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Auteur: M. Reza Abdi Ashraf W. Samenvatting The book develops manufacturing concepts and applications beyond physical production and towards a wider manufacturing value chain incorporating external stakeholders that include suppliers of raw materials and parts, customers, collaborating manufacturing companies, manufacturing service providers, and environmental organisations. The book emphasises on the two innovative paradigms of Reconfigurable Manufacturing Systems RMS and the 4th industrial revolution Industry 4. RMS, as a relatively new paradigm, has been introduced to meet the requirements of the factories of the future', which is aimed by Industry 4.

Manufacturing responsiveness can be achieved by RMS through reconfiguring the production facilities according to changing demands of products and new market conditions. The book addresses challenges of mass-customisation and dynamic changes in the supply-chain environment by focusing on developing new techniques related to integrability, scalability and re-configurability at a system level and manufacturing readiness in terms of financial and technical feasibility of RMS.

In order to establish a circular economy through the RMS value chain, an integrated data-based reconfiguration link is introduced to incorporate information sharing amongst the value chain stakeholders and facilitate grouping products into families with allocation of the product families to the corresponding system configurations with optimal product-process allocation.

Decision support systems such as multi criteria decision making tools are developed and applied for the selection of product families and optimising product-process configuration. The proposed models are illustrated through real case studies in applicable manufacturing firms. Toon meer Toon minder. Betrokkenen Auteur M. Labib Co-auteur Ashraf W. Labib Redacteur M. Reviews Schrijf een review. Designing productive manufacturing systems without buffers.

The impact of maintainability on the manufacturing system architecture. Choosing the system configuration for high-volume manufacturing. Availability consideration in the optimal selection of multiple-aspect RMS configurations. Optimization for multipart flow-line configuration of reconfigurable manufacturing system using GA. Automated generation of assembly system-design solutions. Reconfigurable assembly system configuration design approaches for product change.

Effect of reconfiguration costs on planning for capacity scalability in reconfigurable manufacturing systems. Capacity management for assembly systems with dedicated and reconfigurable resources. A decision investment model to design manufacturing systems based on a genetic algorithm and Monte-Carlo simulation. Stochastic optimal capacity management in reconfigurable manufacturing systems. Integrating reconfiguration cost into the design of multi-period scalable reconfigurable manufacturing systems.

Simultaneous consideration of scalable-reconfigurable manufacturing system investment and operating costs.

Development of Changeable and Reconfigurable Manufacturing Systems

Investment strategies for flexible resources. Manufacturing capacity planning strategies. Optimal reconfiguration policy to react to product changes. Co-evolution of product families and assembly systems.


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Impact of ramp-up on the optimal capacity-related reconfiguration policy. Impact of reconfiguration characteristics for capacity investment strategies in manufacturing systems. Stream-of-variation theory for automotive body assembly. Analysis of automotive body assembly system configurations for quality and productivity. Logical reconfiguration of reconfigurable manufacturing systems with stream of variations modelling: A stochastic two-stage programming and shortest path model.

Algebraic expression of system configurations and performance metrics for mixed model assembly systems. A novel approach for part family formation using K-means algorithm. A design for product family under manufacturing resource constraints. Grouping and selecting products: The design key of reconfigurable manufacturing systems RMSs. A systematic approach for product families formation in reconfigurable manufacturing systems. Product family formation and selection for reconfigurability using analytical network process. Decision support for design of reconfigurable rotary machining systems for family part production.

A comprehensive approach to operation sequence similarity based part family formation in the reconfigurable manufacturing system. Formation of part family for reconfigurable manufacturing systems considering bypassing moves and idle machines. Product family formation for reconfigurable assembly systems. A methodological approach for designing and sequencing product families in reconfigurable disassembly systems. Mathematical modeling for reconfigurable process planning.

Semi-generative macro-process planning for reconfigurable manufacturing. A simulation-based genetic algorithm approach for process plans selection in uncertain reconfigurable environment.

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A new heuristic for integrated process planning and scheduling in reconfigurable manufacturing systems. Genetic algorithm for balancing reconfigurable machining lines. Balancing reconfigurable machining lines via a set partitioning model. Reconfiguration of machining transfer lines. A multi-objective approach for design of reconfigurable transfer lines.

Control architecture and design method of reconfigurable manufacturing systems.

Reconfigurable Manufacturing Systems and Transformable Factories

Reconfigurable manufacturing systems: Key to future manufacturing. Decision support systems for effective maintenance operations. Allocation of maintenance resources in mixed model assembly systems. Prediction of passive maintenance opportunity windows on bottleneck machines in complex manufacturing systems. Preventive maintenance opportunities for large production systems. Estimation of active maintenance opportunity windows in Bernoulli production lines. Integrated reconfiguration and age-based preventive maintenance decision making. Reconfiguration-oriented opportunistic maintenance policy for reconfigurable manufacturing systems.

Operation process rebuilding OPR -oriented maintenance policy for changeable system structures. The relevance of manufacturing flexibility in the context of Industrie 4. Explaining the impact of reconfigurable manufacturing systems on environmental performance: The role of top management and organizational culture. Balancing marketing and manufacturing objectives in product line design. Concurrent line-balancing, equipment selection and throughput analysis for multi-part optimal line design.

Optimization of multi-objective integrated process planning and scheduling problem using a priority based optimization algorithm. An assemble-to-order production planning with the integration of order scheduling and mixed-model sequencing.

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A review on artificial intelligence applications to the optimal design of dedicated and reconfigurable manufacturing systems. The impact of corporate culture on manufacturing system design. Agent-based hierarchical production planning and scheduling in make-to-order manufacturing system. Cloud-enabled prognosis for manufacturing.

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Distributed flexible reconfigurable condition monitoring and diagnosis technology. Recent advances and trends in predictive manufacturing systems in big data environment. A data-driven diagnostic system utilizing manufacturing data mining and analytics. Additive manufacturing: Technology, applications and research needs. Open architecture products.

Measures of reconfigurability and its key characteristics in intelligent manufacturing systems

Assembly system design and operations for product variety. Collaborative manufacturing with physical human-robot interaction. A probabilistic approach to workspace sharing for human-robot cooperation in assembly tasks. Human-robot collaborative assembly in cyber-physical production: Classification framework and implementation.

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Abstract Reconfigurable manufacturing systems RMSs , which possess the advantages of both dedicated serial lines and flexible manufacturing systems, were introduced in the mids to address the challenges initiated by globalization. Cite this article:.