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Intelligent Control, Flexible and Agile Assembly in Manufacturing Systems (Series on Stability, Vibration and Control of Structures)

A. Guran

Intelligent Control, Flexible and Agile Assembly in Manufacturing Systems (Series on Stability, Vibration and Control of Structures)

by A. Guran

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Published by World Scientific Pub Co Inc .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Computer aided manufacture (CAM),
  • Mechanical engineering,
  • Manufacturing,
  • Flexible Manufacturing Systems,
  • Intelligent Control Systems (Engineering),
  • Technology,
  • Science/Mathematics

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages400
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13167939M
    ISBN 109810231156
    ISBN 109789810231156

    (SME Journal of Manufacturing Systems, Volume 2, Issue 2, , Pages ) Variable Gain Adaptive Control Systems for Machine Tools (Tenth Conference on Production Research & Technology, Proceedings pp, Detroit ) 7. Computer control of manufacturing systems (Book. Intelligent decision support system for the adaptive control of a flexible manufacturing system with machine and tool flexibility 17 October | International Journal of .

    Aziz, El-Sayed, and Chassapis, C. "An Intelligent Design System for Agile Design and Manufacturing of Mechanical Transmission Systems." Proceedings of the ASME International Design Engineering Technical Conferences and Computers and Information in Engineering Conference. •Advanced Manufacturing Systems World Class Manufacturing * Next Generation Manufacturing * Innovative Processes Micro-manufacturing * Intelligent Sensors and Controls * Robotics * Intelligent Control, Flexible and Agile Assembly in Manufacturing Systems * Virtual Environment and Systems * Embedded and Ubiquitous Computing * Evolutionary.

      Get this from a library! Intelligent assembly and disassembly (IAD '03): a proceedings volume from the IFAC Workshop, Bucharest, Romania, October [Theodor Borangiu; Peter Kopacek; International Federation of Automatic Control.;]. Agile manufacturing is seen as the next step after lean manufacturing in the evolution of production methodology. [citation needed] The key difference between the two is like between a thin and an athletic person, agile being the latter. One can be neither, one or both. In manufacturing theory, being both is often referred to as leagile.


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Intelligent Control, Flexible and Agile Assembly in Manufacturing Systems (Series on Stability, Vibration and Control of Structures) by A. Guran Download PDF EPUB FB2

Robert W. Brennan, in Agile Manufacturing: The 21st Century Competitive Strategy, 6. SUMMARY. In this chapter, we have looked at recent developments in the area of manufacturing systems control that are focused on the goal of achieving rapid, adaptive response to change in the manufacturing environment.

Functional view of agile manufacturing systems (shown in Figure 2) and all the issues related to these sub-systems have been combined into three major issues: agile design, agile planning, and agile production. Agile design. In agile manufacturing systems, according to the dynamic customer requests, along with the feed-back from the system and/or surroundings, the product conceptual.

The control of an agile manufacturing system (AMS) is expected to be flexible, open, scalable and re-configurable so as to tackle the more complex and uncertain information flows.

Sanchez and Nagi () reviewed 73 papers on agile manufacturing systems. A systematic approach to the development of inclusion and exclusion criteria during the literature search was not.

This paper presents an intelligent production control decision support (PCDS) system, which is integrated with an RFID-based real-time data capture system, for assisting in the production control decisions on a flexible assembly line (FAL). Manufacturing flexibility and flexible assembly Cited by: “A Multi-Pass Expert Control System (MPECS) for Flexible Manufacturing Systems,” Bound Volume of the Symposium on Integrated and Intelligent Manufacturing (ASME), Google Scholar Wu, S.D.

and. 4. The control system The control system FACCS - Flexible Assembly Cell Control System - builds on the N10 layer. FACCS consists of communicating computing agents (see Fig. These agents collaborate to obtain the desired production output.

The control system col- laborates with two external systems, which interact through the interface agent. Keywords: Adaptive control, agile manufacturing, aquaculture technology, back-up concept, control of fermenters, field bus, intelligent agents, internet controlled manufacturing, parameter tuning, predictive control, reliability of software, robot manipulators, run-to-run control, stand-by concept, systems on a chip, teleoperable.

Agile Manufacturing and RMS Definition: An agile manufacturing system is a system that is capable of operating profitably in a competitive environment of continually and unpredictably changing customer requirements.

Definition: A reconfigurable manufacturing system is a manufacturing system that is designed for fast changes, both in hardware as.

World Class Manufacturing * Next Generation Manufacturing * Innovative Processes Micro-Manufacturing * Intelligent Sensors and Controls * Robotics * Intelligent Control, Flexible and Agile Assembly in Manufacturing Systems * Virtual Environment and Systems * Embedded and Ubiquitous Computing * Evolutionary Computing, Neural Network * Fuzzy.

Agent technology has been considered as an important approach for developing distributed intelligent manufacturing systems. A number of researchers have attempted to apply agent technology to manufacturing enterprise integration, supply chain management, manufacturing planning, scheduling and control, materials handling, and holonic manufacturing systems.

A three levels' hierarchical and intelligent control framework of Flexible Manufacturing System is discussed in this paper. The higher two levels are a hybrid (analytical/knowledge based) scheduler which is constructed by integrating an real-time expert scheduling system and Kimemia and Gershwin's short term hierarchical scheduling algorithm.

In order to meet with the requirements of equipment network integration, flexible customized assembly, lean logistics management and control of assembly process, an intelligent manufacturing model of sophisticated equipment assembly workshop is proposed in this paper.

Manufacturing Systems Control Design details a matrix-based approach to the real-time application of control in discrete-event systems and flexible manufacturing systems (FMS) in particular. The "and/or" algebra in which matrix operations are carried out enables fast and efficient calculations with a minimum of computing power.

The fractal characteristic of agile manufacturing system was analyzed. The universal fractal control unit frame of agile manufacturing system was presented based on multi-agent. And the internal structure and function of the fractal control unit was analyzed.

Path-clearing policies for flexible manufacturing systems. Starting with the specification of each resource and the whole structure of a flexible production system, in this approach a special kind of coloured Petri nets is used for performing the modelling and the validation of the coordination control structure of the systems.

In a second phase, it is proposed to modify the first models to synchronised Petri net schemas to facilitate the supervision. Flexible manufacturing systems are complex, stochastic environments requiring the development of flexible, agile and intelligent control architectures that support small batches, product diversity and high quality at low costs, as imposed by global markets.

The holonic and the agent-based manufacturing paradigms allow a new approach to. products calls for an agile innovation process and new flexible manufacturing processes, including 3D printing.

Product life cycles become ever shorter and very few products will be exactly alike. The industry needs smarter, leaner and agile factories, where faster and reliable decision making and intelligent data stream management are.

The advanced manufacturing technologies include. Flexible computer-integrated manufacturing, Intelligent processing equipment, and. Systems management technologies.

National Research Council. A Shared Vision of Manufacturing Research: Japan U.S. Manufacturing Research Exchange. National Academy Press, Washington, D.C.

more consistent, robust, agile manufacturing systems with. and spread intelligent manufacturing systems with the coor- control functionalities into the relevant systems. The impor. customer-designed products and services” [7]. Critical to the success of agile manufacturing are enabling technologies such as model-based engineering, supply chain integration, and flexible production systems with distributed intelligence.

Traditional metrics to measure agility include to Commit, Time to On Time Delivery.Flexible Manufacturing Systems provide a fast reaction possibility to the changes in production conditions. These elements consist of sensory equipment and intelligent control elements that.A modern flexible manufacturing (FMS) system typically consists of several distributed control systems, such as machining stations, assembling stations, material handling and storage systems.