Published February 6, 1996
by Springer .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||277|
About this book. A hands-on guide to implementing multi-cell manufacturing systems on a large scale. Cellular manufacturing (CM) is the grouping of similar products for manufacture in discrete multi-machine cells. It has been proven to yield faster production cycles, lower in-process inventory levels, and enhanced product quality. Search within book. Front Matter. Pages I-X. PDF. Introduction to design, planning and control of cellular manufacturing systems. Nanua Singh, Divakar Rajamani. Pages Part family formation: coding and classification systems. Nanua Singh, Divakar Rajamani. Pages Part—machine group analysis: methods for cell formation. About the author () SHAHRUKH A. IRANI, PhD, is an assistant professor in the Department of Industrial, Welding, and Systems Engineering at The Ohio State University, specializing in cellular Reviews: 1. Chapters in this book discuss the arrangement of resources used in batch production and provide perspectives on technological, organizational, and social perspectives of cellular manufacturing systems. This book will support teachers, doctoral scholars, decision makers in industry, and students educated in operations management.
The book is directed towards first and second year graduate students from the departments of Industrial, Manufacturing Engineering and Management. Students pursuing research in cellular manufacturing systems will find this book very useful in understanding various aspects of . Linked cell manufacturing system Cellular manufacturing (CM) is a hybrid system for linking the advantages of both job shops (flexibility in producing a wide variety of products) and flow lines (efficient flow and high production rate). A cellular manufacturing system (CMS) is composed of “linked cells”. cellular manufacturing systems, considering the sequence of operation. Muamar M Musbah  has prescribed in his paper about the highlights and the benefits of using a simulation model for the cells and demonstrates the effects on the system during the fluctuation of projects, cells capacity, and clients. Jelka Geršak, in Design of Clothing Manufacturing Processes, Cellular manufacturing system. The cell-system, also known under the acronym Cellular Manufacturing (CM), can be defined as an application of group technology (GT), which denotes an organisational method based on a group technology concept, where a particular organisational unit, also called a cell, constitutes an.
On the other hand, cellular manufacturing is a hybrid system that is capable the benefits of both types of flow shop and workshop systems. The main advantages of cellular manufacturing are. Batch manufactcring is a dominant manufacturing activity in the world, generating a great deal of industrial output. In the coming years, we are going to witness an era of mass customization of products. The major problems in batch manufacturing are a high level of product variety and small manufacturing lot sizes. The product variations present design engineers with the problem of designing. The chapters included in this book represent the work from the US, Canada, Japan, China, India, Iran, Netherlands, Turkey, Slovakia, and Portugal. The book attempts to cover the cellular manufacturing area from various angles. Many companies don't realize the large potential benefits of going "cellular" in the office as well as on the manufacturing floor." Ronald Leong, Manager-Global Business Planning, Delphi Automotive Systems 06/01/04 "This is a well thought-out book based on years of research on implementation of manufacturing cells.