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Industrial Engineering and Production Management

Martand Telsang

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ISBN 10: 8121917735 / ISBN 13: 9788121917735
Published by S. Chand & Company Ltd, 2014
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CONTENTS: Part A : INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING : I. Introduction to Industrial Engineering : 1. Definition 2. History and Development of Industrial Engineering 3. Contributions of Industrial Engineering 4. Activities of Industrial Engineering 5. Industrial Engineering Approach 6. Objectives of Industrial Engineering 7. Function of an Industrial Engineer 8. Techniques of Industrial Engineering 9. Place of Industrial Engineering in an Organisation 10. Industrial Engineering in Service Sector 11. Systems Approach II. Productivity : 1. Introduction 2. Concept 3. Definitions of Productivity 4. Production and Productivity 5. Expectations from Productivity 6. Benefits from Productivity 7. Dynamics of Productivity Change 8. Productivity Measures 9. Advantages and Limitations of Productivity Measures 10. Productivity Measurement Models 11. Factors Influencing Productivity 12. Productivity Improvement Techniques 13. Levels of Productivity Measurements III. Work-Study : 1. Introduction 2. Importance of Work-Study 3. Advantages of Work-Study 4. Work-Study Procedure 5. Work-Simplification and Work-Study 6. Human Considerations in Work-Study 7. Work-Study and the Management 8. Work-Study and Supervisor 9. Work-Study and the Workers 10. Work-Study Man 11. Influence of Methods and Time Study on Production Activities 12. Concept of Work Content 13. Reasons for Excess Work Content 14. Techniques to Reduce Work Content 15. Work-Study as a Tool to Improve Productivity IV. Method Study : 1. Introduction 2. Objectives of Method Study 3. Scope of Method Study 4. Steps Involved in Method Study 5. Selection of the Job for Method Study 6. Recording Techniques 7. Recording Techniques 8. Micro-Motion Study 9. Memo Motion Study 10. Cycle Graph and Chronocycle Graph 11. Critical Examination 12. Development and Selection of New Method 13. Principles of Motion Economy 14. Installation of the Proposed Method 15. Maintain the Proposed Method V. Work Measurement : 1. Definition 2. Objectives of Work Measurement 3. Techniques of Work Measurement 4. Types of Elements 5. Time Study Equipments 6. Performance Rating 7. Allowances 8. Computation of Standard Time 9. Comparison of Various Techniques 10. Work Sampling 11. Synthetic Data 12. Predetermined Motion Time Analysis VI. Value Engineering : 1. Origin of Value Engineering 2. Meaning of Value 3. Definition of V.E. 4. Value Analysis and Value Engineering 5. Uses of Value Engineering 6. When to Apply Value Analysis 7. Reasons for Unnecessary Costs 8. Difference between V.E. and Cost Reduction Techniques 9. Steps in Value Analysis 10. Function Analysis Systems Technique 11. Ten Commandments (Principles) of Value Analysis VII. Plant Location : 1. Introduction 2. Need for Selecting a Suitable Location 3. Plant Location Problem 4. Advantages of Urban, Suburban, Rural Locations 5. Importance of Location 6. Systems View of Location 7. Location Factors 8. Comparison between Urban and Rural Locations 9. Factors Influencing Plant Location 10. Quantitative Method for Evaluation of Plant Location VIII. Plant Layout : 1. Definition 2. Plant Layout Problem 3. Objectives of Plant Layout 4. Principles of Plant Layout 5. Advantages of Plant Layout 6. Factors Influencing Plant Layout 7. Types of Manufacturing System 8. Types of Layout 9. Material Flow Patterns 10. Symptoms of Bad Layout 11. Plant Layout Procedure 12. When to Use Process, Product and Fixed Position Layout 13. Tools and Techniques of Plant Layout 14. Computer Packages for Layout Analysis 15. Factory Building IX. Material Handling : 1. Introduction 2. Objectives of Material Handling 3. Elements of Material Handling 4. Material Handling Activities and Functions 5. Principles of Material Handling 6. Systems of Bad Material Handling 7. Selection of Material Handling Equipments0 8. Types of Material Handling Equipments 9. Unit Load Concept in MH 1 Printed Pages: 704. Bookseller Inventory # 9073

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