Facilities Planning and Design

ISBN-10: 0131481916
ISBN-13: 9780131481916
Edition: 2008
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List price: $197.80
Copyright year: 2008
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Publication date: 7/31/2007
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 528
Size: 7.25" wide x 9.50" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 2.2

This book takes a modern view of the field of facilities planning and design, along with a unified body of relevant knowledge.nbsp; Motivating and illustrating mathematical models wherever possible, the book explores facilities planning, capstone design, and even simulation modelling. A design project incorporates the theoretical aspects of facilities planning and design. The book also covers decision-support methodology and computerized procedures. nbsp; For industrial engineers, facilities managers, and plant managers.

Fundamental Principles of Facilities Planning and Design
Introduction
What is Design
Characteristics of Design Problems
Design Program
Design Process
Hierarchical Cycle of Facilities Planning
Objectives of Facilities Planning
Issue-Based Information Systems
Site-Planning IBIS Example
Decision-Support (DSS) Computer Programs
Mathematical Models in Facility Planning
Manufacturing Systems Concepts
Types of Basic Manufacturing Layouts
Fixed-Position Layout
Product Layout Process
Process Layout Process
Cellular Layout Process
Service Systems
Renovation or Reengineered Facilities
Facilities Planning and Design Constraints
Summary and Conclusion
Exercises
References
Factory Layout and Material Handling Project
Introduction
Project Overview
Computerized Format Files
Basic Documents
Project Report
Section I: Product Analysis
Production Drawings
Parts List and Identification System
Assembly Flowchart
Section II: Parts Manufacturing
Route Sheets
Machine Requirements and Costs
Machine Requirements
Machine Costs
Material Requirements
Machine Drawings
Section III: Layouts Planning
Layout Planning Charts
Material handling Requirements and Costs
Section IV: Personnel Planning
Personnel Requirements and Costs
Unit Costs
Section V: Office Layout
Section VI: Recommended Plant Layout
Product Design and Process Planning
Market Research
Types of Market Research
Qualitative Forecasting Methods
Quantitative Forecasting Methods
Product Design
Product Design Process
Bill of Materials or part List
Component Part Drawing
Assembly Drawing
Product Design
Concurrent Engineering
Quality Function Deployment
Value Analysis
Factory Design Project: Section I.
Product Design
What Product?
What Parts Compose the Product?
Guidelines
Report Organization
Process Planning
Process Planning Procedure
Selection of Manufacturing
Sequencing of Manufacturing Processes
Types of Process Planning
Manual Process Planning
Variant Process Planning
Generative Process Planning
Generative Process Planning (GPP)
Semigenerative Process Planning
Computer-Aided Manufacturing
Schedule
Factory Design Project: Section II. Process Design
Guidelines
Organization of Report
Summary
Exercises
References
Layout Planning Procedures
Introduction
Systematic Layout Planning
From-To Program
Production Flow Analysis
Overview of Conceptual Approach
Integration of SLP and PFA
Flow Planning
Layout Planning Chart
Space Requirements
Facility Layout (FLAP)
Description and Illustration of Procedure
Facilities layout Program (FLAP): User Instructions
Summary
Exercises
References
Location Models in facility Planning
Single-Facility Location Model
Minisum Location Problem with Rectilinear Distances
Extension to Rectangular Areas
Minimax Location Model for Single Facility
Minimax Location Problem for Rectilinear Distances
Location-Allocation Problem
Mathematical Model
Solution Procedure
uadratic Assignment Problem (QAP)
Heuristic Methods for Solving the QAP
Incremental Cost after adding a new facility
Pairwise Interchange
Heuristic Construction Procedure
Heuristic Improvement Procedure
Exercises
Computerized Layout Procedures
Introduction
Scope and Definitions
Facility Layout Software Issues
Exact QAP and GTLN Optimization Procedures
Exact Graph-Theoretic Procedures
Heuristic Procedures
Improvement Procedures
Improvement Algorithms
Construction Procedures
Quadratic Set Packing Models
Problem Statement and Objective
Branch-and-Bound Algorithm
Manufacturing Layout Solution
Factory Project Examples
STEP Algorithm
Stochastic Examples
Algorithm
Sampling test and Pairwise Exchange Procedure
The Concept of the Sampling Test
Computational Results
Factory Project Example
Summary
Exercises
References
