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By George Chryssolouris

Overviews production structures from the floor up, following an analogous inspiration as within the first version.

Delves into the elemental development blocks of producing platforms: production strategies and kit.

Discusses all issues from the point of view of 4 basic production attributes: fee, expense, flexibility and caliber.

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Provide a rough estimate of each specific cost. g. ). 7. Why do machining operations have an optimum (non-zero, non-infinite) cutting speed? 8. Provide 10 specific reasons why system yield is lower than machine cycle in a manufacturing system. 9. What is the reliability over a one year period of a machine which fails on average once every two months? Over what period will the reliability of this machine be 50%? 10. If the reliability of each transfer line machine for a specified period is 90%, what is the longest transfer line for which the overall transfer line reliability over the specified period will be at least 80% (assuming no buffers)?

Stecke and R. Suri, Editors. pp. 95-106. 6. Barad, M. and D. Sipper, "Flexibility in Manufacturing Systems: Definitions and Petri Net Modelling," International Journal of Production Research (Vol. 26, No. 2, 1988), pp. 237-248. 7. , "Entropic Measures of Manufacturing Flexibility," International Journal of Production Research (Vol. 7, 1987), pp. 957-966. 8. TIMS Conference of Flexible Manufacturing Systems: Operations Research Models and Applications (1986). E. Stecke and R. Suri, Editors. pp. 131-143.

5. Forming by shearing -plastic deformation of the solid body is achieved through a shearing load. Within this group of processes, further subdivisions can be made based on the kinematic considerations of the tool and the workpiece. The constraints of energy, force and travel on forming machines is discussed in detail in Chapter 3. 1 Characteristics of Deforming Processes Cost Deforming processes generally have relatively high tooling costs, similar to forming processes, due to the complicated die geometries required.

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