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IEEM 101 Industrial Engineering and Modern Logistics. Instructor: Ajay Joneja, room: 5537, phone: 7119 Web-Page: www-ieem/dfaculty/ajay  IELM 101 TA’s: Mabel XU Jing, MA Hong References: Notes (on web-site) Introduction to Industrial and Systems Engg ,

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IEEM 101 Industrial Engineering and Modern Logistics

Instructor: Ajay Joneja, room: 5537, phone: 7119

Web-Page: www-ieem/dfaculty/ajay  IELM 101

TA’s: Mabel XU Jing, MA Hong

References: Notes (on web-site)

Introduction to Industrial and Systems Engg,

by Turner, Mize, Case, Nazemetz

Grading: HW (20), Exams (40 + 40)

Honesty Policy: Copy HW  shared score

Cheating in exams  ‘F’

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Definition of Industrial Engineering

… the design, improvement, and installation

of integrated systems

of people, material, information, equipment, and energy.

Uses

knowledge, skills in maths, physical, and social sciences

principles and methods of engineering analysis and design

To

specify, predict, and evaluate such integrated systems.

Definition paraphrased from www.iienet.org

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Historical Landmarks

1730-1800’s: Industrial Revolution

organized factories

James Watt

The BBC animation of Watts’ single acting engine is here.

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Historical Landmarks..

1776: Adam Smith specialization of labour

- Advocated free trade

- ‘Fair’ prices set automatically

in markets under competition,

(the ‘Invisible hand’)

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Historical Landmarks...

1832: Charles Babbage division of labour

organization of work

Reconstruction of Babbage’s Difference Machine

(precursor of the modern computer)

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Historical Landmarks….

1800s: Henry Maudslay Interchangeability

- Interchangeable components for manufacture of rigging blocks

- Also introduced standard sized screws-nuts

Main requirement: Repeatable, Precision machining

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Taylor

Historical Landmarks…..

1900s: Frederick Taylor mass production

Frank and Lillian Gilbrethtime and motion study

  • Taylor’s principles of Scientific Management:
  • Divide each task into parts, develop the best way to do each part;
  • Select the best person to do the each part;
  • Train, teach and develop the worker;
  • Provide financial incentives to follow the methods;
  • Managers plan the activities, and workers execute the tasks.
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Historical Landmarks……

1905-1920: Henry Ford mass production

Ford Model T

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Historical Landmarks…….

1900-1920: Andrei Markov Markov chains

Agner Erlang Queueing Theory

Basis for: queues, inventory control,

stock prices, forecasting,…

Markov

[source: www.darbyhudson.com]

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Historical Landmarks……..

~1950: George Dantzig Simplex Method

to solve Linear programs

Applications Production planning, Schedules, …

George Dantzig

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Historical Landmarks………

1924: Dr. Walter A. Shewhart Statistical Quality Control

1950’s: Deming Quality management

1950’s: Genichi Taguchi Design of experiments

Applications: Controlling the quality of a process/product

Taguchi

Shewhart

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Keyboard designs

  • Toys Hazards :
  • Choking (marbles etc.)
  • Injury from sharp edge
  • Poisoning

Historical Landmarks……….

1945-1950: Ergonomics

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Historical Landmarks………..

1960’s:Ford motor company Ford Mustang

(Mass customization)

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Course Plan

Next topic: facilities planning (graph techniques, minimum spanning trees)