Logistica Industriale (GEST)
Industrial Logistics Maurizio Bevilacqua
KNOWLEDGE AND UNDERSTANDING:
The course allow the students to tackle with logistics topics related to a firm operation, for both industrial and service ones. Analysis and methodological tools are provided so that to effectively and efficiently manage physical and informative goods flow across the firm and the the logistic system. CAPACITY TO APPLY KNOWLEDGE AND UNDERSTANDING:
The acquired students competencies can be summarized as in the following: 1. Analysis of packaging systems; 2. Plant layout influence on logistics policies; 3. Design and management of traditional and advances internal transportation systems; 4. Warehouse design TRANSVERSAL SKILLS:
Classroom exercise and practises, and collaboration between the students, will enhance their judgements applying, communications and learning skills.
Logistics is concerned with the flow of materials in the supply chain, from source through the total industrial process to the customer, and then on to disposal or re-use. The programme will provide a detailed understanding and knowledge of logistics and its place in all types of industrial systems. Evolution in logistics, automated control systems for the transmission of information to process. Automation in manufacturing systems (FMS, robotized cells and lines) and in assembling (FAS) together with automated guided vehicles (AGV) for transport. Design of product, its package and packing, as well as the adaptation and control of the distribution system and the administrative and information systems associated with the processes throughout the whole chain .Systems for handling, storage, control and protection from raw materials to finished products. Automated management of warehouses. Material requirements planning and management with MRP and JIT techniques
Development of the examination
LEARNING EVALUATION METHODS
The examination consists of an oral talk. Simple written calculations may be functional for the answer completeness.
LEARNING EVALUATION CRITERIA
A positive examination outcome requires the student to demonstrate a complete understanding of the course pillar concepts.
LEARNING MEASUREMENT CRITERIA
The examination final mark consists of a mark in the range 0 to 30.
FINAL MARK ALLOCATION CRITERIA
To pass the examination 18 marks are essential. An evaluation of 30 marks presupposes a deep knowledge of the topics discussed during the examination. A full marks with honours requires the student to perform the test correctly and thoroughly, highlighting as well a brilliant exposition.
A. PARESCHI E. FERRARI A. PERSONA A. REGATTIERI, LOGISTICA INTEGRATA E FLESSIBILE, ED.ESCULAPIO 2002
CARON F. MARCHET G. WEGNER R., IMPIANTI DI MOVIMENTAZIONE E STOCCAGGIO DEI MATERIALI: CRITERI DI PROGETTAZIONE, HOEPLI 1997
Tutorials providev by the teacher available un the Univeristy moodle platform
- Ingegneria Gestionale (Corso di Laurea Triennale Fuori Sede (DM 270/04))