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.
|Publisher:||Springer Berlin Heidelberg|
|Edition description:||Softcover reprint of hardcover 1st ed. 2001|
|Product dimensions:||6.10(w) x 9.25(h) x 0.24(d)|
Table of ContentsIntroduction.- Basic Problems and Decision Levels.- Outline of the Book.- Preliminaries: General Issues.- Make-to-Order Manufacturing.- Assembly Management.- Coordination and Integration.- Hierarchical Production Planning.- Case Descriptions.- Literature Survey and Classification.- Assembly Management.- Make-to-Order Manufacturing.- Multi-Project Scheduling.- Decision Modesl: Hierarchical Framework.- Order Selection Level.- Manufacturing Planning Level.- Operations Scheduling Level.- Order Selection.- Outline of the Problem.- Literature Review.- Model.- Discussion of the Model.- Manufacturing Planning.- Outline of the Problem.- Literature Review.- Model.- Discussion of the Model.- Operations Scheduling.- Outline of the Problem.- Literature Review.- Model.- Discussion of the Model.- Solution Methods: Order Selection Methods.- Column-Generation Approach.- Experimental Evaluation.- Manufacturing Planning Methods.- Construction Heuristics.- Lagrangian Relaxation.- Experimental Evaluation.- Operations Scheduling Methods.- Construction Heuristics.- Improvement Heuristics.- Experimental Evaluation.- Research Opportunities.- Instance Generation.- Notation.