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

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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

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