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Volume 224, 2018International Conference on Modern Trends in Manufacturing Technologies and Equipment (ICMTMTE 2018)
|Number of page(s)
|Manufacturing Technologies, Tools and Equipment
|30 October 2018
Evaluation of the types of multiproduct manufacturing of machine components and some aspects of their design
The Bauman Moscow State Technical University, 105005 Moscow, Russian Federation
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Type of production, evaluated at the initial stage of production design, determines the basic principles of its organization, mode of operation and specialization. It is particularly relevant to determine the type of production adequate to the given production procedure. Modern technical approaches used to determine it poorly reflect multiproduct nature of such production. The suggested method of determining the coefficient of seriation in multiproduct manufacturing allows evaluating its type, but requires information not always available at the initial stage of the project development. Applying the method of the design based on the reduced program facilitates decreasing its tasks dimensions. Choosing a base component on the basis of quantitative evaluations of the resemblance between components allows reasonably decreasing dimensions of task for designing production sites of multiproduct manufacturing. For this purpose formalized device was developed. On the basis of quantitative evaluation of the resemblance, characteristics of the reduced production program, and labour intensity hours in particular, can be determined. Automation is facilitated due to the formalized objective transformation of multiproduct programs of manufacturing for the sites being designed in the program of base components manufacturing, equal to the set programs on labour intensity hours. Thus, the quality of the design increases and the schedule of the project reduces.
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