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Computer Integrated Manufacturing

ISBN-10: 0131134132

ISBN-13: 9780131134133

Edition: 3rd 2005

Authors: James A. Rehg, Henry W. Kraebber

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Book details

List price: $217.40
Edition: 3rd
Copyright year: 2005
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Publication date: 3/30/2004
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 592
Size: 7.01" wide x 8.82" long x 1.02" tall
Weight: 2.772
Language: English

Introduction To Cim And The Manufacturing Enterprise
The Manufacturing Enterprise
Introduction
External Challenges
Internal Challenges
World-Class Order-Winning Criteria
The Problem and a Solution
Learning CIM Concepts
Going for the Globe
Summary
Bibliography
Questions
Problems
Projects
The Benefits of a CIM Implementation
Technology and the Fundamentals of an Operation-Authors' Commentary
Manufacturing Systems
Manufacturing Classifications
Product Development Cycle
Enterprise Organization
Manual Production Operations
Summary
Bibliography
Questions
Projects
Case Study: Evolution and Progress-One World-Class Company's Measurement System
CIM as a Competitive Weapon
The Design Elements And Production Engineering
Product Design and Production Engineering
Product Design and Production Engineering
Organization Model
The Design Process: A Model
Concurrent Engineering
Production Engineering
Summary
Bibliography
Questions
Projects
Case Study: Repetitive Design
Design Automation: CAD and PDM
Introduction to CAD
The Cost of Paper-Based Design Data
CAD Software
CAD: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow
Application of CAD to Manufacturing Systems
Selecting CAD Software for an Enterprise
Product Data Management
Summary
Bibliography
Questions
Projects
Web Sites for CAD Vendors
B-Splines to NURBS
Web Sites for Computer Companies
Design Automation: CAE
Design for Manufacturing and Assembly
CAE Analysis
CAE Evaluation
Group Technology
Production Engineering Strategies
Design and Production Engineering Network
Summary
Bibliography
Questions
Problems
Projects
Ten Guidelines for DFA
Web Sites for CAE Vendors
Web Sites for Rapid Prototyping Vendors
Controlling The Enterprise Resources
Introduction to Production and Operations Planning
Operations Management
Planning for Manufacturing
MPC Model-Manufacturing Resource Planning (MRP II)
Production Planning
Master Production Schedule
Inventory Management
Planning for Material and Capacity Resources
Introduction to Production Activity Control
Shop Loading
Input-Output Control
Automating the Planning and Control Functions
Summary
Bibliography
Questions
Problems
Projects
Priority Rule System
Detailed Planning and Production-Scheduling Systems
From Reorder-Point Systems to Manufacturing Resource Planning (MRP II)
Material Requirements Planning
Capacity Requirements Planning
Manufacturing Resource Planning
Features of Modern Manufacturing Planning and Control Systems
Summary
Bibliography
Questions
Problems
Projects
Wright's Bicycle Example
ABCD Checklist
An ERP Example Using WinMan
Enterprise Resources Planning, and Beyond
MRP II: A Driver of Effective ERP Systems
Information Technology
The Decision to Implement an ERP System
Identifying ERP System Suppliers
Developing Technologies: Converging and Enabling
Integrating Systems to Manage Design Data
Summary
Bibliography
Questions
Projects