Operations Engineering (300IGI00)

Basic Information

  • Course code number and name: 300IGI003, Operations Engineering.
  • Credits and contact hours: 3 credit hours, 4 hours per week.
  • Course coordinator: Germán Córdoba
  • Type of course: Required.

Text book

  • Operations Management; L. Krajewsky, L. Ritzman, M. Malhotra, 2008

Supplemental materials

  • Laboratory Guide for Operations Engineering, G. Córdoba, 2011.

Specific course information

The fundamentals of classical thermodynamics and its application in a context of engineering are presented. From the fundamental thermodynamic concepts and the application of the first and second laws of thermodynamics to closed and control volume systems, students will be able to calculate energy requirements, availability and degradation on a wide variety of applications of interest for process engineering (fluid flow, heat transfer, power generation, heating and air conditioning, internal combustion engines and gas turbines). Another objective of the course is to present the structure of the world energy system and its intimate relationship with climate change.

Specific goals of the course

Learning objectives:
  • To identify and develop a master production plan, MPS.
  • To identify and develop a master plan of materials requirements, MRP.
  • To identify and develop a master plan of capacity requirements, CRP.
  • To identify and apply the basic concepts of the purchase of inputs to implement the MPS and MRP.
  • To identify and develop a detailed scheduling of production and operations.
  • To use the tools related with lean manufacturing.
  • To identify and apply the constraints theory to the management of operations.
Relationship with student outcomes
Student Outcomes
Relevance 3 2 3 3 1 3 2

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

Topics of the course

  • The MPS process.
  • Concepts and approximate calculation of resources, RCCP.
  • Dependent demand. The process and inputs of the MRP.
  • MRP charts: batch by batch, EOQ, FOQ; lowest unitary cost LUC) and balance.
  • Relationship between the supplying strategy with the MPS and MRP.
  • The standard list of resources consumption, planning of capacity requirements.
  • Programming tools: sequencing, allocation and control. Gantt charts.
  • Use of the WINQSB for the problem of n operations on m machines.
  • Principles and evolution of the JIT and lean manufacturing. Flow control with the Kanban systems.
  • CONWIP systems.
  • Principles and fundamentals of the constraints theory.
  • Decisions on product mixing using bottlenecks.
undergraduate/dptocivileindustrial/operationsengineering.txt · Última modificación: 2014/10/12 03:20 por lsosorio
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