Progettazione di Impianti Industriali
Industrial Facilities Design Maurizio Bevilacqua
KNOWLEDGE AND UNDERSTANDING:
The course allows the students to learn and understand relevant concepts in Production and Operation Management as well as in Project Management. Tackled topics complete students know-how in the field of industrial engineering so that to better face industrial engineering multidisciplinary conceptsCAPACITY TO APPLY KNOWLEDGE AND UNDERSTANDING:
A correct production systems management requires to deeply analyse the introduction of new management processes ant tools. The students will thus be able to: 1. Define and formulate Master Production Schedules; 2. Select appropriate inventory management policies (MRP, reorder point, reorder interval)l; 3. Application of lean management tools to production systems; 4. Schedule and control complex projects TRANSVERSAL SKILLS:
Classroom exercises to be developed under the teacher supervision will enhance their judgements applying, communications and learning skills
The course helps the student to familiarize with modern production and operation management techniques and methods as well as with Project Management tools and techniques. Aggregate and master production scheduling. Inventory management methods, Material Requirement Planning. Just in Time production systems. Job Shop Scheduling. Project Scheduling and control tools. Resource planning and estimating. Time estimating techniques. Cost estimating 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.
T. E. Vollmann, W. L. Berry, D. C. Whybark, Manufacturing planning and control systems, Irwin Mc Graw Hill, New York, 1997. J. S. Martinich, Production and operations management, John Wiley, New York, 1997. R. J. Tersine, Principles of inventory and materials management, North Holland, New York, 1988Archibald R. D. (1996) Project Management. La gestione di progetti e programmi complessi, Franco Angeli. Caron F., Corso A. Guarrella F. (1997) Project Management in Progress, Franco Angeli. Harold Kerzner (2000) Project Management: a systems approach to planning, Scheduling and control, John Wiley & Sons. Tutorials provided by the professor available on the University moodle platform
- Ingegneria Meccanica (Corso di Laurea Magistrale (DM 270/04))