Productivity Theory for Industrial Engineering

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CRC Press, May 15, 2018 - Mathematics - 258 pages

The mathematical models of productivity theory allows for the productivity rate of manufacturing machines and systems to be modelled with results that are validated by their actual output. This book presents the analytical approaches and methods to define maximal productivity rate of manufacturing machines and systems, based on the parameters of technological processes, structural design, reliability of mechanisms, and management systems.

 

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Contents

Preface
Author
manufacturing systems
3-1
with buffers
3-5
Bibliography
3-18
manufacturing machines and systems
4-2
Bibliography
4-20
Bibliography
6-19
Index
6-29
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Ryspek Usubamatov graduated as a professional engineer and received his Ph.D. from Bauman Moscow State Technical University as Doctor of Technical Science from the Academy of Sciences of Kyrgyzstan. He is currently affiliated with Kyrgyz State Technical University. He has published more than 300 papers in reputed journals, he holds more than 60 patents of inventions in engineering, and has published seven books in the area of manufacturing engineering. He supervised six Ph.D. and several dozens MSc. students. His research interests are in the areas of Gyroscope Theory and Productivity Theory for Industrial Engineering.

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