Industrial Engineering and Management

ME652

Lecture

:

3

Year

: III

Tutorial

:

1

Part

: II

Practical

:

0

Course Objective:

To provide fundamental knowledge of industrial engineering. To describe production systems; loading and scheduling techniques; forecasting techniques, inventory control and material requirement planning. To apply knowledge and skills for plant maintenance, quality control and management.

1. Introduction to Industrial Engineering and Management

(1hour)

1.1.Historical Development

1.2.System Concept

2. Design of Production Systems

(18 hours)

2.1Plant Location

2.1.1Importance of Plant Location

2.1.2Factors Affecting Plant Location

2.2Factory Building and Plant Layout

2.2.1Types of Factory Building

2.2.2Types of Plant Layout

2.2.3Flow Patterns

2.3Material Handling

2.3.1Engineering factors and Economic factors

2.3.2Classification of Material Handling Equipments

2.4Production, Planning and Control

2.4.1Types of Production System

2.4.2Routing, Scheduling and Loading

2.5Product Research, Development and Design

2.5.1Tools for Product Development

2.5.2Standardization

2.5.3Simplification and Specialization

2.6Process Planning

3. Loading and Scheduling Techniques

(4 hours)

3.1.Gantt Chart

3.2.Critical Path Method (CPM)

3.3.Program Evaluation and Review Technique (PERT)

4.Inventory Control hours)

4.1.Economic Order Quantity

4.2.Safety Stock; Reorder Quantity; Lead Time

4.3.ABC Analysis

5. Material Requirement Planning (MRP I and MRP II)

(6 hours)

5.1.Introduction

5.2.MRP Concept

5.3.Benefits and Application

5.4.MRP II (Manufacturing Resource Planning)

5.5.The Japanese approach to MRP

5.6.Comparing MRP and Just in time (JIT) Concept

6. Forecasting

(4 hours)

6.1.Forecasting Techniques

6.1.1.Qualitative Techniques

6.1.2.Quantitative Techniques

6.1.3.Causal Quantitative Techniques

6.2.Forecast Errors

7. Plant Maintenance

(4 hours)

7.1.Introduction

7.2.Preventive Maintenance

7.3.Scheduled Maintenance

7.4.Break – down Maintenance

7.5.Total Productive Maintenance (TPM)

7.6.Total Planned Quality Maintenance (TPQM)

8. Quality Management

(4 hours)

8.1.Evolution of Quality Management

8.2.Quality – Definitions

8.3.Total Quality Management

References:

1.H. B. Maynard, “Industrial Engineering Handbook” , Editor – in – Chief, McGraw Hill.

2.E. S. Buffa and R. K. Sarin “Modern Production / Operations Management”,8th Edition, Wiley.

3.E. L. Grant and R. S. Leavenworth, “Statistical Quality Control, Mc Graw Hill.

4.M. Mahajan, “Industrial Engineering and Production Management”, Dhanpat Rai and Co. Delhi, India.

5.O. P. Khanna, “Industrial Engineering and Management”, Dhanpat Rai and Sons, Delhi.

6.S. Dalela and Mansoor Ali, “Industrial Engineering and Management Systems”, Standard Publishers Distributors, Delhi.

7.S. N. Chary “Production and Operations Management”, Tata McGraw- Hill Publishing Company Limited, New Delhi.

8.Azaya Bikram Sthapit, Rashindra Prasad Yadav, Govind Tamang, Sushil Dhital and Prakash Ahdhikari, “Production and Operations Management”, Asmita Books Publishers and Distributors, Putalisadak, Kathmandu, Nepal.

9.Prof. Dr. Pushkar Bajracharya, Dr. Subarna Lal Bajracharya, Budha Ratna Maharjan – “ Production and Operations Management” , Quest Publicatopn, Kirtipur, Kathmandu, Nepal.

10.Amitava Mitra, “ Fundamentals of Quality Control and Improvement” Second Edition, Pearson Education Asia.

Evaluation Scheme:

There will be questions covering all the chapters of the syllabus. The evaluation scheme for the questions will be as indicated in the table below:

Unit

Chapter

Topics

Marks

1

1

all

16

2

2.1 & 2.2

2

2

2.3 to 2.6

16

3

3 & 4

all

16

4

5 & 6

all

16

5

7 & 8

all

16

Total

80

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