Material Handling Principles, Equipment, and System Design
Introduction
Motivation
Scope and Definitions
Principles of Material Handling (PAS1 S 2AGES)
Unit Load Principle S2
Designing Material Handling Systems (MHS)
Material Handling Equipment
Conveyors
Monorails, Hoists, and Cranes
Industrial Trucks
MHS Decision-Support Tool
Architecture of the Application
The Knowledge Base
Development of Knowledge Base
Developing the Decision-Support System
Advantages of DSS
Two-Step Approach
Limitations of Existing Expert Systems
Decision-Support System for Material Handling
Equipment Selection
Flow of the Application
DSS Stage II for Cranes
Final Synthesis
Factory Design Project: Section III. Layout Planning and Material Handling
Layout Planning Chart
Material Handling Requirements
Material Handling Costs
Proposed Layout
Sample Calculations
Report Organization
Initial Layout
Material handling Requirements and Costs
Summary and Conclusion
Exercises
References
Material Handling Systems Analysis
Introduction
Motivation
Integration of Layout and Material Handling System
Fundamental Integration Principle
Case Study
Addenda to Section III of Project
Open Network System Design Tool: GQnet
GQnet Basic Assumptions
GQnet Algorithm
GQnet Computational Results
Closed-Loop Conveyor Systems Overview
Deterministic Conveyor Model
Conveyor Example
Stochastic Analytical Approaches
Algorithms
Computer Experiments
Simulation Models
Introduction
Cellular Methodology
Simulation Section Outline
Background of Case Study
Individual Cell Simulation Model
Cell Network Study
Warehouse Simulation
Motivation
Background
Problem Description
Layout of factory
Summary and Conclusions
Exercises
References
Storage and Warehouse Systems
Introduction
Receiving and shipping
Receiving and Putaway Operations
Processing Customer Orders
Order Picking
Packing and Shipping
Cross Docking
Dedicated and Random Storage
Dedicated Storage
Random Storage
Models for Determining Storage Capacity
Service-Level Approach
Cost-Based Approach
Storage-Capacity Determination
Randomized Storage Policy
Dock Planning and Design
Dock Location
Types of Docks
Dock Design
Dock Levelers
Dock Safety
Warehouse Systems Design
Storage Equipment
Carousels
Rack Storage Systems
Automated Storage and Retrieval Systems (AS/RS)
Exercises
References
Site-Planning Design
Introduction
Motivation
Example Sitting Problem
Site-Planning Methodology
Objective /Attribute Hierarchy
Basic Assumptions
First Assumption
Second Assumption
Third Assumption
Fourth Assumption
Performance Functions
Site-Selection Criteria
Physical Criteria
Cultural Criteria
Functional Criteria
Manufacturing Site-Planning Examples
Objective Function (Distance or Time)
Site-Planning Example
Factory Project Case Study
Soils
Slopes
Views Evaluation
Site Drainage
Final Summary Evaluation
Factory Project Site- Planning Example
Summary and Conclusions
Exercises
References
Office and Personnel Layout Planning
Introduction
History
Outline of Chapter
Office Spatial Organization Problem
General Functions of Office
Office Space Guidelines
Ancillary Space Guidelines
Miscellaneous Areas of Offices
Personnel Requirements and Office Arrangements
Personnel Requirements
Types of Office Arrangements
Example Office layout
Utility Company office Case Study
Alternative1
Alternative
Alternative
Alternative
Analysis and conclusions
Factory Design Project: Section IV. Personnel Requirements and Calculation of Product Total Unit Cost
Conceptual Overview
Organization of Report
Positions and Job Descriptions
Factory Design Project: Section V. Office Layout Planning
Overall Conceptual Approach
Report Organization
Selected Office Layout
Summary and conclusions
Exercises
References
Final Synthesis
Introduction
Overview of Chapter
Professions Involved in Facilities Planning
Leased Facility for Project
New vs. Existing Buildings
Structural Engineering
Roofs and Floors
Walls and Columns
Building-Code Considerations
Heating, Ventilating and Air-Conditioning (HVAC)
Electrical/Lighting
Plumbing
Vertical Transportation
Functional Adaptation of Existing Buildings
Adaptability
Flexibility
Building Economics
Structural System
Architectural
Mechanical Systems
Administrative Costs
Cultural
Factory Design Project: Section VI. Recommended Plant Layout
Factory Report Organization
Plant layout Summary Sheet
Checklist for Final Report
Breakeven-Point Analysis
Factory Project Presentation Guidelines
References
Appendix: Renovation vs. New Construction Planning Issues
Structural
Mechanical/Electrical
Functional
Financial
Cultural

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