Make-to-Order Assembly Management

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Springer Science & Business Media, 04/12/2000 - 260 páginas
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Purchasing .Fabrication Assembly Distribution Figure 1.1: Multi-Level Manufacturing System for Make-to-Order Products specific resources of a type, i.e., a certain machine or a single worker, the determination of the sequence operations are processed on a ma chine, and the assignment of start and finish times to operations. We will modify this framework to be specifically suited for multi level make-to-order manufacturing systems. We assume that the facil ity design issue is settled, i.e., the location and the layout of the facility as well as the capacity ofthe three main resource types of the company are determined. These resource types are the engineering department, the fabrication department, and the assembly department. The engineering department is concerned with the construction of new products as well as the modification and customization of ex isting products. This entails the generation of engineering documents such as blue prints for manufacturing. The capacity of the engineering department is determined by the the count and qualification of engi neers and by the availability of construction devices such as computer aided design (CAD) systems etc.
 

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Índice

Introduction
1
12 Outline of the Book
5
Preliminaries
9
General Issues
11
22 Assembly Management
13
23 Coordination and Integration
17
232 Coordination
18
233 Integration
19
72 Literature Review
99
722 Project Scheduling under Resource Constraints
100
723 Project Scheduling under Resource and Part Availability Constraints
101
731 Detailed Description and Notation
102
732 Network Representation
103
733 MIP Formulation
105
74 Discussion of the Model
107
741 Special Cases and Complexity Results
108

24 Hierarchical Production Planning
20
25 Case Descriptions
22
252 Machine Tool Assembly
26
253 Synthetic Fiber Production Line Assembly
27
254 Aircraft Assembly
28
Literature Survey and Classification
33
311 Design for Assembly
34
312 Production Planning for Assembly Systems
36
313 Loading and Release Planning for Assembly Systems
37
315 Miscellaneous
40
322 Production Planning for Job Shops
41
33 MultiProject Scheduling
42
Decision Models
45
Hierarchical Framework
47
42 Manufacturing Planning Level
49
Order Selection
53
512 Interdependencies
54
521 Due Date Assignment
55
523 Project Selection and Scheduling
56
524 Revenue Management
57
53 Model
58
532 Network Representation
59
533 MIP Formulation
61
54 Discussion of the Model
62
542 Reduction of the Problem Size
63
544 Supplier Coordination and Integration
64
546 TimeDependent Order Values
66
547 Variable Capacity
67
Manufacturing Planning
69
612 Interdependences
72
62 Literature Review
73
621 MultiLevel Lotsizing
75
622 MultiLevel Scheduling and Lotsizing
76
623 MultiLevel Lotsizing and Scheduling
77
631 Detailed Description and Notation
78
632 Network Representation
80
633 MIP Formulation
82
64 Discussion of the Model
86
642 Regularity of the Objective Function
87
643 Sequential vs Integrated Manufacturing Planning
88
644 Special Cases
89
645 Model Extensions
91
Operations Scheduling
93
711 Performance Measure
95
712 Interdependencies
97
742 LeftRegularity of the Objective Function
109
743 Part Pegging
110
745 Resource and Part Assignment
112
Solution Methods
117
Order Selection Methods
119
812 Column Generation by Dynamic Programming
122
813 LPBased Heuristic
123
82 Experimental Evaluation
124
822 Computational Results
125
Manufacturing Planning Methods
129
911 Outline of the List Scheduling Heuristic
130
913 Schedule Generation
131
914 Property of the List Scheduling Heuristic
134
916 Lotsizing Generation Scheme
136
917 Cost Considerations
138
92 Lagrangian Relaxation
141
922 Decomposition of Assembly Scheduling and Fabrication Lotsizing
145
923 Lower Bounds for the Assembly Scheduling Problem
147
924 Lower Bounds for the Fabrication Lotsizing Problem
151
925 A LagrangianBased Construction Heuristic
156
926 Subgradient Optimization
160
93 Experimental Evaluation
162
932 Computational Results
164
Operations Scheduling Methods
171
1011 Schedule Generation
172
1012 Property of the Schedule Generation Scheme
176
1014 Priority Rules
179
102 Improvement Heuristics
180
1022 Tabu Search Based LargeStep Optimization
182
103 Experimental Evaluation
191
1032 Computational Results
193
Research Opportunities
199
Instance Generation
201
A2 Order Selection Instances
202
A3 Manufacturing Planning Instances
204
A4 Operations Scheduling Instances
205
Notation
209
B2 Notation for Manufacturing Planning
211
B3 Notation for Operations Scheduling
212
List of Abbreviations
213
List of Figures
217
List of Tables
219
Bibliography
221
Index
255
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Página 239 - Journal of Intelligent Manufacturing, vol. 16, no. 3, pp. 287-301. R. Kolisch and K Hess, 2000, "Efficient methods for scheduling makc-to-ordcr assemblies under resource, assembly area and part availability constraints," International Journal of Production Research, vol.

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