Objective of the course – aims of the course unit:|
The main objective of the course is to provide students with basic knowledge and skills necessary for production process management in relation to the development trends in the field of production management in the world and global manufacturing. Students will master the latest techniques and methodology of projecting, planning and controlling of production systems under control. They will learn how to make decisions about the manufacturing programme and securing of resources, how to the realize production process with respect to material and capability resources, time smoothness and economic efficiency, as well as performances of production processes, production systems and production results
Objective of the course – learning outcomes and competences:|
Student will acquire knowledge of and skills with the data bases for production planning.Measuring the productivity and production costs. Productivity of production.Operating control of production. Production capacity balance.Calculations of projecting a production system.Technical–economic standards of consumption. Order progression.Components production working time. Working time of a complicated product.Technical servicing of production. Tools management. Care for production base. Totally productive maintenance. Energy management, production logistics.IT/ICT scheduling supported production process.
Student is expected to have the following knowledge and skills when he/she begins in course of Production Management: basic economic approaches (macroeconomics indicators, market characteristics – demand, supply, costs curves etc.). Students have to be familiar with the economy of company and specific mathematic discipline, i.e. Decision-making.Students are expected to have the knowledge acquired within the bachelors study programme in the area of production planning in specific manufacture sector (working out technical documentation - project, construction and, technology of a new or innovated product).
Course contents (annotation):|
The aim of the course is to provide theoretic, operational and organizational and management categories, concepts, models and management techniques, terminology and methodology of incomes, transformation and output items of product process.
Production philosophy and the decision making process of production management. Strategic, tactical and supervisory production management. Process planning activities and their efficiency in relation to the quantity of manufactured products. A project of manufacturing system. Material inputs management system. Production capacity balance. Products (orders) lead time calculations. Smoothness of production process. Technical servicing of production. Tools management. Care for production base. Totally productive maintenance. Energy management. Materials handling. Supervisory production management. Elements and techniques that can be used during the implementation of an IS/IT supported production scheduling system. Implementation of a production management system - its economic implications.
The subject provides knowledge How to use linkages of engineering and production process for realization changes by acquiring of required outputs and efficiency in terms of strategy, tactics and surgery.
Teaching methods and criteria:|
Teaching methods depend on the type of course unit as specified in the article 7 of BUT Rules for Studies and Examinations.
Assesment methods and criteria linked to learning outcomes:|
Course-unit credit is awarded on condition of having attended all required seminars, seminars in a computer lab and excursion in an industrial enterprise. The exam has a written and an oral part. Written exam consists of solutions of exercises and the theory. The exam is 50 minutes long.Oral exam verifies the mark given for the written part and makes the final grade more accurate.For awarding grade E it is necessary to process examples up to the numerical formulation and prove minimum knowledge of theory - e.g. additional tasks related to the theoretical approaches answered orally.
Fundamentals and goals of production process. Production status in the company management.
Case study setting. Data base of manufacturing preparation.
Strategic, tactical and supervisory production processes
Measuring of manufacturing and production costs. Productivity of manufacturing process.
Tactical and Operative production management. Material inputs management system -
Preparation of production process - production batch. Order progression - order acceptance.
Planning of production capacity.
Operative management - excursion in production firm.
Project manufacturing system (production base, staff, material flows).
Production batch calculation.
Production capacity. Planning calculation of manufacturing system.
Material inputs management system.
Technological preparation of manufacturing data files.
Products (orders) and complicated products lead time.
Material technological and consumption rates.
First part case study consultation.
Components production lead time.
Stock control and MRP calculation.
Smoothness of production process.
Technical servicing of manufacturing.
System of care for production base. Totally productive maintenance.
Planning of production capacity. Production scheduling.
Energy management. Manipulating with material.
Operative planning, operative evidence of manufacturing.
Case study -Production planning maintenance.
PPS and APS systems
Case study - Presentation.Course - unit credit.
Specification of controlled education, way of implementation and compensation for absences:|
Attendance is required and checked by the tutor especially at seminars in a computer lab and at excursion. Absence from seminars in a computer lab has to be compensated for by attending a special term of seminar in a computer lab. Absence from excursion may be compensated for via working out a written report of the excursion in another manufacturing company in size of 6 pages.
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