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  1. ISE 789 Product and Process Engineering Richard A. Wysk Spring 2011

  2. Agenda • Policies - This is an graduate engineering course, I do expect you to act like engineering students. Independent, diligent, creative,... • Engineering ethics • ISE789 is new – the focus will be on product and process engineering of mechanical parts

  3. Overview • What we will we be doing? • ISE789 should be lots of fun (and work). It may also be the most important class that you take. It is the materials that I most frequently use in my industry consulting. • Engineering systems are a difficult topic to present and a topic that has hindered the development of CIE implementation. People do not understand how engineering systems fit together and can be controlled. This is the focus of ISE789!

  4. Introduction • What is a “Manufacturing system”? An engineering system? Interactions of many processes, products and design decisions made in the engineering of a product. • Machine requirements planning • Process planning • Production planning • Concurrent engineering

  5. Vocabulary • Glossary of terms • CIM, CAD, CAM, CAD/CAM, NC, CNC, FMS, Global manufacturing, enterprise engineering, SAP, Simultaneous engineering, Concurrent engineering, Manufacturing web services, Agile Engineering, Product Engineering, Process Engineering, Production Engineering, ...

  6. Goal and Objective • GOAL -- Today’s manufacturing engineer needs to identify and locate the most efficient method to produce a product (in-house or not; as is or as modified) • OBJECTIVE -- reduce time to market, increase quality, reduce cost, and operate in a tight capital environment

  7. Product requirements • Faster – get it to market faster than a competitor • Better – best quality • Cheaper – best price

  8. A Vision of Integrated Engineering Systems ENGINEERING -- the planning, designing, construction (manufacture), or management of machinery, roads, bridges, etc..

  9. Traditional Engineering

  10. Engineering Integration

  11. Product Engineering • We design the way that we have been taught • Dfx • We need to rethink geometries, structures and product characteristics • Dfx • We can not be constrained by methods and processes for manufacture

  12. Process Engineering • We should not be limited to a specific processes • We should choose the method of manufacture based on life cycle costs • We need to link raw materials decisions with product use decisions with product retirement decisions into an integrated model

  13. Production Engineering • We need to look at waste as a total product life quality • We need to minimize energy associated with product manufacture • We need to consider raw material to end use ratio

  14. A Vision of Integrated Green Engineering Systems • INTEGRATED ENGINEERING

  15. A Vision of Integrated Engineering Systems (cont.) INTEGRATED ENGINEERING • planning, designing, construction and management of a product.

  16. Engineering Integration • Performing all business activities in unison • Analyzing all engineering functions concurrently • Making wise real-time economic decisions

  17. ISE789 Focus • ISE789 is intended to cover all of the engineering and business activities. • All will be discussed. • Process Engineering will be the concentration.

  18. Questions!?! • You should have: • Read Chapter 1 in the book. • Learned where the CAD and computer labs are • Developed a basic understanding of how product, process and production engineering fit together • Read assignment #1 and have an idea of what you are going to do