ISE 313 Computer Integrated Manufacturing and Automation

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ISE 324
Fundamentals of
Modern Manufacturing
Systems


Dr. Arslan M. ÖRNEK

Industrial Systems Engineering

Izmir University of Economics


http://homes.ieu.edu.tr/~aornek/ISE324


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Course Syllabus



Catalog Description


The objective of this course is to improve the efficiency of
manufacturing enterprise using computer
-
integrated
manufacturing (CIM) technologies in the production systems
that are used to manufacture products and the parts
assembled into those products.



Course Overview


This course emphasizes the integration of manufacturing
enterprise using computer
-
integrated manufacturing (CIM)
technologies. It employs CAD/CAM interface and other CIM
sub
-
systems, database management, facility layout, product
documentation, process planning, production planning and
control, Group technology, teamwork, and manufacturing
operations and management to bring about a students
-
designed CIM
-
oriented enterprise.

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Course Objectives


In this course, the student will:


Develop an understanding of classical and state
-
of
-
the
-
art
production systems, control systems, management
technology, cost systems, and evaluation techniques.


Develop an understanding of computer
-
integrated
manufacturing (CIM) and its impact on productivity, product
cost, and quality.


Obtain an overview of computer technologies including
computers, database and data collection, networks,
machine control, etc, as they apply to factory management
and factory floor operations.


Describe the integration of manufacturing activities into a
complete system


Acquire sensitivity to human
-
factors related issues as they
affect decision making in the factory environment.


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Required Texts:




Goldratt, Eliyahu M. (1992)
The Goal
.
North River Press.



Groover, Mikell P. (2007).

Automation, Production Systems,
and C.I.M
. Prentice
-
Hall: Englewood
Cliffs, N.J., 3/e, 2007

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Reading Assignments



All reading assignments must be completed
according to the course schedule, and you
must be prepared for discussion of weekly
reading topics in class. In addition, you will
undertake outside readings of articles and
texts relevant to topics being discussed and
studied in class (see Reading Critiques,
below). Participation in class and team
discussions is part of your grade and this
will not work well if you have not kept up
with the readings.

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Examinations



There will be one midterm and one
final examination, which will cover
reading assignments, lectures,
classroom discussions. The midterm
examination will be announced at
least one week in advance, and will
occur as close as possible to the date
scheduled in the course outline.

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Research Paper



A Research Paper is required with students
working individually or in groups of 3
-
5.
Students may propose any manufacturing
-
related topic related to this class, but the
topic must receive approval.


Each Project Group is required to give a 20
-
min. presentation at the end of semester
covering all aspects of their project. The
date and format will be discussed in the
class.

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ISE314 TERM PROJECT PRESENTATION RULES



All students must be present at the beginning of the class presentation


Late comers will not be allowed to enter until the first break


Late comers or early quits will be regarded as non
-
attendance.


Each group will be given only 15 min for presentation and 5 min for
questions and answers


Presentation will cover topics studied in class, namely:


Brief introduction to the factory,


Production processes used,


Products,


Layout of the factory,


Pictures, videos should be included, wherever possible


Term project must be submitted on CD


There will be one Term Project proposal, one Progress Report and one
Final Report and presentation


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Topic Outline

Week

Chapter


Subject



1


1


Introduction to CIM Technology



2


Manufacturing Operations






Project brainstorming and group formation

2


3


Manufacturing Models and Metrics



4


Introduction to Automation




3





Proposal due




13


Introduction to Manufacturing Systems



4


14


Single
-
Station Manufacturing Cells

5


15


Manual Assembly Lines

6


15


Manual Assembly Lines

7




Book report on Goldratt,
The Goal

due






Midterm exam






Research Paper Progress Report

8


16


Automated Production Lines




9


17


Automated Assembly Lines

10


18


Cellular Manufacturing



11


19


Flexible Manufacturing Systems




12


23


Product Design, CAD/CAM






24


Process Planning


13


25


Production Planning

14




Research Paper due and Project Presentations

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Grading


Midterm


25%


Quizes



15%


Attendance


10%



Project



15%


Final



35%

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