S. G. Tzafestas PhD (auth.)'s Advances in Manufacturing: Decision, Control and Information PDF

By S. G. Tzafestas PhD (auth.)

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Modern production structures contain many approaches and operations at quite a few hierarchical degrees of choice, keep watch over and execution. New functions for platforms are coming up from the synergy of machines, instruments, robots and pcs with administration and data applied sciences. Novel structures are designed and positioned into operation to fabricate previous and new top of the range items with pace, accuracy and financial system. This e-book comprises over thirty papers that research cutting-edge and how-to-do concerns, in addition to new strategies. subject matters lined contain: method planning/scheduling and machine-cell layout strategy tracking, inspection, analysis and upkeep Forecasting, optimization and keep an eye on layout and keep an eye on of robot automatic crane structures purposes: together with laser fabric processing, stereolithography platforms, alimentary pasta strategies and automated/robotic street development and upkeep. The booklet explores key components and demanding components, provides new effects and instruments which are appropriate to genuine situations.

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References 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Vosniakos G C 1998 An intelligent software system for the automatic generation of NC programs from wireframe models of 2-1I2-D mechanical parts. J. Computer Integrated Manufacturing Systems, accepted for publication. Opas J, Kanerva J and Mantyla M 1994 Automatic process plan generation in an operative process planning system. Int. J. Production Research, 34: 332347. Ray S R and Catron B 1991 ALPS : a language for process specification. Int. J. Computer IntegratedManujacturing, 4(2): 105-113.

2]. Another distinction is that between interactive and automatic systems. Interactive CAPP systems tend to rely on the user's decision based on presented information. Automatic systems minimise all user interaction. system intelligence, S. G. Tzafestas, Advances in Manufacturing © Springer-Verlag London Limited 1999 14 although it appears strange at first, can be manifested equally in either type, although interactive systems by definition rely on human intelligence, too. In general, the more intelligent the CAPP system, the less the user will be required to think about process planning problems and to suggest solutions or decide on system suggestions.

This qualitative property has been verified for various TM setups and is maintained even is the TM factor is introduced in the initial persistence law: persistence_factor = (l+dmax(l-e- t/Tp )) each unit) / TM * lcrn(TM, for Next, we studied the standard plant setup (TM=lO, for each unit) with an additional switching cost matrix, in an effort to study the need for specialization whenever switching costs are present and the secondary goal of minimizing the total cost appears.

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