Industrial Engineering for SPPU 19 Course (BE - SEM VII - MECH - 402044D) - Elective-III

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Syllabus Industrial Engineering - (402044D) Credits Examination Scheme Theory : 3 In-Semester : 30 Marks End-Semester : 70 Marks Unit 1 Introduction to Industrial Engineering and Productivity Introduction to Industrial Engineering, Historical background and scope, Contribution of Taylor, Gilbreth, Gantt, Maynard, Ford, Deming and Ohno. Importance of Industrial engineering. Introduction to Work system design Productivity : Definition of productivity, Measures of Productivity, Total Productivity Model, Need for Productivity Evaluation, Productivity measurement models, Productivity improvement approaches, Principles, Productivity Improvement techniques – Technology based, Material based, Employee based, Product based techniques. (Numerical on productivity measurement) (Chapter - 1) Unit 2 Work Study Method Study: Introduction and objectives, Areas of application of work study in industry, Selection and Basic procedure. Recording techniques, Operations Process Chart, Flow Process Chart (Man, Machine & Material) Multiple Activity Chart, Two Handed process chart, Flow Diagram, String Diagram and Travel Chart, Cycle and chronocycle graphs, SIMO chart, Therbligs, Micro motion and macro-motion study: Principles of motion economy, Normal work areas and work place design. Work Measurement: Techniques, time study, steps, work sampling, Determination of time standards. Observed time, basic time, normal time, rating factors, allowances, standard time, and standard time determination. (Numerical) Introduction to PMTS, MTM, and MOST (Chapters - 2, 3) Unit 3 Production Facility Design Plant Location: Introduction, Factors affecting location decisions, Multi-facility location Plant Layout: Principles of Plant layout and Types, factors affecting layout, methods, factors governing flow pattern, travel chart for flow analysis, analytical tools of plant layout, layout of manufacturing shop floor, repair shop, services sectors, and process plant. Layout planning, Quantitative methods of Plant layout and relationship diagrams. Dynamic plant layout Material Handling: Objectives and benefits of Material handling, Relationship between layout and Material handling, Equipment selection (Chapter - 4) Unit 4 Production Planning and Control Types and methods of Production, and their Characteristics, functions and objectives of Production Planning and Control, Steps: Process planning, Loading, Scheduling, Dispatching and Expediting with illustrative examples, Capacity Planning, Aggregate production planning and Master production scheduling. Introduction to a line of balance, assembly line balancing, and progress control Forecasting Techniques : Causal and time series models, Moving average, Exponential smoothing, Trend and Seasonality. (Numerical) (Chapter - 5) Unit 5 Inventory and Inventory Control Materials: Profit Centre: Role of materials management techniques in material productivity improvement, cost reduction and value improvement. Purchase Management: Purchase management, incoming material control. Acceptance sampling and inspection. Vendor rating system. Inventory: Functions, Costs, Classifications, Deterministic inventory models and Quantity discount Inventory Control: EOQ (Numericals), concepts, type of Inventory models-deterministic and probabilistic, Selective inventory control, Fundamental of Material Requirement Planning (MRP-I), Manufacturing Resource Planning (MRP-II), Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Just-in-Time system (JIT) and Supply Chain Management (SCM) (Chapters - 6, 7) Unit 6 Ergonomics, Value Engineering and Job Evaluation Ergonomics: Introduction to ergonomics and human factors Engineering - physiological basis of human performance, basic anatomy of human body and its functional systems; principles of ergonomics, design of display and controls in relation to information processing by human being, Introduction to Rapid Upper Limb Assessment (RULA) and Rapid Entire Body Assessment (REBA) Value Engineering: VE concepts, Principles, Methodologies and standards, methods of functional analysis. Job Evaluation and Wage Plan: Objective, Methods of job evaluation, job evaluation procedure, merit rating (Performance appraisal), method of merit rating, wage and wage incentive plans, Performance appraisal, concept of KRA (Key Result Areas), Introduction to industrial legislation. (Chapters - 8, 9)

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Pages: 252 Edition: 2022 Vendors: Technical Publications