Automation, production systems, and computer-aided manufacturing
Survey of the concepts, principles, & practices of modern manufacturing systems. Enables the reader to compare automation alternatives & to decide about possible appliactions to their companies.
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Production Operations and Automation Strategies
Economic Analysis in Production
HIGH VOLUME DISCRETE PARTS PRODUCTION SYSTEMS
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adaptive control analog control analog-to-digital converter analysis applications assembly language assembly machine automated flow line automatic average basic batch block diagram calculations capacity Chapter components computer control computer-aided computer-aided manufacturing control system converted cost cutter cycle defined determine devices differential equation downtime drill elements equipment example factor feed rate feedback gradient illustrated in Figure index of performance industrial industrial robots input interface inventory Laplace transform line balancing line efficiency linear machine tool machining operation manual material requirements planning measured mechanism method minicomputer motion NC machine numerical control optimal optimal control optimum output plant problem process control process planning production rate pulse punched tape raw materials robot root-locus sampling sequence shown in Figure signal speed stations step storage buffer strategy surface tape tion transfer function transfer line typical voltage workpart workpiece workstations