Advanced Manufacturing Systems (300IGI009)

Basic Information

  • Course code number and name: 300IGI009, Advanced Manufacturing Systems.
  • Credits and contact hours: 3 credit hours, 3 hours per week.
  • Course coordinator: Jorge Edilberto Niño.
  • Type of course: Selected Elective.

Text book

  • Modeling and Analysis of Manufacturing Systems, R. Askin, C. Stanbridge, 1993.

Supplemental materials

  • Production: Planning, Control and Integration, D. Sipper, R. Bulfin, 1997.
  • Intelligent Manufacturing Systems, A. Kusiak, 1990.
  • Manufacturing Systems: Modeling and Management, W. Sarache, O. Castrillón, J.A. Giraldo, 2011.
  • One-Piece Flow: Cell Design for Transforming the Production Process, K. Sekine, 2005.
  • Computational Intelligence in Design and Manufacturing, A. Kuziak, 2000.

Specific course information

The objective of this course is to present the fundamentals of the analysis, calculation of effectiveness and availability, modeling and (re)design of manufacturing systems, with special attention to the flow of materials and products an to the analysis of the production rate.

Specific goals of the course

Learning objectives:
  • To identify the effect the complexity of manufacturing systems on their throughput.
  • To identify the effect of the variability of operations on the production rate and cycle time.
  • To identify the effects of the interactions between the components of a manufacturing system.
  • To evaluate and take advantage of the flexibility of a manufacturing system.
  • To evaluate the throughput of a manufacturing system.
  • To analyze, model and design manufacturing systems.
Relationship with student outcomes
Student Outcomes
Relevance 2 2 3 2 3 2

1: low relevance; 2: medium relevance; 3: high relevance.

Topics of the course

  • Basic laws of manufacturing systems: flexibility, complexity and function coordination
  • World-class manufacturing.
  • Industrial strategies to increase productivity: SMED, transformation of factories for flow production, autonomatization, automation.
  • Design and management of the manufacturing system.
  • General strategy for flexibility.
  • Development of a good manufacturing strategy.
  • Sequencing (simple, Johnson-Jackson algorithms), machine loading.
  • Effectiveness in transfer lines.
  • Location of buffers in manufacturing lines.
  • Flexible manufacturing systems.
  • Programming of operations on a single machine.
  • Parallel machines.
  • Bottle-neck systems.
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