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Industrialization : from Plant to Workstation - 4GUC00C5

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  • Number of hours

    • Lectures : 11.25
    • Tutorials : 11.25
    • Laboratory works : 12.0
    • Projects : -
    • Internship : -
    • Written tests : 1.5
    ECTS : 3.0

Goals

In a product life-cycle, various constraints need to be taken into account when designing industrial processes from the design phase through to the mass production phase. These constraints can be linked to technical, economic or organisational issues. An engineer must specify and implement production technologies, human resources and adapted organisations. The industrial engineer must also manage information exchange and dialogues between the design office, production, purchasing, logistics and distribution.
This course is one of the steps to achieve these skills. It gives the basic groundwork necessary for any future industrial engineer to develop both organisational and technical skills.

The aim is to present the different methods of organising a workshop by following these approaches:

• physical implantation
• transfers between positions


This course is useful for any engineer wishing to work with production services. However, it is particularly relevant to future industrial engineers who will work closely with design offices and method & production services in order to find the best means of production for a given product.

At the end of this course, students are able to:

• Organise and optimise the implementation of the means of production
• Use robotic transfer means adapted to the situation

Content


Tools and methods for implementing workshops:

  • Workshop architecture
  • Implementation methods
  • Sizing workshop through simulation
  • Introduction to Lean Manufacturing
  • Practical work on a 'production start up'

    Lectures & Tutorials: 8 x 1.5 hours
    Practical work: 6 x 1.5 hours

Robotics :

  • Robotics and industry
  • Economics point of vue
  • Robotics tasks in industry
  • Robot models
  • How to choice a robot
  • Robots and security
  • Collaborative robotics
  • Driving and programming
  • Industrial presentation of a specific application
  • Practical work on robots programming

    Lectures & Tutorials: 7 x 1.5 hours
    Workshop: 2 x 1.5 hours

Prerequisites

It is interesting to complete this course by the course Manufacturing Techniques & Methods.

Tests

Individual report on practical work on a 'production start up'
Evaluation on practical work on robots programming
Exam : 1.5 hours (modalities : lessons documents authorized, school calculators provided)

Session 1 :
N1 : note rapport de synthèse individuel sur le TP implantation
N2 : note de TP robotique
N3 : note examen écrit
NOTE SESSION 1 = 1/3 (moyenne [N1 , N2]) + 2/3 N3

Session 2 :
L'épreuve de rattrapage sera un oral ou un écrit.
Rappel :
NOTE SESSION 2 = note de l'épreuve de rattrapage

Calendar

The course exists in the following branches:

  • Curriculum - Engineer student Master SCM - Semester 8
  • Curriculum - M1 Industrial Engineering - Semester 8
  • Curriculum - M1 Industrial Engineering - Semester 8
  • Curriculum - Engineer student Master PD - Semester 8
see the course schedule for 2019-2020

Additional Information

Course ID : 4GUC00C5
Course language(s): FR

You can find this course among all other courses.

Bibliography

J Womack, D Jones, Système Lean, Pearson (2005)
JJ Villenave, Assemblage par collage, Dunod (2005)
K Weman, Procédés de soudage, Dunod (2005)
C Marty, JM Linares, Industrialisation des produits mécaniques, tomes 1, 2 et 3, Hermès (1999)
B Chapelet, C Mangione , Le lancement d'un produit nouveau : des règles pour réussir, Ed. d'organisation (1995)
JL Giannelloni, E Vernette, Etudes de Marché, Vuibert (2001)
D Michel, R Salle, JP Valla, Marketing industriel : stratégies et mise en oeuvre, Economica (1993)

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Date of update June 5, 2015

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