems Improvement
      Ch.2.3: Total Productivity Management.

      Review of Total Productivity Management ch 2.3 of Maynard Book
      Systems Improvement       
      Productivity Improvement Idea Bank
17. Systems Installation
18. Productivity, Safety, Comfort, and Operator Health  Management
      Prescribed chapter from Maynard's book
       Ch.  6.10: Occupational Safety Management and Engineering. 
       Reference
       A chapter collection - Under development
       Productivity, Safety, Comfort, and Operator Health Management - Article Collection
       http://nraoiekc.blogspot.in/2012/04/productivity-safety-comfort-and.html 
19. Organization of IE departments
20. Current Research in IE
       For 2012
       Student assignments and Presentation in the class
       For 2011

IE Studies - Illustrations
         Electronics Manufacturing Company Hand Assembly Productivity Improvement
         By Mr. Bill D. Bailey & Mr. Paul Cheng-Hsin Liu


For supporting the assignments of the course



















Links to Assignments

PGDIE 2010 Batch Assignments



PGDIE 2011 Batch Assignments







Question Bank




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For More Articles on Industrial Engineering


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Industrial Engineering Course Pages on Web

Methods Engineering
Engineering Economics - King Faud University
Operations Research I
Operations Research II
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Presentations





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Original Knol - Number 2105

10 comments:

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    Debashish Biswas
    PGDIE-42 Batch.

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  4. Sir,
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    Research paper on Spiral model:
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    Research paper on Industrial Engineering
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    Design of Spiral Model
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    PGDIE 42

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  6. Sir,
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    Research paper on Agile model:
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    Research paper on Industrial Engineering
    http://reenu-nitie-ie.blogspot.in/2012/08/summary-of-research-on-integration-of.html

    Design of Agile (Scrum) Implementation
    http://reenu-nitie-ie.blogspot.in/2012/08/agile-scrum-implementation.html

    Regards,
    Reenu Yadav
    Roll No 78
    PGDIE-42

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    by Rajdeep Das(73), Mohd. Akram Memon(111)

    2) Summary of research paper on engineering
    http://rajdeepdas1986.blogspot.in/2012/08/industrial-engineering-concepts.html
    by Rajdeep Das(73)

    3) Summary of research paper on Industrial Engineering
    http://rajdeepdas1986.blogspot.in/2012/08/asummary-of-robust-multi-objective.html
    by Rajdeep Das(73)

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    Design on Turing machine:
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    By - Chetan Rahate(22) and Pawan Kushwah(59)

    Research paper on Turing machine:
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    By - Chetan Rahate(22)

    Research paper on Industrial Engineering
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    By - Chetan Rahate(22)

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    1) Design and manufacture of an Engineering component
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    by ASHISH TOMAR (20)

    2) Summary of research paper on engineering
    http://ashishtomarnitie.blogspot.in/2012/08/a-new-approach-to-design-of-helical.html
    by ASHISH TOMAR (20)

    3) Summary of research paper on Industrial Engineering
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    by ASHISH TOMAR (20)

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  10. Dear sir,

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    http://mazzkhan91.blogspot.in/2013/08/a-summary-on-multimodalaugmented.html

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